126,533 calm feeling Home Design Photos

KATE JOHNS AIA
5 Reviews
19th Century Farmhouse Renovation; updated photos by Mick Hales
Ideabooks479
Questions3
Monochromatic color scheme, general feel of room
“renov harwood” — anne marie
Burnham Design
Betsy Burnham
Ideabooks10,457
Questions17
floral design. The consistency of the color palette is the key to the calm feel.
floral design. The consistency of the color palette is the key to the calm feel
floral design. The consistency of the color palette is the key to the calm feel.
Introduce pattern and movement. In this calm, traditional living room, movement and pattern are introduced by a rug with
color & feel of the room
“Colos” — corinacornnuts
MuseInteriors
8 Reviews
Blue/Cream Bedroom
Ideabooks120K
Questions36
palette. Cooler colors in the same tones feel instantly relaxing. Blues, grays and greens are especially calming. Feel free to add dimension with texture, but
tranquility and produces a calming effect. It is good for the mind-body connection. Think of the sea and the sky and the calming effect of being outdoors
Sometimes the best place to nap is in your bedroom, as it’s designed to be a calming, restful sanctuary that offers privacy and a space free of noisy distractions
the best place for napping is in the bedroom, as it’s designed to be a calming, restful sanctuary that offers privacy and one that is free of distractions
“Bench & curtains on rings” — suellentroup
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3 Reviews
Residential Building | Martelange
Ideabooks9,174
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material produces a calm feeling. The large 12-by-24 tile reduces the amount of grout lines, adding to this bathroom's expansive feel. And the simplicity
colours and making a space "feel small" This bathroom is a great example of the use of a dark tile with natural hues that make it feel warm and inviting.
in this bathroom. The lighter color of the sloped ceiling makes the room feel more open, too.
material produces a calm feeling. The large 12-by-24 tile reduces the amount of grout lines, adding to this bathroom's expansive feel. And the simplicity
in this bathroom. The lighter color of the sloped ceiling makes the room feel more open, too.
“Total edel, ein schwarz gehaltenes Bad wirkt schlicht und sachlich” — retrofuturedesign
Mark Newman Design
Family Room
Ideabooks14,231
Questions17
Layers of beige — from a very light cream to a dark tan — add to the airy, calm feeling of this room.
Layers of beige, room feels cool and calm
Layers of beige — from a very light cream to a dark tan — add to the airy, calm feeling of this room.
versatile shade works well indoors and out by maintaining a light and airy feel.WHY IT WORKS: It goes with everything and never goes out of fashion.WHERE
“wheeling neutral” — sbeldiman
Louise de Miranda
A perfectly pale interior with Nordic influences
Ideabooks1,206
Questions1
Natural textures and pale hues set the interior’s tone, creating a calm and cozy feel. Pillow with trees: Fine Little Day
Natural textures and pale hues set the interior’s tone, creating a calm and cosy feel. Pillow with trees: Fine Little Day
Like the nordic feel.
“Xmad dec” — michellewilliams3
Sally Caroline
Sinclair Residence
Ideabooks245
Questions0
their home to carry a calm feel but include charismatic elements.“The idea in this home was to keep the palette still quite calm and sophisticated but
Sophisticated calm. You like things classy, but fuss free. Casual elegance is your mantra and
Our style?? Sophisticated calm.
“window” — kjonesmak
Verandah House
Sorrento Residence
Ideabooks284
Questions1
of greenery and interesting little natural accessories evoke a calming, effortless feel.
“tableaux!” — ckoffi
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