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Janel Holiday Interior Design
9 Reviews
San Francisco Mid-Century Mix
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Janel always incorporate flowers into her interior designs. “It’s another element to me, a way to add semblance and texture,” she says. Coffee table: Noguchi
Janel Holiday Interior Design
“Flowers.” — valnorton
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laurel quint interior design
LoDo Loft
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exposed brick walls and metal gears and pulleys. Those large architectural features added loads of character and some decorating challenges. Interior designer Laurel Quint helped the owners play off the existing unique architecture while adding softness to the hard edges.
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“I love these doors...the steps, and the turquoise iron railings...and the lamps...wonderful!” — Dana Veach
Charles Bateson Interior Design
Cotswolds Job
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Over in the original part of the house, the drawing room demonstrates Charles’s playful take on traditional interior design beautifully. The French-style seating is made from two chairs that Charles customised to create one sofa. He then reupholstered it in bright, contemporary fabric.
Charles Bateson Interior Design
EXIT Interior Design Studio
Parkowa Apartment
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Sókol's clients specifically asked to incorporate onyx into the interior design. This picture shows backlit onyx panels in the ceiling, which add a visual richness that is favored by high-end hospitality and commercial spaces. A small nook next to a center pillar with modular cabinets is used for coffee
“tonos y espejos” — ubemx13
Bruce Palmer Interior Design
7 Reviews
Primary Residence I
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something unique to do on this rooftop deck. "We had an entire rooftop to work with ... a blank slate," explains Bruce Palmer of Bruce Palmer Interior Design. "I thought a solid color would be too much, so I started playing around with a checkerboard pattern," he says. "As the pattern and ideas developed
“Chess anyone” — Garrett Self
Gacek Design Group, Inc.
2 Reviews
Designer Show Homes
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2013 Bucks County Designer House & Gardens Halkin Mason Photography, LLC
This rug may be purchased at Design Spree in Lawrenceville, NJ...we partnered with them on this room at the 2013 Bucks County Designer Show house...the rug is 9x12 and absolutely beautiful!...
the chairs - call the Jules Chair - can be purchased at Design Spree in Lawrenceville, NJ...they partnered
partnered with us on this room at the Bucks County Designer Show House..ask for Eric or Bob and let them know we sent you!
Deco motifs. Travel became more accessible during the art deco period, exposing people to different cultures and designs. A love of archeology during this era also encouraged designers to use motifs from ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome and Asia. Wood carvings, wallpaper, textiles and columns with motifs
“ceiling, drywall” — juliaburchmilton
nkba.org
Bath Contenders 2013 NKBA Design Competition
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Bath Contenders 2013 NKBA Design Competition
Bathroom by Younique Interior Designs Photo courtesy of the National Kitchen and Bath Association
Hi, Allison - lovely looking design! Did you cut the tiles to fit the arch at top above the mirror or did the installer cut-to-fit onsite? Do you use conventional thinset and grout or something more special like OmniGrip or epoxy? Mitch
Phenomenal mosaic work and the most beautiful design!
its amazing in color and design
Best Bathroom (overall)Designed to emulate a posh boutique, this bathroom took not only took the top award, Best Bathroom, but also first place in the Large Bathrooms category.Interior designer Shea Pumarejo of Younique Designs in Helotes, Texas, calls her winning bathroom “The Forward Fashionista.”
“The chaise lounge” — jrumfolo
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Jeanie Engelbach
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Candy colors in Manhattan. Photo archivist and interior designer Jeanie Engelbach didn’t start collecting metal lunch boxes until she was in college. Now they add to the color to her lively kitchen, neatly displayed on shelves. “My personal design influence is based on my 9-year-old self: candy, cartoons
Candy colors in Manhattan. Photo archivist and interior designer Jeanie Engelbach didn’t start collecting metal lunch boxes until she was in college. Now they add to the color to her lively kitchen, neatly displayed on shelves. “My personal design influence is based on my 9-year-old self: candy, cartoons
“kutular” — Azra Timur
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