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elle design
1 Review
Colour Burst
Transform a dresser, cabinet or bookshelf with this popular and easy-to-use paint, then write on labels. Or just use the surface for your little one's artistic creations.See how to make your own chalkboard paint
“Love this for Ben's room” — Lisa Grund
Chelsea Apartment
And what of the magnificent blue-green abstract oil painting above the sofa? It's one of his most treasured pieces, though he doesn't know who the artist is. “I treat it like a Picasso! Right now it's being cleaned and reframed.”
“Arrangement” — shilaryevents
SVOYA studio
Interior design 3
Bedroom whimsy. A wall mural like this relies not on the deft hand of an artist, but on the talents of someone who can apply wallpaper like a pro. This Wall&Deco wallpaper is sure to make you float away to dreamland without a care in the world.
“headboard and nightstand” — ritapaul13
Elizabeth Gordon
Hollywood Residence
This image of a plane is from artist Jeffrey Millstein's The Jet As Art series. These make a great choice for a child's room...
“color” — Abigail Wasimin
Corine Maggio Natural Designs
10 Reviews
Moonlight Beach - California
10. Use nautical color schemes with a pop artist's eye. So far I've shown rooms that are almost exclusively monochromatic, but you can have an updated look that includes bold color. The navy shag rug grounds the room here, while bright red chairs stand out atop it. The rest of the elements in the room
“Navy rug” — bevnowak
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Eat-in Kitchen
objects. You could always go the DIY art route, but some of us (read: me) aren't that motivated. Browse the directory of professionals on Houzz to find artists who offer inexpensive works or source originals from local art shows, art students and online vendors. You can also hang favorite finds, from plates
“Chandelier” — DL Custom Designs
Benedict August
2 Reviews
Modern Nursery
Paper a whole wallBroaden your child’s horizons — artistically or geographically — with an inspiring image that covers an entire wall. Here, a world map makes a colourful addition to this room, but the soft
“Color” — lholter
Tim Davies Landscaping
In smaller garden designs we can also see the influence of the artist. As in the previous garden, blocks of plantings in rectangular beds create flat planes that are demarcated by noncolor masonry dividing walls here
“Cactus” — lindachilcote
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