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the real source of minimalism, we should look to the Zen gardens of Japan. The perfectly placed rocks set in immaculate gravel, raked into swirling patterns, are pure minimalism.
strength to negotiate with you over things it's clear you'll have a hard time budging on. So, take that as a sign that you need to be much more flexible. Check in with your partner about decisions and to ask for his or her opinion. If you're met with grumbles, just hold your head high and proceed, all the while
the real source of minimalism, we should look to the Zen gardens of Japan. The perfectly placed rocks set in immaculate gravel, raked into swirling patterns, are pure minimalism.Japanese gardens were created in the pursuit of spirital balance, but in the West this has become a garden style.
“rake the gravel” — gaynor_homes
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Felstead House
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Wall pattern
“roof with lighting and entrance” — carolinamarston
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My Houzz: Post Architecture // Albany House
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tiles (1" or so) with some of them removed from the mesh backer and replaced with black hex tiles to make the flower shape. The scale and of the pattern was determined by keeping one sheet intact and then inserting the black tiles into the next ( I.e. Every other, instead of each one ). They were bought
A utility room and full bath are located on the third level, with a continuous floor made from white and black penny round tiles.Check out more stylish utility room ideas
“Gray grout.” — azmarogil
Kim Nichols
Kim Nichols
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Fun repeat of patterns
Bed cover colors and pattern
Pottery Barn bird-patterned duvet &shams
Patterns and solids
“Pottery barn style” — latifa47
Amy Renea
Spring 2012
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Chequers are a design classic. Blown up into a large pattern and laid diagonally, they add drama to this small attic bedroom. Choosing grey rather than black for the dark squares prevents them from overwhelming
floor pattern for porch
Love the dimension/pattern
Painted checks...color and pattern
“Cuarto niños” — Karina Reyes
Siemasko + Verbridge
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Cedar Bluff
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I like the shape of the entryway and the pane patterns on the windows.
Shake pattern and window style
Shingle patterns
“Too much?” — jschwech
Mitchell Construction Group
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Kitchen Remodel
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Does laying floor tiles in a diagonal versus square pattern do much to change the look and feel of a space?
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I find it to be more of an aesthetic preference, rather than a functional design implementation to change a space. Consider the square pattern as much more standard and predictable — not necessarily in a bad way. It's a grid. Grids are great, and create a very even field underfoot. Laying
you want to mix it up with the floor, or not. I think it really is all up to personal preferences. Just lay out a small area on the floor in both patterns and see which one is to your liking.
“Floor color” — jlatkie
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
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Miami Interior Design - Detailed Minimalism
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the design decision was to keep the wall planes clean and white while adding color, texture and pattern on several ceilings.
others consider the ceiling the fifth wall — so why not decorate it as you would the other four? In this room, Mughannam felt that using a bold pattern in a controlled space was a smart move. “The wallpaper was so busy, I thought it would be good to have the eye candy up high,” she says. “It makes
Interiors agrees. She says that in this modern house, the design decision was to keep the wall planes clean and white while adding color, texture and pattern on several ceilings. “Be bold, and don’t be so safe all the time,” she advises. “Take a risk and stick with it — not too many risks in one room, but
“The connected hangers” — ttorgerson
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