3,718 greek revival interior Home Design Photos

Ron Brenner Architects
10 Reviews
LAKE ELMO GREEK REVIVAL FARMHOUSE
Ideabooks17,768
Questions17
LAKE ELMO GREEK REVIVAL FARMHOUSE
“Island color” — annanothm
Charlie Allen Renovations, Inc.
6 Reviews
Children's Bath
Ideabooks6,895
Questions15
This formerly drab and ordinary space in an 1853 Greek Revival home became a fun bath area for the homeowner's two year old with the addition of blue and green mosaic tiles, a child-sized toilet, a larger bath tub, and pendant lighting. A skylight brings in cheerful natural lighting. Photos by Shelly
“Tub surround” — lawhee
Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction
6 Reviews
garage and pool area
Ideabooks1,710
Questions2
if we add dormers to bunkhouse - this greek revival look would work well.
“Large brick, small brick, tarmac” — sim0nkey
Ron Brenner Architects
10 Reviews
LAKE ELMO GREEK REVIVAL FARMHOUSE
Ideabooks56,252
Questions16
LAKE ELMO GREEK REVIVAL FARMHOUSE
“storage” — suzanneqt
Tucker & Marks
Georgian Residence
Ideabooks3,023
Questions5
Interior Design by Tucker & Marks: http://www.tuckerandmarks.com/ Photograph by Matthew Millman
Have to purchase the Greek Statue
“Creamy Beige & Ivory White” — alexands
Dan Forer, Photographer
1 Review
Residence, Miami Beach
Ideabooks1,049
Questions1
Entry Foyer of Residence. Interior Design by Caretti/Turner
Blue white gold greek bath theme
Greek- variation of the Klismos chair, the tall columns, the geometric pattern on
very greek
“Everything!!!” — debbeth55
CWB Architects
Bergen Street Residence
Ideabooks6,780
Questions9
color palette.. wall color, chairs. love greek key mirror and gold + white leather stool
the front parlor/dining room. The Greek Key patterned mirror is faux shagreen and is from Global Views. The clients found these fabulous vintage swivel chairs locally, and Erin had them reupholstered in this vibrant textured chenille fabric from Duralee.
Interior designer Erin Fearins found these
“wickham gray” — mbachhuber
Elizabeth Dinkel
1 Review
Brentwood Regency State
Ideabooks5,883
Questions5
Fretwork or lattice wallpaper is a mainstay of Palm Beach interiors; for mirrors, you can’t go wrong with lacquered faux bamboo.
Just one or the other would be great; together they make a memorable design statement. Fretwork or lattice wallpaper is a mainstay of Palm Beach interiors; for mirrors, you can’t go wrong with lacquered faux bamboo.
Designer Elizabeth Dinkel nails it every time. Layering a Greek key-style mirror over a bamboo motif wallpaper creates a pattern on a pattern, making this bathroom even more special.
only element to consider when pairing patterns; furnishings will also do the trick. As always, scale is everything. Try a mirror with a smaller-scale Greek key pattern with this green bamboo paper for a bathroom that is both funky and fresh.
“Frame around mirror” — momofdlm
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