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My Houzz: Creative Open-Concept Home in Toronto
dining table to match the proportions of the house. He used salvaged barn boards from the house, inserting them into a steel frame made by a local fabricator. On one side of the table runs a long, custom bench. It serves as seating during dinners and parties, while moveable panels below help to hide the
Susan Jay Design
Tigertail Ridge - Architectural
accompanied the owners from their previous residence.Bed: Holly Hunt; bookcase: custom, Australian walnut and lacquer, Wüd Furniture Design; pillow fabric: Missoni
Matelasse fabrics can be hand stitched or woven on a jacquard or dobby loom. A jacquard loom is used for weaving intricate upholstery tapestries, and a dobby loom is used for weaving simple lines or patterns, similar to those of the piqué cotton used for polo and tennis shirts.
Kelly Hoppen London
Notting Hill Townhouse
Embrace the dark side Create a cocooning environment that will make guests feel relaxed with luxurious fabrics and a muted palette. Dark colours are the perfect backdrop for an intimate soiree and are also brilliant at hiding the inevitable wine stains and spills
Taylor Howes Designs
Lancelot Place, Knightsbridge
are synonymous with boutique hotel chic, with the emphasis placed firmly on luxury. So if you are recreating the look at home, use the most indulgent fabric you can afford. Little details, like the geometric stitching on this headboard, add another layer of interest to this sophisticated look.
Brentwood Regency Estate
always skirted. Check out his book Billy Baldwin Decorates.• Suzanne Rheinstein's interiors are extremely elegant and use ample antiques and fine fabrics.• Bunny Williams loves color and has an amazing eye for detail, both in furniture and accessories.• Tobi Fairley uses traditional shapes and arrangements
There's no need to add a physical wall to create a separate space. A drape works just as well, and an added bonus is the warm cozy feel that all the fabric creates when it is pulled closed. Place a chair, chaise, or window bench behind the curtain and relax. To get this look, use a ceiling rod bracket