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Rebekkah Davies Interiors + Design
Den
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Rebekkah Davies Interiors + DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Such shapes and colors are great for autumn, but they work all year round too.
“size, cordless” — Becky Clem
Nicole Crowder Photography
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Annie Elliott's Color Splashed Home in DC
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Division of Minka Group) (Nicole Crowder Photography) Collection: Concept II Link: ... If you are interested in ordering, feel free to send me an email at eporter@lightingdesign.com or call us at Lighting Design at 801-444-3321, and reference this page!
“Colour scheme” — annste05
Cherie Marcel
Making use of fabric samples
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Cherie Marcel Save Email If you like crazy quilts, you will love this. Although you could accomplish a headboard treatment like this with a quilt, these are actually fabric samples that
“Ant sienos yra pirkti tokiu trafaretu” — elenare
Fiddlehead Design Group, LLC
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Wisconsin Lake Home
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Muster name: mum29 Password: mum129 Email: mum29@live.com
“Loveseat” — buck7932
Cornerstone Architects
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Southern Living Idea House
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Cornerstone ArchitectsSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Bright idea for layered lighting: Think of the functional and decorative purpose of each light source. For example, in this entryway the wall
“Doors floor” — kewg
Soledad Alzaga
Soledad Alzaga Interior Design
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Soledad AlzagaSave to IdeabookEmail Photo How to get this look. I adore the look of a throw placed down the center of a sofa. It can make an old sofa look updated. Drape a big fun throw
“the old wooden chest is pretty cool” — allison_2410
Willey Design LLC
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Brooklyn, NY Residence
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“Flower” — kudoshi
Incorporated
Senate Square Funky Living Room
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IncorporatedSave to IdeabookEmail Photo When hanging art above a sofa or another piece of furniture, like a credenza, keep the bottom edge of the frame 6 to 12 inches above the furniture
“Couch” — mkratochwill
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