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Lizette Marie Interior Design
2 Reviews
Willow Glen Residence
Ideabooks31,918
Questions19
Where did you get this fabric from? What pattern is this exactly and what type of fabric is it?
for study, can use shades with a similar pattern to match the catalina chair in fam room
geometric patterns and contrast and allowed me to truly explore the layering of such," she says.
4. Strong curves. Did you find an absolutely perfect stacked pedestal table for your breakfast nook? Embrace those beautiful curves and reinforce them with a curvy chandelier and patterned shades.
With a strong focus on the pattern, these soft-fold roman shades in a Moroccan-inspired fabric bring in a nice pattern to coordinate with the striped area rug and simple, clean lines of the furniture. By using roman shades, the strong architectural shapes of the windows are given importance.So
“Chandelier” — lovedezign
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ROSE
Ideabooks2,950
Questions2
Hi, love the floors. could I ask the brand and model of what you used? do they come precut for Chevron pattern already? thanks!
We can cut a chevron pattern floor for you. Let us know if you have any questions.
I love the wood floor pattern mixed with the clean modern feel of the cabinets and kitchen.
“Floor” — jada0520
Scott Weston Architecture Design PL
3 Reviews
Colour in our Residential Architecture
Ideabooks3,114
Questions3
So cool pattern for living room
interior paint pattern
The pattern for the wall
I love the wall pattern
color pattern....Paint pattern
“Patterns” — Katie Potter
Design Discoveries
5 Reviews
Los Altos Bathroom
Ideabooks12,350
Questions18
Pattern of floor tile. Shape of tub.
herringbone floor pattern for a shower
Take this luxury bathroom for instance. A standard 3"x6" tile laid in a more unexpected pattern give this bathroom a stunning element of style. Imagine this same bathroom with a large field of tile laid in a standard grid. It would not appear nearly as luxurious or interesting.
“Tile” — angie_dogcat
Tom Stringer Design Partners
3 Reviews
Turn of the Century Cottage
Ideabooks5,769
Questions7
Patterns mixed with stripes. Duvet cover
Love the navy and white and mixing the patterns
Black and white pattern in bedroom
B and W pattern and stripes
basic black pattern designs used again white backgrounds - simple and
Mix of patterns...mix of pattern...pattern match...Mix of BW patterns...Contrast pattern
“Bed skirt and pillow” — accordingtogia
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks4,310
Questions9
Love the patterned bench as a coffee table
Lots of patterns going here but there are some more traditional pieces of furniture with modern accessories and lamps.
Mix of patterns and colors. Warm traditional but updated look.
original glory. Even though the mantel looks very traditional, a patterned tile is used that's echoed in the varied bold prints of the rug and the ottoman. This room proves you can have a traditional finish but mix it with bold, fresh patterns.
“fireplace” — kiaf
Caden Design Group
1 Review
Simplistic Galley
Ideabooks3,094
Questions6
Tile pattern
Nice pattern on floor
Floor pattern...Floor tile pattern...the tile pattern
“Toilet door” — Jennifer Quealy
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Lake Conroe Spanish
Ideabooks7,482
Questions18
what stencil pattern was used. it great.
simple added patterned tile to create a rug-like border
stencil ceiling use a 6 inch pattern or larger is ideal
the pattern on the floor - wouldn't need any rug; ceiling decorations
Stenciling...AND...Floor (rug-like) bordering with use of varying material sizes as well...we could achieve this with our Limestone and a simple added patterned tile to create a rug-like border
consider the “repeat” of the pattern. Depending on the height of your ceiling, a small pattern or repeat stencil may appear busy or even disappear when viewed from afar. A design with a 6-inch pattern or larger is ideal for a ceiling. Second, look for an all-over pattern, which means that the stencil
“Nancy...light...floors...” — ilonspecht
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