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HOPE DESIGNS
8 Reviews
Amaranth Farms by Hope Designs
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Trends Home Decor
3 Reviews
M M Residence
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Trends Home Decor
Trends Home Decor
3 Reviews
M M Residence
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Trends Home Decor
TURETT COLLABORATIVE ARCHITECTS
3 Reviews
Greenwich Loft Studio
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Turett's design tea,: use sustainable materials throughout; incorporate an eclectic mix of bright colors and textures; gut everything..but preserve two decorative tiles from the existing bathroom for nostalgic value. TCA drew on its experience with 'green' materials to integrate FSC-certified wood flooring
Hello, sorry for the late response. In case you're still wondering, the tiles are glass tiles are called Liberty Mosaic and they come from Trend. As for the
glass tiles are called Liberty Mosaic and they come from Trend.
“use of colour in one side of room” — rvillard
GoodHome Painting Co.
16 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks4,605
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I love this. 5. Expose wooden beams. A simple way to incorporate the wood trend is to expose structural wooden beams already present in your home. Instead of painting them or boxing them in, leave them raw or give them a coat of
RAW APPEAL 5. Expose wooden beams. A simple way to incorporate the wood trend is to expose structural wooden beams already present in your home. Instead of painting them or boxing them in, leave them raw or give them a coat of
Expose wooden beams. A simple way to incorporate the wood trend is to expose structural wooden beams already present in your home. Instead of painting them or boxing them in, leave them raw or give them a coat of
Use of Natural Wood Ideas - Expose wooden beams. A simple way to incorporate the wood trend is to expose structural wooden beams already present in your home. Instead of painting them or boxing them in, leave them raw or give them a coat of
“Milky white” — raewynt
Becky Harris
The Parker Palm Springs/Becky Harris
Ideabooks2,137
Questions4
Moroccan Beni Ourain carpets have been spotted everywhere from Houzz to the Parker Palm Springs hotel (shown here), and the trend shows no sign of slowing. In fact, this "trend" has been going on for so long now, I think "new classic" is a better term for these much-loved rugs.
Moroccan Beni Ourain carpets have been spotted everywhere from Houzz to the Parker Palm Springs hotel (shown here), and the trend shows no sign of slowing. In fact, this "trend" has been going on for so long now, I think "new classic" is a better term for these much-loved rugs.
“wall piece for above bed” — beteinspiredspaces
Michelle Miller Interiors
9 Reviews
Michelle Miller Interiors
Ideabooks4,844
Questions14
how do I decorate a 20FT living room wall that has a 52" TV in the center of the wall
how to decorate a 20 Ft wall that has a 52" TV in the center of the wall?
Brown & teal is a classic color combo that can work with just about any decor. A dark brown sofa is eternally in style - dress it up with some funky, graphic pillows. There is no shortage of fabrics that combine the hues you
Chevron Characteristics: Versatile, on trend, bold yet relaxing. Where to use it: In small doses, such as on vases, curtains or pillows. Try a tile or painted accent wall to make a statement.
decorative feel; clean line, light, fun, contemporary, some of the color mixed with animal pattern rug
ChevronCharacteristics: Versatile, on trend, bold yet relaxing.Where to use it: In small doses, such as on vases, curtains or pillows. Try a tile or painted accent wall to make a statement. Pairs
“Hanging lamps” — snogteam
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Lyndsey & Steve
Ideabooks13,998
Questions18
Gray. It was touted as a trend at first, but the love for gray has yet to fade. Play with dark charcoal for dramatic dining rooms and use foggy gray for relaxing bedrooms full of
friend's basement. Lindsey decorates her home piece by piece and says, "It takes a lot of time and patience to get your home just right."Paint: Caviar, Sherwin-Williams; pendant light: Lamps Plus; midcentury chairs: antiques store in Hudson, New York
Gray. It was touted as a trend at first, but the love
Grey. It was touted as a trend at first, but the love for grey has yet to fade. Play with dark charcoal for dramatic dining rooms and use foggy versions for relaxing bedrooms full of natural light. MORE: Houzz guide to decorating with grey
“My FAVorite: Dark grey wall plus mounted antlers. Ahh!” — Keli Thoma
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