75,800 planetary mixing Home Design Photos

SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
Wallace K. Harrison Estate
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Dwarf Miscanthus, Barrenwort, Chinese Fountain Grass, Daylily, Showy Stonecrop, Spring bulb mix, Hakone Grass, Painted Fern, White Liatris, Walker's Low Catmint and others. There are overlapping lines or mixed fields of plants. This and site landscaping by Terrain NYC. terrain-nyc.net
mixed grasses, for nearer the house
Dwarf Miscanthus, Barrenwort, Chinese Fountain Grass, Daylily, Showy Stonecrop, Spring bulb mix, Hakone Grass, Painted Fern, White Liatris, Walker's Low Catmint and others. There are overlapping lines or mixed fields of plants.
Black-Eyed Susans Mixed with Marsh Grass
Even after the flowers have withered, the black "eyes" add interesting texture to a fall garden, especially when mixed with the feathery heads of grasses.Once all that's left of the flower is the brown cone in the center, wait for the stem directly beneath it to turn
“mixed grasses, for nearer the house” — frannyls
Marcelo Brito & Pedro Potaris
Marcelo Brito & Pedro Potaris - Sao Paulo - Brazil
Ideabooks12,662
Questions7
What Goes With a Striped Sofa? Photo 7 of 9 7. Mixed patterns, same color. Why stop with mixing stripes when you can mix in other patterns as well? When you keep the colors to a strict palette, the patterns will feel like an intentional mix. Try a wide stripe, narrow stripe, solid, and fun printed
love the mix of patterns -- different stripes, florals, leather!
painted table mixed with wood tone table and chair legs
printed textile, like a batik or suzani, in a matching hue. Wild card: Mix patterns and hues. For the adventurous decorator, mixing colors and patterns is what can make a room sing. To give your room structure, try starting with a main color and a neutral, then layer in one or two accent colors with textiles
“The table” — lacierose08
indi interiors
4 Reviews
West Chester, NY
Ideabooks2,363
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Mix textures for easy elegance. The more variation in texture, the richer and more luxurious a room looks and feels. Aim
mix of textures in this room make it feel really cozy
Mix of texture aand the bamboo blind
Mix textures in bedroom. Maybe add fuzzy pillows
3. Mix textures for easy elegance. The more variation in texture, the richer and more luxurious a room looks and feels. Aim to have at least three distinct textures in any space (for example, nubby, fluffy, polished) for maximum effect. In the bedroom shown here, a tweedy chair, an airy coverlet, fuzzy
“mirror” — yes_casa
Fougeron Architecture FAIA
6 Reviews
21 House
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- Mix of mid-century modern and contemporary - The vintage styled chairs and the modern styled chairs
mix of modern & traditional elements
wood crendenza mixed with white woodwork and colorful chairs
Mix of mod and traditional ie the chairs
antique buffet fits into this eclectic mix of mid-century modern and contemporary pieces. Well-designed pieces made of beautiful woods almost always have the power to fit right in anywhere.
Modern abstract paintings, a minimal pendant fixture and parsons table are mixed with an antique sideboard and a
“Artwork” — marjovea4
Laura Garner
My Houzz: Color and Creativity Energize a Midcentury Home
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The Ikea piece has a mix of stainless steel cabinets, a wood top and a white glossy finish in the center of this open kitchen.
mix of materials - wood. steel, laminate
Mixing materials in Montreal. “It’s where we work, where we cook and where friends gather when we have them over. It’s the heart of our home,” says Montreal homeowner Luce Beaulieu of this kitchen island. The Ikea piece has a mix of
Like the stainless steel ikea cabinets. And the mix of wood.
Mixing materials in Montreal. “It’s where we work, where we cook and where friends gather when we have them over. It’s the heart of our home,” says Montreal homeowner Luce Beaulieu of this kitchen island. The Ikea piece has a mix of stainless steel cabinets, a wood
“island with work triangle” — aprilmary
Clarkson Potter
Darryl Carter's The Collected Home
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Don’t be afraid to mix it up.
mix up an ornate antique with a sleek modern.
mix it up: antique + modern
Mix it up. Having an open mind about what goes with what adds to the sense of fun and adventure. For instance, this unlikely pairing of an ornately carved antique library table with a simple, modern, angular chair is new and unique. Don’t be afraid to mix it up.
Flooring. How does one mix items like this classical bust, ornately carved antique table, well-worn Oriental rug and modern Zig Zag chair? Through careful color cohesion and material choices, like this dark hardwood floor, which contrasts, complements and ties in with various pieces. A few of Carter's
“The table” — deloneyplace
Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
Ideabooks10,347
Questions12
love the mix of modern and antique- b&w photos + lucite folding tray
Modern Vintage Mix, Eclectic, Cool. The Chair needs to be in my life
over-the-top gilt frame mixed with the chunky, masculine wood table and pictures are amazing. This master truly considers multiple tastes and melds them seamlessly.
look, but when you look more closely, you realize the desk's wood looks a bit rough, and that there is a primitive metal industrial lamp atop it. The mix keeps things from becoming too-too mirrored and gilded.
striking effect. Take a look at how many different materials are mixed together here. Wood, mirror and acrylic all blend together for a visually stimulating room. Don't match your woods; different colors and textures are more interesting.
“Painted chair” — goleafs1
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
A mix of old and new to create a comfortable living area
Ideabooks1,534
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A mix of old and new to create a comfortable living area
contrast. If the furniture is curvy, mix in an angular piece. Similarly, pair solids with voids: Combine a leggy chair with a solid side table, and a solid chair with a leggy table.
Combine straight and curved lines for contrast. If the furniture is modern and linear, throw in a round table for contrast. If the furniture is curvy, mix in an angular piece. Similarly, pair solids with voids: Combine a leggy chair with a solid side table, and a solid chair with a leggy table.
straight and curved lines for contrast. If the furniture is modern and linear, throw in a round table for contrast. If the furniture is curvy, mix in an angular piece. Similarly, pair solids with voids: Combine a leggy chair with a solid side table, and a solid chair with a leggy table.
“like the sofa” — kmburke3
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