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The fantastic aged gray on this oak flooring is really lovely. Going for that calm, timeless french country look? This would be a good choice for flooring.
I’m glad I came across this Logs & Twigs flooring, as it’s something I’ve never seen before in my life! So chic and natural, it immediately brings in a fresh breath of fierce forest air. This flooring looks flawless paired with distressed leather couches and antiqued wood furniture.
I would love nothing more than to walk across an antique terra cotta tile floor in my barefeet, preferably with radiant heat installed underneath as it gets a bit cold in the winter! So amazing.
I ordered these velvet curtains in peacock for my newborn's window. They're fully lined so they help keep the light out when needed!
There's no better way to spruce up a boring concrete patio floor than with tile — and no easier way of tiling than this. No special tools, no adhesives, easy-peasy!
Silk drapes are a must. These faux silk drapes come at the best price ever. They are so nice because they are not pole tops but pinch pleated — rich folks don't do pole tops. These come in several colors and extra long lengths, too.
A custom built in window seat in a bay window does double duty as built in storage. Motorized roman shades make opening and closing easy.
This shiny stainless steel door shows your modern style right from the street. I also love that substantial handle, and the locking mechanism (are those four deadbolts I count?) looks like it means business too.
The geometric pattern of square repeats for a clean, modern effect. It's a great way to carry modern design to your front door.
I like these sliding doors from Modernus because they let in light while still providing privacy, thanks to the frosted glass panels. And you can customize the materials, including metal, lacquer and wood frame, to get the right door for your space.
For spaces that need some light and only occasional ventilation (or where the window can be installed within easy reach), a manual skylight will definitely do the trick. This one can be customized in a range of glazes and with blinds added.
I am absolutely in love with this gray and white panel set from Z Gallerie! I want to buy this set for myself. Plus, gray is a neutral color that can be combined with a lot of other colors.
Montecito Panels - Grey
My kitchen has French doors that lead out to the back deck. My husband and I pulled off the '90s mini blinds, and my plan is to replace them with simple Roman shades. These are thermal, which will help with the strong sun we get for most of the day.
I like the idea of swapping out curtain panels with the seasons. These panels would be a good option for locations that don't get much light during the cooler months. And the pattern is a good option for everyone!
Floral patterns are back in a big way for the home, climbing the walls in fresh wallpaper patterns and even covering the floor. Flor's "Cut Flowers" pattern hits on this trend, and comes in punchy colorways that are also of the moment.
Great sophisticated color in natural cleft for more texture, affordable natural stone for floors, mudrooms, entryways and the like.
This craftsman style door has a twist. The traditional door is flanked by a glass panel with branches entwined all the way up. It adds interest, incorporates nature and provides light with security.
"Budding Spring"_ this home is set back in an expansive yard which lends a bit of drama to the approach. My clients are both graphic designers and had specific imagery from which I began my design process.
Of course, custom rules, but these heavier-weight, lined drapery panels in 50" or 100" widths would keep costs down. Summer breeze, no extra charge.
Curtains, curtains and more curtains! I don't think I can stress enough how quickly and easily a set of curtains can change the entire look of a space, especially a dining room. I love these ikat panels from West Elm because their pattern is just enough to be interesting without being overpowering.
Natural cleft slate has tons of texture and really gives you the option natural stone at a more affordable price point. Super in entryways or mudrooms, bathrooms as well.
This flooring is created out of reclaimed wine barrels. It highlights the distinct markings from the hoops on the outside of the barrel. It is such a clever way to give your floors that special touch.
I love the idea of having outdoor drapes to break up larger spaces. Divide areas like the barbecue, patio, pool and sun room with drapes for a dramatic yet summery look.
Beautiful billowy curtains make a great addition to an outdoor pergola or enclosed deck. The candy cane stripes on this pair make them my favorites.
Not only do I love this mid century modern design, I love the color coordination and the porch furniture in this picture. What a perfect retro look.
The Fontenot Doorlite Kit
For that cool, calm ambiance of Industrial Chic, these curtain panels provide just enough "billowing in the breeze" but in the right color palette for a loft apartment.
I like that these windows can be mixed together in multiple numbers to create non-traditional bay or bow windows. This really allows you to create a unique architectural and design feature in your home while flooding the space with light.
I'm a big fan of Flor's modular carpet tiles. They can be configured in any shape and are easy to maintain.
I'm a bit of a fan of this lighter style terra cotta tile rather than the rose and reddish-pink ones. They have an antique sun-washed feel to them.
Alexander Girard's happy prints originally used in his design of La Fonda Del Sol are now available as a rug. Six tiles.
I love the contrast in these classic contemporary curtains from West Elm. They're stimulating for baby's senses, but not overwhelming — a great balance for a nursery.
New flooring is a fairly inexpensive way to bring the feel of Tuscany to your kitchen. Plus, the installation of this laminate is made to be a breeze.
Another quick way to makeover a room on a budget is to add window treatments. These curtain panels from Z Gallerie are great because they're functional, visually add length to your room and bring in a dose of texture.
Mitoni Curtain Panels
Sometimes just a small splash of color is enough to really make a space pop. I like how these windows are glazed for privacy but also have swoops of color that catch the light and really bring it into the room without overpowering.
I truly believe that people underestimate the beauty and power of drapery panels. They can instantly transform a space. I love these and would use them in a clean, fresh bedroom. Paired with white or gray, they are really stunning.
Lexus Panels, Aquamarine
From the Harvard University colors to the hue of the Beacon Hill brownstones, crimson is reminiscent of the city. These curtains are a beautiful way to bring this pretty shade into your home.
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