5,253 feminine Home Design Photos

Louise de Miranda
My Houzz: Revamped Flea Market Finds add personality to a Dutch home
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The arrival of her boyfriend, Bram Floris, had a significant impact on her interior styling and choice of color palette. “It used to be a really feminine home with frills and a lot of romantic vintage accessories,” says Vetter. Once Floris moved in, she decided to edit her accessories and add some vivid
The arrival of her boyfriend, Bram Floris, had a significant impact on her interior styling and choice of colour palette. “It used to be a really feminine home with frills and a lot of romantic vintage accessories,” says Vetter. Once Floris moved in, she decided to edit her accessories and add some vivid
“Couch” — Tim Hoeks DBA Tim Hoeks Painting
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The home of Romy and Ilya
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white walls make for a fun and feminine space for the 7-year-old.Egg Chair: Sissy Boy
The couple’s youngest daughter, Sonia, occupies a colourful room that was once a closet. A skylight was added during the renovation. Pink floors and white walls make for a fun and feminine space for the 7-year-old.Egg
“Flos room” — Claire Brown
Eclectic Bedroom
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The relaxed, lived-in, beach cottage look is the perfect feel for the summer months ahead. Romantic, breezy and feminine shapes and textures inspire many days of sleeping in followed by breakfast in bed.
4. Think floaty and feminineDreamy whites and antique painted bedroom furniture work together to deliver the prettiest of rooms. The breezy canopy is a touch of whimsy.
“Colors” — couponmissy03
A Beach Cottage
Vintage Coastal Beachy Nightstand Bedside
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14. Feminine elementsFeminine and delicate – vintage furniture in alabaster makes the room elegant and timeless. Just a hint of pastel blue adds softness while the coir
“colores” — ginaenciso
Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
Lakeview Residence Bedroom
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2. Subtle femininity. Chocolate-brown walls give this room a cozy feel without making it too dark. The chandelier and classic furniture offer just the right feminine contrast.
“"Sierra Spruce" - Benjamin Moore” — stpauligal
Maya Design Studio
Master Bath Dressing Table
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drawers and nickel sabots add femininity to this classic piece. At 66 inches wide, this painted hardwood desk has ample space for a pair of table lamps, plus a full array of primping tools.Why it works: Paired with the clients’ own mirror, this piece creates an airy, feminine space. A hickory chair upholstered
“Dressing table.. Great color” — jessicanilson80
Imagine Living
Feeling bed with black high-backed headboard
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eliminates conflict over feminine or masculine colors. A leather headboard feels masculine, but having it tufted adds curves that feminize it. Layered bedding feels feminine, but having those layers be fur makes it masculine.
nether mescalin nor feminine room
For example, a neutral black and white color scheme eliminates conflict over feminine or masculine colors. A leather headboard feels masculine, but having it tufted adds curves that feminize it. Layered bedding feels feminine, but having those layers be fur makes it masculine.
This could be our new bedroom possibility?!? Masculine and feminine...
For example, a neutral black and white color scheme eliminates conflict over feminine or masculine colors. A leather headboard feels masculine, but having it tufted adds curves that feminize it. Layered bedding feels feminine, but having those layers be fur makes it masculine.
“Artwork” — honeybeddingfield
LiLu Interiors
7 Reviews
Perfectly Suited
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This feminine, fashion-inspired home office features a calm, organized feeling and a simple color scheme of gray, cream, white and lavender with a pop of purple, Photo: Susan Gilmore
I love the furnishings, especially the chair. I would use a different color fabric though. Something more feminine like a pink zebra print on the chair. But this is along the lines of what I want to do for my creative space.
Pretty and feminine. Great use of this little nook.
“organizer above desk” — lenorecalderon
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