115 brown roman shade Midcentury Home Design Photos

Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
Living Room
Ideabooks13,415
Questions9
choose the shade that's right for your lamp and your setting. Save to Ideabook Email Photo Height As a rule of thumb, choose a shade that's two-thirds the height of the base. That proportion assures that the lamp won't look top or bottom heavy. You also want to make sure the shade doesn't expose
Grounding creams, browns, beiges. Accents red and lime-green/yellows.
Brown trim & frame, wall color
all the stops, take heart: A space can still read as colorful even when the surfaces are mostly neutral. This living room, though grounded in creams, browns and beiges, is anything but bland, thanks to the red chair and ottoman, the green accent pieces and the bright artwork. Color your world: Because colors
“Love the color of the chair and the print on the wall” — katdain
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
11 Reviews
Butterfly Beach Villa
Ideabooks3,342
Questions5
white roman shade
brown fur throw...Roman shade...Shade, curtains
“backdoor drapes” — brodyjar
PBH Construction
10 Reviews
PBH Keith Heights
Ideabooks1,564
Questions3
how you would treat the brick on the steps with this treatment of the house. I still prefer staining the brick a dark brown.
2 shades of gray and bright door
outside paint. different shades of gray and one spot of bright color
Exterior colors multiple shades of gray
door color and different shades of gray on different siding finishes
shades of gray with front door pop
two shades of grey plus turquoise door
Shades of gray. Many midcentury homes have a combination of brick or masonry and siding. Take a cue from this new midcentury-style home and update the look with a different shade of gray paint on each type of siding. Call attention front and
Shades of gray. Many midcentury homes have a combination of brick or masonry and siding. Take a cue from this new midcentury-style home and update the look with a different shade of gray paint on each type of siding. Call attention front and center with a bright blue door.
“Colors” — Venus Santos
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
Ideabooks5,490
Questions9
Thank you :) I´ve made it myself. The shade was green and I painted it white. Afterwards I paintet it inside with goldpaint, added bronzepowder and goldleaf. The shade is from Ikea. God luck with your hunt :)
accents which refer back to those pieces - and that creates balance. The black and white of the cowhide is picked up in the picture frames...so is the brown of the armchair. The pink spindle backed chairs are counterbalanced by the throw on the couch, and the green (love green & pink) of the plants in the
Reprinted and gold leafed Ikea shade
Different shades of pink with brown and black tones.
Use a cluster of colorful artwork to pick up on the color scheme of a room. Here, pinks, browns and aquas lift the otherwise all-white decor. Hang large-scale pieces in the middle of the arrangement with smaller frames tightly surrounding them
“chair for alyssa” — zrealin
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Beach House Bridgehampton
Ideabooks9,376
Questions8
Shades - love the look - the fabric has a natural flow to it
needs diff shade of green
gn.com/)this a.m. for another reason. Obviously, she is fearless when it comes to chartreuse. That rug is fab. This photo also reminds us that all shades of green look great with yellow.
roman blinds...Window shade...roman blind
“I love everything about this” — Lindsey Brewer
Rozalynn Woods Interior Design
6 Reviews
Ranch Restored
Ideabooks2,435
Questions3
floor to ceiling roman shades
Brown and white combo
“Shelf placement” — Tamara Doherty
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Rick & Susan Hibbs
Ideabooks105
Questions3
Very modern look roman shades with out valance
beige roman shade
“room set up and furniture” — sami78
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
The Kitchen
Ideabooks1,564
Questions2
natural shades, cabinet wood, room is warm without being too dark
rattan window shades
Bamboo shade...bamboo shades...Light shade...roman shades
“cabinets and colour” — genepeter
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