1,378 cancer awareness Home Design Photos

frank pitman designs
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glam dance studio
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Dining Area of Glam Dance Studio, featuring pink croc banquette, hammered nickel table base, breast cancer awareness chairs. Studio designed for professional dancer, and sleeps six.
that's is cool for beast cancer awareness
Breast cancer chairs?
breast cancer awareness
“Hot hot pink decor” — egrady00
Rikki Snyder
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Dyfari Interiors
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She used a brown herringbone fabric wall covering from Phillip Jeffries and incorporated pink accents throughout the space in honor of breast cancer awareness. All sewing items, as well as the drawings on the wall, are from Guariglia's father.
“Picture frame” — easy-solutions@hotmail.com
Edmunds Studios Photography, Inc.
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2014 Breast Cancer Awareness House, Milw. WI
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2014 Breast Cancer Awareness House, Milw. WI
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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Edmunds Studios Photography, Inc.
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2014 Breast Cancer Awareness House, Milw. WI
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2014 Breast Cancer Awareness House, Milw. WI
“colors” — luvly123
Elizabeth Dinkel
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Veranda Showcase House
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regulates sleep cycles and sexual development and may even help prevent cancer. A few things to consider about lighting: The darker the room, the better you sleep. You should not be able to see your hand after you turn off the lights. Be aware of light pollution sources, including streetlights, nightlights
“nice headboard” — bstrbrn
Van H. Robinson
Chicago Single Family Residence Various Rooms
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regulates sleep cycles and sexual development and may even help prevent cancer. A few things to consider about lighting:The darker the room, the better you sleep. You should not be able to see your hand after you turn off the lights.Be aware of light pollution sources, including streetlights, nightlights, hall
“Curtains” — gghack
Hillary Thomas Designs
1960's Washington D.C. Townhouse
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your bookcase. Black is classic, but nearly black-blue, green and gray are chic choices as well. High-gloss paint creates a glamorous look, but be aware that it will also make every flaw show up — so use high gloss only if your shelves are in great shape."
your bookcase. Black is classic, but nearly black-blue, green and gray are chic choices as well. High-gloss paint creates a glamorous look, but be aware that it will also make every flaw show up — so use high gloss only if your shelves are in great shap
your bookcase. Black is classic, but nearly black-blue, green and gray are chic choices as well. High-gloss paint creates a glamorous look, but be aware that it will also make every flaw show up — so use high gloss only if your shelves are in great shape.
“书房书架” — kakyo
Auhaus Architecture
Bluff House Living
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and copper lining. The window frames sit deep within the walls — up to 12 inches (300 millimeters). Fitzpatrick intended this detail to heighten awareness of the outdoor surroundings.
and copper lining. The window frames sit deep within the walls — up to 12 inches (300 millimeters). Fitzpatrick intended this detail to heighten awareness of the outdoor surroundings. Lounge chair: Cuoio Lounge, Eoos; wall sconce: custom
match the timber and copper lining. The window frames sit deep within the walls – up to 300 millimetres. Fitzpatrick intended this detail to heighten awareness of the outdoor surroundings. Lounge chair: Cuoio Lounge, Eoos; wall sconce: custom
to match the timber and copper lining. The window frames sit deep within the walls — up to 12 inches. Fitzpatrick intended this detail to heighten awareness of the outdoor surroundings. Lounge chair: Cuoio Lounge, Eoos; wall sconce: custom
“Flooring” — cynthiabui
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