50,288 accessories. Home Design Photos

The Couture Rooms
1 Review
Layering textures is key to opulance
If you are unsure on how to arrange your accessories, just go for balance. You can easily accomplish this by using pairs. In this space, a large mirror anchors two orange ottomans and two topiaries, creating effortless, exact balance.
“Wall mirror and ledge” — nishmashah
Architects Magnus
3 Reviews
jewell - lounge
Complement a lengthy room with wide accessories. Long, narrow rooms ultimately create a lot of spacious walls, so fill them with wide artwork and double-wide fireplaces. Choose artwork in a bold
“Paint” — alehsor
Gregory Davies Photography
8 Reviews
for interior designers. Groups of three items in varying heights always seem to work together, and it’s a trick that’s applied to more than just accessories. This silver pouffe would look a little lonely – and tiny – without the couple of rustic side tables standing beside it.
“La pared” — jdmujica
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Living Room
The muted chartreuse ottoman bench and a few accessories add just the right amount of brightness to this fun and sophisticated living space.
“rug” — giftus
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
Paton Terrace Kitchen
Against a dark or patterned wall or backsplash, white accessories make the stonework or wall covering stand out.
“Bar stools” — umccarthy
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
White Brick Mediterranean
alcove that’s looking a little dull? In a small area you can afford to pave it with interesting, high-end Moroccan tiles. Here, plain walls and spare accessories let the floor do the talking.
“Tile” — margenett
Bruce Clodfelter and Associates
4 Reviews
Bruce's Garden
work as a social hub with kids and neighbours, so don’t overlook this area as a space to transform with the simple addition of some furniture and accessories. Here, the Adirondack chair and rattan seats are both comfy and relaxing – a perfect place to watch the world go by.
“Siding - sw fenland” — bgallagher007
Rock Spring Design Group LLC (David Verespy, ASLA)
Scotts Cove
Keep the height lower than the wider fence line, but still high enough to keep kids and pets out. The chicken wire is also a great (and practical) accessory for this installation.
“Higher with netting” — delbhaug
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