Kennington Water Tower

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vinitakunnath
Vinita Kunnath added this to 12 Clever Ways to Squeeze More Out of Small Spaces7 August 2018

7. Incorporate stripesStripes can dramatically alter the visual dimensions of a room because of their repetitive and seemingly endless pattern. The horizontal blue stripes on the wall here help to tie all the elements of the room into a unified whole, thereby giving the effect of space.Tip: Do not mix up the direction of the stripes on different surfaces; as having them running crossways to each other will break the flow and make the room look smaller.

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devon_jaih_burnette
Devon'jaih Burnette added this to element of design 117 December 2019

Horizontal because of the stripes on the wall

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Kendra added this to Anne&Juan16 August 2019

Maybe these narrow ones would not undermine the structure of the wall.

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Annina Beltramini added this to Le mie idee7 August 2019

Parete a righe e lenzuola chiare

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meganpants added this to Chris’s Bedroom20 May 2019

I like how there is night stand on each side

buccaneerkat
buccaneerkat added this to buccaneerkat's ideas16 April 2019

the whole bed in general; the background of the room too

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