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Living room - contemporary living room idea in Orange County with beige walls, a standard fireplace and no tv

Yorba Linda Living RoomContemporary Living Room, Orange County

This living room was inspired by elements of nature: a flowing stream and river stones. The custom-made wall decor, glass panels, and custom tabletop mimic the fluid movement of water. Designer: Fumiko Faiman, ASID. Photo by: Jeri Koegel.

Living room - contemporary living room idea in Orange County with beige walls, a standard fireplace and no tv —  Houzz
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lisambe1 wrote:Sep 23, 2012
  • PRO
    Looks similar to a jere raindrops sculpture Lots of vintage metal sculptures such as that can be found at groovywares.com
  • kanoopriya
    Hi I am looking for the metal art you have used. I tried to send you the email but it is not recognizing the email id. Pls let me know the pricing and dimensions for this. I would like to have something similar for my fireplace too.
Kelly McLamb Raikes wrote:Mar 20, 2013
  • nmaddulapalli
    what is the approximate length of the small sculpture?
  • fialah
    How many pieces of the metal artwork did you use to create the designing photo 8? Also, what is the height of the ceiling and the length of the area covered with the metal artwork? Thanks!
ursulagal04 wrote:Aug 22, 2012
Dorni Hemphill wrote:Feb 5, 2019
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    International Custom Designs

    We created a large wall sculpture using six small metal art from Palecek.

  • Dorni Hemphill

    Thank you! Can you tell me the name of the sculp so I can order 6 of them

jam4854 wrote:Dec 28, 2015
Gourav Chennareddy wrote:Nov 16, 2013
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    International Custom Designs
    This project was done over 5 years ago, and I don't have the information for the fireplace dimensions any more.
  • chonas
    The random shape and size of wall decor, what are they made of?
mnkkindia wrote:Oct 28, 2015
  • mnkkindia
    I mean those two tall silver vases in the left side...
easternhomebuilder wrote:Jan 18, 2014
  • koshka07

    you hire window washers, DAH

basild wrote:Oct 4, 2014
    Bonnie P wrote:Jan 8, 2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Judith Taylor Designs added this to How to Work With a High CeilingSep 12, 2013

      Add unexpected interest. A unique combination of art elements breaks up the wall on the left here. Inset paintings hang above glass panels with trickling water. A central organic piece links the two levels visually.Too many rectangles here would have been, well, too many rectangles, which could have made the wall feel like it went on forever. The combination of more organic shapes helps relate the upper portion to the lower, bringing everything down a notch.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      212028478 added this to Great Room2 days ago

      example of high ceilings in great room. Place a massive mirror over the fireplace.

      indukk added this to New WallFeb 14, 2019

      Niches on either side with decorative piece in the middle

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