58,634 flower Home Design Photos

Brekke Construction Inc.
1 Review
es with big yards and spacious bathrooms. Who you are: You like balance, symmetry and tradition. You have a garden where you plant vegetables and flowers. This year you're even considering a beehive, so you can harvest your own spring honey. You can usually be found at the farmer's market on Saturdays
“Colors” — Veronica
Lisa Adams, LA Closet Design
14 Reviews
The London Loft Closet
Add fresh flowers. OK, I’m kidding. I just say that for almost every room, and I couldn’t find any photos of closets with plates on the walls. On to more practical ideas …
“mirror” — pobren
On Common Ground Landscapes
maintenance is required for timber, which makes this entertaining area informal and easy to look after. Floating bench seats are attached to concrete flower boxes, with accent lighting underneath. With or without the table and chairs, this is an effective use of a small space for entertaining or relaxing
“suspended - and lit from below!” — kpgco
CapeRace Cultural Adventures
The Anchor House
A fresh green gingham tablecloth and flower-flecked curtains make this kitchen look like spring personified.
“Shelves” — chilgy
Tara Seawright
Master Bedroom
While any color of flower could have been placed in this room, I love that yellow was chosen, repeating and reinforcing the strong color palette of the design.
“White walls” — Donna Ward
CWB Architects
Bergen Street Residence
from Schumacher's Chiang Mai Dragon fabric used on the sofa pillows and dots the rest of the room through well-placed throws and a happy bouquet of flowers.
“Color” — racketguy
Bland Landscaping Company
2 Reviews
in advance and ask people to sign up to bring food, drinks and party decor. Some people don’t like to cook but would love to bring a mason jar of flowers or a string of paper lanterns to hang over the table. It gets people involved, and it’s fun to see who shows up with what.Tell us: Are you planning
“exterior fireplace” — jamesatdiverge
Loudoun County Interior Designer
We specialize in universal and sustainable design. We believe that the interior environment should be functional, affordable, accessible, sustainable - AND attractive and welcoming!
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
4 Reviews
My Houzz: Urban Farmhouse
tub, floor tiles and wall tiles. The French-style casement window provides a home for an always-changing collection of soaps, plants and freshly cut flowers. The subway and hexagonal mosaic tiles take Moore back to her first visit to New York City and, more specifically, the Chelsea Hotel. Stool: custom
“New York favorite” — Mara Benitez
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