140 majolica Home Design Photos

Diane Bennett Bedford
1 Review
Bridge Design Studio
Ideabooks1,816
Questions2
Green majolica in hutch
majolica on pine cupboard
Majolica display
“nice for dining 7-8-14” — randahallak
MHK Architecture & Planning
3 Reviews
Coastal Cottage Living/Dining Rooms
Ideabooks247
Questions1
Majolica collection.
Like majolica
“white walls with splashes of color” — kayannalynn22
VSP Interiors
Dorset Stable Conversion
Ideabooks393
Questions1
“The collection started off with majolica pieces from Spain, but it’s grown over time. There are some Moroccan, German and Italian plates now — anything works as long as it’s green
shades that direct the light down, rather than up. The plates on the wall celebrate her favourite colour – green. ‘The collection started off with majolica pieces from Spain, but it’s grown over time. There are some Moroccan, German and Italian plates now – anything works as long as it’s green!’ says
silk shades that direct the light down, rather than up. The plates on the wall celebrate her favorite color — green. “The collection started off with majolica pieces from Spain, but it’s grown over time. There are some Moroccan, German and Italian plates now — anything works as long as it’s green,” says
“cool wallpaper” — rocket8808
Northern Virginia Design Firm
Exclusive Design, Exceptional Living
We deliver “ceiling to floor” interior design services, and 17 years of experience has afforded our design team the opportunity to share our passion for design and creating unique interior spaces.
Sponsored
Liz Williams Interiors
1 Review
Detail of area in green and white guest bedroom.
Ideabooks1,992
Questions1
up and start from scratch. Layer in plates, cups, goblets and other pieces in bold, fun colors to give the old standbys a new spin. Here, sprightly majolica updates a group of simple serving pieces
up and start from scratch. Layer in plates, cups, goblets and other pieces in bold, fun colors to give the old standbys a new spin. Here, sprightly majolica updates a group of simple serving pieces.
dining room, it's a guest bedroom. Note the way the designer started out with a background of white platters and plates and added punches of green Majolica pottery. The three small plates across the top add a sense of order, but overall the composition still has a casual feel. This is a balancing act
The guest room was another opportunity to display a collection in a pine cabinet the clients already owned. The Majolica pottery and bucket pick up on the Dill Pickle green.
“beautiful cabinet” — andiandy
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Captain Faifield Inn - Lounge
Ideabooks4,835
Questions8
Decide in advance which pieces must stay. Not willing to get rid of your Biedermeier sideboard or your majolica collection? The process will go more smoothly if you share that information with your designer during the initial site visit and consultation. That way, he or she can plan around the items
“Colors” — lcseattle
Michael Abrams Limited
22 Reviews
Seeley Dining Room
Ideabooks110K
Questions53
should have strong, clean lines. Be prepared: The less-is-more approach requires firm and judicious editing. If you just can't bear to stow your prized majolica or dismantle your gallery wall, ask a style-savvy friend to handle it while you hide in another room. Look closer: A few well-chosen pieces are
“Love the look of the room with wall panelling, colours and lighting” — michelledyer
McCoubrey/Overholser, Inc.
Split Level House
Ideabooks145
Questions0
Could use majolica
“Simplicity and recycled hanging pieces” — Alison Dean
Platinum Series by Mark Molthan
4 Reviews
Bedrooms
Ideabooks331
Questions1
Majolica, colors, armoire
“Color” — cleliae
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™