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Storer Designs
10 Reviews
Marlboro renovation
Ideabooks1
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Serene and balanced describe this lovely
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.
22 Reviews
Living room
Ideabooks4,022
Questions8
I love this coffee table! Can you tell me where I can find it? Thanks!
Love the room divider! Where is it from?
I love this coffee table, where can I get something similar?
I love this coffee table, where can I get something similar in
otherwise calm and serene setting.” “The phenomenal screen in this room probably uses authentic gold leaf, and adds a perfect dose of opulence to an otherwise calm and serene setting.” “dose of opulence to an otherwise calm and serene setting” “dose of opulence to an otherwise calm and serene setting.”
What is gold leaf? Gold leaf is sometimes confused with metal leaf, but they are different products. Metal leaf typically describes thin sheets of metal (of any color) that do not contain real gold. Gold leaf is made of real gold. I use gold-colored metal leaf for most projects
“Gold leaf” — Arcadio González Sotelo
Kim Armstrong
12 Reviews
Blue Bedroom
Ideabooks20,934
Questions26
I love the cottage, beachy feel.
Where can I buy this duvet cover or something similar. Love, love, love the color!
Love everything! Where is the bedding from?
Love the bedding and pillows!!! Where is the floral bedding and the darling accent pillows from?
I love the duvet cover -- what is the
It looks very similar to Benjamin Moore Starry Night Blue I used in my dining room several years ago and I'm still loving it.
Hi, what is this blue color called? Is it Benjamin Moore? Love it.
Very talented! Love the paint color too
Smalt is a deep blue pigment typically used in ceramics. Smalt is a glass that is created when cobalt salts are added to molten glass. It has a very subtle purple undertone but is better described as a pure blue.
“Dark blue and white” — laurkitty
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Guest Bedroom
Ideabooks8,887
Questions5
built-in wall unit keeps clutter tucked out of sight behind slick drawer fronts, creating a serene mood.
CHAD LIEBERMAN LAWSUIT, INTERIOR DESIGNER CHAD LOVE LIEBERMAN, CHAD LOVE, MIT, 2010
The serenity of minimalism. Storing everything out of sight in the wall
drawer fronts, creating a serene mood.
I like the total simplicity of the space and the whimsical wall decs. White, white....love it!
draw the eye to the window and the view beyond. The neat built-in wall unit keeps clutter tucked out of sight behind slick drawer fronts, creating a serene mood.
Adding the flowers tips the scale slightly to the right, giving the smaller artwork more weight and balancing the space. Leave one of those objects out of the photo and the weight will be off balance.
“Wal to wall” — dmoorc
Artisan Books
Marrakesh by Design Morrocan Homes Maryam Montague
Ideabooks3,403
Questions6
love this lighting, where can i get some like this, cheap if poss
I love the Moroccan rug? Where can I get one?
There are a few online (not exact but similar). You can look up modern furniture, and describe the lights. I don't know the price though.
Love these lights where could I find these?
Workman Publishing/Artisan Books Balance textures. Too many chipped, aged and rough textures in one room can make your space feel more like a flea market than like the fresh, inspired room you were going for. Balance worn and aged pieces
love the idea of having several different light fixtures above the table.
Balance textures. Too many chipped, aged and rough textures in one room can make your space feel more like a flea market than like the fresh, inspired room you were going for. Balance worn
“Tv cabinet” — pinpointparade
Holly Marder
The home of Romy and Ilya
Ideabooks1,763
Questions1
Lovely floor. Like the light color. Is it wood or tile?
Balance pastels with plenty of white space. White walls and floors create a serene envelope for a room filled with pops of pastels. The living space shown here manages to feel calm — even though a range of hues is used — thanks to the light wooden furniture and white paint.
1. Balance pastels with plenty of white space. White walls and floors create a serene envelope for a room filled with pops of pastels. The living space shown here manages to feel calm — even
Balance pastels with plenty of white space. White walls and floors create a serene envelope for a room filled with pops of pastels. The living space shown here manages to feel calm — even though a range
“les pastels: meubles, accessoires et coloration” — aliciadagata
J. Hirsch Interior Design, LLC
1 Review
J. Hirsch Interior Design Portfolio
Ideabooks130K
Questions86
What is the best way to describe the color and type of curtains to the store? I would love to get as close if not the same curtains
I love, love, love this room! After browsing so many photos I always come back to this one. I would love to take elements from this room for my master bedroom. My question is: I'm a little bit of afraid of
love the headboard!! What size is it and how did you cover with no seams?
Love this room!!!!!!! It looks so inviting:)
Love the color of pillows on bed, where can I find them
I love your style and ideas! I live in Annapolis, MD. Can you recommend an interior designer in the Washington, DC area?
can you please share where you found the rug? and curtains? This is so lovely!
“Peaceful colors” — jane850
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
Ideabooks7,712
Questions5
Love the white and accents of pink
Love the layers, but what would you do with all the pillows?
love the shabby soft feel of this look
Swap out your bright or patterned bedding for a serene pastel set, whether it be all the sheets or simply a dust ruffle. Both your bedroom and night’s rest will seem more peaceful.
2. Tone. When balancing the weight of a room, you have to take the color tones into account. Deeper, darker tones
..) is balanced and there is not too much weight on one end of the bed or another.
combination of the two must be in balance. In this case, imagine you are color blind and can only see the depth of color. Most of the colors in this space and light and bright, save the bouquet at the head of the bed and the chair at the foot of the bed. The deep tones balance each other so that the scale
“White on white” — Janet Forsythe
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