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Christine Tuttle Interior Design
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Bulthaup Kitchen, room elements by Christine Tuttle Interior Design, Boston
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kitchen, designed and installed in 2008, was the hub of a design I did for a dark, unimaginative, 9,000 sq. foot house in a Boston suburb. It needed to incorporate light and have clean lines yet feel warm and engaging. A variety of woods, stone and metal materials, as well as more fragile materials such
actually designed? It is impolite to take credit for other peoples' work.
Tuttle Interior Design at www.christinetuttle.com for information.
Tuttle designed. Perhaps the posters kitchen has only been waiting for the perfect stool and that's what the she/he was referring to. "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery" .
Scandinavian It's simple, nice, and reminds you of nature.
Scandinavian Typically both functional and attractive, it often combines natural woods, such as teak, beech, pine and ash, with aluminium, steel, chrome or glass - materials which are
“like the hood in grey” — mwidich
Holly Marder
The home of Yvonne and Boris
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blending Scandinavian and English design styles,”
blending Scandinavian and English design styles,” Eijkenduijn says.
The couple's light and bright dining room exemplifies the feel of the entire home. Eijkenduijn can’t pinpoint the look as any single style but agrees with the description “Scandinavian pretty” offered by Joanna Copestick, cowriter of Decorate. “It’s mix and match, blending
description “Scandinavian pretty” offered by Joanna Copestick, cowriter of Decorate. “It’s mix and match, blending Scandinavian and English design styles,” Eijkenduijn says.
“P” — Maham Mujtaba
LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
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Modern Style Decorating Styles How to Get That Modern Scandinavian Look It's not all stark design and clean lines. Scandinavian decorating is surprisingly warm and ventures well beyond white Follow
fact, Scandinavian design is playful and fun. Colorful rugs, art, furniture and flowers abound. The backdrop might be white, but color is everywhere. 5. A mix of styles and eras. While Scandinavian design is known for clean, geometric lines, that doesn't mean there isn't room for an ornate chandelier
travel and design. I just... More » 17 Bookmark Like Email Embed Click "Embed" to display an article on your own website or blog. Share: I just spent three weeks in Sweden and Denmark, where good design is woven into the DNA of the culture. But while we may be familiar with the famous names of Scandinavian
“paneling” — crgrady
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Shannon Malone
Front Exterior
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colour is Scandinavian Blue, Benjamin Moore (as per previous comment!)
The paint color is Scandinavian Blue, Benjamin Moore
color. "Scandinavian Blue" by Benjamin Moore"
love the blue colour!! Benjamin Moores Scandinavian Blue
Scandinavian Blue Paint Color Ben Moore
favorite designer. It is never contrived," Ellwood says.
These bright blue lounging Adirondacks are the focal points of this simple, neutral yard. The paint color is Benjamin Moore's Scandinavian Blue.
“landscape idea” — vocalone23
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
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white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
genres in interior design. Good luck with you project and your class!
specially designed for floors, usually labelled 'porch and floor paint'. Do good preparation and consult your paint store for specific instructions based on the product you purchase.
with a design that is eclectic, but balanced - just like the room above. Below are some other examples of rooms we love, for the same reasons... For more great ideas check out our Ideabooks: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/users/panyl/p/10 There is a lot of great art, and furniture as well, most
Scandinavian white, casual mix of texture, color, light
Graphic designer Jeanette Lunde lives in this charming home with her husband and two daughters.
“new house” — lahodges10
Gast Architects
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Russian Hill Roof Deck - A Sauna With A View
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Love this design! The clean lines of the sauna structure and chair with the rugged stone. Stone looks like Realstone Charcoal Ledgestone.
color and interior door type - all glass?
Modern Scandinavian chic. The Scandinavians are masters of clean and simple design. The look here has been achieved by layering varying soft shades of modern gray in different textures, such as bleached wood, simple stone and clean painted lines. The designer has also
modern Scandinavian look on your patio, go for uncluttered, simple furniture pieces with clean lines in black or gray wood. Choose a simple palette of one or two colors — grays or whites would work well. If this feels too sterile for you, try adding a little warm, colored wood (such as a reclining sun
“Like the colors” — sheldano
Shannon Malone
Exterior
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modern design, the particular design of the building and the Japanese motif of the garden.
Scandinavian blue high saturated paint color for the front door!
cobalt blue gates_ben moore scandinavian blu
Scandinavian blue Benjamin moore
Scandinavian Blue B/M
Paint: Scandinavian Blue, Benjamin Moore
Scandinavian Blue 2068-30
Paint: Scandinavian Blue, Benjamin Moore
gate design...Scandinavian Blue
“jardin majorelle” — graysi
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
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white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
Danish designers have always been passionate about good design. They believe strongly that good design improves lives and should be affordable to all. White walls and white floors punctuated with splashes of color are the key to this look and are easy to include in your own home.
Yes, Scandinavian homes do tend to use a lot of white, and with good reason. During those long, cold winters when the sun barely rises in the sky, white floors and walls paired with large windows cheer up even the smallest of spaces. And really, you can't go wrong with white. It goes with everything
modern Scandinavian farmhouse look.See the rest of this home
“new home” — lahodges10
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