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Pavilack Design
2 Reviews
Pittsburgh - Mt. Lebanon Residence
Low fireplace with big screen close to eye leve3l
like fireplace, (dark tone, offset "blocks" of wood. and like the sofa idea, not color.
Dark wood, white, grey, light wood
“cozy but roomy” — Allison Braun
Annette English
Craftsman Charm
The colour is quite cool for the eyes especially for a bedroom
beams in master bedroom. dark baseboards
Neutral rug, linens, on medium-toned hardwood floor with dark-toned window/trim. Soft blue-grey.
“Rug” — smckeehan
4 Reviews
Woodinville Retreat
kelly do you know of a good neutral that would work well on ceilings and walls, with a lot of dark stained cabinets and dark wood floors
keep items low on mantle so eyes stop there
“Fireplace” — stevetack93
Romani Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Lake Forest Residence
I like keeping the stucco and stone separate vertically and making the transitions horizontally. Stone on one surface all the way up draws the eye up and stucco on a neighboring piece lets the stone take the spotlight while the stucco sings a lovely back up harmony
OBSESSED with this. Light stone, dark roof, metal accent roof, glass door, L shaped
“Exterior rock, roof lines & windows” — gblifeisgood
Michael Abrams Limited
20 Reviews
Orchard Kitchen
eye catching backsplash but not too much pattern.Nice!
Thats a nice hardwood floor color, its rich and bright which would compliment the darkness of the cabinets well.
dark wood
“Kitchen design and colors” — elieanderson
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Thank you for your question. Basaltina stone is naturally dark gray in color.
like the breadboard on the ceiling, makes the eye move toward windows
DARK COUNTERTOPS, white cabinets, colored island.
“lighting simplicity” — rgbirchall
Portico Design Group
2 Reviews
Classy way of combining colors...very soothing to the eyes.....Thank you for the ideas
Dark wood with light and blue accent pieces
white with dark wood
“The fire place is set into the wall” — swetman
Lapis Design Partners
Abe Residence
inspired home furniture and accessory store in San Francisco and picked up many items for his own use during his world travels. He has a very discerning eye for well designed items and his house reflects this trait.
window wall. Maybe not so much the dark wood, but just use doors?
dark wood coffee table
“Open concept” — szczeniowska
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