15,495 candle Home Design Photos

David Ludwig - Architect
2 Reviews
David Ludwig Studios
Whatever the porch, good seating and lighting matters. And that's just the basics. For a spectacular porch experience, provide citronella candles to ward off evening insects, background music to float out into the dusk, and a pitcher of something to drink.
“Not style but space” — larchie3
Loudoun County Interior Designer
We specialize in universal and sustainable design. We believe that the interior environment should be functional, affordable, accessible, sustainable - AND attractive and welcoming!
Holly Marder
Houzz Tour: Cheerful family home shines with vintage touches
Above the vintage dresser hangs a 1966 original print of Zwolsman’s father, a piece he discovered in his parents' attic. Simple framed photos, candles and a fresh white orchid keep the vignette uncluttered and classic.
“Chandelles dans le cabaret” — toscane05
Little Red House
little red house
holiday décor. Branches loaded with berries could work all year, but feel especially seasonal with traditional red wallpaper, black lacquered mini candle shades, brass candlesticks, and a gold-leaf mirror.
“Colour” — xxxy001
Loadingdock5 Architecture PLLC
terrace house
A mod porch that is just as inviting as any. Coffee tables like this encourage piling books or magazines for leisurely perusal, candles, or afternoon refreshments.
“cool porch, rain friendly” — nzaidi004
Doma Architects, Inc.
III DomA Architects, Inc. III
The simple yet essential wash basin. The unusual curved drawers of this piece create a softness while hiding toiletries. The two mirrors and candle like wall lighting give a nostalgic aesthetic to this pristine space.
“The vanity” — rroshangah
Timothy De Clue Design L.L.C
Seattle Tudor Christmas by Timothy De Clue Design L.L.C.
Chandelier crystals and candles add sparkle...
“nice” — efallguy
Becky Harris
Design Public, Jason Miller Seconds
everyone as calmly as in a grand dining room, and plates and glasses can get broken more easily. If your servingware is classy enough and you set candles and perhaps wine about the room, the regular (or, yes, even paper) plates will be seen as whim not sparsity.
“bird plates!” — dianeac
Mostert Architecture
4 Reviews
Mostert Architecture
there's something great about an open shower design. You can see what's going on in the room around you. With a fire roaring in the fireplace and some candles burning around the room, I think this would be a great place to take a romantic shower.
“open shower” — Andrea Hawes
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