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1,032 boudoir furniture Staircase Design Photos
Spanish Ornamental Ltd
thinking of using in a two story boudoir dressing room
Great Rooms Designers & Builders
Great Room Staircase
Hello! The furniture was all provided by the owner. Good luck!
brown leather furniture
Furniture and layout
definitely camp with leather furniture
leather furniture and green plants
i like this piece of furniture, the botanical prints
Tamar Schechner/Nest Pretty Things Inc
use furniture at top of stairs as a divider?
Add a piece of furniture on the stair landing or bookshelves
Shabby chic furniture.
I like this furniture
Love the worn furniture
Green doesn't have to be on the wall. Use it as an accent on furniture, trim, doors and stairs. I love this surprising, cheery green staircase.
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
Should the stain of wood flooring match your wood furniture or contrast it?
flooring or furniture longer? Here are some ways to make contrast work: -Dark floor with light furniture: This is meant to make spaces look larger. Having the lighter finish higher and at eye level will open the space up, while the dark floor will add warmth to the room. -Dark furniture with medium
medium floor: If you have dark furniture with a dark floor, the tones may match so much that the furniture disappears into the floor. This way, you can notice and admire your wood pieces. If you are going to match, I would think, like anything, either be spot on or don't try at all. There is nothing worse
My Houzz: Colorful eclectic style in a traditional New Orleans home
Yes! This fabric is great! The fabric is teal patent leather and the settee was covered by artist Sarah Ashley Longshore. She refinishes furniture and the Martins have several more pieces of her work in their home. Here is her website where you can view more of her portfolio. http://www.ashleylongshore
Hi cgrenon, The settee was covered by artist Sarah Ashley Longshore. She refinishes furniture and the Martins have several more pieces of her work in their home. Here is her website where you can view more of her portfolio. http://www.a
Longshore's vibrant furniture and artwork fill many of the rooms, including this teal patent leather loveseat in the foyer. The original staircase, accessorized with two traditional portraits, leads to the second-floor bedrooms. Portraits: Marion and Silber; artwork above sofa: “An Invisible Thread”