16,332 v Home Design Photos

Patrick J. Baglino, Jr. Interior Design
7 Reviews
Portfolio Photographs
Ideabooks1,634
Questions5
Carolina V. Gentry designs for the hospitality industry, where chair-back pulls can get heavy use. She suggests that when using them at home, like the ones shown in the dining room here, they should be for decorative purposes only and not used to actually move or pick up the chair.
“Light” — Andrew J Coleman
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Adi Tatarko
Restyled Home
Ideabooks3,763
Questions6
inverted V — are designed to sit within a 90-degree corner angle. However, these sinks can't always hold oversize pots and pans. The same holds true for triangular sinks.
“light above sink” — pablosgirl
Peter Zimmerman Architects
22 Reviews
New House - Wayne, PA
Ideabooks5,097
Questions2
upward "V" shape of this gable as well as the chimney pointing skyward all create an intersection that's blended rather than severe. It speaks to accommodation rather than separation and lifts rather than reposes.
“Great design for our patio/deck” — ceswinson
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
34 Reviews
Master Suite
Ideabooks9,468
Questions12
like a V shape, that then flow down in a tailored fashion. FYI: There are also four- and five-finger pinched pleats that look like mini fans at the top of the drape and is very full looking (you need more fabric for those styles).
“Wood trim with tan wall” — mmet
Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly, Inc. (CKD, CBD, CR)
27 Reviews
kitchendesigns.com Ken Kelly Master Bath
Ideabooks12,959
Questions10
the t.v. hidden behind it and only visible when in use. Very cool!
“Shelves behind tub” — mbrookov
Annette English
Colonial Revival
Ideabooks39,998
Questions13
so the 'V' looks upside down, and the fabric flows out from there. This is technically called a French pleat (a.k.a Parisian), but it is still a pinched look. The folds are stacked tighter.
“Living room?” — esamson23
Cheryl D & Company
8 Reviews
B Bathroom
Ideabooks3,157
Questions7
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“Vanity” — paxcammom
Venegas and Company
10 Reviews
Chestnut Street Kitchen
Ideabooks8,400
Questions15
We are the Architects for the project. The ceilings are 4" v-groove MDF panels from Nantucket Beadboard Company (available in 4x8, 4x10 or 4x12 sheets).
are 4" v-groove panels from Nantucket Beadboard Company (available in 4x8, 4x10 or 4x12 sheets).
The ceilings are 4" v-groove panels from Nantucket Beadboard Company (available in 4x8, 4x10 or 4x12 sheets).
4" v-groove MDF panels from Nantucket Beadboard Company (available in 4x8, 4x10 or 4x12 sheets).”
groove, v-board? Also like oak into darker floor. That's what we'll do with our trim.
“ceiling / island” — pamcase
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