6,185 Bold fabric Roman shades Home Design Photos

Lizette Marie Interior Design
2 Reviews
Los Gatos Residence
What kind of window shades have you used?
love the tables and the simplicity yet bold look of the room. I also like how the dining room and living compliment each
Window shades...couch fabric...shades inside the frame
“painting” — nadiamasciotra
Tom Stringer Design Partners
3 Reviews
Lakeshore Drive Co-Op
Rectangular Shade Pendant by Restoration
shade pendant...Example of bold carpet...Lamp shade...fabric wallpaper
“gray doors” — vickymil
Rad Design Inc
5 Reviews
Loft 001
wrong with shades of white on your walls, ceilings and furnishings. But it's nice to inject some color to liven things up. If you do, why not go bold? The grounding
grounding black and vibrant orange hues work nicely with the lighter blue shades here. This example also effectively uses colors opposite each other on the
“A living room area in the master bedroom” — Diane Choi
Jessica Lagrange
1 Review
Vintage Residence
little better through fabrics." The womb chair on the right side of this photo is covered in a well-known Girard quatrefoil fabric, currently available
bold colors
“The colors work! I never thought mauve would go with orange and blue.” — stockholm
Brandi Renee Designs, LLC
8 Reviews
Dallas Loft
yellow ottomans, it's energetic and bold. The red area rug and chocolate couch pillows contrast with the bright shades of turquoise and green. Adorned with
I used acid green latex that I had custom mixed to match the acid green fabric and it was mixed in a glaze. The walls were hand glazed.
note how the couch fabric is plain but everything around it has color
“Dark trim” — fierge
Kendall Marcelle Design Assoc. Inc.
6 Reviews
Avalon Model Home
Interesting using fabric to create some bold block colours
color pics 2 shades...Fabric wall panels
“colors” — Pam Mora-Lopez
Blue Tangerine Art
Living Room
cushions, tile, colors & dark wood, mix of fabrics
looks beachy even though the chairs have dark green fabric!!
blue tile floor great shade of blue...bold colors
“piso” — Cecília Figueiredo
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
McKinney, TX: Megan Charters
how to add some bold brights to your home
Let loose with vintage flowersFrame old-fashioned pictures, samplers and scraps of fabric to create a floral
floral wall montage in the kitchen. Any odd offcuts of sweet rosy fabric can be simply transformed into the prettiest café-style curtain.Are you tempted
wallsThis pretty primrose wall colour is one of my favourite-ever paint shades. It oozes old-fashioned charm and character without dominating the space
“Yellow color of the wall l with colourful curtains and lovely frames” — wancalamera
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