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Alex Amend Photography
Friendsgiving
Ideabooks1,980
Questions5
Like this - casual, cozy, nice use of color.
casual couch covers with random throw pillows
Open, inviting, casual
casual covers
“Our couch” — goldfinch29
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Red Images Fine Photography
2 Reviews
100 Year old house becomes a family home in Australia
Ideabooks1,249
Questions1
comfortable casual chic... and the dog
Love the casualness, yet inviting and comfy look of this bedroom
Comfortable, casual, layers of blankets, colors
Casual feel with quilts
Drapes, colors, light, casual
“Drapes” — zivamace
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
Ideabooks7,141
Questions12
The great thing is there are no 'rules' anymore! Eclectic mixing of formal with casual, modern with vintage is a great home interior design trend right now. Here is a helpful ideabook to give you more ideas for mixing dining room chairs:
- more casual than a lot
Love all of the white, but that it is still really casual and inviting
Love the casual elegance and the espresso machine at hand
style interior. It's a touch rustic, a touch eclectic. Mismatched chairs and a flea market assortment of dinnerware and decorative items complete the casual look.
“Blanc, bleu” — pelletiermil
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
8 Reviews
Rustic Canyon New Home
Ideabooks1,341
Questions5
wallpaper. This dining room exudes a casual, welcoming air.
CASUAL LOOKING BECAUSE THE CHAIRS DONT MATCH
Softness and casualness of the slip covered chairs
charming insouciance when the carpet doesn’t match the drapes — or, in this case, when the slipcovers don’t match the wallpaper. This dining room exudes a casual, welcoming air.
insouciance when the carpet doesn’t match the drapes — or, in this case, when the slipcovers don’t match the wallpaper. This dining room exudes a casual, welcoming air.
“Swinging door” — hokietoots
Molly McGinness Interior Design
10 Reviews
Dining Room
Ideabooks18,971
Questions13
Add orange to greige and you'll have a space that bursts with casual elegance. Orange
Add orange to greige and you'll have a space that bursts with casual elegance. Orange is
Add orange to greige and you'll have a space that bursts with casual elegance. Orange is such a happy color and the perfect choice for bringing out the warm tones in greige. Paint Pick: Quiver Tan 6151 by Sherwin Williams
Add orange to greige and you'll have a space that bursts with casual elegance. Orange is such a happy color and the perfect choice for bringing out the warm tones in greige. Paint Pick: Quiver Tan 6151 by Sherwin Williams
“dining room chairs” — ebartko
Kenneth Brown Design
3 Reviews
Masculine Vintage Bedroom
Ideabooks2,125
Questions7
the pool. Concrete provides the durability he needs while adding to the design’s modern vibe. Tip: Kenneth Brown recommends embracing concrete as a casual material that will crack and wear with time. Disguise scuffs and surface scratches by waxing your concrete every six months or so. Ask your installer
the pool. Concrete provides the durability he needs while adding to the design’s modern vibe. Tip: Kenneth Brown recommends embracing concrete as a casual material that will crack and wear with time. Disguise scuffs and surface scratches by waxing your concrete every six months or so. Ask your installer
skateboard and run in and out of the pool. Concrete provides the durability he needs while adding to the design’s modern vibe. Tip : Embrace concrete as a casual material that will crack and wear with time. Disguise scuffs and surface scratches by waxing your concrete every six months or so. Ask your installer
“Tinted wax on polished concrete” — ngierke
DC Design House
2014 DC Design House
Ideabooks3,768
Questions4
pots for a more casual look.
Paint pots to match your door. This is quite possibly the easiest way to make your front entrance feel put together: Cluster flowerpots in the same hue as your front door on the stoop. Stick with odd numbers and vary the sizes of the pots for a more casual look. For a formal
more casual look. For a formal entrance, choose two giant, identical pots to flank the door.
Paint pots to match your door. Makes your front entrance feel put together. Cluster flowerpots in the same hue as your front door on the stoop. Stick w/odd numbers and vary the sizes for a casual look
put together: Cluster flowerpots in the same hue as your front door on the stoop. Stick with odd numbers and vary the sizes of the pots for a more casual look. For a formal entrance, choose two giant, identical pots to flank the door.
“really pretty with the stone front & aqua door...Love!” — karinkress
Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Kellogg Road Residence
Ideabooks26,392
Questions52
Tropical leaves, such as these simple palm fronds, look great anywhere, and in this Minneapolis kitchen their casual tropical touch works wonderfully with the clean, beachy style.
White quartz countertops and neutrals continue in the kitchen, where burlap-covered chairs convey casual beach style. The island is a functional workspace that allows easy interaction with family and guests. A beaded basket chandelier is a playful focal
“easy access” — Calits Olidem
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