85,800 ruffled shades Home Design Photos

Carla Aston | Interior Designer
11 Reviews
Master Bath Remodel Limestone
Carpet tiles in different same color but mildly different shade makes nice detail
treatment Wooden shades
Bedroom shades, bed covering, bath
Like window shades
“Bisque counter, floor, lighter off white cabinets.” — marhop1
DC Metro's Custom Cabinetry Design & Kitchen Remodeling
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Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
shades/shade for dining room
Shades colour and panelling
Three shaded lights
“Cool island, range hood is awesome.” — mhorrigan207
Robin Pelissier Interior Design & Robin's Nest
Summer Home on Martha's Vineyard
roman shade OUTSIDE of window frame
Blue paneling and Roman shade over exterior door. Very unique.
Wallpaper shade...roman shades
“stained plywood” — devomish
Contemporary Bathroom
What brand, and style, of shade was used? Thank you.
operation. Many suppliers carry them. Contact a window covering designer or interior designer in your area to see selections. These look like Conrad brand shades.
Love these woven shades which add texture and warmth. These come in various levels of opacity.
“Bathroom tub” — dave_s
Ruby Photography Studio
13 Foxley St.
striped roman shades
Window roman shade....Roman shade
“Floor” — coelih
SRM Architecture and Interiors
1 Review
Fazan Vacation Home - Exterior
adding shade to house
window shading, mixed materials
window shades
“metal siding” — kreynier
Designing Solutions
55 Reviews
Hello Clarice
brick wall, shades
Couch & shades...Roman woven shades.
“Colours” — mandirak
Tom Hurt Architecture
Canyon Edge House
very shaded and cool with environment
great house color - purple = shade; nice melding with landscape
language, the last two houses use dramatic cantilevers (roofs and/or floors) to provide shade and create usable outdoor space. The rear of the Canyon Edge House by Hurt Partners Architects features a large overhang that shades the expansive glass wall below. The deck below projects towards the house's namesake
“overhang” — estherclark2012
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