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West Chin Architects & Interior Designers
3 Reviews
Beach House on Long Island
Living room wall design w/ retract door
Emphasis: the window - the focal point is the window and all the furniture is lower (landscape furniture) to show case the view.
It is all about the view and that is good. Like Lighter colors and warmth. But furniture is a little to angular
Living room furniture
Living area & furniture
sleek furniture lay out
open outlook, furniture and sculpture
Architects & Interior Designers
“Cool fold up door” — pdascanio
Fringe Home Design
Bohemian Team Room
furniture placement and stuff in room unique though not my style
I just like the colors and furniture
furniture positioning caddy corner
Hate the walls! Furniture arrangement?
chairs and theme of furniture
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Fringe Home Design
“White glass flowers on the wall” — bflosser
Koffka Phakos Design
12 Reviews
Bel Air Modern
where did you get the outdoor furniture?
It's from Westminster Teak Furniture- Maya
awesome in/out design. love the skylights in the outdoor section
Patio furniture and "open" living space
Check out furniture, posts and ceiling paint.
wood patio furniture
Koffka Phakos Design
outdoor furniture
“love” — kkalush
Mary Cook
5 Reviews
River Ridge - Southwick
It is a great design that comes in many color ways. Enjoy the rug!
check out the design of the shapes on the tall wall. Curtains like we want to use.
This is not a corner fireplace, but... I could figure out furniture facing my fireplace, and the TV on the wall with the foyer.
Switching orientation of furniture
colors and furniture sun room
Color and furniture
“Hi ceilings” — katieachavez
David Robertson Design, LLC
8 Reviews
Capitol Hill Loft
the furniture, the concrete floors and the ceiling
Look at the characteristics that pop up again and again: the style of furnishings, the color palettes, the patterns, the materials, the quantity of furniture in each room. Let those characteristics guide you.Most people have a basic comfort level, explains Homesley. They know what kinds of rooms they like
“Industriel look” — fanniemcc
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2012 Parade of Homes
Love the rug. Where can I find it, what brand and design is it.
I like the whole design and layout I recently bought a charcoal gray loveseat that came with several different patterns of pillows in charcoal gray/ivory
Stone: Black Bear Granite, this was a custom designed fireplace. The mantel is just a barn beam
3 windows but not the upper hash mark design
Mixing gray, brown, and cream furniture
Mixing gray brown and cream furniture
Tan walls, gray furniture - americana background colors
example of tan walls and grey furniture
“Loggia” — magueperez
Imagine Living
Art Deco - Miami style!
shower looks like a prison cell.e designDumbest decorating decisions? Buying anything “temporary.” There is nothing more permanent than something temporary.Seller Bewarelibby68I was turning 40 and had spent a lifetime assembling a collection of really fun, eclectic furniture, artwork and accessories. Somehow
head that “grown-ups” have furniture that actually matches, so I went out one day and bought brand-new furniture for the entire apartment. I put ads on Craigslist and basically ended up giving [the old furniture] away. As much as I love my lovely mission-style cherry furniture, five years later I still
“wedding room” — salmonyingyu
Tom Hurt Architecture
River Road House_Living
Beautiful, warm design. Could you tell me about the floor and ceiling?
love the stone wall, simple furniture and big windows
Yes= furniture for my office!!! But want cream shades of leather combined with
ceiling, stone walls and furniture glass wall is nice but a lot of work
sure you have either enough ceiling height or enough square footage. Otherwise, it may make your room feel cramped and claustrophobic. Here, the designers are following an old yet effective Frank Lloyd Wright rule: in a large space like this, keep your ceilings low to force the eye to look outside.
“Chaise” — adran
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