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Kim Parker Interiors
3 Reviews
Kim Parker Interiors Designer Showcase Space 03
Ideabooks10,887
Questions9
wild and fun mix of floral prints
Layered colors, exposed materials, mixed eras and bare windows create a simple opulence. It doesn't look overly decorated, but it does look intentional. Admission: This space is not in Northern California, but it gets its style from there.
help rein in all of those flowers. In the space shown here, the walls are brick and white, and a few simply upholstered chairs and wooden tables are mixed in with the wilder pieces.
“Pictures on wall” — milnesbr
Design Manifest
Naomi's House
Ideabooks1,855
Questions2
traditional mix
mix of patterns and styles
mix of modern chair, antique
Mix of periods and styles
Patter mix...Mixed pattern...Mixing prints...Mix of furnitur
“Accent bench covered in chitenge instead of ikat” — taguma
Nancy Taylor Lynch Interior Design, Inc.
8 Reviews
Family Room
Ideabooks2,020
Questions10
LOVE the mix of vibrant colors
Mixing patterns and bold colour
Beautiful mix of colors
Mixing styles...Mixed prints...Mix of colors...mixed patterns
“Layout” — creamsoda8156
The Cavender Diary
1 Review
Christmas at the Cavender House
Ideabooks2,776
Questions6
Love the Indian picture! The size of it and that it mixes in a part of my family’s culture!
Leather chair mixed with cloth sofa
love the mix of the chief and john lennon
Mix of rustic and contemporary
“Like the sofa” — mnamor
Caitlin Wilson
Philadelphia Penthouse
Ideabooks8,246
Questions10
mix and match sofa and chair
The eclectic mix of furniture; sofa in front of
crazy mix but it some how works - perhaps the color at the edge of the drapes? AND the pilow?
mixed pattern cushions
furniture mix...mix of couches...colors and mix
“elegant with character” — Blue Sound Construction, Inc.
Photos By Kaity
Interior Photos
Ideabooks9,605
Questions5
Color blocked. Shake up a grid of family portraits by mixing in a few solid color blocks — an odd number looks the most natural. This works best with photos printed on boards or canvas rather than in frames.
Love the mix of colors in this space
Color blocked. Shake up a grid of family portraits by mixing in a few solid color blocks — an odd number looks the most natural. This works best with photos printed on boards or canvas rather than in frames. Choose the images you want to include first, then pick a color that will complement your photos
Color blockedShake up a grid of family portraits by mixing in a few solid colour blocks - an odd number looks the most natural. This works best with photos printed on boards or canvas rather than in frames. Choose the images you want to include first, then pick a colour
“portrait wall” — dianedunderwood
Maya Sahafi
644 Navy St.
Ideabooks6,068
Questions2
1. What’s in the mix? When selecting a concrete mix, your construction team will factor in strength and performance specifications for the cured material. They may also consider sustainability factors, including whether to add coal fly ash to the mix. There is some debate over the greenness
burning, and it contains heavy metals like lead and mercury. But when added to concrete mixes, it has several advantages, including that it increases recycled content and reduces the amount of Portland cement needed in the mix.
1. What’s in the mix? When selecting a concrete mix, your construction team will factor in strength and performance specifications for the cured material. They may also consider sustainability factors, including whether to add coal fly ash to the mix.There is some debate over the greenness of coal fly
“concrete floor” — alva1234
Shields & Company Interiors
9 Reviews
GRAND MADISON RESIDENCE
Ideabooks2,239
Questions8
I noticed that you mixed a lot of patterns. Any tips for doing this well?
Mixing patterns- Curtains, sofa, ottoman all are in same color palette and pillows add a touch of color.
Mixing patterns successfully - patterned drapes with wide stripe throw or couch cushions in cream, gold, black, brown.
resisting the word "rule") regarding mixing fabrics and patterns. Do you see the linear fabric on the curtains, the animal print on the ottoman and the leafy floral on the sofa? Did you notice that they are all in the same color family? This is a classic approach to mixing fabrics that works beautifully
in this room. It's also a good starting point for people who are leery of mixing patterns but want to give it a try. For me this room's touch of genius is the completely unexpected and "wholly other" use of pink and gold on the throw pillows.
“Like colors” — fernchurch
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