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Judith Balis Interiors
10 Reviews
Modern Guest Room
Ideabooks48,005
Questions17
leaf patterned cushion working with the yellow x
for Jenevieves room love the wall pattern
If you prefer more pattern and texture on your black accent wall, look at the many gorgeous wall coverings available in black. This is a great way to visually anchor a bed to
Another masterful mix of yellow and black patterns. Note how many different patterns are mixed in the bedding and also how the pattern of the starburst mirror is repeated in the wallpaper.
If you prefer more pattern and texture on your black accent wall, look at the many gorgeous
The prints in this gray and yellow scheme are tied together by their abstract floral patterns.
The black in this paper is broken up by a tone-on-tone floral pattern. It is subtle, so it still gives the feeling of a solid black.
“wallpaper” — sueleibo
Neumann Lewis Buchanan Architects
Cherry Creek
Ideabooks8,498
Questions5
herringbone pattern. We offer this flooring if you have any questions feel free to contact me. joel@oakandbroad.com
Waaayyyy late to comment... but it's probably either a 4" x 28" or 5" x 35" pattern. Herringbone
any room or area configuration. The scale of the pattern to the room/area is an important consideration, because the proper "scale" eliminates unwanted small or unattractive cuts or pieces at the walls or borders. Also important, because the pattern size can either enhance the size of the space or cause
cause it to visually "shrink". Just my 2 cents. Nice pattern, however... always like it when a client wants to venture forth to something with a bit of pizazz!
black clean walnut, in a herringbone pattern.
“wood floor herringbone surrounded by traditional” — gwilmot
Schnarr Craftsmen Inc
12 Reviews
Glasgow Bathroom
Ideabooks7,616
Questions7
Here is the detail size. Common used in the pattern
like variation...they have the pattern in comments
pattern and no trim necessary
tile pattern & color
Pattern of tiles, not color
Travertine Noce Versaille Pattern Shower
Different tile pattern for showers
Great pattern...Tile pattern...French pattern...patterned tile...tile pattern
“shower in corner” — williamjackson2
Debra Toney, AIA Assoc.
Ivy Street Kitchen
Ideabooks12,258
Questions26
could be creative in use of linoleum too with a new pattern rather than just traditional.
be absolute certainty that this is the one. But if it is, a patterned floor such as this is both unique and dramatic.
For a reasonably affordable way to add style to your space, try a linoleum tile design. The oversized graphic patterns bring a heightened sense of dimension to this kitchen.
sheet goods. This kitchen shows how linoleum can be an artist's canvas for color and pattern.
Linoleum also comes in large sheets that can be laid down as a solid color — or you can have a bit of fun with it. A pattern that's bold and bright and unique to your home is something that you'll only be able
Because it comes in just about every color you can imagine, you can go as subtle or as bold as you want. It can be easily cut into one-of-a-kind patterns, such as the circular motif pictured here. Plus, it's affordable, durable and easy to maintain. Cons: Linoleum can wear and fade with time and use
“Campana” — miriamshoes
Caitlin Wilson
Philadelphia Penthouse
Ideabooks7,401
Questions8
love shape and pattern on headboard
I love the headboard, and the contrast of patterns and colors!
Like the idea of the lined pattern on the cushion in the front
Love the mix of the fabrics/patterns.
5. Layer patternsUse restraint with patterns and loud colours. If you mix patterns, keep them in the same colour family, and if you like lots of colours, keep patterns to a minimum.
Moore's Classic Gray gives Wilson's master bedroom a neutral, subdued backdrop. She made the headboard to showcase her Fleur Chinoise textile in a berry pattern. Cleft pillows in Coral Fretwork fabric and Berry signature pillow shams from Wilson's Garnet Hill collection create a luxurious hotel look. But true
what makes a room traditionally feminine? It often starts with what makes an outfit feminine — warm colors like pinks, purples and mauves; floral patterns; metallics; ruffles; curves and lots of layers.
“Purple and coral” — bbusk
Michael Abrams Limited
22 Reviews
Stairway
Ideabooks4,883
Questions3
Michael, we love the architectural features of this space & the gorgeous wood floor pattern. Thank you for sharing your work. As fellow designers, we always enjoy it. :)
Floors showing different patterns based on rooms, color
Patterned wood flooring idea for the study
Pattern of floorboards
Wood floor pattern in foyer
wood install pattern as a
Hardwood pattern...floor pattern...play on pattern
“Color of stair rail - monument?” — Ellen Weaver
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Warren Estate
Ideabooks2,971
Questions4
the herringbone pattern of the brick
Love this herringbone pattern for brick!
Brick floor and pattern for floor of reflection garden
in herringbone pattern
herringbone pattern on brick
Herringbone brick pattern
Beautiful herringbone pattern brick patio
different patterns and brick colors
brick pattern
“Herringbone brick” — drussow
Loudoun County Interior Design Firm
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Tara Seawright
Dining Room
Ideabooks6,384
Questions9
old-fashioned floral patterns have been replaced by vibrant Missoni fabric here. The modern chairs combined with the French-flea-market looking table attains the perfect balance between old and new.
In another white space the opposite approach is taken. A wide range of color and pattern is brought in through
and match patterns, contrasting colors and styles when it comes to textiles. Fabric can be a relatively inexpensive endeavor, so have fun with it and play around!
Go bright. Throw color caution to the wind by pairing a neutral table with chairs adorned in bright and bold graphic patterns. This works
through Kartell Mademoiselle chairs, patterned pillows and a wildly colorful trio of bouquets.
“lucite chairs.” — sbsmiles
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