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Adeeni Design Group
10 Reviews
hard to even spot the tartan here, it's so subtlety incorporated into the décor: The throw pillows on the sofa are a muted tartan; they add a layer of casual upholstery to the heavy-on-leather room.
“Different” — tank1944
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Kropat Interior Design
4 Reviews
Colorful Mid Century Modern Residence
Get comfy. Pull out the floor cushions, extra pillows, stools and poufs to create a comfy and casual ambience. Varied seating is so much more relaxed looking than a bunch of dining chairs lined up in the living room. Get creative and bring in several different types of extra seats if possible — a bench
“Window” — michcollins
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
8 Reviews
Hillgrove Project
A breakfast nook off the kitchen is the perfect casual eat-in space for the family. A custom-designed table and pillows lend a personal touch to this cheery, sun-drenched spot. Chairs: Hickory ChairPillows: custom, made out of Raoul Fabrics and Peter Dunham TextilesLight fixture: client’s existing fixture
“Cozy” — mitzisamutt
Precision Cabinets
2 Reviews
#54 - Millennium Enterprises - Menlo Park
Much of the design of Northern California reflects the social atmosphere: elegant but casual and completely inviting. Yes, you could show up at a dinner party in flip-flops.
“Floors” — emibruin
Clarkson Potter
American Beauty by Thom Filicia
guests to feel at home coming in the house in wet bathing suits and attending dinner parties in jeans and T-shirts. "I keep things simple, local and casual, with enough hints of glamour to make my guests feel something special is in store," he says.
“Family room” — shelleyharden
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
allows for it, combining your dining and living areas is a simple way to maximize seating room in one space. This is especially useful for throwing casual dinner parties, as guests can just as easily sit, mingle and eat on the couches.
“sofa” — lbrownin
Hsu McCullough
4 Reviews
Boise Residence
With the exception of some casual advice offered to friends, this was Hsu and McCullough’s first project together. Though McCullough says he and Hsu were on the same page about most of the bigger decisions, there were some instances where their visions deviated and compromises were necessary. For example
“Люстра и скамейка” — Петр Баффет
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Daniel Shapiro: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Mid-century charm. Bricks can create just the backdrop you need for a casual dining area. The white artwork pops against the warm tones of this lovely wall.
“Eiffel Arm Chair” — jbratteson
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