Interior Design Trends for a modern, sophisticated home: Fluted and reeded glass
Textured glass is back! Fluted and ribbed glass has a slightly vintage, slightly modern feel, and because of that, I think we’ll be seeing more in interior design. Check out some of my favorite ways to incorporate this textured glass in your home through statement pieces and small accessories.
Making Mirrored Walls Modern: Seven Ideas to Steal
Michael Reeves via Dering Hall We all know that mirrors are fantastic for making a space appear larger than it is. It goes like this: available light + reflective surface(s) = much more light = greater sense of space. The problem is that a mirrored wall can sometimes feel vaguely commercial, or even cliche, if the application is off. Here are seven mirrored walls that are anything but, and that pack a big (spatial) punch as well. The lead image is of a Michael Reeves-designed home in London.
Clear Textures Geometric Abstract Beveled Stained Glass Window Panel
Clear Textures Geometric Abstract Beveled Original by Stained Glass Heirlooms Specifications of window This window is full of upper end art glass! Clear glass textures used will be randomly picked. Window you'll receive will be an original no two will be a like! Pattern, special effects and bevels will be the exact same. Approximate size: 19 3/4" x 19 3/4" 38 Clear Bevels Grade: 1 - top of the line - NO seconds Glass Grade: 1 - top of the line - NO seconds Zinc framing that was custom…
Accidental Abstraction: Works by Marc Nagtzaam
Marc Nagtzaam is a Dutch artist who lives and works in Belgium. His production consists mostly of black and white graphite drawings on different formats of paper. The subjects of these drawings are minimalistic patterns or grids, and representation of written words in the conceptual-art...
Textured Art Glass Sampler Stained Glass Window
I handcrafted this stained glass window using many types of clear textured art glass including Aero, Sycamore, Thistle, Rain Water, Tapestry and Baroque to name a few. 16 bevels help to complete the window in the framing. This window measures 26 5/8 inches bx12 3/4 inches. There are 4 hangers soldered into each corner so that the window can be hung vertically or horizontally. This stained glass window panel is made of leaded glass. It is not copper foil. The panel is sealed…
3d models: Other decorative objects - Glass partition 72
3d models: Other decorative objects - Glass partition 72 :: Download :: :: Format3dsMax 2011 + fbx :: In file: - The glass partition is stationary. But it is possible to use a door as a rotary partition. - Material customized (metal, corrugated glass) The model is light. The design is easy to edit. You can specify any size of the partition. fbx / Corona / Vray / 3ds max 2011
Bernhardt Aletha Upholstered Bed and Matching Items
Details Handcrafted bed in quartered oak and quartered ash and polyester, with metal trim. Oak and ash footboard and rails with feet finished in plated brushed stainless steel. Headboard features multi level upholstered panels. 37.3"W x 87"D x 68.3"T. Imported. Boxed weight, approximately 247 lbs. Designer About Bernhardt: Founded in 1889 by American pioneer John Mathias Bernhardt, Bernhardt Furniture Company, Inc., is located in the foothills of western North Carolina. After the turn of…
Star Dust Stained Glass Window Panel Abstract Geometric EBSQ Artist Phil Petersen
ORIGINAL Stained Glass window and panels. Kiln working, laser engraving and sublimination onto glass
Décoration intérieure, création de vitraux - Studio Vitrail Paris - 75
Conception et réalisation de vitraux, Studio Vitrail Paris, personnalisation des décors d'intérieur, Portes, fenêtre, séparation de pièces, tableau lumineux.
Decorate With Mirrored Walls
Louis XIV understood the dynamics of the mirrored wall. He had 357 mirrors installed to create the seventeen arches that reflect the arched windows which overlook the gardens of Versailles and called it the Galerie des Glaces (Hall of Mirrors). Since then the trend of mirrored walls has come and gone. Most of us who remember the 70's and 80's were glad when they were gone. The majority of mirrored walls were not well done in those days and the whole trend ended up coming across as tacky…