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LuAnn Development, Inc.
19 Reviews
LuAnn Development
Ideabooks7,732
Questions10
Beautiful CA craftsman style home in the heart of Hermosa Beach, CA. Photos by Bowman Group
Have you used Benjamin Moore's Sterling in your decorating? It appears to be very similar to Cliffside Gray but with a hint of blue.
I apologize for my delayed response - Home Furnishing were provided by Carrie Quinn of Maison Luxe you can find her info at http://www.houzz.com/pro/maisonluxehome/maison-luxe.
All of the furnishings in this home were supplied by Carrie Quinn of MaisonLuxe in Hermosa Beach. Here is her website - http://www.maisonluxehome.com/ and she can be contacted at 310.372
The ceiling of the room is painted with Benjamin Moore's Cliffside Gray, cut with 75-percent white. This is an idea you could easily use in your own home.
“Love the color palet” — smeares
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Candace Barnes
4 Reviews
Ashbury Heights Residence 2
Ideabooks5,986
Questions13
I custom mixed all the colors in this home because I wanted slight variations dark or light, from room to room, depending on the individual light from the sun in each space.
I custom mixed all the colors in this home because I wanted slight variations dark or light, from room
I designed these panels for the home. They are silk taffeta.... Let me know if you ever want me to design any for you ;)
The style of the furniture and room decor
The oriental screen wall behind the bed and the co-ordinating decor
used an antique chinoiserie screen in black and gold. A pair of art deco bronze tables with black marble tops ties the dark feature with rest of the decor.Ottomans: custom; drapes: custom, silk; chandelier: antique
“yes bery nice” — Leonardo Zaragosa
Marie Burgos Design
24 Reviews
Chelsea Duplex Penthouse
Ideabooks9,159
Questions7
duplex penthouse has floor-to-ceiling glass walls with unparalleled views of Manhattan. It has been designed with a modern approach to create a welcoming home space as well as being a showcase of fabulous views.. Photography: Scott Morris
van de Rohe | CA Modern Home
The decoration is in perfect balance with the view! And the colors are in harmony with the environment! Just perfect!!
Penthouse with floor to ceiling windows...beautiful. We love the light, airy decor too.
“Eve bak” — canyavasoglu
Stacy Curran
Portfiloi
Ideabooks12,456
Questions17
now closed. I've looked online and haven't been able to find them. The lanterns are from Home Goods. The is a sisal rug, too.
This exact chandelier is on sale on overstock.com - http://www.overstock.com/Home-Garden/Indoor-6-light-Nickel-Chandelier/5075096/product.html
I believe the decorator stated in an earlier post that there is no green paint used. Benjamin Moore winter solstice (she said more grey than blue and a shaker beige at 50%
The pendant lanterns were actually just candleholders – not electrified – from home goods. Thanks so much!
The barstools are from Home Goods, but I think you can find similar at barstools.com. The dining chairs are Target!
Color scheme, space planning and decor.....love, love, love!
“kitchen dinning room” — brandibisgrove
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks64,433
Questions29
sofas with orange pillows in living room. My question is how much orange accent can/should use? I want to do the curtains in a similar orange as the decorative pillows and the area carpet as well. Too much orange....? curtains, pillows, and area rug? Lastly, as mentioned the room is an L shape so around
Although everyone has different tastes in decor and furnishings, most people want a home that is welcoming, functional, peaceful and organized. Tailor your house so that buyers will describe it in those terms rather than by your style of decorating. Getting rid of clutter and having fewer but larger
your home isn't taste specific doesn't mean your rooms should be devoid of color. Instead, keep color schemes simple and dose them with an on-trend neutral, like a clean tan, a soft gray or a warm white.
“color combination” — storeypavlich
Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
9 Reviews
Copper Farmhouse Sink Design
Ideabooks54,462
Questions23
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different depending upon the light reflection of the materials around them. So a stain color that looks, say, medium brown in one home, may look green-brown in another home.
pictured above. In my experience, copper sinks are great for clients who can honestly say that they are relaxed about cleaning and maintenance in their homes. A patina is by definition natural and somewhat unpredictable, so if you are the kind of person who walks by the kitchen, notices a water ring (or
Keep it because it's beautiful and I want it for my new home
Why not break the white ceramic mold and go for a copper sink WITH decorative apron front?
“Very nice” — nssneid
Lucy Call
My Houzz: Jordan
Ideabooks877
Questions1
zed spaces that prioritize multiuse functionality. My philosophy on decorating is that if it doesn’t serve a purpose, it isn’t necessary. I loathe decor and purposeless items in a living space. As a result, the concept of tiny homes is very appealing to me. It forces one to eliminate unnecessary items
organized spaces that prioritize multi-use functionality. My philosophy on decorating is that if it doesn’t serve a purpose, it isn’t necessary. I loathe decor and purposeless items in a living space. As a result, the concept of tiny homes is very appealing to me, it forces one to eliminate unnecessary items
“Barnboards” — jainaeviston
LiLu Interiors
7 Reviews
Perfectly Suited
Ideabooks32,511
Questions18
Create decorative storage. When you’re using the room as a den, the last thing you want is to stare at unappealing office storage. “Use creative storage to store and
and binders when they are not in use,” says interior designer Elizabeth Gordon. “These can include attractive built-in or freestanding shelving, decorative bins and boxes, or cabinets with drawer storage.”
“Great space saving” — Erin Bonvino
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