781 feather Traditional Home Design Photos

Nancy Sanford, Inc.
6 Reviews
Guest Bedroom
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wreath made of feathers
Bedding, pillows, feather wreath
Feather wreath
“fabrics” — ellepod
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Eclectic Modern Tudor Dining Room
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The muted colors with a statement teal chandelier looks stunning! Pink Feather is fun too! Love! Chandelier: http://shopcandelabra.com/canopy-designs-sara-glass-chandelier-3.html Feather: Available Soon! Check Back!
light fixture and feather thing in back
“wood built in hutch” — Jessica Lennon Guedea
Frontier Luxury Flooring
8 Reviews
The Leyland St. Bamboo Flooring Project
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flooring contractor for installation after the tile is complete. Notice where the wood transition meets the tile here — the wood is not cut to a feathered edge but kept to about ⅛ inch thick. This makes the edge stronger. The reducing transition also overlaps the tile, which helps with movement
flooring contractor for installation after the tile is complete. Notice where the wood transition meets the tile here — the wood is not cut to a feathered edge but kept to about ⅛ inch thick. This makes the edge stronger. The reducing transition also overlaps the tile, which helps with movement, since
flooring contractor for installation after the tile is complete. Notice where the wood transition meets the tile here — the wood is not cut to a feathered edge but kept to about ⅛ inch thick. This makes the edge stronger. The reducing transition also overlaps the tile, which helps with movement, since
“transition piece” — hclay77
InDesign / Lori Ludwick
6 Reviews
Tween Bedroom
Ideabooks27,670
Questions17
Where can you buy the feathered chandlier?
contrast in colors. It adds sass but gives a classy feel. I love the feathered light!
Window seat cushion, pillows, chandelier and feather lampshade
seat cushion. To really push the layers, interior designer Lori Ludwick added embellishments to a simple Ikea nightstand. She also custom made the feather-covered chandelier. Wall paint: Palace White, Benjamin Moore; ceiling paint: Florida Keys with pearlescent glaze, Benjamin Moore; headboard: Country
“Nice window seat” — bsteen
High Country Gardens
Tanacetum densum ssp. amani
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partridge feather in a water-wise garden photo from High Country Gardens
Partridge feather--combine with tall grasses, Russian sage. Likes hot, sunny spots and well-drained, even sandy, soil.
How to use it. Partridge feather makes an excellent accent plant in rock gardens, where it appreciates the good drainage. In the water-wise garden, it's compatible with ornamental grasses and colorful perennials, like poppy mallow (Callirhoe involucrata, zones
Partridge feather makes an excellent accent plant in rock gardens, where it appreciates the good drainage. In the water-wise garden, it's compatible with ornamental
How to use it. Partridge feather makes an excellent accent plant in rock gardens, where it appreciates the good drainage. In the water-wise garden, it's compatible with ornamental grasses and colorful perennials, like poppy mallow (Callirhoe involucrata, zones 4 to 9), Russian sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia
“not necessarily these plants, but I like how things are planted closely together, lots of color and” — cnodurft
Chelsea Pineda Interiors
4 Reviews
Chesebro Ridge
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Bamileke Feather Headdress (white) | Juju
African feather headdress
love that white feather headdress on the wall for texture
feather headdress juju hat
feather headdress...feather wall art
“Bed” — berlyls
Traditional Landscape
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Grasses planted in masses create a dynamic experience. The drift of feather reed grass (Calamagrostis 'Karl Foerster', USDA zones 3 to 9) in this photo connects and frames a view of the meadow beyond. This tall cool-season grass screens undesirable views and harmonizes with the
feather reed grass Calamagrostis Karl Foerster
The drift of feather reed grass (Calamagrostis 'Karl
Plant in masses. Grasses planted in masses create a dynamic experience. The drift of feather reed grass (Calamagrostis 'Karl Foerster', USDA zones 3 to 9) in this
The drift of feather reed grass (Calamagrostis 'Karl Foerster', USDA zones 3 to 9) in this photo connects and frames a view of the meadow beyond. This tall cool-season
“feather reed grass” — debwilcox
Kara Weik
Kara Weik © 2012 Houzz
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color, causing the area to reflect light differently. You best bet is to repaint that whole section of wall. If you don’t want to do that, try feathering the edges of the patch into the surrounding area, using a disposable foam brush. The touch-up will be easier to hide on light- or medium-colored
the color, causing the area to reflect light differently. You best bet is to repaint that whole section of wall. If you don’t want to do that, try feathering the edges of the patch into the surrounding area, using a disposable foam brush. The touch-up will be easier to hide on light- or medium-colored
the color, causing the area to reflect light differently. You best bet is to repaint that whole section of wall. If you don’t want to do that, try feathering the edges of the patch into the surrounding area, using a disposable foam brush. The touch-up will be easier to hide on light- or medium-colored
“Bench” — judithdianecallahan
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