3,260 roller shade Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Allwood Construction Inc
11 Reviews
Historic Hillsborough
Ideabooks635
Questions3
Are these roman shades? Love them! Which store are they from?
Yes they are roman shades and they were custom made for the windows - a medium charcoal color (looks darker in the picture) with a pink ribbon as trim
roman shade with a stripe insert...shades with wall color...roman shades...Roman shades!!! Window casings...Ribbon on shade...black roman shade...pink roman shade
“Vanity” — aesfpcbs
Matthew Thomas Architecture, LLC
Spanish Colonial Remodel
Ideabooks3,312
Questions5
Love the drapery and sun shades.
Shade on the top - seating...Sail cloth outdoor shade...shade cover...Swag Patio Shade...Red shade...pergola shade
“spanish style” — nagham2012
Laura Martin Bovard
6 Reviews
CSL Tour 2011
Ideabooks1,336
Questions2
ROMAN SHADES, LINEN BLACKOUT SHEER UNDERNEATH
roman shades...Simple roman shades...Outside mount Roman shades...Taupe Linen Roman Shade example...Window shades...Roman shades
“Fauteuil coin lecture” — sipal96
Toro-Lombardo Design Build
14 Reviews
Palisades Village House
Ideabooks504
Questions1
Dining area on rollers. Move from window to match up with island when needed. Not L shaped. Match
“interesting modern look. color of cabs/backsplash, counters w/ floor.” — lariloo
Kathryne Designs, Inc
3 Reviews
Palos Verdes Mediterranean
Ideabooks694
Questions1
The gift wrapping room is part of the laundry room. The workspace features built-in racks for wrapping paper. Mark Lohman Photography
“Outer work area” — Karen Liautaud
Culligan Abraham Architecture
5 Reviews
Rustic Prairie
Ideabooks1,903
Questions3
What company makes the barn door hardware (track, rollers, etc.)? Thanks!
“Storm door?” — williamscr
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Woodside Estate
Ideabooks7,274
Questions4
roller door
“Great cottage feel!!!!” — bethdicori
Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
Ideabooks2,813
Questions7
drywall corners it is usually very easy to cut a strait line with a foam roller depending on texture...the smoother the easier. I do it frequently.
“bullnose” — nzicc123
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