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Walter Studio Interior Design
Fairview Road NE
objects, like the lamp tables and pictures. As with all overhead lighting, I always recommend that chandeliers be put on a dimmer. All the romance and mystery tends to go out of lighting — and especially antique lighting — when the bulbs are glaringly bright. When you dim them down to a soft glow, approximating
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BRIAN PAQUETTE INTERIORS
should have something worth discussing — an ambiguous ending, characters who face tough decisions or issues we all face. Most genre fiction, like mysteries and romance novels, won’t provide enough fodder for discussion.
Buckingham Interiors + Design LLC
created in a failed experiment to synthesize quinine. It became immediately popular.Purple today still evokes a sense of luxury … and perhaps a touch of mystery. The boudoir is a befitting space for this magical color. A monochromatic look, such as with the bed in this bedroom by Buckingham Interiors + Design
Supon Phornirunlit / Naked Decor
Supon Phornirunlit/ Naked Decor
Go for lots of candlelight. It will give the place a romantic, mysterious vibe.
Global Living / Bluefish Home - Showroom
finish gives this sideboard a solid front, with detail. It's hard to tell where it opens or how many drawers it has. A piece of art itself, I like the mystery.
Chicago Landscape Lighting
think about washes of light against walls and fences or across sweeps of plants. Try to resist lighting the entire garden – spacing lights to leave mysterious pools of darkness between them gives a more natural feel.
Interiors by Steven G
Contemporary Residence Boca Raton, Florida
Add a touch of mysteryThis space couldn’t be more glossy, and an oversized mirror is the perfect way to maximise the effect. Far from disguising the trick, this thick-framed
sarah & bendrix
large pieces of furniture seems daunting, kitschy art — some with dark themes, such as this print of a skull (top right) — works to give a space a mysterious allure that would be lost if the art all fell within the same theme as the rest of the room.