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can you please give me details about the leopard carpeting? i.e. Manufacturer, pattern #, perhaps where to buy. Thanks so much....love your website. I always anxiously await your updates.
I like the leopard runner in the stairs.
60's leopard print -good looking pattern
A leopard-print runner leaves a trail throughout the lower level of the house. Its sprightly pattern adds a touch of the exotic to each of the predominately neutral living spaces.
Mary Douglas Drysdale
Kalorama town house
love the leopard print fabric, where is it from????
needs to have leopard print chair or accent pillows
love the beige and leopard. inspiring for my new master bedroom
Love the chairs, especially the leopard print, the subtle beige is nice.
Dresser decor & leopard
leopard print yes yes yes
leopard as a neutral
leopard chairs and all tan
Leopard print chair
Lori Berg, Allied ASID
bathroom leopard wallpaper, glass doorknobs, mirror, everything!
Love the leopard, brown, beige & white!
Leopard walls and glass door knob
Stunning leopard wallpaper
Love the leopard print
Leopard wallpaper toilet
love the leopard wallpaper
Leopard pring bathroom
Love the leopard wallpaper
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Red Hook Townhouse
Would love to buy the leopard pillows, are these RL? Great room!
12. Lack of wit. This is, perhaps, the deadliest of all decorating sins. Taking oneself too seriously can end in decorating ruin. How to break this habit? Lighten up. Take my advice: A house is not a home without a spot of leopard!
Love the fish over the "serious" sofa. The leopard pillows are great too!
not a home without a spot of leopard!
Lack of wit. This is, perhaps, the deadliest of all decorating sins. Taking oneself too seriously can end in decorating ruin. How to break this habit? Lighten up. Take my advice: A house is not a home without a spot of leopard!
Lighten up. Take my advice: A house is not a home without a spot of leopard!
B Fein Interiors LLC
Barbara Says "Leopard is a Neutral"
Barbara Says "Leopard is a Neutral"
Is a color ceiling too much with a leopard carpet?
I like both ideas of leopard carpet and painted ceiling but am worried that the bedroom ceiling height is too low to carry off the color. The floor is dramatic
Hi, my name is Yvette, I have a beautiful wing back/velvet leopard print chair. It sits in the corner of my bed room which is VERY small. All that can fit is the chair our bed and 2 small bedside tables. I am going to paint the walls and dont want to go with the
Leopard is amazing in this space! Great job!
leopard carpet from davis and davis
Leopard is most definitely a neutral!
leopard carpet in office with red walls
Emily Johnston Larkin
by Emily Johnston Larkin
loving the animals prints leopard's n zebra
With leopard pillows, this bedroom looks dramatic. But without the leopard pillows? Blah. I also have a plain duvet that I layer up with patterned pillows (chinoiserie and bamboo patterns to be exact). They're so easy to swap out.These pillows are custom, but you can find similar options in our Products
Love the leopard board with painted frame
before we begin our pinning. I love the glam-rustic charm of this workspace. The white sheepskin seat cover and ceramic trophy head relate to the leopard-print fabric used to cover the white-framed cork board. There's a touch of masculine in the wood desk, blue walls, and subtle hunting themes. A lot
Asparagus fern ( Right ) & Leopard plant ( Left )
The wildly textural mass of asparagus fern (Asparagus densiflorus, zones 9 to 11) on the right is balanced by the large-leaved leopard plant (Farfugium japonicum
large-leaved leopard plant (Farfugium japonicum ‘Aureomaculata’, zones 7 to 12) on the left.
asparagus fern (Asparagus densiflorus, zones 9 to 11) on the right is balanced by the large-leaved leopard plant (Farfugium japonicum ‘Aureomaculata’, zones 7 to 12) on the left
(Asparagus densiflorus, zones 9 to 11) on the right is balanced by the large-leaved leopard plant (Farfugium japonicum ‘Aureomaculata’, zones 7 to 12) on the left. With leaves that can grow to dinner-plate size, the leopard plant brings to mind the calm but stern presence of a father keeping his wild and