35 brushed cotton Eclectic Family Room Design Photos

andre kleynhans interiors
3 Reviews
Private Game Lodge Mkuse, Kwazulu Natal
Ideabooks894
Questions5
hide, rattan, wood branches, canvas screens, metals & wool, velour or brushed cotton fabrics,.
“Coffee table” — greennw2
Shelley Gardea
Oceanfront Family Room
Ideabooks2,383
Questions4
technically "slipcovered". You can throw them in the washer. It's a thick cotton linen style (nubby) fabric.
technically "slipcovered". You can throw them in the washer. It's a thick cotton linen style (nubby) fabric.
“doors” — Colleen Davis
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
Riverhouse
Ideabooks1,915
Questions6
pillows and a kilim pouf. If you have a fine linen sofa, try pairing it with cotton voile pillows; a velvet sofa would call for something thick and luxurious
cushions and a kilim pouf. If you have a fine linen sofa, try pairing it with cotton voile pillows; a velvet sofa would call for something thick and luxurious
“Love the simplicity” — Lily Sayers
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Tara Seawright
1 Review
Family Room
Ideabooks9,265
Questions13
brushed ?suede / ?velvet with wood coffee table
“ottoman- wayfair” — knazzzz
Hillary Thomas Designs
Vintage Nouveau Home
Ideabooks2,733
Questions3
think you need those busy nail heads but this gives you an idea of the cotton velvet fabric vs. the leather/vinyl in the other pictures.
“ottoman” — aliaaelbehairy
Rikki Snyder
6 Reviews
Dana Worlock
Ideabooks2,653
Questions7
underfoot? If you prefer a softer feel, then natural fibers such as wool and cotton are for you. If you want a lush, deep, pile, synthetic fibers can give you
“Color paint” — Wynne Elder
Denise Posey
Christmas mantel 2009
Ideabooks836
Questions0
Grouping of trees and lights on the cotton 'snow' in the window
Bottle brush tree on candle holder
“amazing” — tshaw1004
Debra Kling Colour Consultant
45 Reviews
Faux Grasscloth Effect
Ideabooks81
Questions1
other materials as well. Using a wallpaper brush gives you more texture...and using a softer linen type brush gives you a smoother finish. Hardest part
“Living room” — jander5430
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