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Etica Studio
The Recycled House - Bedford, WA
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of the house,” she says. “In the end, I chose an abstract peacock design.”Carla goes on to mention that peacocks are known for being good luck. Another example of how heart, soul and nods to history have driven the design of this home.
Eating alfresco would be much more fun with a gorgeous wall like this as a backdrop. It brings both colour and personality to this outdoor area, and the design can complement both formal and casual eating occasions with ease.
“woman riding ostrich . . .like” — kkazor
Holly Marder
The home of Yvonne and Boris
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The home of Yvonne and Boris
inspiration in British interior design, including the homes of some of the most famous women in English-language literature, such as Virginia Wolf's Monk's House, Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House, Vanessa Bell's Charleston Manor House and Beatrix Potter's Hill Top home.
birds and roses wallpaper by Eijkenduijn's favorite British designer, Cath Kidston, covers an accent wall in the dining room. "I just love her aesthetic ... her clever floral patterns for the modern-day woman," she
inspiration in British interior design, including the homes of some of the most famous women in English-language literature, such as Virginia Wolf's Monk's House, Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House, Vanessa Bell's Charleston Manor House and Beatrix Potter's Hill Top home.
“Single wallpaper wall” — Amy Lindroos
Shannon Malone
Rear Exterior
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I have never seen anything like this house. The design, style and decor makes it so unique, yet not so modern that you wonder what the hell it is. The gothic styled design over the windows to the left give it an old world touch mixed with the new. The trees add
This design is ON FIRE. Way to go.
inspiration are other artists and architects who build organic structures, such as Antonio Gaudí and San Diego artist James Hubbell.When you're designing your home, Marc advises, spend time in other spaces to find out what you like and what is comfortable to you. "Take time and contemplate what you love
“incorporates nature, outdoor living areas, architecture and nature blend together harmoniously.” — fpilgreen
Seattle Premier Interior Designer - Best of Houzz 2014
Claire Campbell is an interior designer in Seattle, WA., known for her clean, fresh, stylish aesthetic. From consultation to planning to the finishing touches, she can help you every step of the way.
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Jeffers Design Group
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Jay Jeffers Home
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This kitchen from Jeffers Design Group uses a neutral gray plaid for the backsplash and walls, which blends with the lower cabinets and makes the upper red ones pop even more. It's
25. Distinctive Edwardian 'Design Lab'For many designers, their home becomes a place to experiment — as evidenced by this beautiful San Francisco Edwardian. Although the original architecture was retained
retained, the house's unique color palette gives it a new, modern feel. Houzzers loved the contrasting trim throughout the home and the stunning plaid kitchen backsplash.
The kitchen was the only room in the house that truly needed work — but what designer stops after renovating just one room? Jeffers put in a tartan tile backsplash "à la Burberry," he says, and custom cabinets with back-painted glass. "It's a cliché to say, but we live in our kitchen," he says. "The
“Small to larger- Plaid” — pburda
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Roebuck Home
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Pinned-up-paper wall treatment. Textile designer Kate Roebuck couldn't bear to have too many white walls in her Mississippi rental. Green printed paper rolls pinned to the wall act just like wallpaper
If you want to design your ownIf you’re keen to design your own fabrics, then why not look at stencilling or screen-printing? These methods allow you complete design control and to get hands-on with your home decor. Block printing and stencilling can be done easily at home with
14. Pinned-up-paper wall treatment. Textile designer Kate Roebuck couldn't bear to have too many white walls in her Mississippi rental. Green printed paper rolls pinned to the wall act just like wallpaper
store or Spotlight/Lincraft stores. Heat setting is as easy as using your iron for the directed amount of time.For larger metreages, you can have your design professionally screen-printed at a number of places. Publisher Textiles is my top pick – it carries its own line and also can work with you to manufacture
“jillies. use paper or fabric behind a bed” — dlewlew
Alex Amend Photography
Lifestyle 2020 by Green Couch Interior Design
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Lifestyle 2020 by Green Couch Interior Design
This lounge is devine. Its to die for. I love the colours and the textures of the decor and the design is elegant.
Downstairs Kitchen and LoungeBy Green Couch Interior DesignEvery grand home needs an indoor-outdoor space, and Green Couch Interior Design made the most of this home's expansive square footage with a combined kitchen and living space that opens up to the outdoor patio. The mild San Francisco weather
“Great sunroom idea!!” — flowers7273
CM Glover
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My Houzz: Eclectic Finds in Maryland
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addition, which she worked on with architect Michael Cavanaugh of Design/Build Maryland and Kingston Design Remodeling, the home's showpiece. The pull-down classroom reference map of shells is her favorite vintage find. It acted as the main design inspiration for the room, which includes sea grass furniture
“Pillows, large ottoman coffee table” — ekochenower
Jennifer Harris Interiors
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Evanston Condo
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"When designing a Chicago home, I find that most people like to mix things up, using modern pieces along with primitive pieces," says interior designer Jennifer Harris. "Antiques get a fair play too, whether they have sentimental value or are simply a piece that a client just fell in love with." Harris
“dolap” — borayildirim
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