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Holly Marder
The home of Aafke
Ideabooks1,193
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kept all the walls white, but designed the bird wallpaper herself to “keep the space from looking boring,” she says. “The sparrows flying above the bed give the room a sense of calm,” she explains. “The birds look so real, they even confuse my cat. He sometimes tries to catch them!.” Graphic bedding
decals - they're whimsical without looking childish
Wallpaper prints keep a room from looking boring
kept all the walls white, but designed the bird wallpaper herself to “keep the space from looking boring,” she says. “The sparrows flying above the bed give the room a sense of calm,” she explains. “The birds look so real, they even confuse my cat. He sometimes tries to catch them!.” Graphic bedding and
“Assem bed cover” — Rana Assaf
Sweetlake Interior Design LLC
25 Reviews
Meadows - Downtown Houston
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Cornice board and two layers of draperies” “Like colors, window treatment, and headboard” “The "hotel look" - a cornice hides curtain hardware” “Like window treatment” “drapery with cornice” “cornice and curtains- matching solid” “Window draperies...Cornice board...bedroom cornice...color cornice 1.
and headboard” “The "hotel look" - a cor
colors "hotel look" for guest bedroom
“Main bedroom” — kuberanchetty
Carter Kay Interiors
1 Review
Atlanta, Georgia
Ideabooks9,887
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the sink) is a paneled dishwasher, that's why it has a black toe kick and a larger gap on the sides. The hardware is most likely from Amerock... Looks like Carrera marble tops...
Looks like ours, add some plant life?
Love the cupboards/how they look like furniture with legs.
The look subtly blends narrow dark interior steel mullions and white wood picture frame molding to guide the identity of this kitchen successfully to a fresh
Like modern look of the kitchen cabinets
help my home walk that fine line between past and present?"The look subtly blends narrow dark interior steel mullions and white wood picture frame molding to guide the identity of this kitchen successfully to a fresh yet traditional feel.The details and color could be read as traditional or modern. The
“casings color” — juliakgilbert29
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Sweetlake Interior Design LLC
25 Reviews
Meadows - Downtown Houston
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Cornice board and two layers of draperies” “Like colors, window treatment, and headboard” “The "hotel look" - a cornice hides curtain hardware” “Like window treatment” “drapery with cornice” “cornice and curtains- matching solid” “Window draperies...Cornice board...bedroom cornice...color cornice 1.
and headboard” “The "hotel look" - a cor
“Like the wallpaper in back of the bed. Colors are neutral, which I like” — pjthul
Chelsea Atelier Architect, PC
Lew Loft
Ideabooks3,991
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Try the Schon SCCCTL20 or Belle Foret BFCCTL20, I am just a contractor and these look identical to the sinks listed above. Good luck and hope it helps
Granite walls look beautiful. Especially matching the sink area, and shower areas.
Tile made to look like large slabs. Distinctive veining nice but perhaps a bit wide. prefer narrow veins.
Love this marble - looks fantastic
Tight grout joints to look like slab to save money
The designer used carefully chosen marble tiles placed just so on the floor and walls to create the look of a slab. I always appreciate discovering tricks for obtaining "the look for less," and this is a good one.
“Sink” — pgindles
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Regal Heights
Ideabooks1,224
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AFTER: "The kitchen looked as if it had doubled in size after taking down the upper cabinets," Meisels says. With open shelving, Meisels recommends storing a matching set of dishes to make the look more uniform. Note how neat and artistic the white china looks against the white tile
AFTER: "The kitchen looked as if it had doubled in size after taking down the upper cabinets," Meisels says. With open shelving, Meisels recommends storing a matching set of dishes to make the look more uniform. Note how neat and artistic the white china looks against the white tile and shelves here
here. Tip: "The best trick for kitchen storage is to keep what you use close at hand. The rest needs to be purged," Meisels says. "Items that are a must but hard to store, I keep in the basement — for example, that superhuge stock pot only used a couple of times a year."
“stylish” — ahmedmahran
Michael Abrams Limited
21 Reviews
Delaware Place
Ideabooks100K
Questions93
Michael. This is a stunning room. I am looking to make this design for my master bedroom. I wonder if you could suggest types of accent pieces for this room, and also what colors would you suggest which would keep in the warmth of this room? I have been looking at things like temple jars/vases but don't
do you draw up plans of what a room could look like?
Looking for someone to draw plans of what we could do with our house? We are not rich at all, trying to do renovations in stages. When money is available
I understand that it was custom made. I live in New Jersey and what you designed for your client is exactly what I am looking for my bedroom. Any suggestions? Thank you for your time. Beautiful work!
“Colour” — ninamer123
Valerie DeRoy Interiors, LLC
1 Review
Mount Paran
Ideabooks18,906
Questions15
I'm looking for the JC601 & JC602 Wampee Side Chairs and Arm Chairs. HELP
Hi @bronskibeat, see if any of the options listed in this question are similar to what you are looking for. http://www.houzz.com/questions/21643/Do-you-know-where-the-chairs-are-from-
I like the overall look of upholstery, drapes, colors
The transitional look won't necessarily suit color junkies. Warm neutrals rule: cream, taupe, tan, khaki, gray, with the occasional hint of chocolate or espresso brown thrown
Style Secret: Tone-on-Tone PalettesThe transitional look won't necessarily suit color junkies. Warm neutrals rule: cream, taupe, tan, khaki, gray, with the occasional hint of chocolate or espresso
strategic accents — for instance, you might repeat bright turquoise or saturated coral in a piece of artwork, a pair of lamps and a throw pillow or two.Look closer: This living area reads as monochromatic, yet it's anything but boring. The reason: Strong furniture carries the space, and there's just enough
“Curtains” — Creative Building Corporation
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