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Caitlin Wilson
Philadelphia Penthouse
Ideabooks12,082
Questions16
Jade Byblos by Caitlin Wilson Textiles, unfortunately it's been discontinued.
Wilson's home office is a study in pattern and color. "It's so fun to work here. The room is filled with vibrant fabrics from my textile line, so there's this naturally bright and cheerful environment," she says. Wallpaper by Nina Campbell creates a unique backdrop and ties together all the colors in
d’imprimés et de couleurs. « C’est si amusant de travailler ici. La pièce est remplie de tissus aux couleurs vibrantes qui proviennent de ma ligne de textiles et qui contribuent à créer un environnement naturellement clair et gai. » Le papier peint, signé Nina Campbell, crée une toile de fond unique qui
Wilson’s home office is a study in pattern and colour. ‘It’s so fun to work here. The room is filled with vibrant fabrics from my textile line, so there’s this naturally bright and cheerful environment,’ she says. Wallpaper by Nina Campbell creates a unique backdrop and ties together
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Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Fort Worth, TX: Mike & Ann Williams
Ideabooks366
Questions0
Williamsburg Luray Pinwheel pattern from Lewis & Sheron Textiles.
Heavily patterned textiles in a variety of materials make for a uniquely eclectic dining space. Ann purchased the 1950s dining chairs from a textile artist in San Antonio, who reupholstered them in a hand-dyed burnout velvet. “Our home … is attractive but ordinary on the outside,” she says. “Most people
“Bohemian Cottage” — Charlie Marshall
Bill Mathews Photographer, Inc
Interior Design
Ideabooks3,632
Questions3
Different textiles, wooden furniture, and colourful &floral kitchenware
Some of my favorite ingredients of flea market style are the mixed textiles
“table” — nataliekuntz
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Sara & Rocky Garza
Ideabooks995
Questions1
Natural wood accents, Southwestern textiles and a suspended philodendron in the corner fill out this breezy and bright white main suite.
Natural wood accents, Southwestern textiles and a suspended philodendron in the corner fill out this breezy and bright white main suite. "Rocky and I have a very similar style, so for the most part we usually both love or hate something," Sara says. "Making design decisions together is easy." Rocky built
wood and attached it to an existing platform bed. Two low wood stumps are used as side tables, and the throw pillow covered in a woven Southwestern textile was picked up at a local estate sale. "Most of our things have come from estate sales, my granny's house, or is something Rocky has built," says Sara
“wood valance” — jrose2
The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
Ideabooks4,140
Questions0
pillows to make an outdoor sofa. Tree stumps make great stools and side tables, and curbside finds can be easily disguised with strategically draped textiles.
pillows to make an outdoor sofa. Tree stumps make great stools and side tables, and curbside finds can be easily disguised with strategically draped textiles.See how to make a deck chair from discarded pallets
pillows to make an outdoor sofa. Tree stumps make great stools and side tables, and kerbside finds can be easily disguised with strategically draped textiles.See how to make a deck chair from discarded pallets
“Pallets” — Galea Constructions
Richardson Architects
13 Reviews
Bathhouse
Ideabooks5,411
Questions6
3. Embrace workhorse textiles. Every fabric shop carries a wide assortment of solid fabrics in airy voile and gauze (perfect for floaty window treatments), checkered and ticking
3. Embrace workhorse textiles. Every fabric shop carries a wide assortment of solid fabrics in airy voile and gauze (perfect for floaty window treatments), checkered and ticking stripe cotton, and sturdy canvas at a low price per yard. If you don’t sew, you can use iron-on hem tape to make quick no-sew
rag rug. Rag rugs came about as a creative way to reuse scraps of fabric too small to sew into garments, and to put old, worn-out clothes and home textiles to work again. Today rag rugs are widely available and are quite inexpensive. But if you really want to save, try looking up a tutorial online for
“Gingham duvets” — elliehanson
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Dreamweave: Master Bedroom: Coffinier Ku Design
Ideabooks1,574
Questions5
Textile headboard
Textile colours.
“Dj's room! (clouds)” — mrshousiemouse
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Casa de Cocinas
Ideabooks1,277
Questions2
dining set, lighting, all textiles, wall colour
dining set, wall colour, textiles
hanging textiles
“Legs for dining rm table xxxstoned” — kickinthetushclub
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