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Stacey Costello Design
5 Reviews
Stacey Costello Design
Ideabooks4,550
Questions3
eclectic mix of rustic countryside and elegant with sunflowers
Elegant green and yellow
colors, simple elegance
country , yet elegant design
Elegant yet inviting
casual and elegant
“Feelin” — Jessica Eisenbud
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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Isler Homes
1 Review
Windsor Powder
Ideabooks5,237
Questions8
A rich, elegant paint or wall paper would look better. Pieces of marble look cheap.
Louis XVI this time period is popular for making the beauty come in the elegance of proportion. Also a lot of the time bronze was used to make this furniture really stand out.
It's elegant...Wow! Elegant...Elegant powder room
“pretty” — mjkjrobinson
Mediterranean Bathroom
Ideabooks7,782
Questions12
I would do the mirror with a dark elegant trim to match.
Elegant bathroom sink
Very elegant vanity.
An elegant bathroom design.
Elegant bathroom...Class and elegant
“flower” — papaya912
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Chimney Rock Residence
Ideabooks4,787
Questions6
the combo of rustic & elegant
Nice BR...rustic / elegant
The elegance and rustic
Blend of rustic and elegance!
rustic elegance...a touch of elegance
“Bedding and headboard” — monagostinelli
Oliver Burns
Georgian Townhouse Guest Bedroom
Ideabooks26,980
Questions18
elegant but simple yet a bit romantic
Beautifully elegant
“Tufted headboard.” — Karen Galloway
Domicile Interior Design
1 Review
Domicile id
Ideabooks3,044
Questions8
Taller lamp on side table to add elegance.
position. If you do, the lamp is probably too tall. The glare of a bare bulb isn't pleasant for anyone. I think tall table lamps give a room a bit of elegance. The beautiful cream-colored table lamp shown here is larger than you might expect for a delicate side table, but it works so well because of its
position. If you do, the lamp is probably too tall. The glare of a bare bulb isn't pleasant for anyone. I think tall table lamps give a room a bit of elegance. The beautiful cream-colored table lamp shown here is larger than you might expect for a delicate side table, but it works so well because of its
position. If you do, the lamp is probably too tall. The glare of a bare bulb isn't pleasant for anyone. I think tall table lamps give a room a bit of elegance. The beautiful cream-colored table lamp shown here is larger than you might expect for a delicate side table, but it works so well because of its
“Side table” — entropy1905
Mercedes Corbell Design + Architecture
Mercedes Corbell
Ideabooks2,854
Questions5
Purple isn't always the first choice for interior decorating — outside of children's spaces — but when used smartly and sparingly, it can add an elegant element of surprise to modern or traditional spaces.
Purple isn't always the first choice for interior decorating — outside of children's spaces — but when used smartly and sparingly, it can add an elegant element of surprise to modern or traditional spaces
Purple isn't always the first choice for interior decorating — outside of children's spaces — but when used smartly and sparingly, it can add an elegant element of surprise to modern or traditional spaces. More: Houzz guides to decorating with purple
Purple. Purple isn’t always the first choice for interior decorating outside of children’s spaces but when used smartly and sparingly, it can add an elegant element of surprise to contemporary or traditional spaces. MORE: Houzz guide to decorating with purple
“purple wall” — giorgiannap357
J. Hirsch Interior Design, LLC
1 Review
J. Hirsch Interior Design Portfolio
Ideabooks120K
Questions84
LOVE this elegant bedroom!! One of my favs so far!! Thanks for posting!
I like the elegance. The pastel colours go really well together
Goblet pleat. The name of this elegant heading comes from the shape of the pleat, which looks like
fabric is formed and pinched slightly together at the desired length. Tip: The more goblets you add to the top of this treatment, the more formal and elegant it will look.
The name of this elegant heading comes from the shape of the pleat, which looks like a goblet. For this treatment, a cone of fabric is formed and pinched slightly together at the desired length. Tip: The more goblets you add to the top of this treatment, the more formal and elegant it will look.
“Curtain” — katchakia
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