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Heydt Designs
4 Reviews
Mill Valley Classic Cottage
Ideabooks8,366
Questions8
example of the old and new combinations seen throughout the house. It includes a traditional console table, an antique architectural element, a modern drum shade and crisp white walls. "The existing upstairs bedrooms had vaulted ceilings with triangular windows in the upper parts of the gables," says Heydt
“Flooring” — mpro
ResCom Designs
20 Reviews
Patterned Roller Shades
Ideabooks4
Questions0
Patterned Roller Shades
modern roller shades
modern window coverings
contemporary sun shades
modern blinds...modern sun shades...contemporary shades...elegant shades...elegant sun shades
ResCom Designs
20 Reviews
Rollers
Ideabooks6
Questions0
modern roller shades
modern window coverings
blackout roller shade
Contemporary Roller Shades
Roll up Shade without cover
blackout shade...roller shades...sun shades
“Bathroom and closet?” — alvinldaniels
Northern Virginia Design Firm
Exclusive Design, Exceptional Living
We deliver “ceiling to floor” interior design services, and 17 years of experience has afforded our design team the opportunity to share our passion for design and creating unique interior spaces.
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John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Sproule-Rowen
Ideabooks7,312
Questions7
Build your palette with shades of the same hue. Once you have a paint color picked for your first room, one simple way to move on is to choose shades of the same hue for adjacent rooms or walls. You can choose a hue from a nearby paint chip
Colour: Build your palette with shades of the same hue. Once you have a paint color picked for your first room, one simple way to move on is to choose shades of the same hue for adjacent rooms or walls. You can choose a hue from a nearby paint chip
Build your palette with shades of the same hue. Once you have a paint color picked for your first room, one simple way to move on is to choose shades of the same hue for adjacent rooms or walls. You can choose a hue from a nearby paint chip
“Lines” — evconn
Sutro Architects
2 Reviews
Classic San Francisco
Ideabooks1,577
Questions1
Hi! Is that a roller blind underneath a roman shade?
All the shades here in this pic. Also has stairs
Privacy shade at the stairs
Roman shades and neutral colors.
roman shade love...Grass shade for LR?...Roman shade...dual window shades...beige roman shade
“Flowers!!!” — odetterodriguez
Kendle Design Collaborative
3 Reviews
Monk's Shadow interiors
Ideabooks2,285
Questions1
Shade idea for patio- overhang with shade cloth
Clever use of shade, alliance of structure and direction of sunlight
Love no walls just glass, tho must have bigger shade
Corridor & outside shading
Light & Shade
“almost a courtyard” — livvya
Tommy Chambers Interiors, Inc.
Rustic Mediterranean Beach Home
Ideabooks342
Questions1
onto a patio just outside the doors. The matchstick shades were from www.horizonshades.com . We selected the design we wanted and had our window installer order them. They are "Top Down/Bottom up" shades...meaning you can either pull the shades up from the bottom or drop them down from the top (as
useful when you want to see the sky or mountains out the top of the windows, but want privacy below. Horizons shade may only be sold to someone to the trade, but you can find similar shades online from www.smithandnoble.com
Want more info about the shades
“might be realistic, really narrow” — Ann Fay
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Farmhouse Reinterpreted
Ideabooks10,003
Questions16
These are the Mistral from LBL with an Opal shade and satin nickel finish. Here is a link: http://www.ylighting.com/lbl-mistral-wall-sconce.html
Smooth, flat traditional trim with a modern twist thanks to the absence of a plinth block.
to feel of a piece.The truth: "Rather than all the same color, I prefer layer varying shades of a color room to room," Williams says. "Rooms can all be tied together with a common trim paint, but varying the shade ever so slightly can help with the flow of the house. This is easy to do right on a color
This home is filled with a rich and interesting array of shades of green, from neutral almost-beige to pea soup. In this view down the hall, the subtle variations in color lead the eye pleasantly into the next rooms
“trim” — Ginger Chartier
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