30,187 mix and match Contemporary Home Design Photos

Boutique Homes
1 Review
Wickets
Ideabooks296
Questions1
Again the mix match of the chairs. Love the sytle.
12. Mix and match seating in red, white and blue. These iconic chairs are a mix of red, white, blue, fiberglass, clear acrylic and metal around a wood table. The room is spare, but the mix gives it personality.
“accordion door” — arcangelojr
Claudia Leccacorvi
3 Reviews
While at CHil Design Group
Ideabooks1,707
Questions4
Love the door. Finally! Trim that matches the floor!
Can we mix white and stained doors?
Mix and match. There are few style rules with bathroom floors: if you can’t decide between several looks, consider combining them. As long as the scales are complementary, you’ll end up with a harmonious floor pattern unique only to you.
“lights” — ginep
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
16 Reviews
Greys with Splashes of Lemon Yellow make this family room comfy and warm
Ideabooks13,634
Questions19
lampshades - matching colors - different shapes / heights around a room
Texture color shape patterns in beautiful mix
pattern overload. The large-scale medallion print on the benches was just the right amount of additional pattern mixed in.More: Design Tips from the Countess of California CoolMixing and Matching Bed LinensHow to Layer Patterns Right
“Love everything!” — ejraye
VisuaLingual
VisuaLingual home/HQ
Ideabooks3,584
Questions3
Like alternative wall arrangement horizontal and vertical using mixed varying sized pics
12. Mix it up with an art wall that is a joint effort. Break the ice in the new place by combining your posters, prints and other artwork in a collaborative gallery wall that mixes and matches both of your tastes.Tell us: Share your best story about
“photos” — terrireilly
Tara Seawright
Dining Room
Ideabooks6,327
Questions9
Although this is from a different perspective, it looks like it's a match. What a great combination of materials and styles. http://www.houzz.com/photos/183305/Bobo-Intriguing-Objects-Folding-Zinc-Table-eclectic-dining-tables-
Pillows, cushions, and colorful accessories are fun and easy ways to brighten up an otherwise simple setup. Don't be afraid to mix and match patterns, contrasting colors and styles when it comes to textiles. Fabric can be a relatively inexpensive endeavor, so have fun with it and play
“Colors” — hopeharri2
Contemporary Kids
Ideabooks79,150
Questions22
question about the name of the wall color. Since it is a color that was custom-mixed on site with the painters it doesn't have a name and it doesn't exist straight out of the can. The only way that a professional painter can mix this color is to take some of the paint that was created onsite and make what's
what's called a draw-down card. This will show the actual dry paint color. This card is then taken to a paint store and computer matched for the quantity required for the space.
With an angled tray ceiling and built-in bunk beds, designer Brian Snow mixed and matched the ceiling coverings. By using tongue and groove in the bunk bed area, he defined the space.
“Compact bunk beds” — dwidlicka
Domicile Interior Design
1 Review
Domicile id
Ideabooks37,576
Questions21
accessories, and brought in lots of gold accents to add warmth. The neutral palette will forever stay in style, and it's easy background for mixing and matching furniture and accessories. The brilliant ochre desk chair is one of their favorite pieces. Found on Craigslist, they had it reupholstered in
Look beyond office furniture. Who says you have to use a black plastic office chair and a matching set of desk accessories from the office supply store? If you are looking to personalize your space, the first step is to ditch the generic in favor
What I love about this space is that nothing really matches. The palette is somewhat random, and the furniture styling is very different, but it all works. This is a true test of good design: selecting pieces
“Stacked magazines” — debracarpenter
Fivecat Studio | Architecture
3 Reviews
An Artisan Kitchen at a Briarcliff Hilltop
Ideabooks16,609
Questions24
support beam matches island legs w cross beam
Grey cabinets with matching window frames
subway tile to the ceiling on cooking wall, open shelving on cooking wall, mix of counter materials, overscale lighting over island, natural light, lack of upper cabinets
Mix and match materials: The homeowner was very involved in this project and selected the colors, fixtures and finishes. The open-plan space has large surfaces for prep and cleanup, and the stainless-steel appliances and open shelving allow for efficient food prep and give the room the feeling of a
“drvo i plavo” — zaleksic
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