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Lane Design + Build
11 Reviews
GARY M. LANE
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Here the accent is used at the top of the stall. It gives the illusion of looking beyond the white tile to the sky.
Tile at top like looking to the sky
Here the accent is used at the top of the stall. It gives the illusion of looking beyond the white tile to the sky.
“Border in shower” — olonstein
Jason Ball Interiors, LLC
16 Reviews
Jason Ball Interiors Bathroom Designs
Ideabooks4,061
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Add a vaulted ceiling and skylight. In this steam shower/tub, the homeowner really wanted full access to the sky. Sunlight pours in during the day and at night, she can look up at the stars while enjoying a good steam. Doesn't get much better than that.More:Sliding
tub and vaulted sky light
STEAM TUB WITH SKY LIGHTS
“vertical accent tile - different and makes it look taller” — billioso
Amy Krane Color
6 Reviews
City Apartment
Ideabooks319
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colors that elicit sensations of the elements outdoors: muted gray-greens, like fog; soothing blue-greens, like water; pale Gustavian blues, like the sky on a winter’s day, all appeal to me. I love white walls for many different home applications. I’m always perplexed when people say it’s “just white.”
colors that elicit sensations of the elements outdoors: muted gray-greens, like fog; soothing blue-greens, like water; pale Gustavian blues, like the sky on a winter’s day, all appeal to me. I love white walls for many different home applications. I’m always perplexed when people say it’s “just white.”
“Paint. Green w/ grey undertone” — good8anie
Domiteaux + Baggett Architects, PLLC
4 Reviews
Lavendale Residence
Ideabooks627
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may not be needed (the window wall overlooking the yard is quite large), there is something to be said for sitting under a soft glow and a slice of sky.
dormers give slice of sky and soft light
may not be needed (the window wall overlooking the yard is quite large), there is something to be said for sitting under a soft glow and a slice of sky.
“TV and fireplace set up” — ih8cal
SuzAnn Kletzien Design
9 Reviews
Galaxy Gazer Nursery
Ideabooks458
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Framed vintage prints depicting starry skies hang above the dresser. “I found the prints online and in local antique shops,” says Kletzien. “I used frames from West Elm and Cost Plus World Market
Framed vintage prints depicting starry skies hang above the dresser. “I found the prints online and in local antique shops,” says Kletzien. “I used frames from West Elm and Cost Plus World Market, selecting ones that matched the wood in the dresser drawers.”
“bedroom - nursery” — blushbrush
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Wicker Park Residence
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connects all four levels of the building, while a new flight of stainless steel extends the historic front stair up to attic level, which now includes sky lit bedrooms and play spaces. The Coach House features parking for three cars on the ground level and a live-work space above, connected by a new spiral
can be clearly seen here. A decorative wood stair handrail quickly converts into a more modern stainless steel style. The stair leads to an open and sky-lit playroom.
can be clearly seen here. A decorative wood stair handrail quickly converts into a more modern stainless steel style. The stair leads to an open and sky-lit playroom.
“The marriage of the old and the new can be clearly seen here. A decorative wood stair handrail quick” — Anne Power
The Sky is the Limit Design
5 Reviews
A modern-rustic island kitchen
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The Sky is the Limit Design
sits on the cliffs of Pender Island off the coast of Vancouver, British Columbia, and overlooks the ocean. "The swooping ceiling line designed by Blue Sky Architecture, and the fir timber-frame construction, called for an appropriate approach in the interior finishes and lines," Hanl says. "We selected
“Extrados as a liner and not the whole wall is another option” — Melissa Perez / Six-Walls
The Sky is the Limit Design
5 Reviews
A modern-rustic island kitchen
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The Sky is the Limit Design
located on a small island in British Columbia overlooking the Pacific Ocean, and it's surrounded by evergreens and arbutus trees," says Ines Hanl of The Sky is the Limit Design."When we selected the materials, I was very mindful of her preferred color scheme: golds and browns, with flecks of moss. Rift-cut
“coffee center” — feliser
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