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Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
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Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc. is a family owned and operated business with over 40 years of owner industry experience and over 150 years of combined experience.
Garden shed - rustic look! Tables and shelves.
Love the rustic look and the windows.
Open bins can help you organize your shed stuff in style. Custom cabinets and plumbing are definitely luxurious touches for a shed. Warm wood and rustic finishes help keep the look casual here.
Kathleen Shaeffer Design, Exterior Spaces
Santa Cruz I
fountain and backsplash and patterend blue tile, but there's a modern touch with the soft green, almost patinated, surround and the soft purple pots. The rustic beams overhead complement the pavers below. Look for patio pavers with a Mediterranean feel and specialty tiles at landscaping supply stores and tile
Dennison and Dampier Interior Design
I love everything about this. The weathered brick floors, the rustic table, the big windows, the ascetic color scheme, and all the herbs and plants.
cuttings into soil. The silver-leaved foliage plant on the table appears to be Dusty Miller (Senecio cineraria); it's a fantastic decorative touch in this rustic, historic-looking room. The blooming bush is Abutilon, which, with proper pruning and repotting twice a year, can be kept as a houseplant for many
Whereas chrome or nickel hardware makes things feel more modern and streamlined, dark hardware can lend a rustic feel. In a room that needs to feel both airy and cozy, dark hardware serves as a contrast to a light cabinet. The design of these cabinets combined with the hardware adds an almost barnlike
Allard Ward Architects
Grinders Switch Farm
This scrubbed-pine commode became a rustic vanity with the addition of a copper vessel sink and oil-rubbed-bronze fixtures.
the deck, any surrounding porous surfaces must be protected by polyurethane or a similar waterproofing product. This scrubbed-pine commode became a rustic vanity with the addition of a copper vessel sink and oil-rubbed-bronze fixtures. Plumbing is hidden behind the doors, as is extra storage.
Gritton & Associates Architects
I like the combination of rustic and yet lots of color.
The kitchen materials and color palette embody Southwestern style. Ceramic tiles, a mantel-style range hood, rough-sawn timber beams and ceiling, rusticated brick floors and stucco walls evoke the feel of Arizona, where the owners previously had a home.
Hunter and Company Interior Design
13. Slatted styleLike strong, linear patterns and rustic-inspired rooms? Then this wood-slat kitchen may pique your interest. If you’re thinking about replicating this look in your own home, here are some things to consider when deciding which direction the slats should run. Horizontal lines will give