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51,449 mix pattern Traditional Home Design Photos
tile & style
too many patterns, but love that there is no door
aweful, too much pattern
Use a different patterns
beware of TOO MANY PATTERNS
KARLA TRINCANELLO-CID - INTERIOR DECISIONS, INC.
Karla Trincanello, NJ CID; ASID Allied
nice pattern on carpet - our bedroom?
Wavy pattern of carpet is nice, simple, yet has some elegance to it.
pattern carpet...Subtle pattern
A Baby Girl's Nursery - Elegant and Romantic Pink
Such soft, blended patterns and colors
Floral pattern - lighter pink walls than this one though if not just ivory
the pattern on the fabric.
The patterns...Colors and Patterns...Quilt pattern
Walden Design Group - Cynthia Walden
Los Altos Outdoor Fireplace and Fountain
normal broken stone pattern, bluestone I think
Like the stone pattern - more greens/browns though
floor pattern and stacked stone
Jagged pattern...DONT like pattern...Random pattern
THINK Architecture - John Shirley
Again, border with different pattern in the inside
colors include a range of nearly black through gray, brown, red and some yellowish tints. Although individual bricks are rectangular, there are endless patterns to experiment with, including traditional running bond, herringbone, basket weave, radial spokes, gentle curves and whimsical layouts that look like
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
Transforming a modular shower into a fabulous custom shower with skylight
tile pattern & niche above toilet & window
Diamond pattern tile
diamond pattern blue
blue white pattern
Elegant Family Home
Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. This carpet is made from two different broadlooms one black for the border and a separate pattern for the field (center of the runner) and then joined. The manufacturer is Stark and the time frame was 2007. The black border is a great design feature.
Pattern with darker bannister and black outline
Like the pattern without black border
right colour....too dated pattern? maybe in larger print?
I like this even. It may be a nice echo to the wood floor pattern. Or then again, it may be a little "much"?