10,406 block print bedding Home Design Photos

Jules Duffy Designs
Sea of Blue
Ideabooks3,128
Questions5
originally had heavy burgundy drapes that blocked the light and covered up much of the beautiful molding around the windows. The new drapes are linen with a damask print that looks like it’s been splashed with water. “I like a fresh take on a classic,” Duffy says of the print.Distressed table legs anchor the
“Blue beading” — burban
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Daleet Spector Design
9 Reviews
Marina Del Rey, CA
Ideabooks12,956
Questions15
Where can I get that print?
Hello, which print are you referring to? If it's the pink one in the background it was previously owned by my client and I'm not sure where he got it.
block board
“Chalkboard” — tcepero
Michael Abrams Limited
22 Reviews
Miami-Master Bedroom C
Ideabooks12,955
Questions10
openings. For example, you will want to use drapery around French doors because of their functionality, while a roman shade will provide light filtering/blocking for a higher window.
Would like in red print
White and print drapes
“Like furniture arrangement” — mmyel2222
Tommy Chambers Interiors, Inc.
Mediterranean Classic
Ideabooks6,188
Questions5
Elegant drapes, pillows and rugs were sometimes made with heavier wovens to mimic the look of tapestry. Get this look: Purchase a few yards of a heavy, printed tapestry-inspired fabric to hang on your wall. This simple project just requires a sewn pocket hem on the top side of the fabric to suspend it from
Draperies. Draperies can be both sound absorbing and sound blocking. For sound absorption, look for heavy materials such as velvets and wools. And if there's a mass-loaded vinyl layer, even better.
Elegant drapes, pillows and rugs were sometimes made with heavier wovens to mimic the look of tapestry. Get this look: Purchase a few yards of a heavy, printed tapestry-inspired fabric to hang on your wall. This simple project just requires a sewn pocket hem on the top side of the fabric to suspend it from
“design” — lucymungai
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
50s remodel
Ideabooks2,267
Questions9
Have a fun print or bold pop of colour in the armchairs
I love the sleek roll up blinds so the view is not blocked but heavy curtains.
printed fabric
“rug” — colbymulvey
EJ Interior Design, Eugenia Jesberg
5 Reviews
Georgian Restoration
Ideabooks9,270
Questions11
Bi-fold Nana doors allow for an open space floor plan. Coffered ceilings to match the traditional style of the main house. Galbraith & Paul, hand blocked print fabrics. Limestone flooring.
+ pillow colors and print?
“Ventanas” — wilbertr
indi interiors
4 Reviews
Transitional Westchester Cottage
Ideabooks3,411
Questions2
Oooooh!! This reminds me of a combinatuon of our booth seating and daybed on The Block! You likey?
prints on wall
“Round table banquette” — gwu1993
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
19 Reviews
Lorraine Vale
Ideabooks29,547
Questions29
Hello-so sorry for the delay in this response-I just now noticed it. The linen print fabric was purchased through Kravet Riad in Dune, the contrast orange is Duralee. Thank you for your question, Lorraine
Color blocked slipcovers
Printed chair
“armoire” — boushela
Love the tree print above the bed! Where is it from?
My mother has clipped this image from 2 different magazines, most recently from Cottage and Bungalows March. She would love to find out where she can get...
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