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Greg Newton Photography
I have a home similar in design and have been told it's colonial. But this is not what comes to mind when I hear that
I'm home.... where france meets England xx beautiful...
Italianate. In this modest but elegant British home, decorative brackets under wide eaves and a belt line establish its identity, along with detailed moldings
“size and windows” — sarahfu
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
We create award winning kitchens/baths designed to suit your lifestyle! The heart of the home is always the kitchen-Let our 20 yrs of experience help you create one that is as easy as it is beautiful.
Robert Granoff
7 Reviews
Living Room / Kitchen
have you used in your home to help you with your pet-related chores? How does owning pets affect your choice of furniture and decor? Please share below!More:The
thing again. Now’s my chance. Up we go.More insights into a dog’s view of home decor
Hooray, you’re home for a lunch break! Yes, HRH knows you’ve been hard at work all morning, but
The colors in the home - modern
“Pics” — davidsteele58
Bruce Kading Interior Design
3 Reviews
Medina Residence
Our client moved into this home after it was already constructed. The original architect is unknown.
to integrate new colors into your home decor too. Choose a favorite color that you weren't able to work into your home and highlight it in your mantel display
Of course, the three-plus-one rule is just one of infinite ways to decorate a mantel. For some, more is more, and a mantel is the ideal place to proudly
Who was the architect for the home?
“Picture of the horse” — rassette
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
It is a simple parson style. Look at Pier one, decorators collection on line
orange-and-white zebra in the wild, its look has found its rightful place in home decor. Not only does this idea expand our color creativity, it is an animal-friendly
too. Clever. More: Your Guide to HidesDecorating With ZebraCrocodile Rocks20 Leopard-Print Finds
Decorating for Halloween can be subtle: orange accents
Building on the console table + mirror + decorative items formula, don't be afraid to play around with the symmetry, shapes
If you're like me and love the look of hide but just don't want it in your home, faux is the way to go! Jonathan Adler has a great wool option that will
“mesa” — asmtz
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Roebuck Home
This blue would look good in our dining room, with the right decor
design control and to get hands-on with your home decor. Block printing and stencilling can be done easily at home with fabric paints you can pick up from you
existing fixture.See this house: Artful Character Colors a Textile Designer's Home
“Idea for handmade wall hangings???” — Steve Cappadonia
for making a rental feel like home: I think the best way to make any place more personal, even a rental, is to really decorate from your heart, and share
for jotting down the day’s menu. You can purchase chalkboards at a local home decor store or paint the wall with chalkboard or magnetic paint and frame it
share your unique stamp and personality in your decor. I am probably an awful renter, because I usually paint even if I'm not officially supposed to, because
because I am so obsessive about making my home feel like I want it to. So, I've been known to repaint a wall back to white before I moved out, or risked forgoing
“Chalkboard” — lkhb1
19 Reviews
Lorraine Vale
Any suggestions as to where I can buy or order them without a decorator?
I am trying to decorate guest room; the room is painted lighter shade than the soft coral in this
question about the shades however I am in search of shades for my shingle style home and I am at a loss. All magazines and websites say they are custom. Any
expensive & not everyone can afford them. I would rather order them thru a decorator, but don.t have the $.
space in your home, painting it tangerine could help it stand out. Pick out just the right shade to mesh with the rest of your home's decor, and add in a
“Comfy chairs around round table.” — snoonie
Auhaus Architecture
Bluff House Kitchen, void
the wearer appear slimmer and taller. The same rule can be applied to home decorating. If you have low ceilings in your kitchen and would like to make the
the wearer appear slimmer and taller. The same rule can be applied to home decorating. If you have low ceilings in your kitchen and would like to make the
“splash back tiles” — tobyrobes
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