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entryRobert Young Architects
The main entry could easily be any other exterior door. There is nothing pretentious or exclamatory about any of the design decisions made for this home. The front door merely serves as a portal
pieces. This is due to the fact this project is actually all new construction, with the gabled pieces designed to match other local buildings.
The main entry could easily be any other exterior door. There is nothing pretentious or exclamatory about any of the design decisions made for this home. The
The main hallway could easily be any other exterior door. There is nothing pretentious about any of the design decisions made for this home. The front door merely serves as a portal between exterior and interior spaces.
Newport Beach ProjectJessica Bennett Interiors
blues, neutrals and whites, don’t forget about other colours found in the ocean, such as this stunning coral hue, which brings femininity to a bedroom while remaining faithful to the beach style. Keep the bedcover neutral and use framed prints of coral or other sea life and a light throw in the vibrant hue
The guest bedroom is a colorful homage to the coastal town of Newport Beach. Bennett incorporated bright coral accents, nautical accessories, and other natural materials as subtle and chic references to the couple's hometown. Floor lamps: Consignment shopBedding: Sferra Brothers Hotel Collection with
Amy Trowman Sullivans Beach House No. 3Matthew Bolt Graphic Design
stressing about anyone’s walking on it) why not snag an imperfect rug at a discount and have it transformed into a unique piece of furniture? Rugs and other vintage or antique textiles can make surprisingly sturdy upholstery fabrics for ottomans and armchairs, and they are bound to be conversation starters
stressing about anyone’s walking on it) why not snag an imperfect rug at a discount and have it transformed into a unique piece of furniture? Rugs and other vintage or antique textiles can make surprisingly sturdy upholstery fabrics for ottomans and armchairs,
stressing about anyone’s walking on it) why not snag an imperfect rug at a discount and have it transformed into a unique piece of furniture? Rugs and other vintage or antique textiles can make surprisingly sturdy upholstery fabrics for ottomans and armchairs, and they are bound to be conversation starters
Winchelsea BeachCabbages & Roses Ltd
British Seaside With all of its whitewashed surfaces and faded fabrics, the British seaside look is like a postcard from a very charming other time. Gallons of white paint are the main ingredient — you’ll need to cover walls, ceilings, floors and furniture with a fresh, milky white coat. Weathered
With all of its whitewashed surfaces and faded fabrics, the British seaside look is like a postcard from a very charming other time. Gallons of white paint are the main ingredient — you’ll need to cover walls, ceilings, floors and furniture with a fresh, milky white coat. Weathered
British SeasideWith all of its whitewashed surfaces and faded fabrics, the British seaside look is like a postcard from a very charming other time. Gallons of white paint are the main ingredient — you’ll need to cover walls, ceilings, floors and furniture with a fresh, milky white coat. Weathered vintage
Living RoomRethink Design Studio
Love the pillows they would go with green sofa at beach house plus match the color blue in the other pillows on the white sofas
The oak strips work nicely with other wood furnishings, as well as woven blinds and other textured elements, like jute or sea grass rugs.
The Sandberg HomeTara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
Why did you choose brown leather as apposed to other color choices?
homeowners and a Realtor, is the one who pulled together the interiors of the two ranchos. (This picture is not one of the ranchos, to clarify for other readers).
Gray is a neutral that works beautifully with other neutrals. Walls in Baby Seal DE6361 by Dunn Edwards work brilliantly with the brown saddle leather seating and dashes of black and white in this Newport
2. Go nautical. All aboard for this timeless trend that perfectly pairs circles and stripes. And what other opportunity would you have to decorate using life preservers?
Living RoomKate Jackson Design
like dark sofa...then have something light on other side
humid climates was to lighten up their dark color palettes. In the Caribbean, white, tans and light greens and blues replaced dark and heavy hues. Other British colonial elements in this room include the tropical bamboo blinds and the steamer trunk used as a coffee table. Trunks like this would hold
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KitchenetteWhitten Architects
mix of wood and other materials and shelving in front on windows
Hardware StylesOf course, once you have your cabinets chosen, you have a whole other task ahead of you: choosing hardware. Even if you've got simple Shaker cabinets like these, your choice of drawer pulls and knobs makes a big difference
Other colours have a place, though. We love the two-toned timber walls in this welcoming kitchen.
A view from the other end...
Look around the house to see what other nooks and crannies you can put to use. Have a window seat? Pull up a coffee table (maybe the one you had to remove from the living room) and flank it with a few extra chairs. Voila, the kids' table!
benchtop space and seating, plus you can create clearly defined zones for prepping, cooking and cleaning so the head chef and helpers don’t get in each other’s way.
Concord Green HomeZeroEnergy Design
everything around a bed, it's all wasted and awkward space during all the other hours of the day when you're awake. Creating a special, cozy alcove for a bed creates a comfortable space just for sleeping, and leaves a lot of other space to use for "sitting space, play areas, dressing and storage" the rest
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