46 roller shade Midcentury Dining Design Photos

Lucy Call
My Houzz: Ron
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white roller shade
Window Shade and trim
Reverse roller
“window covering and furniture below window” — meagasen
FINNE Architects
24 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
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cement base. Once that was dry, a layer of sandy cement was added, then a layer of the colored chip mixture was applied to the wet cement. A weighted roller was then run over the surface.Today installers use thinset terrazzo, a mix of epoxy resin and colored chips. Poured onto the slab in a layer that's
“ceiling treatment” — islanddeb66
Johnson Berman
Mid-Century Modern Home
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hmmm put a textile on a roller with a continuous loop. could be very cool over tv now and then.
“ceiling” — Railroad Rae
CWB Architects
Carroll Gardens Abode
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orange-red shade radiates coziness and warmth at nighttime.
19. Try a bold paint shadeSometimes the simplest solution works wonders. If you’re looking for a low-effort, high-impact feature wall, choose a bold paint shade, paint one wall and, hey presto, room update completed in an afternoon.
A vibrant shade of
“Colour” — melshouse28
Inspired Wire Studio
Bubingarang
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The Bubingarang light has a 44″ boomerang wingspan, 54″ total width including shades (each 16-1/2 inches in diameter). The height from ceiling to bottom of drum shades can vary but standard is 30". Each drum holds 2 standard bulbs up to 75 watts each. More info, pics, and pricing at: ...
Light shades
“everything” — Elyse Saber-goldstein
Baxter Design Group
2 Reviews
1960's Malibu Inspired New Construction
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Nice shades
“Curtains!!” — Morgan Flinner
De Mattei Construction
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Open Plan Living/Dining
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drum shade...Drum shade fixture
“they fit a lot into a fairly small space here” — Stacy Mathews Selley
Kaylovesvintage
Dining area
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at least 30 years old). So we can't be too fuzy about colors. Every color white you see on the picture is off-white with shades like eggshell, cream and ivory. We think those shades fit together very well but that's a matter of taste. The curtains are creamy white as well as the ceiling. The walls in
“Chairs” — lauren_08
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