3,558 damask Home Design Photos

Emily A. Clark
1 Review
Girls Bedroom
Green fabric is Dandy Damask by Michael Miller's from Emerald City Fabrics 8.95 per yard.
monogrammed pillows, without a doubt, exudes Southern prep. Using a base of black and white really makes this color scheme pop; so does the repeated damask and polka-dot patterns. Use your favorite Lily Pulitzer frock for inspiration when trying to pull off this look.
“Mixing patterns” — stephaniekayd
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Robeson Design
13 Reviews
Living Room Dining Room with modern / traditional styling
comfortable style takes this home beyond Moms Traditional to todays Modern Transitional style fit for any young and growing family. The brown and cream damask is Barclay Butera's 30369.86 is available from Kravet through Designers and was used on the stationary window treatment panels as well as throw pillows
apologize for my delay in responding to you question. I get hundreds every week on Houzz and some fall through the cracks. The name of the brown and cream damask is Barclay Butera's 30369.86 . Agnieszka Fuksa is correct, its from Kravet and you will need a designer to purchase it for you. Again, I apologize
The brown and cream damask is from Kravet, its Barclay Butera's design: 30369.86 . We had the window treatments and accent pillows custom made. For more on this project watch
“Curtains to ceiling-love!” — vayo22
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
7 Reviews
Hillgrove Project
This is the Implied Damask Midnight from Tufenkian. Hope that helps!
This is the Implied Damask Midnight from Tufenkian. Hope that helps!
teal-toned doors, and a plush custom loveseat was accented with pillows that highlight the colors in the rug and the wall art. Rug: Tufenkian Implied Damask Midnight; loveseat: Custom Tim Barber Ltd; table: Antique from Novecento in Los Angeles
“Door handle” — gribarj
Stonewood, LLC
19 Reviews
Living Room
feel cozy on cold Minnesota nights. The tufted sofa is custom, designed by Martha O' Hara Interiors. The cream sofa is from Henredon, and navy blue damask chairs are from Hickory Chair.
Damask formal living room
“Chairs” — pnanna
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Mediterranean Retreat
wallpaper was hand printed with carved wood blocks. During the 1500s more ornate designs mimicking fabric patterns — such as brocade (as in this photo) and damask — covered the walls and lined the armoires and chests of the gentry. The earliest documented form of wallpaper in England dates from around 1509: a
“Bench” — catnmouss
Becki Peckham
My Houzz: Open Concept Apartment Above Retail In Downtown St. John's
Cobb's bedroom adheres to her glam style. Light lilac walls create the perfect backdrop for her black and white bedding, damask prints and black chandelier. Contractor Parsons custom made the headboard.Bedding, curtains: Sears
chandelier, damask
“Master bedroom color” — jncendak
19 Reviews
Lorraine Vale
An interesting combination of contemporary fixtures and traditional Damask wall paper turn this small Powder Room into a unexpected surprise.
Create something unexpected. Powder rooms are great spaces for a little experimentation to come up with a design that is truly special. The traditional damask wall covering and traditional pedestal sink are paired with a contemporary light and this striking silver-leafed mirror frame. This is a perfect way
“pedestal” — jcnordstrom
P. Scinta Designs, LLC
16 Reviews
Glamour Dining Room
Thank you for your interest in our project. This fabric was from Fabricut and it is called Parthian Damask, Color: Assyria #6. It was a gold colored fabric with a small damask print. I am not sure if Fabricut still carries this fabric, but you could try googling the name to see if you could
wallpaper — silvery blue with a large-scale gold/silver metallic ogee print — became the inspiration for the room. We then selected a small-scale gold damask for the custom drapery and added a soft blue to the ceiling. The room went from ho-hum and flat to soft and shimmery."She adds, "We use wallpaper
“Dining room Ceiling” — jibright
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