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a Blade of Grass
use the same idea when decorating for Christmas; the addition of gold baubles brings to life the other colors.Here the use of bright yellow garden furniture brings to life an otherwise traditionally designed and planted courtyard garden. The muted blue of the squares of catmint (Nepeta x faassenii) are
are brought to life with the overplanting of deep pink roses and Allium hollandicum ‘Purple Sensation’, but the touch of yellow in the furniture really completes the picture.
Light & Classic
Crafts–era newel post. The finish on the island was chosen to match the color of some of the owners’ Danish modern furniture. “Keeping the island in a wood finish makes it more casual and furniture-like,” says Sutro.
Natural Bed Company
This oversize window instantly makes the forest view the best focal point this room could have.Choose simple furniture to complement a dream view like this. The minimalist bed and furniture allow the window to truly shine.
CDA Interior Design
CDA Interior Design
10. Measure key pieces of furniture ... and check if they fit through the door. If you have not accumulated much furniture yet, or you don't mind swapping a few things out, this may not be an issue. But if you do have a special
Sarah Natsumi Moore
Eco Artist's House
Paint garden furnitureTake a standard piece of garden furniture and treat it to a lick of paint. You don’t even need to paint the whole piece – why not just give legs or seats a bright blast
Contemporary Family Room
Built-ins, like this bed, take up a smaller footprint than freestanding pieces of furniture. And because the furniture is part of the surrounding architecture, it takes up less visual space as well. Plus, you can get the benefit of extra storage.
living space by finishing off the attic and adding a 300-square-foot master bedroom on the first floor. The room features a bed from Joanna’s own furniture line, topped with linens from Pinecone Hill. “I love chandeliers over beds,” she says. “When a room is that big, I feel like you need something to
doubled the home’s living space by renovating the attic and adding a master bedroom on the first floor. The room features a bed from Joanna’s own furniture line, topped with linens from Pinecone Hill. “I love chandeliers over beds,” she says. “When a room is that big, I feel like you need something to
Anthony Baratta LLC
very fresh and curated with a few stately pieces. Tell us: How does this furniture detail translate for you — modern, traditional or transitional? Let us know in the Comments section.More:Celebrating a Classic: Spool-Turned Furniture