22,214 british colonial Home Design Photos

Williams-Sonoma Home
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Williams Sonoma Home Spring 2009 British Colonial
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living, British Colonial infuses classic English style with tropical prints, patterns and textures. Dark woods and neutral fabrics create a warm base for bold motifs, cane weaves and accents in warm spice colors. The result is a setting of unhurried luxury and unmistakable island character.
possible front room idea. British colonial
Sonoma British Cololian West Indies look
elements of British formality with dark woods and turned elements. Get this look: Classic cane chairs are an easily accessible furniture piece that can help you get the British Colonial look in your home. Try using a chair or two as an accent in a modern room, or immerse yourself in this style by matching
exotic british colonial looking room become a reality...
“rug” — tlediard
Baysix Design
Punta del Este Beach House
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British empire style. Love the elephant pillow
British colonial style. I think it is the palms and the animal prints. Awesome.
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british colonial sun!
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British Colonial...colonial style
“The items arranged behind lounge” — shelbeltel
Charlie Barnett Associates
Piedmont Residence
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of the British colonies in Africa at the turn of the century. Great styling.
Wow. Seems I like British Colonial
British colonial... I like the theme.
windows, British India feel
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rattan and british colonial
Light. Palms. Colonial.
british colonial...Br colonial
“Wall color” — diesmore
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Wendi Young Design
Wendi Young Design
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British colonial style in pale hues and dark furniture
lighter colors - tans, light blues, greens, whites contrast nicely w/ darker furniture for traditional British Colonial look; might look good with Susan's painting
traditional British Colonial interior. These airy hues helped colonial house-dwellers psychologically combat the overwhelming tropical heat.Get this look: Concentrate on subtle shades inspired by the tropics. Pale greens, blues, tans, creams and whites will contrast beautifully against darker furnishings
“Rug, wall color” — Laura Davis
Becky Harris
Barclay Butera Living on the Coast
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Butera's penchant for British colonial style shows through in this room, which brings some Indian Ocean influence and
penchant for British colonial style shows through in this room, which brings some Indian Ocean influence and the texture of an exotic Indonesian cane bed to its elegant surroundings. Glass table lamps with linen shades are a coastal classic no matter which ocean you're gazing upon.
penchant for British colonial style shows through in this room, which brings some Indian Ocean influence and the texture of an exotic Indonesian cane bed to its elegant surroundings. Glass table lamps with linen shades are a coastal classic no matter which ocean you're gazing upon.
Living the British colonial lifestyle has given her a keen eye for the style, which you can enjoy in her book, Island Life.
“Ceiling” — Brooke McKernan
Zuniga Interiors
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Zuniga Interiors
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British colonial bedroom, terra cotta throw, botanical print
French or British colonial
British colonial bed
British West Indies Bedroom
great british colonial design
Has a British campaign feel
for a British Colonial inspired bedroom. A crisp framed botanical print and wood plank backdrop completes the look and sets the mood for daydreaming.
British Colonial
“Love” — susandebellis
Cooper Johnson Smith Architects and Town Planners
Purdum Residence
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draws upon British Colonial precedents in the West Indies with masonry-stucco walls, a standing seam metal hip roof with a kick at the eaves, a wooden balcony supported by wood brackets on the more public street facade, and a wooden gallery atop hefty masonry columns framed with wood brackets on the more
use in British West Indies design
british colonial is our kind of cosy
In the British West Indies, local craftspeople pared down the type of furnishings that the British were used to and used local woods like teak, ebony and mahogany, which could stand up to the elements without warping, They also added local techniques like caning. Finally, they were known to throw in some
queen) with British Colonial design. Caning, rattan, reed and sisal were often used to add an interesting contrast against traditional darker furniture. Get this look: Woven window shades, rugs and wallpapers can all help add depth, interest and texture to your space. Look for natural fibers, such as rattan
“cieling” — harvey19
Cooper Johnson Smith Architects, Inc.
My Favorite Interiors
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British Colonial mix is another idea to consider
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“Arched windows with wood” — honeynorthwest
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