131,341 stacked molding Home Design Photos

Avente Tile
Tupper Kitchen and Bathroom Remodel
cornice and liner tiles add a nice contrast along the edges of the decorative tiles. Our Yucatan Ceramic Field Tile collection, and its extensive molding and trim options, were used for this bathroom’s backsplash.
stacked tile - stacked crown
“Colorful tile” — jimtuc
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Spaces Into Places Inc.
3 Reviews
Spaces into Places Inc. - Small Kitchen
Making great use of a tall ceiling height with stacked cabinets, the clean lines and colorful glass tile, along with linoleum flooring and stainless accents make a small kitchen feel extra special.
Crown moulding style
Box stacked crown
“Backsplash” — sunshineandflowers
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
California Cool in the Castro-Bathroom
Hows mold on those stone walls ...no grout?
When you put your mouse on the pictures, you will see green tags. On one of the pictures, it indicates the stone wall is natural stacked stone in gray from www.paylessfloors.ca.
stacked stone tile
“Bathroom” — nursepaula
Jana Happel Interior Design
Bridgehampton Classic
How tall are the top and bottom cabinet doors? Are the in one box or are they stacked?
These cabinets have a face frame with flush inset doors. The upper cabinets are one box framed out into two sections to give the appearance of stacked boxes.
molding at top, vent above stove beadboard island
“subway tiles” — rebeccachiz
Osborne Architects
2 Reviews
Baer Retreat
tract light: attach it to wall above tv and run cord down corner of room. Place it so that it is in line with the molding running above shelves.
The bold color of orange looks great surrounded with objects and materials from nature. Stone surfaces, live-edges wood, stacks of firewood, hide or sheepskin rugs and natural fibers like jute, sisal and linen partner well with strong colors.
great way to temper a rich hue (like the orange used here) is by surrounding it with objects and materials from nature. Stone surfaces, live-edge wood, stacks of firewood, hide or sheepskin rugs and natural fibers like jute, sisal and linen partner well with strong colors.
“Color of rug with camel color couch” — higherground1016
Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
great room
Stone and molding on fireplace wall
Stacked stone fireplace
“Brick facade” — pooyaleyla
NW Renovations & Design Co.
1 Review
Northwest Craftsman
Like split/stacked staircases on side of house
Open-walled stacked staircase
Mixed moulding
“stairs” — lizziepooh
J. Stephens Interiors
3 Reviews
Classically designed Living Room
Overall feel of all colors plus the stacking tables.
Stack tables...crown molding
“Curtains” — jane0210
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