22,717 floral lampshade Home Design Photos

Stephani Buchman Photography
15 Reviews
Mhouse INc_Biggar
Ideabooks771
Questions0
Love the lampshade!!
Chair and lampshade...chair & lampshade
“Cute” — Candice Harper
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
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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The Cross Design
West End Studio
Ideabooks15,444
Questions6
its a stripped lampshade. if u have any laying around not in use or dirty or boring, pull off fabric easily with an initial tug-will just peel off. most arent adhered but in one spot. usually wiring guts can be removed from bulb to plug end with loosening of bolts and pulling
lampshades light and headboard
lampshade frame
“Beachy look” — falksm
Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
Ideabooks4,667
Questions6
We couldn't find this exact pattern, but here are a few equally bright and bold florals that will help you get the look: http://www.houzz.com/photos/13316706/Pip-Magenta-Floral-Birds-Trail-Wallpaper-eclectic--houston http://www.houzz.com/photos/5104701/Shand-Kydd-2-traditional-bedroom-other-metro http://www
papered the backsplash, and added matching curtains in the breakfast nook. She looked high and low because coral wasn't a popular color at the time. The floral area was fairly limited, (the rest of the walls were white) and it was a fun and happy kitchen. Of course the next owners promptly removed it all
Do not like floral prints or prominent colors
girl, in a barbie world. Just kidding, dig the floral.
“bright for utility” — djohnson73kids7
Tom Stringer Design Partners
2 Reviews
Michigan Summer Home
Ideabooks5,979
Questions9
combination of colors drawn from the floral print
Pull a color scheme from the floral piece. This can be a highly effective way to pull a room together — you just have to make sure you get the colors spot-on, so it helps to bring a swatch (or at least a photo) of the floral print with you while shopping
Pull a color scheme from the floral piece. This can be a highly effective way to pull a room together — you just have to make sure you get the colors spot-on, so it helps to bring a swatch (or at least a photo) of the floral print with you
shopping for other pieces in the room. Try using the background hue as a wall color, using one of the main floral colors as a solid upholstery color or on the curtains, and picking out an accent color from the fabric to use on pillows and accessories.
“erinevad pastell toonid uhes toas” — viirev
Eclectic Kids
Ideabooks4,288
Questions6
The lampshade is from Target. It is a Liberty print, but it came out 2-3 years ago.
floral bedding...It's floral
“kylie - pink walls” — knighthyme
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Inverness Circle
Ideabooks1,561
Questions6
floral bedding
mmm, those lampshades!
floral curtains
“Yellow cabinet” — dlenore01
Jenny Baines, Jennifer Baines Interiors
6 Reviews
lake house living room
Ideabooks3,994
Questions8
the colours...not floral though...the painting especially.
Paint ceramic lamp white and top with red lampshade
floral arrangement
“Contemporary but color adds warmth, naturalness of wood coffee table” — jascherer
Burnham Design
Betsy Burnham
Ideabooks8,370
Questions11
Two orange lampshades set in the window effectively repeat the orange used elsewhere in the room as an accent color, as on the side chair and in the floral display.
the balance of color. Bold shades, such as the red seen on the chair, lampshades and flowers, are found in both foreground and background to maintain equilibrium.
“Like wall color” — flasiq
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