245 Europe Living Room Design Photos

SLC Interiors
19 Reviews
Weston Residence
Ideabooks6,756
Questions12
paint color is LP24 from Fine Paints of Europe!
Hi springsummer, the wall color is LP24 from Fine Paints of Europe.
Hi kr7990, the wall color is LP24 from Fine Paints of Europe.
Potential living room color (LP24 from Fine Paints of Europe)
Fine Paints of Europe
“plant” — parikhosrowshahi
Craig Denis
Architectural and Interior Photography
Ideabooks1,531
Questions1
elements of this classic fireplace rival anything I saw in the castles of Europe! It makes me want to relax in front of the fire while listening to Bach's
elements of this classic fireplace rival anything I saw in the castles of Europe! It makes me want to relax in front of the fire while listening to Bach's
“furniture” — cholraych
Arnold Ziffel
Architect - Jack Viks
Ideabooks1,604
Questions3
also an architect, and like most of his European colleagues, he had to flee Europe during World War II. He landed at Harvard along with his Bauhaus mentor
also an architect, and like most of his European colleagues, he had to flee Europe during World War II. He landed at Harvard along with his Bauhaus mentor
“tan leather - for ottoman recover” — qpatel
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
We are designers and builders of home additions and renovations throughout Northern Virginia. Our team of designers, craftsman and builders have been in business for over 27 years.
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Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks12,225
Questions15
tried. These embroideries were found more in the U.S. and England than in Europe. During the 1970s the flame stitch fell heavily out of favor and stayed
“Ventanas” — isamorenos
Tom Stringer Design Partners
3 Reviews
Turn of the Century Cottage
Ideabooks7,680
Questions9
Higher-quality indigo blue was imported to Europe from India in the 16th century, replacing the blue popularly made from the
“Chair position” — natashaprms
Greg Natale
Living room
Ideabooks8,781
Questions10
The flame stitch throughout Europe. The flame stitch started to become very popular in the 17th century. Italian
“blue mint” — delgadom8
Studio Revolution
5 Reviews
Mountain View Townhouse
Ideabooks2,261
Questions4
n photos of spaces that were warmer and cozier, and spoke of a love for Europe, Scandinavian design and Islamic patterns. It might seem like an imposs
“bank in combinatie met kussens” — 3000xxl
Keller Studio Inc.
1 Review
Keller Kimbrew Residence
Ideabooks325
Questions2
family photos. Speculative elements are great - if you long for that trip to Europe for example this grid map keeps the dream alive in the meantime.
“Furniture and art combo” — Kaelynn Huwe
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