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The Tamarisk Plan at Villages at Val Vista | Phoenix, AZ
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Storage Console From Home Decorator's Collection
Space Table From Home Decorator's Collection
The drying rack is from Home Decorators Collection: Madison Wall-Mounted Laundry Drying Rack.
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Tilt-down paper organizer. Just at eye level, this tilt-down wrapping paper organizer has slanted frames that hold sheets of decorative and tissue paper perfectly, making it super easy to find just the right paper for gift wrapping and scrapbooking.
“martha stewart craft consoles” — ssaaty
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Marcelo Brito & Pedro Potaris - Sao Paulo - Brazil
Ideabooks12,826
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TV wall and accent wall with decor
narrow stripe, solid, and fun printed textile, like a batik or suzani, in a matching hue. Wild card: Mix patterns and hues. For the adventurous decorator, mixing colors and patterns is what can make a room sing. To give your room structure, try starting with a main color and a neutral, then layer in
card: Mix patterns and hues. For the adventurous decorator, mixing colors and patterns is what can make a room sing. To give your room structure, try starting with a main color and a neutral, then layer in one or two accent colors with textiles.Decorating Secrets: How to Layer Patterns Right
“Meuble tv” — astridbauwens
Dura Supreme Cabinetry
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Hoegger Lake House Kitchen
Ideabooks7,333
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Decor above cabinets, bowl of lemons
decor above cabinets
Above cabinet decor...Cabinets and decor
“Cabinet style” — david3462
Annette English
Esquire 2010
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you can always fake it. A low-profile platform bed with a floor-mounted structure inset underneath can support the bed from below. You can then add decorative, non-load-bearing elements (such as rope or whatever you wish) to one or more corners of the bed and connect them to the ceiling with a simple hook
can always fake it. A low-profile platform bed with a floor-mounted structure inset underneath can support the bed from below. You can then add decorative, non-load-bearing elements (such as rope or whatever you wish) to one or more corners of the bed and connect them to the ceiling with a simple hook
“ide” — adelka
Benedict August
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Modern Nursery
Ideabooks16,559
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Paint and decor behind crib. Paint on ceiling.
decorating with taxidermy
Decor and colors...wall decor...The decor...wall decor
“Color and whimsy” — Shelley Brown
William Reue Architecture
A House in the Woods
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Where can I find those cherry blossom decor pieces?
The clean, sharp contrast paired with minimal decoration creates a serene image.
decorative plant...Accent decor
“Like flowers” — benny100
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Mark & Priscilla Rieves
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Photo: Sarah Greenman © 2013 Houzz Rieves has a bungalow style home with a large front porch where she can share her decorations with the neighborhood. Autumnal throw pillows on the porch swing can be used throughout the season even after Halloween has come and gone. A table lamp gives the porch the
Rieves has a bungalow style home with a large front porch where she can share her decorations with the neighborhood. Autumnal throw pillows on the
“Don't forget the swing on the back porch” — susan75756
Brad Ford ID
Brad Ford ID
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Since this is a kid-free zone up here, we can decorate any way we darn well please, so I'm going pretty much full-on crushed velvet for all upholstery. This image doesn't represent the color palette, but does show how comfy the velvet looks.
an interior decorator does is define the parameters of the project. When doing your own decorating, it's easy to justify skipping this step — but nailing down your goals now is essential to a successful project.Answer these questions before you begin:Which room or rooms will I be decorating?When do I want
this room to look, feel and function when the project is done?Are there any specific issues I want to address in this space?Who will be making the decorating decisions: just me, or will I be collaborating with a partner or housemate?Might I actually need a pro to help?Written goals will help keep you on
“setting on the coffee table luxury of the divan and the skin” — annapalva
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