743,573 wall hanging Home Design Photos

Martyn Clarke Architecture
6 Reviews
Culford Road N1
Space for wall hanging of clothes and bins etc.
“Wardrobe” — owyinpeng
Winder Gibson Architects
Buena Vista House Staircase
Art/wall hanging
“R rail with white trim” — piquiquas
General Assembly
5 Reviews
Concrete Counters with Suspended Shelving above
Cool way to fill blank walls and add personality without adding furnishings or obstructing the walkways.
Floating shelves for open wall in kitchen
Hanging shelves...Accent wall...Hanging storage...wall art...Wall mural...Hanging shelf...wall art
“Hanging shelf” — vega
DNM Architect
16 Reviews
Meditation room
blue even work in a soothing meditative space. Do you know where the wall hanging and other items are from? Let me know in the comments!
Incorporation of Tibetan wall hanging...Bright colors, white/neutral walls
“Ocean view” — Troy Hagan
It's The Little Things...
Our Home
Hi. Can you tell me the paint color on the wall in this photo? Thank you!
need someone else to do for you. Most people can learn how to paint a wall, hang a door or shelf, patch a concrete drive, lay paving, paint furniture,
and will really draw focus to the artwork inside. More:10 Creative Ways to Hang ArtInspiring Inspiration BoardsGuest Picks: Inspiring Display Ideas
The ceramicistPlace crates on shelves or tables or even mount them to the wall to display your ceramic pieces. The crate acts as a vertical shadowbox and
“display box” — Wendy
Megan Buchanan
Master Bedroom
which really pops against the otherwise neutral color scheme.The silk wall hanging above the bed was purchased in Southern India during a month-long trip
wall hanging
“Bending & color” — jeepgirl2c
Becky Harris
Lake House in The Berkshires
More interesting artwork: A large wall hanging consists of intricate mirrored gypsy belts.
wall hanging
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
something a little unusual in their houseplant display. Display them on walls, hang them on thin wires or tuck them into shells, bowls or driftwood. Give
something a little unusual in their houseplant display.Display them on walls, hang them on thin wires or tuck them into shells, bowls or driftwood. Give
“Natural look with wood” — parrotpat02
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