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We love flooring which veers away from the standard strip oak we see in so many American homes and look for material which actually says something. This antique French oak speaks of the generations which have already used it and will create a great base and sense of time in any home.
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.
Thanks to a range of possible materials for the panel inserts, these sliding doors from Modernus are insanely versatile. Use with glass to let in light, or try wood or lacquer inserts for a more defined division of space.
Get your bliss on with this happy-go-lucky, daisy themed rug. Add mood, comfort and warmth to your entryway or hallway, or tuck it beside your bed and say goodbye to cold feet.
Crewel Rug Sunflower Blissful Blue Chain Stitched Wool Rug (2x3FT)
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We've been really impressed by how far ceramic tile has come in creating authentic looking wood finishes. The consistency of tile with a wood look, great over radiant heat or in a warmer climate.
My future plans include replacing the living room/dining room carpet that flows into the kitchen with hardwood floors — a trick for making a small kitchen appear bigger!
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!
I love this gray, teal and turquoise drape set from Urban Outfitters! The pattern and color scheme are awesome.
This clever tie back adds antique style to any room in the house. It's like accessorizing your windows and drapes some jewelry.
I just ordered two of these to use in the nursery in my house. I love the way the rod connects to the simple wall bracket.
Simple, clean line pattern. Love how the color resembles concrete! This would look great on a wet bar backsplash or the walls in a shower.
If you're looking to make a statement in your entry way, this door definitely sets the stage. The intricate wrought iron pattern adds strength, design and delicacy to the picture for a beautiful effect.
A gorgeous antique oak in a herringbone pattern. We are attempting to create this feel in our own home, by using a classic herringbone pattern.
There are enough finish and material options for this door to make your head spin, making it perfect for customizing a look to fit your particular space.
This door feels like it's been transported from a monastery in the French countryside. It's a classic look that compliments a range of architecture.
"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.
Have you ever thought about adding some color to your doors? How about a glass doorknob in a cool and refreshing hue?
These bronzed branch curtain tiebacks are a gentle nod to the winter season, and they bring in just the right amount of whimsical flair. I'm a huge fan of decorating with branches, and I love that these are just one more way to incorporate the look.
I've always fantasized about having an authentic piece of old French architecture incorporated into my house. I like to imagine that a feature with such a rich history would imbue my own house with some enchanting qualities.
We are genuine floor nuts-too many people ignore them in their homes when they can deliver a sense of time and place like few other materials or design features. Antique limestone simply screams Mediterranean country style, I'd love to have it underfoot in my kitchen or throughout a country home.
Why not dress your windows in a beautiful ethnic ikat pattern? Get the look of custom made drapes for a catalog price with these linen window panels from West Elm.• 55% linen/45% cotton.• Patterned with a diamond trellis motif inspired by ikat graphics.• Grommet top.• Coordinates with west elm...
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.
Like blankets for your walls, velvet curtains keep the warmth in your house while softening the look of your windows.
Antique cement tile with a lovely patina and pattern. We love this type of tile to add a sense of place to a home design, it can be used in a traditional, country sense or create texture and feel in an eclectic design.
The way this oak takes the dark stain really makes a statement. Using dark wood floors in a home really grounds the rest of your design choices.
This goes to show that impressive doors aren't just for the front of a house. This gorgeous piece was actually installed in a brick wall surrounding a pool. It creates an impressive focal point in your outdoor space.
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 have bamboo wooden shades in my dining room and love them. They add texture and warmth and are great at blocking light. If I had to do it again, I would buy these for every room in my house.
These lucite curtain rods are a perfect way to add a simple, elegant touch of clear. They're so unique!
Bronzed and beautiful, this knob evokes a classic American feel. It would look gorgeous on doors of all colors.
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