70 brocade Living Design Photos

Lucy and Company
66 Reviews
lucy and company
Ideabooks16,767
Questions28
heavy will stand up to wear and tear better, as will leather. Avoid satins, brocades and damasks unless the sofa won't get much use.
heavy will stand up to wear and tear better, as will leather. Avoid satins, brocades and damasks unless the sofa won’t get much use.
“wall color” — lgvinson
Chris Snook
4 Reviews
Norton Priory
Ideabooks563
Questions1
Christmas festivities. ‘Christmas presents will be under this tree,’ Adam says.Brocade sofa, Multiyork. White sofa, Ikea. Chandelier, Mangan Antiques. Coffee table
Christmas festivities. “Christmas presents will be under this tree,” Adam says.Brocade sofa: Multiyork; white sofa: Klippan, Ikea; chandelier, coffee table: Mangan
“table” — nyodream65
Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
Ideabooks6,514
Questions7
fabrics. You can see the Spanish Baroque influence in the red and gold brocade fabric which covers this traditional pair of side chairs.
fabrics. You can see the Spanish Baroque influence in the red and gold brocade fabric which covers this traditional pair of side chairs. What do you think
“window” — emac3
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27 Diamonds Interior Design
3 Reviews
Residence in Seal Beach, CA
Ideabooks525
Questions2
Color and brocade on walls...Brocade wall
“Love the wallpaper and the color schemes of the rooms” — jfletch18
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Sarah Greenman Studio
Ideabooks459
Questions0
from thrift stores, so the pieces have a frayed, timeworn feel. The gold brocade barrel-back chair is torn out on the sides, but layering on a faux sheepskin
“Cushions” — triciaslack
Traditional Living Room
Ideabooks229
Questions2
“This is it! Beauty's beams with white background. And great styling of room. This is the style and l” — grestino
Traditional Living Room
Ideabooks212
Questions1
“Window farm” — mamiche35
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
Ideabooks3,423
Questions2
Velvet upholstery, as seen here, was typical, as were formal damasks and brocades, with chintz and taffetas coming in at a close second. The straight tapered
“small settee” — helenfistler
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