980 trellis pattern Powder Room Design Photos

Schell Brothers
1 Review
The Kingfisher
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since we plan to do lighter walls throughout, i thought this was fun for the powder room as it's a complementary but darker color, bold pattern. obviously not this wallpaper specifically though.
“Paint” — mwigert
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Kenwood Cottage
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Design principle used: Pattern The wallpaper in this room is a repetition of the same shape, creating pattern in this room.
Pattern: Objects in a picture that are re-occuring over and over again. This picture displays a pattern, because the diamond picture on the wall
wall is re-occuring which shows a pattern.
“Wallpaper” — mausi5
Martha O'Hara Interiors
87 Reviews
Bruce Avenue Residence Lower-Level Powder Room
Ideabooks2,609
Questions6
more nautical pattern, to get the look: http://www.houzz.com/photos/5043037/Destinations-by-the-Shore-traditional-wallpaper-other-metro
or try www.designerwallpapers.co.uk - they will sell to customers outside the trade, and they stock Vivienne Westwood wallpapers. This pattern is called Vivienne's
Already have a fairly graphic wallpaper on your walls? Extend a new pattern to the ceiling. Look for something in a complementary scale, and likely a more neutral color, so the space feels cozy and inviting, not overbearing. Click photo to see more of the ceiling.More: 13 Ceiling Treatments to Look Up
“Light Fixture” — fashiongirl41
Filmore Clark
4 Reviews
Pratt Larson Bath
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Questions5
You might also like to consider encaustic tile with a similar pattern. Totally custom and made in the USA.
Beautiful colors and pattern of tile.
tile pattern and color
Pattern for bathroom
Tile pattern
“Mosaic with color” — pgdiver
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
16 Reviews
2010 Colorado Homes & Lifestyles "Home of the Year"
Ideabooks9,364
Questions10
Fretwork patterns pair beautifully with modern lines and bold colors. Powder rooms are great spaces for displaying the geometric Chippendale patterns, which are just as impactful and fun on walls.
The pattern, bathroom idea
colors and patterns...Pattern and style
“wallpaper and mirror” — amyarons
Jane Lockhart Interior Design
5 Reviews
Jane Lockhart Kylemore Custom Home
Ideabooks7,055
Questions5
use it: Metallic wallpaper and on flooring and draperies. Pairs well with: Florals, stripes, solids and plaids — everything except another damask or pattern with the same scale. Pulling it off: "A true woven damask can be used on the reverse as well, with subtle differences in coloration," Tucker says.
use it: Metallic wallpaper and on flooring and draperies.Pairs well with: Florals, stripes, solids and plaids — everything except another damask or pattern with the same scale.Pulling it off: "A true woven damask can be used on the reverse as well, with subtle differences in coloration," Tucker says.See
“Wallpaper and heavy curtains” — drayerle
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
Tineke triggs
Ideabooks4,822
Questions9
I've tried Cole and Sons as well as ROMO with no luck finding it...could someone please share the name of the manufacturer and the pattern name???? Thanks!!!
Like this pattern and bold color choices
too much color and pattern.
Wall pattern
“Wall paper” — jshaily
LuAnn Development, Inc.
19 Reviews
Freestone Residence
Ideabooks11,643
Questions8
designer used our Muse Collection 7/8" x 1 3/8" brick pattern using the colors Clear non-iridescent and Twilight Silver Lining.
This our product. As read on the previous pictures, the designer used our Muse Collection 7/8" x 1 3/8" brick pattern using the colors Clear non-iridescent and Twilight Silver
tiles are from Oceanside Glass - part of their Muse line. It's in a custom offset pattern using colors 00 (clear - iridescent) 02 (pearl) and 100 (clear non-iridescent).
Muse Collection 7/8" x 1 3/8" brick pattern using the colors Clear non-iridescent and Twilight Silver Lining.
shimmering wall tiles (Muse from Oceanside Glass), a large oval mirror for primping and a disco-ball hanging light (from James Modler) that reflects patterns on the wall.
“Tile / wall color / light spray” — Sarah Martini
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