10,209 Portraits and Fine Art Home Design Photos

Margaret L. Norcott, Allied ASID
2 Reviews
Girls Bedroom & Bath
space was very large for a 2nd floor bedroom and had an attached full bath. It was wonderful to see all my ideas pulled together through the use of art, paint, texture, fabrics, to the rug and furniture. Each piece was integral in completing the overall look and feel of the space. Photo Credit: Burt
I think I had her website incorrect above here but the the artist can be found at Pryor Fine Art in Atlanta and the artist name is Kenson. www.pryorfineart.com Thanks again for stopping by my Houzz page. :) ~Margaret L. Norcott, Allied ASID
thanks Margaret...The paintings found a lovely home!...most of my available newer images can also be found on my KensonMarbut facebook art page. or www.kensonart.com.
“girls room” — lmillan31
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Annette English
Manhattan Beach Sanctuary
curtains on fine wrought iron poles mirror backed cabinets
piece of art that makes a statement and assign it as your new focal point. Keep secondary accents to a minimum.
In some rooms, a piece of artwork makes such a statement that the other elements in the room seem to be specifically centered around it. We love choosing that pivotal piece of art first,
“Curtain height” — abbygayl
Leslie Fine Interiors
Brownstone Makeover
indoor-outdoor fabric from Holly Hunt.To brighten the space, Fine placed a creamy oversize ottoman in the center of the room, covered with a faux leather from Robert Allen. The piece doubles for both seating and serving. “It’s really stylish,” Fine says, “but you can wipe it with a sponge.”Sofa: Dakota Jackson;
The aqua fabric was so delectable, Fine didn’t want to distract from it by introducing any other colors. “Using layers of the cream and the blue really worked beautifully and really made the blue stand out,” says the designer, who kept pattern to a minimum so her star wouldn’t be upstaged. Echoes of
“color” — cbb6b
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
2013 Holiday House NYC
you are planning to add art, to make sure it is framed
level, as “most people hang art too high,” she says.
some dark liquor is just waiting to be served in that beautiful crystal. If you don’t have a cart, a side table with a lower shelf will serve you just fine.
come home and feel like you are on an awesome 1980's night time soap opera like Dynasty. If no cart, a side table with a lower shelf will serve just fine.
some dark liquor is just waiting to be served in that beautiful crystal. If you don’t have a cart, a side table with a lower shelf will serve you just fine.See how to spruce up a bar cart
“Bookcase niche” — perzad
Beckwith Interiors
4 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
They look like Fine Art Lamps Quadralli One Light Sconce, but they look silvery in the photo above, and are listed as bronze on line... http://www.allmodern.com/Fine-Art-Lamps-Quadralli-One-Light-Wall-Sconce-330950-XFA1449.html. Oh wait, I found
heavenly! The large chandeliers fill the space without overwhelming the feel of the room. This entire design is a work of art.
“Sonos” — bonniedowler
Branca, Inc.
Master Hallway
Can you tell me the color from Fine Paints of Europe?
darker). While this won't replicate lacquer's sheen exactly, it's a good compromise if you don't have the budget or inclination for the real thing. Fine Paints of Europe also makes a lacquer-finish paint, though it's very pricey.
amazing art exhibit want one.. either hall Oye bedroom
“table” — eilishboisvert
KKC Fine Homes
The Strand
we have similar on remotestylist.com - what colour/material and size are you interested in? Email that with your location (zip fine) and this link and I can pull options for you - kelly@remotestylist.com
sorry rachelkarger i am not sure the home owner provided the art
KKC Fine Homes...railroad art...Art right wall
“Train set” — shanehord
Robert Granoff
7 Reviews
living room
love style of table sofas are fine too but doesnt like velvet texture
demonstrates that velvet can be urban and sophisticated. The grey velvet upholstery stays slick and chic, thanks to clean-cut sofa designs and edgy art. If you’ve steered clear of velvet because you thought it might be a bit fussy, here’s the proof that it’s a very versatile fabric.
“table” — csuegiles
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