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Carmel Mid-Century LEED
wall color+white window frames+white tiles+wooden accent (would oak works as well insead of walnut for a softer look?)
wood accent wall on east side of bedroom
Sleek and modern. Wood accent walls can look sleek and modern, not rustic at all. Walnut is a great choice for a modern accent wall, especially applied vertically. Notice the modern neutral palette of solids and textures. No need for art; the wood accent wall is the star.
tilden living room
Wood flooring as wall accent. Could this be extended to cupboarding?
Reuse wood flooring as an accent wall
screwed into the studs. Attach drywall directly into the studs, seam each sheet, add drywall mud, then sand. What you're left with is a sleek, modernized accent of wood plank. While homeowners with advanced DIY skills can do this, I'd definitely suggest a pro if there are electrical outlets, doors or windows
A modern horizontal wood accent wall.
Technically just a piece of a wall, this wood plank accent adds a vertical element. There's also some fun play between this real wood and the faux bois rug.
The most obvious way to modernize wood paneling look is to turn it 90 degrees on the horizontal. It is reminiscent of the horizontal wood slat look that has swept our terrain in the
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1190 Royal York
wonderful mix of modern and traditional lightfittings
This modern ceiling light has me trying to remember the names of clouds from Mr. Frickman's seventh grade science class. It's not cirrus, it's not a thunderhead, could it be cumulonimbus? Or did I just make up that word. In any regard, the Logico Pendant will hang like a spectacular modern cloud over
Love the mix of traditional and modern
nice mix of modern and classic/antique. Chalkboard panels.
When it comes to kitchens, you could go in two different directions: select traditional cabinetry to contrast with a few modern accents (such as the lamps in the interior above) or ...
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Simpson Design Group Architects
Shades of White
All white but definitely not clinical, the master bath boasts classic fixtures and finishes with some fun modern accents thrown in, like the fluffy Mongolian lamb’s wool stool and the carved trophy head.
All white but definitely not clinical, the master bath boasts classic fixtures and finishes with some fun modern accents thrown in, like the fluffy Mongolian lamb’s wool stool and the carved trophy head.Tub: Cheviot Products
Seattle, WA: Lisa Hebner
fun pattern, modern, but reminiscent of art nouveau designs
The dining room is a bold mix of midcentury modern, Arts and Crafts and modern accents — like this Louis XV Ghost Chair. Designer Brenner was excited to find that Vila was willing to take design risks. "Most people want the interesting rug or the bold wallpaper, but they don't have the courage to buy
County Chic Farmhouse in North Carolina
eames lounge chair and less modern style
Accent pillows, small wall hangings
chosen for its low maintenance and friendliness to kids and pets. An Eames-style lounge chair adds a nice midcentury modern accent to the room. Sectional: Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams; accent pillows: Crate & Barrel; rug: Arrowhead, Design Materials
North Dallas, TX: James & Kristina Hart
The dining room is an eclectic mix of Danish antiques and modern accents. The farm table is a family hand-me-down from Kristina’s grandmother. “Everything is to be used, loved and respected,” she says. “We wanted an inspiring space.” The colorful vintage dance posters were taken off the walls of the
The home of Chantal and Harry
Mix of textures; feels warm and modern simultaneously; light and open
Dussouchaud used contemporary lighting and other modern accents to help break up the traditional French provincial aesthetic. As a designer, she advises clients to splurge on statement lighting rather than furniture. “If you’re going to spend something, spend it on that one lamp that will make the house
Dussouchaud used contemporary lighting and other modern accents to help break up the traditional French provincial aesthetic. As a designer, she advises clients to splurge on statement lighting rather than furniture