5,494 italian style interior Eclectic Home Design Photos

Albus Design
Your Time To Conquer
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Camerette collection - cabinetry for changing, adding and accompanying the owner's life evolution, always expressing high quality and style. The photography was made by Italian photographer Federico Cedrone, and the settings were designed by Brazilian architect Henrique Steyer, from Albus Design ( http://www
http://www.albus.com.br ). To cater to a wide array of consumers, Henrique created five environments with completely different styles, tied by two basic symbologies: the door, representing the opportunities the future brings, and objects of desire that are key aspects of the youth's imaginary, such as the
“lights” — davidhryciuk
Albus Design
Your Time To Conquer
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Camerette collection - cabinetry for changing, adding and accompanying the owner's life evolution, always expressing high quality and style. The photography was made by Italian photographer Federico Cedrone, and the settings were designed by Brazilian architect Henrique Steyer, from Albus Design ( http://www
http://www.albus.com.br ). To cater to a wide array of consumers, Henrique created five environments with completely different styles, tied by two basic symbologies: the door, representing the opportunities the future brings, and objects of desire that are key aspects of the youth's imaginary, such as the
Hudson Place Realty
PAVONIA AVENUE
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Viking refrigerator, Kuppersbusch induction cooktop, built-in double wall oven and Bosch dishwasher, Dacor espresso maker, Viking wine refrigerator, Italian Zebra marble counters and walk-in pantry. A breakfast nook leads out to the large deck and yard for seamless indoor/outdoor entertaining. Other building
Property Marketed by Hudson Place Realty - Style meets substance in this circa 1875 townhouse. Completely renovated & restored in a contemporary, yet warm & welcoming style, 295 Pavonia Avenue is the ultimate home for the 21st century urban family. Set on a 25’ wide lot, this Hamilton Park home offers
“half pergola & high side wall” — lanicwalker
Hudson Place Realty
295 PAVONIA AVENUE
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Viking refrigerator, Kuppersbusch induction cooktop, built-in double wall oven and Bosch dishwasher, Dacor espresso maker, Viking wine refrigerator, Italian Zebra marble counters and walk-in pantry. A breakfast nook leads out to the large deck and yard for seamless indoor/outdoor entertaining. Other building
Property Marketed by Hudson Place Realty - Style meets substance in this circa 1875 townhouse. Completely renovated & restored in a contemporary, yet warm & welcoming style, 295 Pavonia Avenue is the ultimate home for the 21st century urban family. Set on a 25’ wide lot, this Hamilton Park home offers
TileStyle
Arabesque Bathroom
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Arabesque black & white wall tiles from Tonalite.
TileStyle
A Fresh Natural Twist to Traditional Floor Coverings
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Italian design
“awesome kitchen, love the tiles onthe backsplash and the floor tiles are awesome” — mjkjrobinson
Albus Design
Your Time to Plan
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Camerette collection - cabinetry for changing, adding and accompanying the owner's life evolution, always expressing high quality and style. The photography was made by Italian photographer Federico Cedrone, and the settings were designed by Brazilian architect Henrique Steyer, from Albus Design ( http://www
http://www.albus.com.br ). To cater to a wide array of consumers, Henrique created five environments with completely different styles, tied by two basic symbologies: the door, representing the opportunities the future brings, and objects of desire that are key aspects of the youth's imaginary, such as the
Albus Design
Your Time to Plan
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Camerette collection - cabinetry for changing, adding and accompanying the owner's life evolution, always expressing high quality and style. The photography was made by Italian photographer Federico Cedrone, and the settings were designed by Brazilian architect Henrique Steyer, from Albus Design ( http://www
http://www.albus.com.br ). To cater to a wide array of consumers, Henrique created five environments with completely different styles, tied by two basic symbologies: the door, representing the opportunities the future brings, and objects of desire that are key aspects of the youth's imaginary, such as the
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