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3,075 arabesque rug Mediterranean Home Design Photos
Hilltop Tuscan MansionCross River Design, Inc.
This little cabinet was given a new identity and history with the arabesque design drawn & painted in the client's sight! Photo by the great Dan Piassick!
Traditional Opulence!David Lyles Decorative Painting
Making a statement in this powder room, we used stacked terra cotta tiles with thick mortar to shape a space for the carved stone pedestal sink. Arabesque tile makes a lacy pattern on the floor.
Santa Barbara StyleJanet Brooks Design
This project was a kitchen remodel, and new furnishings for a Mediterranean style house, built in the 1920s of white clay bricks, an unusual housing type for Portland. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
New furniture includes vintage chairs in the dining room, reupholstered in brightly colored felt, a 10′ long vintage bench upholstered in an antique morrocan rug, a JHID-designed coffee table made of walnut ‘bricks’ an echo of the brick architecture. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.