2,386,791 TRADITIONAL DESIGN Home Design Photos

ibrahim radwan
utopia projects
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TextilesIndia is rightfully famous for its textiles. Many modern designers (Madeline Weinrib, John Robshaw) and even companies like Hermès have turned to Indian textiles, in all their patterned, sequined, metallic-trimmed glory, for inspiration.
living room ambiance (Traditional design)
living ambiance (Traditional design)
The colors and design overall
INdia wood designs...WALL DESIGN
“Golden walls? White screen” — whiterabbitrage
R Brant Design
Camino Santander, Santa Fe Residence
Ideabooks528
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Santa Fe style home, we like the mix of modern furniture with traditional design, the light colors and sunlight.
Favorite photo. Like the light woods in ceiling and floor, sunlight, and mix of modern furniture with more traditional design.
R Brant Design
“Color palate, furnishings,!!!!!!!!!” — caccaloeb
Daniel Contelmo Architects
20 Reviews
Classic Informality
Ideabooks120K
Questions60
Classic Informality A traditionally designed New York home combines formal and informal spaces to suit a busy family's lifestyle Photographer: Roger William Photography Stylist: Anna Molvik
Love this bathroom. It looks like there is wood behind the faucets, rather than a traditional marble or
Hi, we have a more traditional space it's 72 inches. Can you tells where the vanity is from and if the shelving on the counter is part of the vanity? Thank you!
Hi, love it. Have this design from 25 yr old set up. But, over the counter long ugly lighting. Is the lighting here adequate for the women in the house who want good lighting? thanx
Just had to say this carpentry work is beautifully designed!
gut and totally redo this bathroom no tub just shower no window..would like something traditional but dramatic..
“Love this. Look at all the storage.” — Phil Brojan
Design Group Three
5 Reviews
Trendy Kitchen with Greenfield Cabinetry
Ideabooks60
Questions0
takes on old classics") in interior design & furniture design refers to a blend of traditional and contemporary styles, midway between old world traditional & the world of chrome & glass contemporary; incorporating lines which are less ornate than traditional designs, but not as severely basic as contemporary
requested design genre. In fact, in 2012, for the first time ever since the NKBA started keeping track, Transitional beat out Traditional as the most requested style by homeowners. What exactly is affordably luxury? You are witnessing it in these photos. Discover it via Milwaukee's Design Group Three
contemporary lines. As a result transitional designs are classic, timeless, and clean. Lucky, lucky kitchen. Greenfield Cabinetry's interpretation of Midwestern Modern. Seasoned Design Group Three designer & owner, Alan Freysinger's design details take their cues from your lifestyle, as reflected in this
“perhaps a wine fridge in the island ?? on the end so it faces the entry ?” — logboom
Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction
7 Reviews
Master Suite Hallway
Ideabooks837
Questions1
We are building a house and I was trying to find this door panel design, but I'm having a little difficulty finding one that looks like these doors. What company are these doors from? Thank you!
extremes, two-, three-, four- and five-panel doors are all possible. The more panels, the more traditional the design. A three-panel door like the ones shown here is appropriate for a more formal and traditional space.
fairly simple and yet still lend themselves to a formal/traditional aesthetic.
the more panels, the more traditional
A three-panel door like the ones shown here is appropriate for a more formal and traditional space.
extremes, two-, three-, four- and five-panel doors are all possible. The more panels, the more traditional the design.A three-panel door like the ones shown here is appropriate for a more formal and traditional space.
“doors” — Kevin Webb
Janet Paik
Jr. League Park Lane House
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The inspiration for decorating this expansive traditional 1970s home in Atherton was classic Christmas style. The front porch features holiday accents that are part of the family's annual traditional decor, including decorative pillows on the porch swing, fresh garland and an oversized wreath. Photo:
Love this entrance idea and design
Exterior front idea for older home or traditional twist for contemporary home
glass front doors and design on them
love the design, the bluestone, the swing!, the double steps and the wreath hung where it is in the opening
Classic, Traditional ChristmasDesigner: Richard Westbrook Interior DesignThe inspiration for decorating this expansive traditional home in Atherton was classic Christmas style. The front porch features holiday accents that are part of the family's annual traditional decor, including decorative pillows
“White planter” — kellyaro
Markay Johnson Construction
3 Reviews
Atherton, California Luxury Home by Markay Johnson Construction
Ideabooks6,239
Questions18
Named for its enduring beauty and timeless architecture – Magnolia is an East Coast Hampton Traditional design. Boasting a main foyer that offers a stunning custom built wall paneled system that wraps into the framed openings of the formal dining and living spaces. Attention is drawn to the fine tile
inviting in its qualities, comfort of living, and finest of details. Builder: Markay Johnson Construction Architect: John Stewart Architects Designer: KFR Design
Love the design. Would love to have the bar stool manufacturer. thanks
Did you use recessed LED lights in the kitchen design? If so, what kelvin temperature did you use with the counter tops? Thanks so much
treatments. You can contact the designer for information at http://www.houzz.com/pro/kfrdesign/kfr-design. Best, Markay Johnson Construction
“kitchen shape” — jillblonde
Markay Johnson Construction
3 Reviews
Atherton, California Luxury Home by Markay Johnson Construction
Ideabooks18,043
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Named for its enduring beauty and timeless architecture – Magnolia is an East Coast Hampton Traditional design. Boasting a main foyer that offers a stunning custom built wall paneled system that wraps into the framed openings of the formal dining and living spaces. Attention is drawn to the fine tile
inviting in its qualities, comfort of living, and finest of details. Builder: Markay Johnson Construction Architect: John Stewart Architects Designer: KFR Design
KFR Design - is the interior designer for this project and can assist you in all your interior design needs, we enjoy working with KFR and team. Best, Markay Johnson Construction
There are three different materials used in this shower. Calcutta marble, limestone and glass tiles. Please contact KFR Design for more information on this and other interior design services at kfrdesign@yahoo.com or at 408.279.8355.
“shower” — ahaelen
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