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Peter S. Balsam Associates
Peter S. Balsam
or room darkening shades like this
Office - *Favorite* I like how this combines an office and living room into one room which is what we want. I like the shelving, ladder, room for a sitting area, room for our two
Roman style shade motorized
gold color with silk shades
stripe fabric roman style shade
Shades and woodwork...Roman Shade
“Like ceiling” — afthomas
Northern Virginia Premier Custom Design & Build Landscape Company
Listening to your landscaping needs, fulfilling your objectives for outdoor living spaces, and creating beauty to exceed your expectations continues to be our dedicated focus.
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
How does the room close? Is there a sliding wall?
If you can't find this exact model, go to a site like Shades Of Light and pull one together, buying the shade, diffuser and pendant light sockets with cord and medallion. Easier still, go to a good lighting/lampshade store in your area
sun room glass wall with shades for visitors
The black shade of this pendant light draws your eyes up to the high ceiling of this room. It's the contrast of the black shade with the mostly white space that catches your attention.More: Don't Be Afraid of the Dark (Wallpaper)Great Ways with Black Cabinetry and Casework
“Glass wall/window” — karentostenson
Su Casa Designs
ideas on how to find it?
Where are the blinds/shades from?
Those are a custom soft Roman Shade. ...
These shades were a custom fabrication
Love the little shear shades.
“kitchen chandelier” — Sharon Kiss
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
8 Reviews
Bold dramatic statements
The 30 shades of green with one natural, huge leaf statement.
Love the green touches, different shades work
All kinds of same color shades
display in this living space. It seems to anchor the whole room, with lots of other shades of green dancing around. Cushions with lime green and moss tones, a lichen-coloured throw and a wall in a complementary apple shade expand the green theme, while still letting the leaf take centre stage.
statement leaf in deep kelly green is the perfect medium between the wall color in the background and green accessories in the foreground. Also notice how the green and yellow combination is emphasized again in the gladiolus.
“green wall color” — featherings
Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
Coastal Cottage
Is that a roller shade you have on the window? Where did you get it?
How many walls did you put wainscotting on?
Yes, it is a roller shade and was purchased at a local shade store in RI. Thanks for asking! Kate
Lovely and simple little bath. Bamboo shades
“Light fixtures” — susiemck
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Casa Lluvia Blanca
fairly large/wide roman curtains - i wonder how expensive/ easy to use these are.
Shades for taller windows
Shade style...roman shades...roman shades
“light wood” — kariannesim
Romanza Interior Design
The Isabella Cafe
full width striped roman shade - stylish!; adds color
I love how the glass colors in the pieces
Like the faux roman shade valances
Roman shade mock topper
Pleated ballon shades
faux Roman Shades
“color tie in.” — genegurley
Christopher Templeton
AA Trueline Construction Services Inc.
Interesting how color changes with siding style
Choose three or more different paint shades. Essentially, an exterior scheme has three major parts: field color, which dominates;
trimwork. Ideally, the trim color should contrast strongly with the field color. If your main hue is dark, consider classic white trim or another pale shade. A light field color can look stunning with darker trim — like eyeliner for your home, it produces a crisp, dramatic effect. Feel free to go bold with
with accent colors, but don't go overboard. A door painted bright red or lemon yellow lends just the right hit of punch. Extending that same shade to the shutters and gables ... not so much. Stuck for inspiration? Most major paint brands offer preselected color palettes that take the guesswork out of
“paint colors” — olve000567
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