Living Room Wallpaper Designs & Ideas
2 Gays & a Design, LLC
Carl Proctor Photography
Colin Cadle Photography
A music room and home office in this super cool and stylishly remodelled Victorian Villa in Sunny Torquay, South Devon Colin Cadle Photography, Photo Styling Jan Cadle
Merritt Gallery & Renaissance Fine Arts
"Altera" series | "Then the Sun" by Stephen Bach
Grayscale Design Inc
This nook is an almost completely untouched area from the original home. Only updated with a bit of tile added to the fireplace, some reupholstered bench cushions, new sconces, and some fresh paint.
Conception : Lydie Pineau, Kiosque Déco - Photographe : Caroline Morin
Florence Vatelot Décoratrice d'intérieur
Grande pièce à vivre, avec mise en valeur d'un pan de mur grâce à ce papier peint dans les teintes noires qui donne de la vie au pan de mur. Une superbe suspension vient habiller le plafond de la la pièce. Aménagement sur mesure du meuble tv ainsi que l'espace travail sur le côté.
Séura Vanishing Entertainment TV Mirror vanishes completely when powered off. Specially formulated mirror provides a bright, crisp television picture and a deep, designer reflection. A/V Integration by Wilshire Home Entertainment, LA.
JD Ireland Interior Architecture + Design
Living Room of condo in Washington, DC's U Street neighborhood. A full-wall size sticker was made of a 1930's postcard of the US Akron over the US Capitol to anchor this space. Mirrored cube tables reflect light and bring movement to the room.
Thomas Burger Architect
photography: Karyn Millet
Workshop Design + Architecture
Photos: Marlene Rounds
The cozy den is perfectly proportioned thanks to the oversized custom credenza, in a dark blue tone.
My House Design/Build/Team
My House Design/Build Team | www.myhousedesignbuild.com | 604-694-6873 | Duy Nguyen Photography -------------------------------------------------------Right from the beginning it was evident that this Coquitlam Renovation was unique. It’s first impression was memorable as immediately after entering the front door, just past the dining table, there was a tree growing in the middle of home! Upon further inspection of the space it became apparent that this home had undergone several alterations during its lifetime... The homeowners unabashedness towards colour and willingness to embrace the home’s mid-century architecture made this home one of a kind. The existing T&G cedar ceiling, dropped beams, and ample glazing naturally leant itself to a mid-century space.
Shamanth Patil Photography
Shamanth Patil J
Dana Berkus Interiors
Horton & Co