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Contemporary Exterior
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house style - elegant and formal, love the iron work - not standard design and the ball,boxwood topiaries as window box filler.
cottage style. But the truth is, depending upon the style of your box material and the plants that you add to them, your window boxes can look elegant, formal, sleek or contemporary. Painted wooden boxes with a jumble of colorful annuals tend to look more casual and traditional, while black ironwork boxes
with the style of your house and let that dictate your window box decisions.Next: See how to make a basic window box
“Iron balusters” — tonyinteriors
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Nichol's Home
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all the style and comfort of a french countryside home in the heart of the USA. The use of plates on the walls throughout this home are one of my favorite ideas. I like the arched glass windows in the door and sidelights matching the transom window. Nice and bright for an entry. Paint color is beautiful
Doug's style. An antique sideboard DIY project painted with a weathered treatment is alongside collections, like canes corraled in a metal wire basket.Much of Kim's decorating inspiration comes from designer Charles Faudree and his love of mixing styles.Mirror: Home Decorators
in any style. Flea markets and estate sales are great resources for unearthing treasures for a chic traditional home, and budget finds in any style can be found at wallet-friendly stores like HomeGoods and Target, or online.
“hall color” — justinehonor
Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
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Z-loft
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gallery-style simplicity. Canvases should be framed very cleanly, if at all. Streamlined sculpture, black-and-white photography, glass and prints also work. And if you like your art a little edgy, it'll feel right at home. But also consider... Art shouldn't compete with an accent wall or another atten
gallery-style simple settings. Canvases to be framed cleanly, streamlined sculpture, black and white photography, glass, and prints also work
Style Secret: Overscale ArtWalls in contemporary rooms don't usually have much in the way of adornment: no heavy moldings, no plate collections, no family photo groupings. So they're a perfect foil for large works of art that shine best amid gallery-style simplicity. Canvases should be framed very
“Floor and ceiling” — Patti_Cox Redmond
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
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Front Parlor
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Greek styling to fireplace. Original (19th century renovation w/marble insets).....but good for ideas!
the home style and ceiling height.This molding works because of the large scale of the room, the high ceilings and the size and detail in the other moldings around the fireplace and the baseboards. The overall style of the architecture is very traditional. If you have a very contemporary house or a mid-century
ranch-style home, crown molding of any kind may look completely out of place. If you love ornate crown molding in a traditional home, but also like contemporary style, consider keeping your furnishings simple with clean lines and very little pattern. The architecture will stand out while still giving
“Modern furnishings in Victorian home” — n14harper
Elizabeth Dinkel
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Brentwood Regency Estate
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sizes and styles to choose from.
for the style of our home- maybe bedroom or dining
traditional style:Houzz Tour: Traditional-Style Townhouse in Colonial WilliamsburgGet Cozy With Traditional Old-World DecoratingHome Styles: New Traditional DesignTell us: Is your home decorated in the traditional style? Share a photo below!
traditional style:• Legendary decorator Billy Baldwin loved slipper chairs (like the ones shown here) and used them often — always skirted. Check out his book Billy Baldwin Decorates.• Suzanne Rheinstein's interiors are extremely elegant and use ample antiques and fine fabrics.• Bunny Williams loves color
“Pillows” — KBI Interior Design Studios
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
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Hillgrove
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Like style. Not sure we want dark cabinets. Like floor and lighting
transitional style? Share your thoughts in the Comments!More 'So Your Style Is': Traditional | Contemporary | Cottage | Eclectic | Industrial | Arts & CraftsMore:Transitional Style: A Bit of Modern and TraditionalTransitional Style: Light, Art and AccessoriesSeven Tips for Creating Non-Boring Neutral R
Style Secret: SerenityAbove all, a transitional space should feel restful. You're going for an air of peace and ease — sure of itself without being brash, calm without being too quiet. If you sense a discordant note, take a critical look to see what needs pruning or smoothing. Each piece should fit into
“Coloring” — cmccourt
Don Ziebell
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Oz Architects
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Mediterranean-style home in Arizona. The urn's patina fits right in with the antique weathered palette.
Style Secret: Outdoor SpacesHaving an al fresco spot to take the sun, sip a cappuccino or tend a pot of basil is an essential part of the Tuscan approach to living. If you're building a Tuscan-style home
Tuscan style. The trough along the main stone wall of this courtyard serves a similar purpose and forms a focal point amid the richly textured surfaces.
architectural style. The imperfect, uneven textures suit my carefree side.
“Y” — cremen
robert kelly
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Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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of the style, Kelly built it himself. Using a drywall box around a hood insert, he accented it with molding and trim to create a simple but elegant piece. Kelly tore up the linoleum, revealing beautifully worn wood underneath, which he kept.
1. Pocket-Size Vintage-Style KitchenHomeowner: Robert Kelly
vintage-style kitchen is only about 145 square feet, but he doesn't need much more space — even with kids and pets around. Kelly's home was built in the 1920s, and preserving the original style was a big priority. Each appliance and finish was chosen to complement the house as a whole. The beautiful vintage
original style, and played with the circulation and traffic flow within the footprint to help it function for his family.
“GRAND MAMAN COULOMBE” — elaineandrew
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