2,167 A touch of summer Traditional Living Design Photos

KuDa Photography
1 Review
Private Residence - F
Ideabooks130
Questions1
Bright pillows always add a touch of summer.
“Bright pillows always add a touch of summer.” — Shari Dixon
Jill Asher
Finishing Touches- Junior League of Palo Alto-Mid Peninsula Holiday House Tour
Ideabooks1,283
Questions6
Finishing Touches- Junior League of Palo Alto-Mid Peninsula Holiday House Tour
Look at Ben Moore's Summer Shower/2135-60. It's a really great blue for any room.
Summer Shower Walls with rich cream (light creamy yellow?) drapes.
Summer shower paint color
Ben Moore summer shower
Summer Shower- Benjamin Moore
Ben Moore's Summer Shower/2135-60
Mantle summer...Summer Shower...Summer Porch-Behr
“Fireplace” — mljudson
Howard Bankston & Post
2 Reviews
Custom Fireplace
Ideabooks1,615
Questions2
I love arched walls transitioning into other rooms. I think it adds a touch of elegance throughout a home. This arch looks light there is a light in the top center. The tile has a lot of detail in it and decorating the mantel
little artificial summer. Blue runs a close second — dabs of azure, lapis and Wedgwood bring in a hint of the sky and sea. Use them in moderation to preserve the airy feel.How Swede it is: This room, punctuated with authentic Swedish antiques, typifies the Swedish palette at its best. A touch of blue in the
“Swedish design” — robinsbk
Creative Touch Interiors
2 Reviews
French Country
Ideabooks9,437
Questions14
than a cream but not as lemony a yellow as Weston Flax. America's Heartland doesn't seem to have the greenish cast that I saw in my large sample of Summer Harvest. It's so important to have a large sample board! Hope that is helpful!
Creative Touch Interiors
“lighting” — botk
Envision Web
Black Banks Plantation
Ideabooks146
Questions0
which drew many visitors, as did the seemingly miraculous light that traveled from the top of the lighthouse tower to the bottom. The island became a summer retreat for families from the mainland, particularly from Baxley, Brunswick, and Waycross. The island's resort industry was thriving by the 1880s
Plantation, and constructed a golf course, yacht club, paved roads, and a residential subdivision. Although the causeway had brought large numbers of summer people to the island, St. Simons remained a small community with only a few hundred permanent residents until the 1940s. The St. Simons Island
war, development on the island boomed in the 1950s and 1960s. More permanent homes and subdivisions were built, and the island was no longer just a summer resort but also a thriving community. In 1950 the Methodist conference and retreat center Epworth by the Sea opened on Gascoigne Bluff. In 1961 novelist
“Bedroom off of Living Room. Pocket doors.” — foxtrotfarm
Tom Stringer Design Partners
2 Reviews
Bay Front Summer Home
Ideabooks6,527
Questions5
Pare back and streamline. Summer is all about taking it easy — so why not make things simpler and easier for yourself by doing away with excess stuff? A small tray for mail (emptied
3. Pare back and streamline. Summer is all about taking it easy — so why not make things simpler and easier for yourself by doing away with excess stuff? A small tray for mail (emptied regularly), some hidden storage and a few carefully chosen decorative accessories are all you need in your entryway
“Lounge” — Sophia Schalekamp
Jana Happel Interior Design
California Cottage
Ideabooks2,278
Questions7
This charming home began as a 1930s summer cottage in Menlo Park, California. We treated the house like a jewel box, adding back the architectural detail of the era that had been stripped away. The owner, a successful single professional woman and Silicon Valley executive, wanted a colorful, feminine
turquoise, hunter green, golds, touch of navy/royal blue, lots of wood
“Love the trim on draperies!” — gigiwood
Rick Hoge
Gaillardia show home
Ideabooks1,104
Questions6
we need to keep the walls a neutral color - so that in the winter we can change the color scheme to warm reds and oranges...but in the summer we can do cool greens and blues.
Rug with touches of red
“Couch” — Velvet McFadden
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