11,563 cotton wool Home Design Photos

greige/Fluegge Interior Design, Inc.
1 Review
Stylish Responsibility Dining area
Ideabooks20,649
Questions16
furniture, look for low-impact materials including reclaimed wood, fast-growing wood (such as bamboo), linen, hemp, organic cotton, wool or mohair fabric coverings, cotton or wool fill and water-based stains and finishes.
“gorgeous” — lllsusan5
Michelle Fries, BeDe Design, LLC
2 Reviews
Michelle Fries
Ideabooks13,153
Questions8
Sturdy, hardworking fabrics that can take a little wear and tear feel more on point: burlap, linen, cotton, wool.
Sturdy, hardworking fabrics that can take a little wear and tear feel more on point: burlap, linen, cotton, wool. Trendy pattern that still feel strong and streamlined, like ikat
wear and tear feel more on point: burlap, linen, cotton, wool. Inspired addition: Trendy patterns that still feel strong and streamlined, such as ikat, can blend nicely into this type of décor. Quilts are a natural partner for rustic style as well; try updating them with a patchwork of different stripes
Wool blankets make naps on the porch an idyllic luxury that lasts long after summer is over.More ways to decorate for fall
“Screened porch ideas” — kellymilam62
Tommy Chambers Interiors, Inc.
Mediterranean Classic
Ideabooks6,211
Questions5
cotton, wool, and silk used in Mediterranean home to mimic tapestries
Fabrics. Cotton, wool and silk textiles adorned every room of a Mediterranean home. Elegant drapes, pillows and rugs were sometimes made with heavier wovens to mimic
both sound absorbing and sound blocking. For sound absorption, look for heavy materials such as velvets and wools. And if there's a mass-loaded vinyl layer, even better.
5. Fabrics. Cotton, wool and silk textiles adorned every room of a Mediterranean home. Elegant drapes, pillows and rugs were sometimes
“curtains” — nikole405
Seattle Design Build Firm
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Gaspar's is a 35 year old family business that specializes in home remodeling. We offer design, construction and handyman services.
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Nina Jizhar
3 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks7,888
Questions14
and beautiful. When using natural-fiber fabrics such as cotton, wool or linen, buy organic when you can. Otherwise, the harm caused by chemicals and pesticides used to grow and manufacture the fabrics may outweigh the advantages.Organic cotton comes in many forms: high end, indie designed or straight
straight from a web retailer. Designer Nina Jizhar upholstered the wingback chair above in an organic cotton she designed.
“Framed” — em80
Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
Tuxedo Road
Ideabooks10,991
Questions7
gilding tools are used to manipulate the incredibly thin leaf. When the glue is dry, the loose leaf is brushed away and the surface is buffed with cotton wool.The subtle gilding on this antique French console table works perfectly in this setting.
“Table arrangement with painting” — patleskar
thirdstone inc. [^]
2 Reviews
LG House - Interior
Ideabooks7,961
Questions10
it’s smart to keep PBDEs out of your sleeping space.A few general things to consider:Look for beds and bedding made with natural fibers such as cotton, wool, and hemp, which don't catch fire easily or burn quickly and are less likely to be treated with toxic flame retardants.Not sure how to find PBDE-free
“Cama” — rgioppo
Neiman Taber Architects
14 Reviews
Crown Hill Remodel
Ideabooks3,976
Questions6
Cotton swans n pengorek telinga in a jar to make it pretty
Jars for cotton balls and qtips
glass jars full of cotton wool and ear buds, cool idea
Love the jars with cotton ba
cotton balls and swabs in jars
now that's a cotton ball container!
A lidded glass jar of cotton swabs make these daily wands easily accessible and look much nicer than if they were left out in their box.
Consider storing items you use frequently, like cotton balls and swabs, on the counter in glass jars. They will look decorative and will always be in easy reach
“Apothecary jars” — ceking70
Rhodes Architecture + Light
11 Reviews
View Ridge Residence
Ideabooks2,752
Questions1
cotton wool jar
giant cotton dispensers
Q-tip and cotton ball holders
qtip and cotton ball idea
cotton balls, qtips
“Colors” — lanastasia
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