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Modern Family Room
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combination of natural wood tones with grey fireplace. Shelving around fireplace
Gray fireplace contrasting with natural wood
Natural tones. The fireplace mantel in this living room invites you to sit down and read a while by the fire. The timber shelving unit ties in with shelving used elsewhere in the room – a nifty trick to prevent fireside storage that looks like it doesn’t belong.
“nice built ins” — alyx chung design
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Silver
Ideabooks2,655
Questions6
Deep purple with natural wood tones. Purple adds depth and playfulness to a room with warm wood tones.
1. Deep purple with natural wood tones. Purple adds depth and playfulness to a room with warm wood tones. In this clean and contemporary kitchen, the formality of the marble counters and backsplash contrast the softness of the wood. The plum wall surrounding the refrigerator plays between the marble
marble and wood, keeping this whole space from getting too serious.A color like Benjamin Moore's Kalamata AF-630 pairs perfectly with natural wood tones.
“cabinets and counter tops” — sjoseph1212
Darren Palmer Interiors
5 Reviews
Potts Point Penthouse
Ideabooks1,783
Questions2
texture counts with the coir bedhead, touchy-feely bedcover, different pillows, satin curtains, leather stool, carpet, cotton sheets, all with natural tones.
bedhead, shimmering curtains, leather stool, cotton sheets, pillow arrangement, touchy-feely bedcover and ridged carpet all share a palette of natural tones.
“Cozy” — aestreim
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Mid-Century Modern Home
Ideabooks7,397
Questions7
of the new passion for bringing the indoors out and vice versa: wide windows, sliding doors, patios. The idea was to create a connection with the natural world that worked equally well with a book in your lap during a quiet moment or a cocktail in your hand at a party.
or consider installing skylights. Or, at the very least, choose wallpaper and other accents with a natural motif.
An unpainted floor in a setting like this is the only way to go. The natural tones work beautifully with the leafy view beyond.
of the new passion for bringing the indoors out and vice versa: wide windows, sliding doors, patios. The idea was to create a connection with the natural world that worked equally well with a book in your lap during a quiet moment or a cocktail in your hand at a party.Make it yours: If you have the means
“The chair” — Doron Ofir
Modern Bathroom
Ideabooks3,366
Questions4
BATHROOMMosaic tiles pair nicely with a maroon wall and natural timber…
2. Find a tray that matches your bathroom’s decorA tropical-style tray is just what this bathroom needed. The deep natural tone ties in perfectly with the other earthy colours in the space, and simple but
Love the tone on tone
Warm tones
“Colors” — offenbas
Vintage Renewal
Loft shots
Ideabooks8,681
Questions4
straight out of this jazzy Peter Som ensemble, this living room design, uses pink and orange hues as a baseline, while blue, yellow, green and natural tones create a stunning palette that will never get stale.
that feels masculine. When accented with a brown leather ottoman, white walls and contemporary artwork, this traditional sofa feels contemporary and toned down.
where colors are mixed like they were in an English cutting garden, without a thought given to matching. The hot-pink sofa is softened by the rustier tones of the area rug, and the painting introduces yellow and blue and chocolate and cream.
“Colors” — Rachel Beaudine
Spinnaker Development
14 Reviews
1512 Dolphin Terrace
Ideabooks18,866
Questions19
beautiful neutral tones including blues and greys
great in a contemporary setting. The soft sand and aqua make for a restful coastal palette. As with other coastal styles, you'll want to stick to natural tones for your flooring. Rugs should be simple but hard wearing, which is why sisal and jute are such popular choices.
“master bed ceiling?” — clmarzullo
Brandon Architects, Inc.
10 Reviews
Bayshores Drive
Ideabooks18,250
Questions11
Thank you for your question. This a natural stone in a random field pattern with tight grout joints, I believe it comes from Lompoc, CA.
Wine room back wall as contrast and setting the tone.
disposal. For those who prefer to keep things on the minimal side, pair the streamlined look of stainless steel with natural stone for the perfect mix of modern finishes and natural tones.
“wine room ideas” — Lisa Anderson
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