73 suzani Contemporary Home Design Photos

Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
The Coach House
Ideabooks780
Questions4
vintage " suzani" on the bed Love the addition of the carpet as well
Downstairs, in the master bedroom, the palette heats up to bright red. “It started with the vintage suzani,” Chamard says. “We just kept adding red pieces to it.”
Downstairs, in the master bedroom, the palette heats up to bright red. “It started with the vintage suzani,” Chamard says. “We just kept adding red pieces to it.”
“Chair” — elenagus
ibrahim radwan
utopia projects
Ideabooks3,036
Questions6
The pillow covers are suzani embroidery from Uzbekistan. I can't tell from the pictures whether they are prints or put from a large suzani piece.
Suzani textiles from central Asia are very popular right now. Embroidered suzani pillows and quilts are rich in the history and tradition of countries such as Uzbekistan. Any of these unique and colorful textiles are sure to be a conversation piece in your home.
“Cama sofa” — Laura Lavalle
Contemporary Living Room
Ideabooks721
Questions7
love the sofas with hint of suzani, rug, funky chandelier!
Love the Suzani pattern on the back of the couch in orange and blue.
Suzani lounge upholstry
“Color scheme” — atessa1212
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1 Review
18th
Ideabooks1,870
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Suzani bed throw - neatly folded
The suzani is interesting
“painting and bed runner” — Samantha
Marcelo Brito & Pedro Potaris
Marcelo Brito & Pedro Potaris - Sao Paulo - Brazil
Ideabooks13,141
Questions7
a strict palette, the patterns will feel like an intentional mix. Try a wide stripe, narrow stripe, solid, and fun printed textile, like a batik or suzani, in a matching hue. Wild card: Mix patterns and hues. For the adventurous decorator, mixing colors and patterns is what can make a room sing. To give
a strict palette, the patterns will feel like an intentional mix. Try a wide stripe, narrow stripe, solid, and fun printed textile, like a batik or suzani, in a matching hue.Wild card: Mix patterns and hues. For the adventurous decorator, mixing colors and patterns is what can make a room sing. To give
strict palette, the patterns will feel like an intentional mix. Try a wide stripe, narrow stripe, solid, and fun printed textile, such as a batik or suzani, in a matching hue.Wild card: mix patterns and huesFor the adventurous decorator, mixing colours and patterns is what can make a room sing. To give
“cool” — mjkjrobinson
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
23 Reviews
my office
Ideabooks15,434
Questions11
Mixed fabric using a Suzani print
The Approach: A Standout PatternTake away the wing chairs and this office would feel like a modern-eclectic hybrid. But the suzani fabric that dresses their backs takes the look on a journey to central Asia. It's so eye catching that it dominates the design and imbues the space
furniture in an industrial space, which makes interior designer Tineke Triggs' office all the more fun. She pulled the furniture colors straight from the suzani pattern on the chairs.
“Stoelbekleding” — leeuweng
Chr DAUER Architects
1 Review
18th
Ideabooks16,051
Questions8
it is antique suzani - designer's own (picked up in england many years ago at a village market)
White bedding is made interesting by wrapping the mattress with a length of Suzani fabric. A throw and pillows echoing the deep gray color on an accent wall complete the look. Tip: This look can be easily duplicated by turning a favorite fabric into a long panel to layer over solid bedding.
A multi-colored quilt is a great accessory for a bed that is filled with white linens. Here, a suzani brings a fun dose of color and pattern into the space, while adding a cultural feel.
“accent” — brickshire
Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Ltd. Architects
master bath
Ideabooks2,017
Questions3
is all about showing off the materials, not the collections. 5. Where there are patterns, they are ancient and traditional. Navajo blankets, ikats, suzanis, Indian block prints or African fabrics.
“Vanity” — lemmonjello
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