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Chinese Chippendale–style bamboo chairs accompanied by green accents
asian inspired bamboo style furniture on sunporch
Chippendale–style bamboo chairs is very appealing. The chairs were named after Thomas Chippendale, England’s foremost furniture designer and maker, who worked in the mid-18th century. Although he designed many styles of furniture, he had an immense talent for blending English Gothic and chinoiserie styles together
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The Chippendale Style Desk Chair The Window Shades The Desk The Lamp
the luxury of a home office is that you are at home. Don't be afraid to forgo typical office furniture in favor of a style that blends with the rest of your home. A Chippendale-style chair with armrests and a thick cushion is incredibly chic and almost as comfortable as a traditional desk chair. And
you like the look of a bent-arm task lamp, no one is stopping you from choosing a glam table lamp with a silk shade instead. Do what makes you happy!Style notes: In this home office space, floral shades dripping with lush trim set a warm, romantic tone, echoed by the portrait, the floral painting and the
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Where is the table/desk from? Love it. Goes with so many different design styles.
As you tour the house, notice that each room is styled in the latest decor trends. Neutral spaces infused with bold color is big this year. Orange is the dominate color here and makes appearances in the rug, curtains and accessories.
Coral. This cozy warm color works with many decorating styles and is a favorite color for upholstery and accent pieces. Coral works especially well when paired with white, beige, camel, gray, and honey-gold tones
As you tour the house, notice that each room is styled in the latest trends. Neutral spaces infused with bold colour is always a popular decorating trend. Orange is the dominant colour here and is echoed
wall full of classical style. The fact that they are all black maps on cream backgrounds unites them, which means you don't need to frame them all the same way.
You can also collect maps over time of the places you visit over the years and create an art wall. This gallery style display gives this home
Framed maps will do it every time, especially those with a hand-drawn, vintage feel, whether in color paper type or illustration style.
My Houzz: Jessica Hasten
works for your life now. Tell us: Are you a fan of midcentury modern style? Share your favorite designer or iconic piece in the Comments!More:Roots of Style: Midcentury Modern DesignWhy We Love Midcentury Modern DesignSo Your Style Is: Midcentury Modern
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the room and root it in a traditional style.
Swags for him. Dress up a masculine den or office by adding a coordinating swag topper treatment over a full-length drapery panel. The heavy accent fringe feels plush and formless while remaining masculine. Style tip: Make this accent swag topper out of
cashmere, which tends to have a fiber thickness of about 14 microns (14 millionths of a meter).This library plays homage to a more masculine, refined style. These cashmere drapes are impeccable — not glitzy or over the top, with just the right amount of fall.More: Browse cashmere throws and more in Products
My Houzz: Scott Talmon: Tel Aviv, Israel
Talmon prefers a light and modern style; Cohen's style is more traditional. He chose all of this Renaissance-style furniture for his home office, which doubles as a guest room.
brainstorm, read or just sit with a cup of tea.Style notes: This workspace feels crisp and clean in all black and white. A rotating display of artwork on floating shelves and a 3-D wire deer sculpture keep it feeling personal and fresh.
Nordic style loves black and white, and often includes creative
creative vignettes of posters and photography. Picture ledges are the perfect starting point for a gallery-style wall.Tip: Install your picture ledges to one side of a wall when you'd like to visually divide the space.
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