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Zuniga Interiors
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Zuniga Interiors
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came home in our suitcase and love it.
British colonial bedroom, terra cotta throw, botanical print
French or British colonial
British colonial bed
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.
a new home halfway around the world.
table decor...British Colonial...decorative pillows...wall decor
“Love this painted Pecky cypress” — tfw3
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
sustainable home that respects the context and climate, maximizes energy-efficiency and minimizes environmental impact. The simple massing and layout of this house with its simple and flexible spaces can accommodate many different family types and lifestyles and can even change uses as market demands change
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
“the arm chairs and ceiling fan” — lagunaproject
Envision Web
Black Banks Plantation
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Spanish colonial system along the northern frontier of greater Spanish Florida. In the 1600s St. Simons became home to two Spanish missions: San Buenaventura de Guadalquini, on the southern tip of the island, and Santo Domingo de Asao (or Asajo), on the northern tip. Located on the inland side of the island
abandoned. Colonial History As Fort Frederica early as 1670, with Great Britain's establishment of the colony of Carolina and its expansion into Georgia territory, Spanish rule was threatened by the English. The Georgia coast was considered "debatable land" by England and Spain, even though Spain had
to the British throne, Frederick Louis, prince of Wales, on the west side of St. Simons Island to protect Savannah and the Carolinas from the Spanish threat. Between 1736 and 1749 Fort Frederica was the hub of British military operations along the Georgia frontier. A town of the same name grew up around
“Lounge” — Di Butterworth
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Black Banks Plantation
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Spanish colonial system along the northern frontier of greater Spanish Florida. In the 1600s St. Simons became home to two Spanish missions: San Buenaventura de Guadalquini, on the southern tip of the island, and Santo Domingo de Asao (or Asajo), on the northern tip. Located on the inland side of the island
abandoned. Colonial History As Fort Frederica early as 1670, with Great Britain's establishment of the colony of Carolina and its expansion into Georgia territory, Spanish rule was threatened by the English. The Georgia coast was considered "debatable land" by England and Spain, even though Spain had
to the British throne, Frederick Louis, prince of Wales, on the west side of St. Simons Island to protect Savannah and the Carolinas from the Spanish threat. Between 1736 and 1749 Fort Frederica was the hub of British military operations along the Georgia frontier. A town of the same name grew up around
“side tables” — dimples928
Period Homes, Inc.
2009 Southern Accents Showhome
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elegant homes. Get this look: Take a trip to your local nursery or home improvement store and buy some dramatic palms or ferns for a couple of rooms in your house. Do your research first, and find a houseplant that will fit your home and lifestyle best. You'd be surprised how much a few well-placed palms
Colonial LushThe plantation colonial look is its own style. Think 19th-century English design meets the tropics. It's a mix of buttoned up and completely wild. This room, with its unruly palms and bird cages, is a perfect example.
add to a British Colonial interior.
dream decor is a casual beach style or something closer to the formal splendor of a Victorian palm court, Kentia palm can help you get there.
“Plants” — mporiol
Barefoot Design Group, LLC
A' La Mer - Family Room
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in my home. My ceilings are 8 ft.
cotta in British West Indies style
British Colonial Style and colors
Table & chairs. British colonial
British Colonial/Beachy
Ceiling, decor, wood trim
white decor...vacation home
“pavers, ceiling fans & bannister” — lagunaproject
Kelley & Company Home
Beach House
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how to decorate around it .Thanks
California beach house British colonial isles
More British Colonial touches abound in this casual beach house. "People either love the zebra rug in here or hate it," declares the decorator Kelly Motschenbacher. "There is no in-between!"
embraces British colonial design, which is much less formal than the prevailing stuffy styles on the isle of Great Britain at the time it was developed.
“fireplace decor” — mdhalberg
Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Ewing House Colonial Williamsburg
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by the British in the early 1700s, and we've clearly come to love everything about its simplicity and ability to mix with different types of traditional decor. The Ewing House and other historic homes in Colonial Williamsburg are open for guest stays throughout the year. Read more about lodging options
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in the home: They're paired with a writing desk in the guest room, placed bedside in the blue and white room and play a supporting role to wingback chairs in the previous photo. Here, the chairs are the porch seating of choice for tea; their ebony hue brings out the dark colors of the shutters, the nearby
“Back deck” — chjfe10
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