103 synthetic Living Design Photos

Blackband Design
20 Reviews
Anaheim Hills
Ideabooks1,247
Questions5
forms. Pillows should be generous, overstuffed and formable, like these. Use soft, plush, down-filled pillows that can take a shape. There are great synthetic fill options, too. Use the classic "designer's chop" to determine if they will shape up: a quick karate chop to the top edge to break up the pillow's
forms. Pillows should be generous, overstuffed and formable, like these. Use soft, plush, down-filled pillows that can take a shape. There are great synthetic fill options, too. Use the classic "designer's chop" to determine if they will shape up: a quick karate chop to the top edge to break up the pillow's
“curtains!” — cacarson
Lucy and Company
61 Reviews
lucy and company
Ideabooks13,935
Questions27
you have kids and a neutral sofa sounds like an invitation to disaster, consider a darker color or a sofa with a subtle overall pattern. As a rule, synthetic fabrics are more durable, colorfast and cleanable. Tightly woven fabrics and fabrics that are heavy will stand up to wear and tear better, as will
have kids and a neutral sofa sounds like an invitation to disaster, consider a darker colour or a sofa with a subtle overall pattern. As a rule, synthetic fabrics are more durable, colourfast and cleanable. Tightly woven fabrics and fabrics that are heavy will stand up to wear and tear better, as will
“wall color” — cehrmann
Robert kiejdan
4 Reviews
Dormers
Ideabooks3,989
Questions7
polyester, extended exposure to oil-based soils may become permanentDifficult to dye due to its low absorbency rate; almost always solution dyedSynthetic, so it off-gases.Cost: About $2.25 to $6.50 per square foot, installed
polyester, extended exposure to oil-based soils may become permanentDifficult to dye due to its low absorbency rate; almost always solution dyedSynthetic, so it off-gases.Cost: About $2.25 to $6.50 per square foot, installed
“Modele pour le 1e3etage” — beaugil
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
16 Reviews
Greenwood Village Home
Ideabooks2,614
Questions8
acid based. Coffee, tea, wine, salsa, juice, even pet vomit are all acidic and have the ability to set the color of the stain right into cotton, synthetic and other natural fibers. “Very few fibers are acid resistant, even with protective finishes such as Scotchgard,” Houle says. “The protective finishes
acid based. Coffee, tea, wine, salsa, juice, even pet vomit are all acidic and have the ability to set the color of the stain right into cotton, synthetic and other natural fibers. “Very few fibers are acid resistant, even with protective finishes such as Scotchgard,” Houle says. “The protective finishes
“Colors” — ecgonzalez17
Traditional Living Room
Ideabooks3,419
Questions6
usually must be solution dyed, which limits the varietyNot resistant to oily stainsCan mat down quickly and will not come back the way nylon doesSynthetic, so it off-gasesCost: About $2 to $7 per square foot installed
“tv over fireplace” — cjm00773
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Salon with Custom Plaster Ceiling
Ideabooks86,495
Questions40
Understanding classical architecture and properly executing the installation is an art form unto itself.Cost: This is a matter of linear footage. Synthetic trims or moldings can cost less than a dollar per linear foot. Or you might prefer milled hardwoods that can be stained, which can cost several hundred
“Light” — settannilaw
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
64 Reviews
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
Ideabooks3,247
Questions8
The Pakistani rug is vegetable dyed. "Vegetable-dyed rugs have no synthetic color, which gives them a much softer look, like a watercolor," says Neithart. "I love to use them. They are a great investment, because they only go up in value and they last forever." The clients already owned the armchair
“Like the light fixture in the next room to the right of this photo” — mamamarm06
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Dana Worlock
Ideabooks2,406
Questions7
What feels best underfoot? If you prefer a softer feel, then natural fibers such as wool and cotton are for you. If you want a lush, deep, pile, synthetic fibers can give you a similar feel. Organic fibers such as jute and sisal can be surprisingly soft underfoot but don't give the same physical warmth
“Like the clean lines in the furniture and art” — nandmalways
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