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Brown + Davis Design
Autumn Hill Lane
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Autumn Hill Lane
“flooring” — sunitajvr
Loudon Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Terrat Elms Interior Design
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The Clarendon - Modern
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called Autumn Side Chair. http://www.scandesign.com/
“Table & chairs 4 nook” — irapleas
Hensley Premier Builders
6 Reviews
Frisco European
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grouping of decorative deer heads painted white with black antlers. Flanking the deer are decorative panels painted in a neutral accent color. The flooring is hand-scraped oak leading to a wall of doors and windows overlooking the back yard. Interior Design by Elaine Williamson Photo by Charles Lauersdorf
where te decorative panels are from? Thanks!
great wall decor collection. the wall is covered with shimmery bronze wallpaper. it has nice designs. thanks for posting. http://www.high5store.com/wall-decor-products
The decorative panels on the wall were custom built for this project. They are made from medium density fiberboard that has been cut on a CNC router. You can create any pattern that you like (using a vector based software package like a CAD system) and feed that information into a CNC router to produce
“cool” — heltsleym
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Kips Bay Showhouse 2009
Ideabooks2,227
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One of the most fanciest decor on the wall ive seen
Very nice wall decor
Wall decoration...3D Wall decoration...The wall decor!...Wall decor...wall decore...wall decor
“staircase” — phet0201
Brad Ford ID
Brad Ford ID
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Overall decor, textures, layering and color palette
background decor - keep everything white including photo frames with uniform look.
interior decorator does is define the parameters of the project. When doing your own decorating, it's easy to justify skipping this step — but nailing down your goals now is essential to a successful project.Answer these questions before you begin:Which room or rooms will I be decorating?When do I want
making the decorating decisions: just me, or will I be collaborating with a partner or housemate?Might I actually need a pro to help?Written goals will help keep you on track — no veering off from your living room project to accessorize your kitchen!Browse more than 2 million photos for inspiration
“benck with cushion” — hamedger
Tiffany Hanken Design
6 Reviews
Minneapolis Interior Designer - Luxury Loft by Tiffany Hanken Design
Ideabooks9,560
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photo?add decorative moldings found at hardware store
up some decorative moldings at the hardware store to accent your wall instead. If your wall is already a color, paint the moldings white. If you have white walls, try gray moldings for a chic look.
up some decorative moldings at the hardware store to accent your wall instead. If your wall is already a color, paint the moldings white. If you have white walls, try gray moldings for a chic look.
“wooden floor” — orlawalsh
2fORM Architecture
Kitchen Karma
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made of decorative acrylic resin. This particular acrylic is manufactured using pre-consumer-waste aluminum flake, solid-surface scrap and recycled acrylic. The deep blue color makes the backsplash really stand out against the wood cabinets, and the pieces of aluminum embedded in the acrylic offer a nice
Decorated acrylic resin. No grout lines to clean yet pattern visible
made of decorative acrylic resin. This particular acrylic is manufactured using pre-consumer-waste aluminum flake, solid-surface scrap and recycled acrylic. The deep blue color makes the backsplash really stand out against the wood cabinets, and the pieces of aluminum embedded in the acrylic offer a nice
“Glass backsplash, but outlets are white” — Elisabeth Clark
ANNA CARIN Design
MillHill Terrace
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planning and decorating your space with versatility, longevity and quality in mind. And, of course, the budget! Add to ideabookby ANNA CARIN Design Tap into what you love. Pinpointing your personal sense of style and keeping a running list of things you love can cut down on decorating mishaps and buyer's
ome decorating shows and design magazines go for the quick thrill of instantly transformed spaces, which can certainly be exciting to watch; but for many of us, designing a home is not something that happens overnight. Case in point: It's been four years since we moved into our home, and we still are
down on decorating mishaps and buyer's remorse. If you know exactly what you love (and have the endless wish lists and ideabooks to prove it), you are already a step ahead. If not, put yourself on a spending freeze and devote your energy to exploring what you love.
“stoele” — monyar
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