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Bruce Bierman Design
Fire Island Residence - Long Island
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I love the No Wake Area sign. Can you tell me where I can find one like this?
I have a house on the water and have been looking for a vintage sign like
The sign was a vintage find thanks for asking
I love this sign. I want it for my lake house :/
No wake zone sign for bedroom
"No Wake" sign for Kenyon...he loves
sings "Take Me to the River." Of course, this room is so crisp and white that the No Wake sign looks like some sort of modern art. It's cool to see a minimalistic design getting down with the theme.
A vintage sign lends graphic punch to this all-white office on New York's Fire Island.
“sign” — studio846179
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My Houzz: Connecting Work and Play in South Australia
Ideabooks1,934
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Love this space. Where did you find the FISH CHIPS sign?
where can I buy the fish and chip sign?
Hi cjweener, You could ask the homeowner Rebekah directly, she is a stylist and has her own retail store ...
Great idea for a table, in desperate need for a reasonably priced option, but don't like the inexpensive outdoor furniture at box stores
sign on cedar wall above bench?
Rig up a sawhorse table. Need a table fast? Head to the hardware store. A pair of sturdy sawhorses topped with a door slab makes a quick dining table that can be taken down and stored when not
or search online to find a sign that speaks to you. Spending a little more than you’re used to on this one item can actually be worth it, because it will make everything around it look instantly cooler. 2. Rig up a sawhorse table. Need a table fast? Head to the hardware store. A pair of sturdy sawhorses
“cheap trestle table, nice stools” — hfjames
Photos By Kaity
Interior Photos
Ideabooks4,184
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Where did you find the signs?
I found a whole bunch of Route 66 and other "street" signs at Hobby Lobby. They are all 50% off right now, too.
signs on walls and cars on shelves on walls
Hang road signs on wood wall
Road signs boys room
industrial boys room, street signs
Road signs boys bedroom
wall signs...Street signs...Sign wall...Road signs...SignPosting indoors...Love the signs....Signs on the wall...Road signs on wall...road sign...road signs
“street room” — TC construction
Kailey J. Flynn Photography
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Ava Lane
Ideabooks5,258
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multiple tables in a row and a giant sign - I'm in!
Like the use of the neon sign
Café sign and bright color themes.
old sign for space by cabinets
The cafe sign on its side is fun! One for
GREAT USE OF A VINTAGE SIGN
Vintage commercial signs. Vintage signs large and small can be placed in rooms for an eclectic touch that adds whimsy and nostalgia to a space. Large ones can can be propped up in a corner, and smaller ones can be mounted just about anywhere. Try mixing in smaller signs with a photo collage on a
cactus adds to the eclectic mix in this modern living room. Its green flesh is similar to that of the vintage cafe sign behind it.
The literal decorative translation would be to use an old sign as part of your decor. This weathered beauty looks perfect hanging out with its modern friends.
“cafe sign” — studio846179
Lucid Interior Design Inc.
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Trash or Treasure
Ideabooks4,300
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Where did they find this sign?
It's not from a shop. It was used by maintenance to create the signs for the airport. It was a salvaged item.
It is an old silk screen from an airport sign.
signs in bathrooms are kind of cool.
Funny sign..."Use at your own risk" . In public restrooms where this sign is not displayed, has anyone hurt themselves on the toilet, sued and then won?
A little bathroom humor can have your guests "ROTFL". Make it your own. I like the rustic vibe of the sign. There is so much you could do with it. Camo accents anyone?
in the powder room. This foreboding sign teases users in two different languages.
Artwork is a great way to pull a little prank in the powder room. This foreboding sign teases users in two different languages.
“Picture above toilet” — carmodysandra
Fivedot Design Build
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Greenlake Kitchen
Ideabooks989
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room feeling light. As a colorful and playful contrast to the white cabinets, the backsplash was made from reclaimed aluminum city street signs. The owners selected signs from streets with tree names and they were cut into tiles and assembled in a random pattern on the wall.
Surplus street signs from City of Seattle Surplus
back-splash. We like this reclaimed road sign application.
like the old street signs for a backsplash
The flooring is marmoleum, another sustainable product.A red drum pendant light gives just a hint of a stop sign or traffic light, for a bold streetscape color palette.
“Baksplash” — shalenrd
Ken Gutmaker Architectural Photography
Beach House
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Love the old signs on the walls
Love this sign for the guest room
1. Signs with character. Old signs offer a big bang for the buck, especially considering how much a framed print or painting of equal size would cost. Have fun searching for that just-right piece — I love this "Rooms for Tourists" sign hanging in a guest bedroom.
“rug” — codillia
Jensen Architects
Scraphouse
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Street signs and repurposed junk as art.
license plates, Labonte sign, old maumee youth camp sign in mom's garage, any old Burr Oak sign. Could also frame Burr Oak map.
Peeling wall, signs wall
outdoor reclaimed sign elements
fantastic use of signs
Here the signs are not just decorative, but also structural. This is The Scraphouse, which was constructed from salvaged materials.
Signs in living...Signs on wall...sign lining...sign collection...Sign art...Signs-top right...Wood and signs...Street signs...Sign boards...Sign collage wall...sign motiff...Sign collage...Old road signs...wall sign
“Letreros” — Amalia Ramón de Delfino
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