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Vintage-Inspired Inglewood Cottage
Photos by Mark Lohman and styled by Sunday Henrickson for Tumbleweed & Dandelion.
like the green floor. and the whole french country look.
hanging stained glass with a rustic rope on antiqued shutters. Great outdoor decor
Country Luxury: Neighborly Front PorchesCountry folks have always been good at soaking in summer breezes on the front porch with a glass of sweet tea by their sides.
Christy Dillard Kratzer
Love the kitchen. Do you have more photos, especially the range
Thank you for your interest in the photo. Unfortunately, I do not remember as it was a piece purchased off of a showroom floor 5 years ago.
Hello, thank you for your interest in the rug in the photo. This rug was found at Moattar Ltd. at the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center.
Hello, thank you for your interest in the photo of the living room. I believe it was a goblet pleat. Hope this helps.
Hi, thank you for your interest in this photo. This table was purchased at Jerry Pair & Associates in
The drapery fabric is from J. Nelson showroom located at the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center.
This cocktail table is from Dennis & Leen...really beautiful in person as well as in the photo. This is a to the trade furniture company and I will have to check with them on pricing. This table was purchased in 2007. Thanks!
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Peninsula Estate 03 (Design by Suzman Cole Design Associates)
It looks very similar to the gravel in this photo. The designer says it is locally called "Tuscany" or "black and Tan" or "Nursery Crush" http://www.houzz.com/discussions/34585/is-this-pea-gravel-or-DG-
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.SaveEmail Use decorative elements. Statues, urns and planters, and water features are all elements of French garden design. The key is
check out brick/stone path in both photos
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.Save to IdeabookEmail Photo Formal designs benefit from strong focal points, especially when paths are monochromatic, with a limited plant palette. In this San Francisco backyard
Use decorative elements. Statues, urns and planters, and water features are all elements of French garden design. The key is restraint. A simple fixture at the end of a gravel path is all you need as a
James D. LaRue Architects
Cueva de Oro
So pretty. Contemporary/french feel- dp likes the color tone of the stucco, as opposed to a stark white
Exterior french country
James LaRue French Traditional/contemporary Exterior
Photo Credit: Coles Hairston
hill country contemporary
Contemporary French...Hill Country
James Traynor Custom Homes
I love the windows above the door, so much natural lighting. I also love the french doors
ll+wood+stairs & French doors!
rugs here- http://www.houzz.com/photos/6561373/Rugsville-Agra-Black-Beige-Wool-10439-Rug-traditional-rugs-san-francisco http://www.houzz.com/photos/6561378/Rugsville-Rug-Royal-Traditional-Wool-12157-Black-Rust-traditional-rugs-san-francisco http://www.houzz.com/photos/6561368/Rugsville-Sultanabad-Cl
Those French doors...Like French doors...foyer decorating...French doors...french doors
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Photo: Lucy Call © 2013 Houzz
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What do you like about this photo?window doors
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I LOVE LARGE ROOMS!!AGAIN MODERN AND RUSTIC AND JUST A BIT OR COUNTRY STYLE!!!!!111ADORABLE!!
Love the French Doors throughout - gives the illusion of more space. Warm, DARK woods, the best.
parties. It’s different than a lot of open spaces that are much more the norm these days — I love it.” He especially loves being able to close the French doors that separate the dining room from the den during cocktail hour, then open them again when dinner is served. “It’s a nice callback to the fancy
Jack Arnold Companies
(http://www.lahabrastucco.com/ ). We typically use Custom Stucco Mix Ratio from their color palette. Jack used a custom blend to create the color in the photo you provided. To achieve a similar exterior look, you will have to use some trial and error. As for the shutters, he used Pratt & Lambert, Flint.
use of accessories, towel bar, crystal chandelier works in country look
Creative Touch Interiors
Formal Living Room with custom refined sisal area rug, antique French wall sconces, furnishings in a mix of textures within a neutral palate.
cream-like color, you cold look at some of these BM Historical colors: HC-30 Philadelphia cream, HC-36 Hepplewhite Ivory. They're shown in some Houzz photos and look nice. A little too light for me, though.
What do you like about this photo? Piano and chairs