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Williams-Sonoma Home
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Williams Sonoma Home Spring 2009 British Colonial
Williams Sonoma Home Spring 2009 British Colonial
Inspired by exotic travel and gracious living, British Colonial infuses classic English style with tropical prints, patterns and textures. Dark woods and neutral fabrics create a warm base for bold motifs, cane weaves and accents in warm spice colors. The result is a setting of unhurried luxury and
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British tropical style. Rug and chair.
took their inspiration from the tropics but retained elements of British formality with dark woods and turned elements. Get this look: Classic cane chairs are an easily accessible furniture piece that can help you get the British Colonial look in your home. Try using a chair or two as an accent in a modern
“Plant” — lisask12
Baysix Design
Punta del Este Beach House
elements of british colonial (light and dark with greenery) with vintage industrial
Accessories for british colonial style
British empire style. Love the
british colonial sun!
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British Colonial...colonial style
“lots of white, dark woods and leather” — Jenny McChesney
Clifford M. Scholz Architects Inc.
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Cliff Scholz
I'm fairly certain that it's the Lord Mountbatten bed by robert lighton from his British Khaki collection...
very british colonial with 4 poster bed
Love this bed, the British Colonial feel to the room.
Overall British colonial style
love British Colonial
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“The use of color, the overall feeling, the bedspread .” — kc2jbf
Wendi Young Design
Wendi Young Design
British colonial style in pale hues and dark furniture
lighter colors - tans, light blues, greens, whites contrast nicely w/ darker furniture for traditional British Colonial look; might look
5. Light and airy colors. Light and neutral shades adorned the walls of a traditional British Colonial interior. These airy hues helped colonial house-dwellers psychologically combat the overwhelming tropical heat.Get this look: Concentrate on subtle shades inspired by the tropics. Pale greens, blues
“Master bedroom ceiling!” — lindyjo46
Charlie Barnett Associates
Piedmont Residence
Black steel windows, British India feel
LOVE this room. such a feel of the British colonies in Africa at the turn of the century. Great styling.
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British Colonial look
rattan and british colonial
Light. Palms. Colonial.
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“Rattan Sofa” — sannyost
Period Homes, Inc.
2009 Southern Accents Showhome
The palm and the true colonial feeling
would fake palms work in airstream for more of a british colonial feel??
research first, and find a houseplant that will fit your home and lifestyle best. You'd be surprised how much a few well-placed palms can add to a British Colonial interior.
research first, and find a houseplant that will fit your home and lifestyle best. You'd be surprised how much a few well-placed palms can add to a British Colonial interior.
Colonial LushThe plantation colonial look is its own style. Think 19th-century English design meets the tropics. It's a mix of buttoned up and completely wild. This room
“Family room sunroom” — lordtuckington
Cooper Johnson Smith Architects, Inc.
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British Colonial style pub chairs 2
British Colonial mix is another idea to consider
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“Brown wood” — slowspeed
Lexington Home Brands
Tommy Bahama Home Royal Kahala
British Colonial - every detail aligns w my style.
1. Campaign furniture. Motivated by the romance of exotic travel, many British Colonial furnishings were specifically designed to collapse into manageable, travel-ready pieces called campaign furniture. Folding mahogany chairs, writing tables, collapsible beds and liquor cabinets were just a few items
“The furniture is fabulous” — Jennifer A. Emmer/Feng Shui Style
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