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Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
A mix of old and new to create a comfortable living area
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A mix of old and new to create a comfortable living area
contrast. If the furniture is curvy, mix in an angular piece. Similarly, pair solids with voids: Combine a leggy chair with a solid side table, and a solid chair with a leggy table.
Combine straight and curved lines for contrast. If the furniture is modern and linear, throw in a round table for contrast. If the furniture is curvy, mix in an angular piece. Similarly, pair solids with voids: Combine a leggy chair with a solid side table, and a solid chair with a leggy table.
Combine straight and curved lines for contrast. If the furniture is modern and linear, throw in a round table for contrast. If the furniture is curvy, mix in an angular piece. Similarly, pair solids with voids: Combine a leggy chair with a solid side table, and a solid chair with a leggy table.
“Love this end table!” — kklennox
Marcelo Brito & Pedro Potaris
Marcelo Brito & Pedro Potaris - Sao Paulo - Brazil
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What Goes With a Striped Sofa? Photo 7 of 9 7. Mixed patterns, same color. Why stop with mixing stripes when you can mix in other patterns as well? When you keep the colors to a strict palette, the patterns will feel like an intentional mix. Try a wide stripe, narrow stripe, solid, and fun printed
love the mix of patterns -- different stripes, florals, leather!
painted table mixed with wood tone table and chair legs
printed textile, like a batik or suzani, in a matching hue. Wild card: Mix patterns and hues. For the adventurous decorator, mixing colors and patterns is what can make a room sing. To give your room structure, try starting with a main color and a neutral, then layer in one or two accent colors with textiles
“I have a very small open plan area (kitchen,dinner,living) and I like the whole arrangement of this” — vipin1174
Andrew Flesher Interiors
Refined Living Room
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The mix of classic modern and traditional furnishings play off the beautiful architectural detailing in this stunning 1920's apartment.
mix of classic modern and traditional
The muted colour pallette. Old and new mixed.
Mid modern furnishings mixed with traditional
Good mix of modern and traditional pieces.
mix of modern and traditional (though probably a bit too...white)
“K: Like the blend of old and new” — Tasha Guinn
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Getaway to the 2013 Holiday House Hamptons
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Color and good mix of styles
love all the fun colors and mix of textures
A mighty fine mix of pattern and color!
Eclectic color mix of furnishing
Mix of pattern...fabric mixes...pattern mixing...Great mix....Mixed patterns
“Color” — miadenstedt
Enviable Designs Inc.
12 Reviews
Casual Elegance
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Mix of three sizes of patterns
Mix and Match floral is great with just the same color scheme tied into the curtains with patterns
love the colors, mix of patterns, juxtaposition of a solid with a patterned chair.... pretty much everything but the yippy yorkie
the curtains and floral chair mix
I like the mix of prints.
large-scale graphic-print rug in a color pulled from the floral upholstery can go a long way toward “settling” the floral piece into the room. Aim for a mix of large-, medium- and small-scale prints in the room. In the room shown here, a medium-scale floral-print armchair is balanced by the small-scale graphic
large-scale graphic-print rug in a colour pulled from the floral upholstery can go a long way toward ‘settling’ the floral piece into the room. Aim for a mix of large-, medium- and small-scale prints in the room. In the room shown here, a medium-scale floral-print armchair is balanced by the small-scale graphic
“Rug” — Lusi Chien
Tara Seawright
Living Room
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Color on wall mixed with black.
MIXING BROWN W/ BLACK, GRAY, WHITE, BEIGE
plus grey/white pattern on rug (all neutral but quite exciting). Mix of contemporary and antique too.
You can mix your neutrals. Most people think a neutral color palette is made
made of a bunch of beige. But there are other neutral colors and you can mix them if you want. In this room, the designer has mixed shades of beiges and browns with several shades of gray: light silver-gray, medium steel gray and also deep charcoal.
contributes to the success of this design.7. You can mix your neutrals. Most people think a neutral color palette is made of a bunch of beige. But there are other neutral colors and you can mix them if you want. In this room, the designer has mixed shades of beiges and browns with several shades of gray:
“Love the grey and brown” — dafranklin
Birdhouse Interior Design
Birdhouse Design
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Love the warmness and textures of the eclectic mix
mix of modern and traditional, graphic and fine art, mixture of styles
in Omaha, Nebraska. Homeowners Christopher and Jessica McKay have filled their home with artistic finds. As interior design consultants, they love to mix eras and styles throughout their home, and this extends to their art collection.
“Very interesting pillows” — safta2014
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
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you are painting something small you could buy a tube of apple green acrylic paint, some white, and lime yellow ( yellow with green vs orange in it). Mix the green and a very small bit of the yellow together and slowly add the white to bring down the shade to this range. paint darkens when it dries so
Palettes Cottage colors feel as soft and clean as a cotton sheet fresh from a clothesline. No jewel tones or shocking brights here — think white mixed with ivory mixed with cream. Layer in pale pinks, blues, greens and other washed-out hues. Don't combine too many pastels; stick with one or two shades instead
Palettes Cottage colors feel as soft and clean as a cotton sheet fresh from a clothesline. No jewel tones or shocking brights here — think white mixed with ivory mixed with cream. Layer in pale pinks, blues, greens and other washed-out hues. Don't combine too many pastels; stick with one or two shades instead
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