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Heather Kowalski
Living Room
i am all about shabby chic
like shabby chic feel, albeit for a beach house
colours and shabby chic ideas
shabby chic with added colour
Shabby sheik furniture
sheets with decorative pillows
Blue and green shabby chic
chubby chic with aqua
Shabby chic...Shabby sheq...blue decor...shabby chic
“teal color” — Candace Marmorato
Heather Kowalski
Yaffa: love this shabby chic room. I like how the tables add color in a very cool vintage/comfortable way
Neutral colored walls and accent color decor
all the pillows with decor
chandelier & shabby shiek
Shabby sheik, California comfy look
The shabby chic look
shabby chic...Colors- shabby chic...Shabby sheik....shabby chic
“sofa” — oneofeleven
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
Shabby Chic style (maybe look at vintage items)
A weathered café chair and vintage door join for a display of the shabby-chic style.
This is what most people think of when they hear milk glass: shabby chic. Well, you can see why it works if you are going for that look. The creamy pink lamp has a breezy quality
“Sweet” — Katie Richardson
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
I love shabby chic! I admit it!!!
— light and airy, like a sanctuary where tracked-in dirt is never even a consideration. Ornamental chandeliers and decorations add to that overall feminine mood.
Although Shabby Chic has morphed over the years and has been adopted, expanded and respectfully plagiarized, its basic ingredients remain
White for budget decorators. Decorating with white can be incredibly easy and inexpensive. Found a funky piece of junk shop furniture? Paint it white to transform it into something chic. White cotton duck slipcovers; curtains made from painter’s drop cloths;
china, towels and bedding; and simple white accessories, like vases and pitchers found at flea markets and yard sales, are all affordable and chic ways to decorate a home with white.
“color” — nicoleanido
A Beach Cottage
Vintage Coastal Beachy Nightstand Bedside
checked out and subscribed to your website. Just before that I was going through a high end decorating magazine with multi million dollar homes. They must have spent a couple of million on just the decorating . It must be like walking on egg shells living in them and they seem so cold. In contract
Hate the shabby chic, love the headboard
Shabby Chic Country House Bedside chair
“Lightness” — Samantha Parrott
A Beach Cottage
A Beach Cottage
the table top decor in the background
Something about shabby chic that I love
English cottage chicThis gorgeous corner could belong as easily in an English cottage as it could in a Parisian apartment but, in fact, it is a beach house in Sydney. Adapt the style to suit your needs. White shabby chic furniture alongside a white couch and walls combine
Let’s start with Shabby Chic, because it’s been such a hot style over the past couple of decades. Rachel Ashwell introduced this look in 1989 out of her conviction that the
Here is another nautical theme using a runner down the table. I love the way the decor items — all different in sizes, shape and texture — flow down the length of the runner. My eye goes up, down, then up again.
“Pillow , runner” — whitborden
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
exposed, it's annoying. They have the living room, dining room, bedroom all with slight variations. In fact, there are over 40 that keep popping up in "shabby", "retro" and "vintage" search. So many in fact, that what I thought was a beautifully done "look", I now can't stand. So maybe a blessing in disguise
if I must have shabby chic - then let it be like this please
“all white” — rl81790
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy whites
Shabby chic but not too Shabby.
Shabby chic...Shabby textil...Look shabby chic...shabby chic
“Love the fluffy couch” — Katie Richardson
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