11,579 sound absorption Home Design Photos

Geschke Group Architecture
2 Reviews
Hill Country Farmhouse
Ideabooks781
Questions3
Sounds wonderful! Then just add fluff, fluff and fluff: wallpaper, drapes, rugs, pillows. Hang quilts, tapestries up as art. Type of flooring you are thinking about? Think there is something that can be installed under wood floors. Tile more noise. Cork is warm, soft and sound absorbing.
“flow-counter?” — jbfld6
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Claire Jefford at Creating Contrast Designs
16 Reviews
Basement Renovation
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Questions5
cabinets for sound system and dish devices
surround sound; speakers in ceili
“Shelf lighting” — lbwg222
Habachy Designs
14 Reviews
43rd Annual Atlanta Symphony Associates Decorators' Show House and Gardens
Ideabooks420
Questions0
nostalgic sounds of Frank Sinatra—his rich, smoky baritone resonating across the beautiful fixtures and furniture. From the exotic real lion rug resting on the floor, to the century-old cigar boxes, to the royal blue velvet smoking chairs, this room is made for the modern-day James Dean. Michael also premiered
let the sounds of a simpler time wash over you.
“like the fireplace with tv and cabinets” — susdoa
Encore Custom Audio Video
1 Review
Leesburg Theater
Ideabooks2,323
Questions3
chairs, sound deadness and power scren
great sound reproduction.
“ceiling” — ucnickeh
Suzman Design Associates
7 Reviews
Country Court Yard
Ideabooks2,719
Questions2
NANTUCKET SOUND WEATHER. ALSO, FOR LARGER SPACE, WE HAVE HAD GREAT LUCK WITH JAPANESE PINE. A LITTLE DIFFERENT FROM LEYLAND CYPRESS.
boxwoods - sounds lovely if we can.
“Pink Meidiland rose” — megmichael8082
Feinmann, Inc.
9 Reviews
Open & Airy
Ideabooks10,379
Questions11
de­sign. Sounds sim­ple, but it re­ally does work. Up Light­ing The most com­mon use of up light­ing is in a re­cessed cove around the top perime­ter of a room. To max­i­mize light out­put, use a T5 flu­o­res­cent or LED light source that
design. Sounds simple, but it really does work. Up Lighting The most common use of up lighting is in a recessed cove around the top perimeter of a room. To maximize light output, use a T5 fluorescent or LED light source that will wash the ceiling with light. This helps to create a brighter ceiling that
“love the brightness” — marysprmt
swelldone
Backyard Bath House
Ideabooks4,965
Questions2
backyard spa sounded like a great way to make use of an empty space in Sloan Schang's Portland, Oregon, backyard, but the price tag for a hot tub wasn't ideal. So he took matters into his own hands and built his own bathhouse in less than a week and for a fraction of the cost, using an antique cast iron tub
backyard spa sounded like a great way to make use of an empty space in Sloan Schang's Portland, Oregon, backyard, but the price tag for a hot tub wasn't ideal. So he took matters into his own hands and built his own bathhouse in less than a week and for a fraction of the cost, using an antique cast iron tub
“Salvaged Tub used for outdoor shower.” — AdvantageLumber.com
BraytonHughes Design Studios
1 Review
BraytonHughes Design Studios
Ideabooks2,486
Questions6
outdoor sounds come inside.
outdoor sounds come inside.
“French doors leading out of dining room” — akpj
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