98,169 neutral home decor Home Design Photos

Really? How old? Ha! This is exactly how I'm doing my home. It's a ranch style home. BM's Chantilly lace on the walls with white romans and brown accessories. Gorgeous!!!
Sorry, I don't know. The photo is from an old issue of Elle Decor.
Neutral colours blinds
decoration piece
“Black golden” — palash20
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Caitlin Wilson
Philadelphia Penthouse
heart sing with joy, go for it. Be bold and feminine with pink, and don't worry too much about what will go with it. As the famed decorator Dorothy Draper said, decorating is fun!Tell us: Would you choose colorful upholstery?
5. Energy and Color Aplenty in a Live-Work RentalJust because you're a renter doesn't mean you can't have style, as this colorful Philadelphia home proves. This designer outfitted her family's apartment in feminine hues that still feel family friendly. Houzz readers loved her daring but girly style
8. Choose what you love. There's no getting around it; color is emotional. And when you bring a bold color into your home, the only good reason to do it is because you love it. Not like it, or think you might like it, or wonder if you should like it, but love it to smithereens
“bamboo table” — belangno
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Marin Bunglow
built ins - like big open spots for decor
It's easy to open up interior ceilings to the roofline or to add skylights. I also love the mid-centuary modern decor!!
2. Not so big. Ranch houses align with current interests in living more lightly on the earth. They tend to be smaller than newer homes, although their original single-pane windows can place a greater demand on heating and cooling in certain climates.
“idea for orange room” — ankencr
Vendome Press
Katie Ridder Rooms
Is the mosaic stone or ceramic? I like the way you brought in color while working with a conventional neutral background. Great job of making the house look lived in.
Because the entryway is the first thing guests see, Ridder believes that this part of your home should
bikes are bound to bump into the walls. MacIsaac writes: "Entryways don't usually require much furniture, but they do need to be well furnished. In decorating a transient space, form is more important than comfort."
was covered in red and silver leaf for a colorful accent. Because the entryway is the first thing guests see, Ridder believes that this part of your home should have an impact. She consistently uses bold styles and textures in the entryways she designs, blending big light fixtures, mirrors and wall art
“entryway black white tiles” — ceccone
Bruce D. Nagel Architect
Modern Farmhouse
structure can also work with a minimalist space, especially when painted in a neutral tone. Noted for its restrained styling, minimalism seeks no extraneous decoration. This room shows how an exposed structural concept can feel at home in a minimalist aesthetic. Leaving the painted ceiling framing without cover
“closet” — bigredfrog
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
in White, Beige and Sea Green. We custom made these with a flexible back for the designer Wendy Black Rodgers who has additional pictures of this home. Carson Poetzl and she did a beautiful job on this house.
i want a fountain in my home sooooo bad
decor around edge of hot tub
Neutral blue tiles for tub
Decoration on the surround
Fountain decor
“Edge/cap around hot tub and pool” — awbritt12
Sixteen Doors
who would want to leave home?
Simple natural decor
Log as a decorative piece
Country home...neutral colors
“Sliding glass doors” — mermamimi
Lauren Ostrow Interior Design, Inc
13 Reviews
Library 2
look as soft when fully extended. I think they have used an extra trim on the sides, which is pretty. Ignore the heavy Italian-ish decorating!
roman shades; neutral color with darker stripe
This picture shows how Roman shades work. They can be elegant or traditional or whatever decor you wnat. They would have to be custom made.
The roman shades here have more style to them...may work better in our home
“window treatment” — pattylearmont
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