32,865 brushed cotton Home Design Photos

Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
Buckhead
Ideabooks13,657
Questions23
class were decorating homes with a particular refinement. They followed popular trends of the time that promoted style and elegance. Tassels of silk, cotton and wool were in abundance, trimming everything from furniture and draperies to ladies' shoes.
“Tufted sofa in solid pale, cushions in pattern. Dark wood with pale room for contrast.” — cat471
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Kerrie L. Kelly
44 Reviews
Young Family Home
Ideabooks3,803
Questions10
Kids Personalized Red Cotton One Seater Bean
“Bow window 1” — onaest
Elle Cole & Associates
Media Room - Modern Lifestyle - Family
Ideabooks9,723
Questions5
linen and cotton textiles.
“Family roon” — Karen Beckman
Decorating Den Interiors- Corporate Headquarters
Dream Room Contest (2013)
Ideabooks7,040
Questions4
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“because of the baskets on the shelf” — vishnu9
eric marcus studio
Alys Beach - partial interiors
Ideabooks648
Questions1
couch covers of linnen or cotton
“Floor lamp” — mommadebsue
Wheat's Landscape
Hume
Ideabooks4,918
Questions5
Stucco color is cotton ,we just done our new home and the finish is called , lime stone
“stone trim around windows but for a garage door” — aimeegay
Amanda Carol Interiors
Crest Court
Ideabooks4,538
Questions14
@trishgraf The clients already had the rug before we started the project. I believe you can find something similar at Pottery Barn. Its a jute rug with cotton banding on the edge.
“Chandelier” — timothymbates
Period Homes, Inc.
2009 Southern Accents Showhome
Ideabooks5,318
Questions7
makes indoor-outdoor fabrics water resistant?These textiles are woven from synthetic materials such as acrylic and polyester, natural fibers such as cotton or a combination of the two. They're treated with a chemical coating that wards off water and stains, as well as protects against mold, mildew and
“like how pictures are arranged above the lamps” — lisarodriguez63
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