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Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Dyfari Interiors
Ideabooks5,290
Questions4
what did you use for pegs in the frame and how did you attach them.
memory of her father, who was a tailor, Diane Guariglia of Dyfari Interiors created a room inspired and designed to feel like a well-made suit. She used a brown herringbone fabric wall covering from Phillip Jeffries and incorporated pink accents throughout the space in honor of breast cancer awareness
“Frame/string holder” — nataliemleger
Bess Jones Interiors
7 Reviews
Powder bath
Ideabooks3,965
Questions8
What were the colors and effect used for the walls?Would love to do this to my living room!
Love the color of walls and the technique used.
“Mirror” — ashleycole35
SuzAnn Kletzien Design
9 Reviews
Traditional Master Bedroom with True Panache
Ideabooks2,163
Questions5
Where can I get the fabric used for the curtains?
Look how they used 3 euros
“rug on hardwood, seats @ end of bed” — kmoxie
Angela Flournoy
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Steve and Amber Frazee
Ideabooks1,076
Questions2
love the wall art - wrapping paper, could use fabric
Install an artworkThe stunning floral-inspired artwork is the hero of this dining room. The softness of the fabric used to create each bloom matches the fluidity of these cool retro chairs. If you’re feeling creative, make something yourself with material scraps.
“Flowers on wall” — janintucson
Art Gems
4 Reviews
Adirondack Style Inside & Out
Ideabooks1,190
Questions0
Wood that is used. Not necessarily the roof.
use old granery roof
“Fence” — achenzie6
Pat Brodie Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Pat Brodie Landscape Design
Ideabooks5,273
Questions5
Like the use of green, purple (or blues) and white versus lots of multi colors.
Use of stones
“purple flowers, stone retainer walls” — TRU Landscape Services
Eclectic Dining Room
Ideabooks1,968
Questions5
I like the corner use.
Materials used
“crockery unit” — setia
Art Gems
4 Reviews
Adirondack Style Inside & Out
Ideabooks7,339
Questions2
Style. Make less open at bottom. Use as trellis entry to veggie garden?
use of reclaimed wood
“gateway” — raussie
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