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My Romantic Home
romantic home
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combo dinning room and living room
like all the white in the room
My friend, Cindy's Romantic Home!
Romantic. Love this look
the dining room table is
my dining room table painted!
Dining and sitting room
Romantic yellow dining/living
Combined rooms...Garden Living room...Romantic home...THE WHOLE ROOM...very romantic...Dining room...romantic home...My Romantic Home
“Warmth” — Sherri Adams
lisa rubenstein - real rooms design
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Classic and Chic Living Room
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lisa rubenstein - real rooms design
are versatile. A banquette in the living room can go from comfy reading corner during the day to romantic dining spot in the evening
Banquette in a living room: add some art, well placed wall sconces and a rug to define the space...in a living room or any room
th - banquette in living room for reading or romantic dining, just pull up table
Banquettes are versatile. A banquette in the living room can go from comfy reading corner during the day to romantic dining spot in the
Banquettes are versatile. A banquette in the living room can go from comfy reading corner during the day to romantic dining spot in the evening — just pull up a table.
banquette in a corner of a living room. cute idea but not this look
“versatile.” — sdsprague
1800Lighting
Corbett Lighting
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Hello - I'll reach out to our designer for that information. Thanks!
Another example of uplighting, this design scheme uses a can light placed behind a plant to turn an ordinary dinner into an exotic mini vacation. With romantic lighting, the shadows can be as
uplighting, this design scheme uses a can light placed behind a plant to turn an ordinary dinner into an exotic mini vacation. With romantic lighting, the shadows can be as enticing as the illumination.
uplighting, downlighting etc... in dining room
this design scheme uses a can light placed behind a plant to turn an ordinary dinner into an exotic mini vacation. With romantic lighting, the shadows can be as enticing as the illumination
I love the wall color, the hairs and the chandelier. What a beautiful room.
“Colors” — kaymacn1
Alex Amend Photography
Roof Terrace by Frank Holbrook Design
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Roof Terrace by Frank Holbrook Design
I like the trees and flowers in these pots. Could be a nice way to add height to the softscaping and add the "romantic" vibe I want.
such a sweet outside room - girlie
love the romantic look of it could use my marquee
Roof TerraceBy Frank Holbrook DesignThis elegant outdoor pagoda off the master bedroom is the perfect outdoor room. Striped outdoor fabric from Perennials offers shelter and frames the stunning view of the San Francisco Bay. Designer Frank Holbrook took the design over the top with an antique chandelier
durable fabrics, making your purchase a smart long-term investment. Some feature side panels that can be opened for air circulation or closed for a romantic escape. Tip: For safety’s sake, garden tents need to be well anchored in breezy or windy locations. (It’s so embarrassing to call over the fence,
“Vase and pot decor” — nrueda12
My Romantic Home
romantic home
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I hope you aren't keeping live birds in that cage...not humane...
Live birds need large cages or better yet aviaries and free flight time. Antique cages often have toxic, dirty finishes and are dangerous
privacy, romantic, great sense of comfort to me
Outdoor living space
garden room lace romantic
delphiniums, birdcage, romantic
Very Romantic....Outdoor living...Romantic patio...romantic home...My Romantic Home
“Fences” — ly57
Shannon Malone
My Houzz:
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better way to foster a romantic mood than by the use of candles? Their soft, mellow flickering light illustrates the ebb and flow of romance that satisfies the spirit of this gardener. Real candles are infinitely better than LED and battery-operated ones in the garden of the romantic (if carefully attended
Love the idea of a secret bathtub getaway area outside that's romantic or just soothing and private. Way cool
Dream up a romantic hideawayOn paper, this utterly romantic scene shouldn’t be romantic at all. But it just goes to show how a little imagination can go a long, long way when it comes to creating a special
better way to foster a romantic mood than by the use of candles? Their soft, mellow flickering light illustrates the ebb and flow of romance that satisfies the spirit of this gardener. Real candles are infinitely better than LED and battery-operated ones in the garden of the romantic (if carefully attended
“secret garden” — Maria Hunt
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
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Grace Design Associates
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Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
keep the outdoor room clean? Cute chandeliers.
Where is this? Just wondering about the climate and length of time one could use such an outdoor room?
Bianchi of McCormick Interiors designed this room. She is on houzz and I'm sure she'll be able to answer your question.
My client calls this room a loggia. It has a complete
house and is, basically, another room like all the other rooms - just no walls/windows. There's lighting and heating (radiant heat in the floor (devine!), a ceiling fan, deep eaves, tile roof above attic space and ceiling. In our climate, this is an all-season "room".
Does this room have any form of roof apart from ivy growing over the top? If not what happens if it rains? It looks like a pergola with ivy ,is that correct?
“Love the patio” — basia1973
Aiken House & Gardens
Carolyn Aiken
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Tea area romantic and cosy for two or three people
clematis-covered arbor, crisp white linen, flowers, a candelabra and real china make for a very civilized open-air afternoon tea or romantic dinner for two. And how romantic that an arbor like this isn’t necessarily attached to the house? Maybe it’s out on the “back 40,” down a winding trail and beside
and crisp white linens. I see a Sunday afternoon tea with ladies of distinction in this romantic setting.
A pergola draped in clematis (or any vine for that matter) turns a piece of yard into an outdoor room where guests can linger over lunch without getting a sunburn.
Purple makes a romantic gesture in this lovely dining spot, where clematis climbs the trellis to create a privacy screen.
“Garden patio” — A Peters
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