138,725 duvet cover Home Design Photos

Michelle Workman Interiors
West Hollywood
Ideabooks1,678
Questions4
2. Try a palm-leaf motif. Whether you choose wallpaper or something less permanent (like a duvet cover), a palm leaf print is a mainline to tropical-infused Palm Beach style. It’s bold, so one accent
2. Try a palm-leaf motif. Whether you choose wallpaper or something less permanent (like a duvet cover), a palm leaf print is a mainline to tropical-infused Palm Beach style. It’s bold, so one accent is all you need to make a statement.
Try a palm-leaf motif. Whether you choose wallpaper or something less permanent (like a duvet cover), a palm leaf print is a mainline to tropical-infused Palm Beach style. It’s bold, so one accent is all you need to make a statement
What do you like about this photo? Bed cover
“love the colours” — nellycakesw
Olive Juice Designs
5 Reviews
Chic and Modern Nursery
Ideabooks1,914
Questions5
reading sconce cleverly tucked above the daybed is a space saver.A floral duvet cover by Marimekko brings some bright yellow into the color palette while tying into the gray on the crib and changing table. Daybed: West Elm; duvet: Finnstyle; wall paint: Copper Patina, Benjamin Moore
UNIKKO Duvet Cover from Marimekko
“comforter” — Krissi Moederndorfer
Richardson Architects
13 Reviews
Bathhouse
Ideabooks5,853
Questions6
can you find out about the Window Coverings, ? love em, Thanks
not too hard to turn out your own pillowcases and duvet covers. Get creative with other easy-to-find, cheap fabrics as well — burlap can cover bulletin boards, and muslin, typically used in pattern making, can be used for curtains and for pillow covers primed for embellishing.
not too hard to turn out your own pillowcases and duvet covers. Get creative with other easy-to-find, cheap fabrics as well — burlap can cover bulletin boards, and muslin, typically used in pattern making, can be used for curtains and for pillow covers primed for embellishing.4. Roll out a rag rug. Rag
“bedroom” — lynnnnnnnn
Lisa Wolfe Design, Ltd
15 Reviews
Bohemian Condo
Ideabooks2,207
Questions4
Ok, I want this bed cover....where can I buy one in Queen size?
Where is that gorgeous duvet from???
these are no longer available -- i think i bought the last one (and that was 5 years ago). but this officially was a tablecloth for a table, not a bed cover...try that route...
nice colors, pretty duvet and layers of window treatments--roman shades and curtains.
“Love the bedcover!!” — ewa_4u
Tara Seawright
Guest Room
Ideabooks9,034
Questions6
If I don't cover my head board, the large picture is another option for me.
patterns. In this photo the white euro sham pillows are use as an important visual transition to the color and patterns of the throw pillows and duvet cover.
orange allows the designer to mix a gold and cowhide bench, a Scandinavian modern Marimekko canvas, vintage shell light fixtures and a bamboo lattice duvet.
“Art” — suevwalker
Eclectic Bedroom
Ideabooks14,458
Questions10
yes, this bedding is a steal at overstock; i have a queen bed and i ordered the king duvet set and it is georgeous!
age and easily updated with different linen. Texture is central to this look, from intricately carved furniture to the delicate lace of a pretty duvet cover and the folds of a floaty voile canopy.
“Color, old furniature” — aftiz
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
North Framingham, MA
Ideabooks1,116
Questions1
room separator as headboard and window cover
screens,bold duvet extra fill
screen covering window
light yet provides privacy. The door to the left of the bed leads to the outdoor garden and a detached greenhouse. Dividing screen: J.F. Chen; duvet cover: Pottery Barn
“colors” — samantharley
Olga Adler
14 Reviews
Guests Welcome
Ideabooks4,381
Questions5
The window covering and shade treatment. Very understated.
Like the furniture and the window covering.
The window coverings are very cool.
within the room's design. Styling tip: Try to use matching design elements in threes. Here, the color of the cornice board fabric matches the duvet cover and the desk chair cushion.
“Alan's cornice” — Aimee Campa
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