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P. Scinta Designs, LLC
16 Reviews
Olympia Hills
Ideabooks4,410
Questions6
Views. They are called the Bull's Eye Cross Mirror and they come in black or white. We purchased ours through the Global Views Design Showroom on a wholesale or "to the trade" basis, but I am sure you can find them on a retail basis by googling Global Views Bull's Eye Cross Mirror. I hope this helped
“Mirror” — tishablackman


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CWB Architects
Bergen Street Residence
Ideabooks7,080
Questions9
vintage fireplace steals the show in this living room. The TV is set off to the side, giving it secondary importance. Tip: There's no need to put all eyes on the TV when arranging furniture in a room, especially if it's your living room. Even if the sofa faces the TV, a few occasional side chairs that
vintage fireplace steals the show in this living room. The TV is set off to the side, giving it secondary importance. TIP: There’s no need to put all eyes on the TV when arranging furniture in a room, especially if it’s your living room. Even if the sofa faces the TV, a few occasional side chairs that
“ben moore coventry gray” — nadineletson
Brownhouse Design, Los Altos, CA
9 Reviews
Brownhouse Design
Ideabooks11,875
Questions10
additional art. The simple branches and flowers wrapped around the corners cause your eye to flow around the room making the space feel larger. Tip: When working in a smaller room, considering decorative elements that move the eye around the room. This might some wall treatment, horizontally oriented artwork
“Faux paneling” — grb52
Hutker Architects
Sugar Mill
Ideabooks2,051
Questions1
tree (which could also cause debris to accumulate on the shower floor). The other big consideration is privacy. Locate the shower away from probing eyes or add an enclosure that assures privacy (but maintains air circulation). If your house is two stories or is flanked by windows that could look down
tree (which could also cause debris to accumulate on the shower floor). The other big consideration is privacy. Locate the shower away from probing eyes or add an enclosure that assures privacy (but maintains air circulation). If your house is two stories or is flanked by windows that could look down
“outdoor shower and walkway with grass!!!” — marykaymccutchen
The Couture Rooms
1 Review
Bedroom textures
Ideabooks8,399
Questions5
Creating small space elegance done right...drpes at ceiling height take the eye upwards ..keeping surfaces clutter free ..soothing to the eye.. pretty as well ..Small space everything lovely..clean warm with "breathing room.." yet so cozy warm
“X” — jellaken
Lane Design Studio llc
Ran Study
Ideabooks8,864
Questions13
I once read that using darker colored curtains to frame windows can distract your eye from an undesirable outdoor view. See how in this room, the eye travels around the room, rather than beyond it.
“Desks” — streetspirit81
Fiorella Design
13 Reviews
Woodside Residence
Ideabooks8,601
Questions10
(only as related to the topic of symmetry: 6. Tease the eye with similar yet different pieces. Good symmetry often happens in the bedroom, with the bed often serving as the room's centerline. Using furniture that's
6. Tease the eye with similar yet different pieces. Good symmetry often happens in the bedroom, with the bed often serving as the room's centerline. Using furniture
“suspended ring of exposed bulbs” — socrobin
Sigmar
Clarendon Road
Ideabooks397
Questions1
In the living room the TV has been sunk in to a faux chimney breast to detract attention. The horisontal slats also help to divert the eye away from the TV. The mantel piece was designed by Sigmar. The paint colour is Mink from the Damo collection, available at Sigmar.
“In the living room the TV has been sunk in to a faux chimney breast to detract attention. The horisontal slats also help to divert the eye away from the TV. The mantel piece was designed by Sigmar. The paint colour is Mink from the Damo collection, available at Sigmar.”
“textured wall” — Erin Cowling
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