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Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
16 Reviews
City: Kirkland Residence
exceptional interiors of the home. Stunning yet comfortable, every aspect of the home invites and impresses. Classic, understated elegance at its best. Materials of Note: Custom Wood paneling; Bacharach Crystal Chandelier in Dining Room; Brick Flooring in Kitchen; Faux Treatments throughout Home Rachael
McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
did the interior design work so we do not have this information.
McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris HomeSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Refined. Everything about this setting feels graceful and mannerly, right down to the pineapple finials on the curtain rods. There are no design surprises here, and yet the look is anything but stale or stodgy. Like a well-cut navy blazer
“Furniture floor” — ruthven1909
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Jane Lockhart Interior Design
5 Reviews
Jane Lockhart Interior Design
beautifully designed luxury model home for Kylemore Communities. Photography, Brandon Barré
Lockhart Interior Design
Lockhart Interior Design
Wash basin design
“window placement” — minuteb
Gallery Interiors and Rockford Kitchen Design
2 Reviews
Lake House
Designed by Gallery Interiors/Rockford Kitchen Design, Rockford, MI
Gallery Interiors and Rockford Kitchen Design
use this design. I need to purchase the fireplace box, I need to know where to find it. Judy / Spring, TX
interesting design.
“I also love the brick around an electric fireplace.” — 6778576
Jason Ball Interiors, LLC
15 Reviews
Jason Ball Interiors - Kitchen Designs
Backsplash design, paint color's subtle contrast, generally like the style.
Ball Interiors - Kitchen Designs
Jason Ball Interiors, LLC
tile design...Design of tile...stove design...wall tile design
“Notice where the microwave is. This is similar to your layout. Just move the refrig next to stove” — faloftin
Diane Bergeron Interiors
Balnarring Beach House
of the design and the print
DON'T: Follow trends religiously. Constantly redesigning your space to reflect the latest trends leaves no room to insert your own creativity. It can also be both expensive and exhausting.DO: Design a space that contains the classics you love. Then accessorize with a few trendy pieces
to your design aesthetic. In this family room, blue slipcovers and pillow covers allow for versatility when the next cool trend arises.
“me encanta la luz, la sencillez, ideal para nuestra casita... y las cortinitas son perfectas!!” — Flor Rod
Savvy Interiors
37 Reviews
Savvy Interiors
like the design and look of the built ins on either side of the fireplace.
Cabinet Door Design, I'd like to explore trimming out the raised hearth & accenting with either a wood or stone top rather than facing the hearth with stone.
design with slanted celing
Fireplace design...Savvy Interiors...Savvy Interiors...Design inspiration
“Lissa likes the fireplace.” — lissaschellinger
Leland Interiors, LLC
11 Reviews
Award Winning Master Bath
time I designed the bath it was available in the finish.
pattern or design you cannot easily paint yourself (like this gorgeous floral pattern).
available from designer showrooms, but you’ll likely need to be working with an interior designer or architect to buy them.Take your time choosing a wall covering. “Find something you truly love,” says Hernando. “If you find a paper you sort of like, you’re going to sort of like it when it’s up.” And unlike paint
wonderful design tool. I use it for almost every project: bathrooms, bedrooms, stairs, kitchens and cabinets. Name a flat surface; I've probably papered it. Here are some creative applications of wallpaper by talented Houzz designers. Consider one of these for your own home — you'll be hooked. Wallpaper
“Wallpaper” — kgirl2121
Cravotta Interiors
17 Reviews
Malinard Manor - Stairwell
interior designer of this home, inspiration was taken from ancient cathedrals. The result is a mysterious and exquisite décor that is rarely created by modern designers.
(production design: Stuart Craig; set decoration: Stephenie McMillan)Add moving and speaking portraits of dead professors to this stairway scene and it could pass for a set in Harry Potter's fictional school, Hogwarts. The school's set design is largely Gothic, with its candlelit hallways, rich upholstery
runner, the designer has used an area rug. Again, you can either match the area rug to the runner, or just have it coordinate.Tip: Don't forget to use non-slip pads under your area rugs. It is especially important when an area rug is not held down by heavy furniture.
“Dark and serious. Beautiful” — Chris Davies
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