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Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
New Country French Cottage
Please can you tell me where you got these hanging lights
Two questions really..what are the colours of the doors, both light and dark?
color than the usual earth tones. • Sturdiness. Remember the Three Little Pigs? There are good reasons brick has been a construction stalwart for centuries: It's tough to destroy, it doesn't rot. and it won't require painting or refinishing. Brick withstands extreme conditions and weathers heavy foot
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Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
Hi Lisa. Glad to help. These came from Century, "Chairside Table # 819-624" We ordered them in their finish called "42C Walnut Finish". I recall they offered a nice wide variety of finishes including
really unique colored lacquer (like turquoise!). Our client wanted something more subdued that would add a dark counterpoint to all the white and light colors in the bedroom. She is very happy with these. Good luck to you! Josette
Adding in a large scale mirror can help increase the light, and help the room itself feel a bit larger too.
Light yellow and large mirror brightens up
Colin Cadle Photography
light walls, dark floor, but no tile
The curtains with additional color coordinated sheers will give privacy and a light feel to the room.
to see outside. They add a dreamy, ethereal atmosphere to a long soak, and can easily be drawn back if stronger light is needed, for applying make-up, for instance. White lets in most light, or choose a block colour to cast a more moody glow.
curtains hung at one window, to create some privacy, but the other window, which is not overlooked, has been left unadorned. Net curtains are very last century, but modern alternatives, made from fine muslin or super sheer fabrics, look beautiful. In this airy bathroom, fine curtains billow in the breeze of
Huniford Design Studio, Holiday House Hamptons 2014
like the lightness of the walls combined with the natural lighting of windows and the beamed ceilings
Too white but love the light & ceiling. Open space.
and next)In the loft’s main living space, Huniford Design Studio wanted to accentuate the architecture, natural light and high ceilings. To do so they took inspiration from early-20th-century factory buildings and added a modern-luxury touch by incorporating clean lines in the furniture, textured linens
Hi Barbara We can supply you with a similar style of Chandeliers which are known as the Maria Theresa, a 17th Century style named after Queen Maria Theresa of Germany in Murano Glass so please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested. Dean Cato CEO Murano Art Glass Australia
Sherwin Williams Ivoire, SW 6127. It is a great color to use in rooms that run together. It picks up the colors around it and looks lovely in any light. Best Regards, Tina
Live the black against the light walls
Murphy & Co. Design
Tudor on the Point
I'm not usually a fan of dark wood panelling but the continuation of it on the ceiling is inspired, and emphasises the unusual shape of the room. Brings to mind 19th century ship cabins
Round room, light, needs more book shelves, nice roof
Beautiful library, keeps old charm of classic libraries but preserves natural light.
Studio Durham Architects
Renovation of a turn of the century Maritz & Young house in the St. Louis area. Alise O'Brien Photography
COLORS - very soothing impression - dark with light, cream?
All of it, except the lights. We really like the floor, vanity, counters, sinks and faucets. This is our favorite so far.
i like these lights too
Dark and light...wall lighting
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
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Does anyone know where the ceiling lighting is from? thanks
Contrast of light nd dark is breathtaking
historians have about the origins of the flame stitch is that it emerged from the marriage of two embroidery stitches popular in the 13th and 14th centuries: the Gobelin (or brick stitch) and the Hungarian (or zigzag stitch). The resulting combination was a favorite of Princess Elizabeth of Hungary, who