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Niche Interiors
20 Reviews
Niche Interiors: San Francisco Interior Design Services
50s living room, dark blue, med. brown coffee table
the '70s as it does today. Navy, the other neutral, makes it livable and adaptable to your ever-evolving decor tastes.
Lovers of mid-century modern style can rejoice in this color combination that feels natural among sculptural Danish wood furniture. The stylized white ceramics are a divine pairing
“rug” — prsquared
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Colin Cadle Photography
2 Reviews
Blue Seas
1930's house, extended and updated to form a wonderful marine home with a stylish beach style interior. Main living area with wonderful arched windows and driftwood heart and lamp. Maidencombe, South Devon. Colin Cadle Photography, Photo Styling Jan Cadle. www.colincadle.com
Natural color of furniture and pop of color with fun carpet
Natural color of furniture and pop with the carpet
“Colors” — jolenenk
2 Reviews
Cantoni-Riviera Style
Sarah’s help in transforming the outdated 1960s residence into a modern marvel. “It’s now the ultimate beach house,” says Sarah, “and finished in Cantoni from top to bottom—including new Bontempi cabinetry installed throughout.” To read the full story please visit: http://cantoni.com/updates/news/en
“Painting is beautiful” — deekaybee
Susan Jay Design
14 Reviews
Mid-Century Modern Ranch
accents/furniture, www.vintagebydounia.com offers a great range!
producer’s father made the table and chairs by hand in the 1950s. Jay camouflaged the steel beam by having it painted to look like the ceiling. Plexiglas chairs: Plush Pod; pendant lights: Modiss
funky 50's colors in furniture
“Barstool” — zeprover
RLH Studio
2 Reviews
Bulter's Pantry with German Silver Sink
the 1920's). It is German Silver and the space was designed around the sink. Thank you for your interest in our work!
“There’s nothing more Southern than a Shaker kitchen,” Bishop says. If you want a different feel, you can update this traditional cabinetry with modern, oversize drawer pulls.
cabinet with furniture style feet.
all in s/steel
“wow - what a sink” — junecoleman
Vintage Renewal
Loft shots
couch?” it’s easy for your first thought to be, “Have you lost it?” But by balancing it with neutral wood flooring and a variety of other colors to soak in some of the neon’s strength, this scene proves it can be done.
It’s even possible to introduce pink furniture and still create a space that feels masculine. When accented with a brown leather ottoman, white walls and contemporary artwork, this traditional sofa feels contemporary and toned down.
“basment studio” — marialisam
Antique Building Materials, Inc.
14 Reviews
Fletcher Horn @ ABMWOOD.COM ... Antique Materials
the 1800s and as early as circa 1780. We have found they pair well with granite and other hard surface counters. E rough sawn barn siding was stained and installed on the ceiling. Antique Heartpine flooring was milled to a narrow width and installed between the stone flooring. "HISTORY AVAILABLE FOR YOUR
tops or furniture, that was freshly sawn or sanded prior to finishing. We take tremendous pride in our work. Please contact me directly via Fletcher@abmwood.com if you would like to submit plans for a quote. Thank you very much for inquiring, Fletcher Ps. Respond via email and I can forward a PDF of our
late 1700s. Our price is $95 sf, for thicknesses of 1.50-1.75", and wide planks of 6-7", but can provide in wider planks if requested. Hope this helps. Good Luck! Fletcher Horn
“Floors” — wldflwr360
Design Manifest
Naomi's House
“There’s something hauntingly incredible about her on the screen,” Schreiner says. “She’s magical, luminous. You can’t take your eyes off her. No one on film has done that for me but her.”
solution for furniture too. It works well for pieces that might need to be moved around. You can find plenty of examples, like this lovely side table, at secondhand stores.But remember, bamboo doesn't have to stay a natural color — it can be brought up-to-date with a lick of paint. Consider an environmentally
“Eat the elephant - maybe add a sweet one like this cushion to your own decor...” — Amanda Webb
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