2,665 Europe Home Design Photos

Tom Stringer Design Partners
3 Reviews
Turn of the Century Cottage
Higher-quality indigo blue was imported to Europe from India in the 16th century, replacing the blue popularly made from the woad plant. Indigo is a deep, saturated blue that holds its color more than
“blue and greens” — christineduback

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Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Bid lawn adieuThe first expanses of green lawn emerged in Europe, where it was a sign of wealth and status to be able to use land for decoration rather than for growing food. As more people become aware of the negative
“Récupération briques grises en jumelant avec pierre et terracotta. Donne une impression de riches” — batirpourfleurir
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
Astilbe is a versatile plant. Here are the best ways to use it: In a mixed perennial gardenIn a cutting garden (these were originally grown in Europe for for their value as cut flowers)In all-white gardens, including moon gardensFor foundation plantingsIn an all-astilbe border gardenEn masseAs a
“chip and seal stone walkway” — angelacorbet
Hallmark Interior Design LLC
2 Reviews
Hallmark Interior Design LLC
Knot gardens were developed during the Renaissance in Europe as intricate, decorative features composed of geometric patterns. This terrace shows a contemporary twist on the traditional knot garden design. Though
“like for upper decking - add a splash of green” — Mrs Harding
Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
Historic House
architectural stylesSherwin-Williams, which has both interior and exterior paint colors for a wide range of American architectural stylesFine Paints of Europe, which carries high-pigment-content paints in historic huesFarrow & Ball, which has historic paints and papers
“Painting color - Benjamin moore” — mararibeiro
AR Design Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Abbots Way
from the work of famous architects such as Mies van der Rohe and Le Corbusier prior to World War II, this style fell out of favor after the war in Europe but simultaneously strongly influenced the aforementioned midcentury modernism in the United States. Structural transparency lies at the heart of
“private backyard oasis by adding high wall” — jonia98
No20 Christine F. Interiordesign
flooring throughout the house was painted to look like the original floors.Fikseaunet installed vintage Jielde lights — once used in factories throughout Europe — above the counter for task lighting and hooked them up to a wall switch. Hardware: Lama; cabinets: Sivesind; countertop: oak, stained and oiled
“Floor” — davidproctor
Greg Natale
Living room
The flame stitch throughout Europe. The flame stitch started to become very popular in the 17th century. Italian armchairs stitched with silk threads in flame stitch designs were seen in a collection at the Bargello Museum in Florence
“rug” — maggienlife
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