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Heritage Design Studio
6 Reviews
Kaleidoscope of Homes (Simmons Estate Homes)
beyond. Above the fireplace is an old door that we used as an art accent, but it is not built in. The arches on the left of the family room open to a gallery space, which has arches running perpendicular to the wood paneled arches, but the artwork has no niches around them. Hope that answers your question
“Ceiling Starting to think fewer chandeliers of better quality are preferable...” — bettyelogan
Anne Rue Interiors
anne rue
You should see the gallery of artwork on my bedroom walls: I have B&W photos in minimalist black frames, impressionist oils in Rococo gilt frames and simple bronze-toned frames, and abstracts in figured silver-leafed
I buy from a local art gallery in Florida. If you see something you like let me know & I can get you a price
Gallery be family and dining rm
“wall color” — natbijou
David Michael Miller Associates
4 Reviews
Rural French Estate
love the floors, the ceiling, the gallery, the light due to the windows., really like this
“white painted ceiling” — mrsm03
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Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
Astleford Interiors, Inc.
5 Reviews
Creeks of Preston Hollow Residence
the client's personal collection, and I believe is an original acrylic on canvas by Maya Eventov. If you search her name, there are quite a few galleries that carry her work.
“Colors/seating arrangement” — jmgsam
Wendy Black Rodgers Interiors
2 Reviews
Transitional Home
gallery wall
“the color palette” — camillestallings40
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Sabet-Wood Residence
“stucco shelving” — Laura Layton
Friehauf Architects Inc.
Santaluz Home
Gallery envision
“love the coral color and beach theme here” — larrykettler
Family Room Ideas
Our Cassia family is heir to four centuries of design evolution, beginning with the sophistication of metal-working techniques in the 17th century that made possible more ornamental treatments of lighting structures. With fluted central columns, scrolling arms that have the look of calligraphy, and signature rope-wound detail, Cassia translates the baroque into airy, modern lig...More
“sectional” — scorpy_s
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