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Emily Ruddo
9 Reviews
Living Room by Emily Ruddo
here but I was wondering, if I do a similar pallette, if I would be "allowed" to a pale yellow or a bright green somewhere in the design using accessories. How would I do it?
Saw a nice home with chalk white brick and olive green trim and would like my home to be similar, except my brick is bone yellow and would like to see if painting the brick is possible and how to go
emily@armoniadecors.com if you are interested in having me source similar ones for you. I offer remote design services for sourcing these kinds of accessories
calm. But if you were designing your own space with a similar color palette - pink, white/grey, and turquoise, I'd say you could add a few yellow accessories. The green to me doesn't work with both pink and turquoise. Beautiful room.
“Color” — blazevichdawne
Hillary Thomas Designs
Vintage Nouveau Home
5. Swap out home accessories. One of the easiest ways to keep your home feeling current is to tweak a few details each season. Swap out throw pillows, add a cozy folded blanket or layer on a colorful rug. For a cheap and chic update, decorate with fresh branches cut from outside and beautiful, seasonal
“Colors” — smccortney
The Somerville Showroom
Falls Church KOHLER Registered Showroom
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Optimise Design
5 Reviews
Sunny Garden room
Swap home accessories. After you remove its cozy winter layers, your house may feel a bit bare; take that as your cue to bring in spring color. A few bright throw pillows, a colorful glass vase and a fun printed rug are easy ways to wake up your rooms.
“storage for magazines” — edenmarie1
Falls Church KOHLER Registered Showroom
For all things Bath & Kitchen, the Somerville Showroom provides unlimited possibilities to inspire your imagination and creativity.
admiration of this phenomenal fowl.Browse: 10 More Highlights From High Point Market16 Favorite Chairs From Fall 2011 High PointPeacock-inspired home accessories
“Bed” — Sherra Knowles
9 Reviews
Maria & Jim's Adventurous Victorian
Introduce a surprise feature There are lots of specialist companies out there that can transform any much-loved map into a range of home accessories. This roller blind will create an unexpected talking point when pulled down for the evening.
“the island, the grey-blue, the joy” — hwken
Lauren Bryan Knight
From Russia (& France & South Africa) with Love
thanks-they will look so nice in our vacation home
The papier-mâché elephant head is from Anthropologie, one of Kolmakov's favorite places to shop for home decor accessories.
is anchored by a lavender accent wall. The papier-mâché elephant head is from Anthropologie, one of Kolmakov's favorite places to shop for home decor accessories. Sofa: Kivik, Ikea; elephant: Savannah Story Bust, Anthropologie
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The compact apartment includes this open living and dining area, which is anchored by a lavender accent wall. The papier-mâché elephant head is from Anthropologie, one of Kolmakov’s favourite places to shop for home decor accessories.Sofa: Kivik, IKEA; elephant:
“light” — mdantu07
Cristi Holcombe Interiors, LLC
2 Reviews
Family Room Details
Cristi often adds natural elements into homes via accessories like this piece of driftwood.
“Mixing rustic patterns and colors” — Nicole Queen
Tim Clarke Design
Native Woods
NOTHING, BUT NOTHING, IS A BETTER HOME ACCESSORY THAN A FURRY ANIMAL; AND EVEN BETTER, YOU CAN CUDDLE THEM!!! The model here is Becker, the family's Vizsla, who also welcomes visitors.
To create a welcoming entry sequence that worked with the home's style, Clarke designed a pivoting door and added indigo-glazed, highly textured pots to serve as sculptures. "This gives a definite destination and a processional arrival sequence," he says.The model here is Becker, the family's Vizsla
“simple but beautiful” — candicegg
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