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Edwards Lake Home
client’s travels and personal tastes. Woven wood blinds and a wicker ceiling fan set the backdrop for a black lacquered chair upholstered in an ethnic print. African night stands, foot stools and lamps, all from the client’s own collection, dovetail with the dark walnut hardwood flooring and zebra rug. A bench
I just love the look and feel of this room... Nice texture and not too fussy
Fireplace Stone: Rough Cut Quartz natural Stone Flooring: Natural Walnut (real wood!)
textured fireplace in color similar to wall
Color scheme Wall texture
Blending styles to create one cohesive look can be easier said than done. Combining rustic and modern décor gives this...
The dark wood Marabou tailored vanity is a nod to traditional craftsman charm that brims with classic American Design
Thomas Thaddeus Truett Architect
Love the texture design on wal
exterior textures- use of brick
Walnut door...Wood under eaves...wood front door
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Kids Tennis Theme
Floors are a dark walnut ... the pattern within the wood vien really blended both existing furniture and new dark woods.
Yes, the above answer is correct (painters tape & paint) but only if the wall has no texture and is flat plaster drywall. If the wall has texture, put a small amount of caulking around the tape for a clean paint edge. Otherwise, when you pull the tape off the square
Michael Abrams Limited
$2,500 and the base is walnut.
Love the use of colors and different fabric textured. The adjacent office is wonderfully accessible.
the wall texture...white wood...wood trim
Megan Williams Interior Design
Ron Dier. They are so much prettier in person, the way the glass is literally formed in a draped fashion like fabric while having the texture of crystals.
The wood sculptures are one of a kind, hand carved figures, and were found by my client in Africa. They are wonderful and if I can get more info
Amy Lau Design
West Chelsea Loft
Walnut floor lamp appears to be by Gordon Martz for Marshall Studios.
Look for mid-century modern furniture with great lines made of solid wood (not plastic laminate). Don't worry about how ugly or dirty the cushions are. The first thing you will do is reupholster it and it will look like a
love the contrasting textures