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The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Creekside Cottage-Kiawah Island
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This wicker furniture is beautiful. I really like the rocking chairs. We are purchasing a condo in Florida with a beautiful lake view. Can you please share the name of this furniture?
This wicker furniture is a mix of the the Bridgeport and the Presidential State lines by Palacek.
I like the furniture placement of the outdoor porch
“I like the style and colors. Shingles inside?” — lyfoster99
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks23,880
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kind of gravel or stone is that underneath the furniture?
What do these people do when it rains? Is this furniture water proof?
Not the furniture, but just a perfect backyard
especially living in Arizona, it is in a set of great patio furniture. For as nice as the weather is basically year round, you will be spending tons of time outside, so being comfortable is key.
notice the black pea gravel in which the furniture in the foreground is sitting.
“fireplace” — joannbauman
Scot Meacham Wood Design
Scot Meacham Wood Design
Ideabooks19,132
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Bordered by rose bushes, potted boxwoods, and Camilla trees, the heart of the garden makes for a well-loved entertaining hot spot. Teak outdoor furniture, rug, and pillows all from Ballard Design maintain the classic feel of the home's interior.
In dryer climates, consider adding a rug beneath your furniture, especially for stone floors, which can be cooler. The rug will more comfortable on bare feet and ground the look as a whole.
“Table setting” — wannie04
Elizabeth Dinkel
1 Review
Brentwood Regency Estate
Ideabooks3,051
Questions10
I like how the design in the area rug gives sparkle to the simple walls and furniture.
Williams loves color and has an amazing eye for detail, both in furniture and accessories.• Tobi Fairley uses traditional shapes and arrangements but with a Southern flair for hospitality.• David Mitchell's smart use of color and interesting furniture layouts breathe new life into traditional pieces.Browse more
“Paint” — slarrison
ABRAMS
American Modern Thomas O'Brien
Ideabooks5,636
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kats apt transitional style with light & bright floors, walls, furniture
from the room's double windows, he populated the room with pairs of furniture. Matched pieces allowed him to introduce fewer overall shapes, which enhanced the scale of the room. Tip: In small spaces, be rigorous about selecting furniture. For each decision, O'Brien suggests you ask: "Why this piece, why
“Windows” — cbaricevic
Michelle
Frenchflair
Ideabooks3,408
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Dark furniture dark flooring light walls & bedding
Yes, this is happening. Traditional furniture is surrounding a shag rug. And, it’s working (quite well, in my opinion). You want to achieve a warm, comforting feeling in a bedroom, and sometimes traditional furniture can feel stark. But, when paired with a shag rug, both the look and room feel inviting
“intentionally add sophisticated pieces to a medium-toned wood room.” — lpboothe
J. Hirsch Interior Design, LLC
1 Review
J. Hirsch Interior Design Portfolio
Ideabooks7,523
Questions14
Whether you are reworking the typical placement of furniture, repurposing the function of a space or diverting traffic patterns with your designs, be bold and brave with your furniture placement. You don't have to do things the way they have always been done; you just have to do what works.More: New
“lamp” — fema165
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
West Hills Victorian
Ideabooks6,565
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Bright pillows to complement leather furniture
love the accent furniture and the pillows
up seasonally, with fresh blues and greens in spring and summer, and warm cinnamon, cranberry and persimmon in fall and winter.Do you own leather furniture? How do you decorate around it? Share your photos and tips in the Comments!
with fresh blues and greens in spring and summer, and warm cinnamon, cranberry and persimmon in autumn and winter.YOU TELL USDo you own leather furniture? How do you decorate around it? Share your photos and tips in the comments section below.
“paint color” — iyama
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