12 playful · quilted bedcover Mediterranean Home Design Photos

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interior design:concise and elegant
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Kids room with play area behind the bed
Play/toy area behind bed; cubby hole
platform bed and platform play area or extra bed.
Play area behind bed
play area...sailboat bedcover
“Yohann room sitting area behind d bed” — Nikita Guptajain
Hunter Design
Ojai, CA
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Different - Brown & Teal quilt
“Cover” — Jessica Degler
Gage Homes Inc.
New Construction
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quilted bedcovers
“Everything” — pinklady1869
Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
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Bedroom
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Master bedroom. Love the bedcover!
the bed quilt is luscious
“Curtains” — carlymunroe
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interior design:concise and elegant
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sailboat bedcover
children's room with play area
“blue and white shelves” — argentrix
Peggy Braswell
T8
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Where did the purple quilt come from?
colors sang if you put them next to each other. I’m not sure I know the answer. But I do know that colors can make beautiful music together when you play them off one another. This is especially true if you abandon convention — namely, white and cream — and use color to accentuate the architectural details
Purple feels even more playful in unexpected applications, like trim. In this photo, the colors set one another off in a way that's subtle, balanced and unique.
Eclectic design is so often played out against a white background. This glowing yellow ocher adds
“Cover” — Jessica Degler
FGY Architects
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Buffalo Valley - Caretaker's House
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I love the way the tile playfully goes to the vent.
ways. Check out the amazing backsplash in this modern-rustic kitchen. The tile is bold and modern in black and white, but the pattern references the quilts of Amish and Mennonite communities. What a unique mix of styles!
“Cabinets Dining set Chandelier” — lnups
DSA Architects
Southwestern Condo
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Architecture plays a prominent part in Navajo style. Adobe walls, protruding wood posts and wall niches are the most indicative. Something else you'll see a lot of: leaning ladders, often used to display gorgeous blankets and tapestries. Although I totally love the ladders, I can't help but think how
“might be able to incorporate ladder for blankets in living room instead of a screen in corner” — jltpross
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