23,239 umbrella holder Home Design Photos

CWB Architects
Brooklyn Promenade Modernish
Love the umbrella stand! Where is it from?
The umbrella stand is by Karim Rashid and is called the Plomb Vase/Umbrella Stand.
of nice umbrella stand (like in Europe)
Keep umbrellas handy. The saying "A place for everything and everything in its place" must have been inspired by umbrellas in a proper stand next to the front door.
“umbrella stand” — roxyhouse87
deakins design group
Williamsburg (Brooklyn) Loft
where did you find the owl umbrella holder?
Floating shelf with owl umbrella holder.
wall paper.. graphic, owl umbrella holder
I NEED this owl umbrella holder!!
shelf and umbrella holder
cute umbrella holder
The owl umbrella stand
love the Owl umbrella holder
umbrella stand and wallpaper
Wallpaper & umbrella stand
umbrella stand...umbrella holder...owl umbrella holder...Umbrella stand!
“Şemsiyelik” — minmin499499
Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
Where is the umbrella stand from?
“Large vases make perfect umbrella corrals.” “it was decorator white, BM.”
rain boots and cheery umbrellas on display, and hide the less attractive gear. Add something fresh and pretty, like a bouquet of flowers, to bring your space to life.
armoire.. umbrella holder and vase on top
An umbrella stand near the door will act as a reminder to grab one on the way out on those rainy, winter days. Plus, they just look great in a foyer or mudroom, don't they?
Umbrella holder. So, umbrella holders have always seemed kind of like a novelty to me, but it may be because I'm more of
being quite useful in the rainier parts of the country, and it gives you reason to splurge on a pretty umbrella rather than the $6 one you found on clearance. Tip: Large vases make perfect umbrella corrals.
“great storage idea” — eastonaddy
Heather Merenda
fun, welcoming entryway, like the milk jug umbrella holder, plant and big wall art
A milk can as an umbrella holder- nice!
Large Vase for the umbrellas...nice one
milk urn as an umbrella stand
milk jug as an umbrella stand
anyone still use these for milking?) makes a great umbrella stand.
Use a milk jug as an umbrella stand. Seeing as I’m currently using a wrought iron umbrella stand to hide tissue rolls in my guest bath, I fully support this effort to showcase umbrellas — and creativity.
“plants” — eehrhardt
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
Noho Loft
Excellent idea for umbrellas and tennis rackets
large glass vase as holder for walking sticks and umbrellas
knit a cover for a log. also glass umbrella holder
it for umbrellas! Genius!
Umbrella stand and gardening bench
Tree Limb Coat Holder
Vase (umbrella holder)
nice umbrella holder
Clear tall vase for umbrella
The stick purse holder
love the umbrella stand
glass umbrella stand
Umbrella Holder...umbrella vase...umbrella stand
“white coat hanger” — monicamatczak
2 Reviews
Residential Work
Please share where I can find the umbrella stand?
I love that umbrella stand
Entry - mirror, bench, umbrella stand
like the umbrella stand
Mirror and umbrella stand
Umbrella holder, rug, bench
Mirror, umbrella stand
umbrella holder...Umbrella stand...umbrella stand
“mirror, bench, rug” — lorimoorehead
Zoe Feldman Design, Inc.
Georgetown Townhouse
Love the idea of the umbrella holder and like the light and shelf with contrasting flower
HallWith an entryway this narrow, a table (or even floating shelf) is out of the question. Use what little floor space is available to wrangle umbrellas in a chic holder, and attach a few small hooks to the wall to hold keys. Design details: In a tiny hall, you can use the surfaces to bring in color and pattern
“Walker Zanger tile. Hollywood Grand Pattern in Paloma with Gascogne Blue” — sanampangali
Chris A. Dorsey Photography
Aya's Boerum Hill Home
an umbrella holder and a tray for boots to offer practical purposes as the weather changes. Go for vintage pieces, like a ceramic vase that can work for umbrellas or an antique rack... Something that your neighbor wouldn't have in his home.
6. Put out a coatrack, an umbrella holder
love this entire look! bench, umbrella stand, ladder
out a coatrack, an umbrella holder and a tray for boots. "This of course offers practical purposes as the weather changes," Carvalho says, "but it's also an opportunity to add time-appropriate style to an entryway.""Go for vintage pieces, like a ceramic vase that can work for umbrellas or an antique rack
“White finishes” — deolive2
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