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Dawn Hearn Interior Design
26 Reviews
New Waterfront Home
Ideabooks347
Questions1
Stone 1/2way up wall
“lower mantle” — tmaschke
Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
11 Reviews
Hawaiian Retreat Living Room
Ideabooks2,737
Questions4
Living room 1
“Side seats and carpet” — ibukayo
Woodmeister Master Builders
1 Review
Living Room 5
Ideabooks1,453
Questions2
1. Use contrast to make a statement. Deep, rich fabrics such as velvet make a traditional living room feel warm, cozy and intimate. The contrast of the pink chair in this dark-tone room makes a strong statement. Color communicates the emotional feel of a room most powerfully. Pink and brown are both
“I like the chair” — sgiuliani
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Brian and Katherine
Ideabooks513
Questions3
living 1
“this is cool” — walkertuton
Melinda Faranetta
2 Reviews
Relaxed family room
Ideabooks328
Questions3
It is actually an exterior Movie Marquis from an old theatre, the kind that held the posters, I replaced the glass with mirror. Have you tried 1st Dibs or Ebay?
“Fireplace mantle to ceiling” — Christie Desormeaux
Mell Lawrence Architects
Sisters Retreat
Ideabooks1,518
Questions2
#1 pick
“Sectionnel” — genlacroix
C-Reese Design
6 Reviews
30th Street
Ideabooks197
Questions3
Family room& pantry at 1 st floor
“sofa and ceiling fan” — alannacaprice
Just Joh
Fan
Ideabooks789
Questions2
Kathi firescreen1
“use fabric for dining room” — bwdaly
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