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Dunlap Design Group, LLC
paneling as a neutral, so really any color direction on the floor would work. If you're wanting to do tile, I would probably do another neutral, such as a tan limestone. You can always add color with a rug, but you can't easily change the floor color if you get bored with it. Regards, Charles
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Seattle Area Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2013
Best of Houzz 2013
Kimberlee Marie Interior Design is a full service interior design company that turns its client's dreams for their home into a reality. We will add warmth and functionality to your living area.
Rebekkah Davies Interiors + Design
other neutral, soft tones.
neutral yet interesting
Mercedes Corbell Design + Architecture
create a neutral effect
light wood - neutral look
Neutral: Yellow-orange, Red-orange,Blue
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
West Coast Hampton
Decorator's White CC-20 by Benjamin Moore
couches are neutral in the living and family room..basically creams..I still have to pick the color for the powder rooms off the family room that's next to the kitchen and my husband's powder room off the SW naval..There's also a laundry room off of the kitchen..Do I have to paint all these areas Maritime
others decorator's white? Thanks so much
blue and neutrals, like saddle leather brown. It's no surprise that the preppy powerhouse, J. Crew nails the combo. So does Garrison Hullinger. It's no doubt that this sunny room would have been lovely without it, but the tufted leather chair adds dimension and a sense of history. More: 2012 Fashion I
Chelle Design Group
but in a neutral space, accessories can speak volumes about one's design style. In this space, an elegant mirror, a delicate, crystal chandelier and fresh flowers reveal a look that is feminine and lavish.
white wall decor frame
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Create decorative storage. When you’re using the room as a den, the last thing you want is to stare at unappealing office storage. “Use creative storage to store and tuck away papers and binders when they are not in use,” says interior designer Elizabeth Gordon. “These can include attractive built-in
shelving, decorative bins and boxes, or cabinets with drawer storage.”
Again neutral enough doesn't clash with other furnishing that adjoins the rooms.
difficult to decorate at first. She made great use out of the space she did have, incorporating unique and quirky wallpaper and Victorian-inspired art into her home office, for example. Wallpaper: Andrew Martin
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