209,082 x shaped Home Design Photos

Clarkson Potter
American Beauty by Thom Filicia
I really like this diamond shaped window because it is really decorative.
interesting shapes and the color blue
diamonds is a heck of a lot cheaper than buying and installing circular windows. This lucky money saver also creates more X shapes with the window panes, which tie in with other X shapes he used throughout the home.
your house has some elements from a particular style in your reserach, you may want to enhance those elements and play off them. For instance, diamond-shaped windows are typical of Tudor revival, Queen Anne and shingle-style homes that are prevalent in the area of Filicia's lake house. He used them in a
“Interior window.” — Margaret Sherrer
Stonebreaker Builders & Remodelers
6 Reviews
Stonebreaker Builders & Remodelers
Hi, The flooring is black slate 12x12 tiles with 2x2 white tumbled stone squares.
The x cabinet to hold rolled up towels sort of like a wine rack. Same idea used on
The X to hold the rolled towels.
Liked placement of washer & cubbies- little tight, but it works. Prefer higher cubbies without "x"
like the x cubes for towels
X shapes on shelving are great for rolled up towels in a laundry room.
“laundry” — dspeckman92
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
I enjoy the plants growing up on the walls, I also like the shaped door
shape of door but would prefer it in natural wood or painted dark color.
Some shapes are so distinctly associated with a design style that they become iconic. You'd assume that this arched door in a garden wall was built to complement a Tudor-style cottage, for example. The diamond-pattern lattice in the door's upper portion is echoed by X-shaped bracing on the
“A gate to the back yard” — leannejbell
DC Metro's Custom Cabinetry Design & Kitchen Remodeling
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Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
The x is cool, if we use it around the house
Love the frosty look with the X cabinets.
Here's one without l-shaped bench
Note the way this designer has played the X-back chairs off the X shapes on the cabinet doors.
Granito x cocina
“the under cabinet corbel” — janjerry
Clark & Zook Architects, LLC
5 Reviews
Ranch Remodel
cabinet has X design similar to design on front of house/garage
x on the glass and grey cabinets
openings here was ideal," Zook says. The banquet's tall back stands up to the high ceilings, and a pocket door tucks out of the way. The homeowners like X-shaped details, which show up on the cabinet doors, trestle table and island. Zook has been back to the house for a few parties since the work was completed
“blue bar” — tinylemon
Von Fitz Design
1 Review
Danalda Residence
Mix of 2 different rugs, navy color. Navy chairs, modern shape but comfy looking
shelves nod to midcentury modern style. They are made of oak that was stained and oiled, adding another raw element. The vintage armchairs add two more X shapes. Coffee table: vintage; bench: Crate & Barrel, covered in blue calfskin
“Colors against wood floor” — kerrywl
Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Classic Country White Garden
Formal knot gardens and parterre-style designs allow for the horticultural play of positive-negative forms. We first notice the dark green boxwood X-shape design of the two formal beds. Then, the silvery white contrasting elements (in the triangular sections) catch the eye. Which section is the positive
This contemporary take on a knot garden uses a simple mixture of whites and grays to re-create this ordered style around the most basic of geometric shapes: squares and triangles.Small knot gardens can be a practical and decorative way to grow culinary herbs.
“Pergola” — mutasek7
Von Fitz Design
1 Review
Danalda Residence
they left one wall up during construction. The team kept an overall traditional feel that incorporated clean, modern lines and motifs, such as the X-shaped elements (seen here on the garage doors) and lots of white paint punctuated by blue-black details.
“puerta” — mavilla12
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