10 garden flower Home Office Design Photos

Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
Mallin Cres - Den
like the concept...the hot pink flowers are must but it is a bit cramped..i would much rather have Katherine Hepburn
results and see if any style words jump out at you.• Describe your favorite flower. Now apply those words to your decorating style.• Take a poll of a few close
feminine because they are whimsical and fun. Just a small touch of pink flowers makes this desk area unmistakably modern with feminine glamour. Hey, ladies
acrylic lamp, pink and green flowers
“Large white frame be picture” — Kitty Antoinette
Bagnato Architects
Borell Street Melbourne Victoria Australia
like . . . enclosure for imposing garden urn/ornament . . . JN
Quiet garden...Internal garden
“chairs” — Jennifer Jacob
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Home office
pillow with a whole other mix of patterns — a blue and white ceramic Chinese garden stool, a trellis pillow, an Oriental rug, and the striped desk chair. Where
this room, a well-worn oriental rug set atop a seagrass rug holds a Chinese Garden Stool, traditional in style but a modern idea for a coffee table. The sofa
“This style couch in music room/den” — jos_ok
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Rikki Snyder
6 Reviews
2014 Holiday House NYC
dream-like avante-garde sophistication.” Antique pieces from Barbara Israel Garden Antiques and David Duncan Antiques offset the bold artwork and create a
rug, reflected in the ceiling mirrors. Antique pieces from Barbara Israel Garden Ornament and David Duncan Antiques offset the bold artwork and create a
“caleb anderson” — jennyholidayhouse
IBB Design Fine Furnishings
16 Reviews
photo by Nathan Whitney
“Chrome Sofa Table” — dlanier1
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Home office
“vaso” — gustavoseabra
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
2011 HHL Den
D&M Images
“office” — Tysha Coverson-Martinez
House in Santiago de Chile
house and the garden, both in ground and upper level. Thus, the project conceives the landscape as a part of the house, and this garden is also a sustainable
privacy. Natural materials (wood and stone) reinforce the connection with the garden.
“floor transition” — rdiwan64
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