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Phil Kean Design Group
15 Reviews
French Countryside
Ideabooks10,293
Questions19
Kit cabinets and style of windows
The island & style of cabinets
Cabinet style and color
Cabinet style...Style ancien...Cabinet Style
“color of cabinets, island. Brick back splash an idea” — maemae3b2g
Brian Watford ID
1 Review
Entry
Ideabooks7,985
Questions9
Brian Watford IDSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Style Secret:
Style Secret: Open Space Wide swaths of space and unobstructed sight lines give minimalist interiors their restful appeal. If your architecture doesn't follow
example, a neutral rug, a few artfully positioned furnishings, a mirror and pendant lights help to make the setting seem more intimate. More decorating styles
Brian Watford IDSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Style Secret: Open Space Wide swaths of space and unobstructed sight lines give minimalist interiors their restful appeal. If your architecture doesn't follow
Style Secret: Open SpaceWide swaths of space and unobstructed sight lines give minimalist interiors their restful appeal. If your architecture doesn't follow
“love look of light and dark colors, floors, walls, etc.” — ahulshof
Lauren Ostrow Interior Design, Inc
13 Reviews
Library 2
Ideabooks10,991
Questions6
The roman shades here have more style to them...may work better in our home
Roman shades and bay windows go together as naturally as chocolate and strawberries. Shades can be made from almost any fabric and come in a variety of styles.
shades and bay windows go together as naturally as chocolate and strawberries. Shades can be made from almost any fabric and come in a variety of styles. But realize that some Romans are better than others if you want an operable shade (one that lowers to cover your window). Lovely, relaxed Romans
“Relaxed” Roman shades are the epitome of casual chic. They’re stylish yet informal and unfussy. The unconstructed style lends a soft, finished look to windows. When this shade is raised, the center of the shade slightly bows down as the fabric stack comes together in
“Shades” — darcyam
Casa Verde Design
5 Reviews
Casa Verde Design
Ideabooks43,780
Questions23
I love the cabinet style and hardware.
Like this style of cabinetry. Prefer chrome handles, but like the style.
White shaker cabinets and furniture style hardware.
Cabinet style...Cabinet style....The door style
“Bathroom” — jdp945
C. L. Fry Creative
Lazy River
Ideabooks8,077
Questions11
Mixture of Mission & Med style with stacked stone!
Ont aime cette style de maison
one day. This is it... just my style!
style and roof...Style of stucco...Craftsman style
“Home design” — Claudia Torres
M. Brennan Architects, Inc.
Duneside Renovations & Additions
Ideabooks3,343
Questions8
Beach style ..love it...love ceiling..love colors
arrangement different chair styles
beach style living room
Rug and style...Rug, style & color
“Color” — nurezrin
Jane Kelly, Kitchen and Bath Designer
3 Reviews
Evanston Project
Ideabooks190K
Questions122
Kind of furnitures, colors, color walls...? Vintage style is adequate for a californian style house?
THis gives a darker kitchen some style or a bit of femininity. It may be a good offset to the more modern, masculine furnishings/elements. What do you think of the combinations we are selecting
Absolutely love your style with the dark floors and tin ceiling. The white island looks a lot like the one we are planning, which will be set on a diagonal in a 15 x 15 space
Antique style ceiling tiles. Like how they are just an accented item, not taking over the room
“Tin ceiling” — lillytattoo
Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
Modern Farm House
Ideabooks10,556
Questions21
Island style, cabinet style, cabinet color, sink style.
“The most important thing for farmhouse style is to keep it simple,” he says. “It all has to be really straightforward — no fancy shapes. All the trim we used is flat and very plain.”
trees and facing the pasture.Cuppett drew all the details of the space and designed the cabinetry and millwork. “The most important thing for farmhouse style is to keep it simple,” he says. “It all has to be really straightforward — no fancy shapes. All the trim we used is flat and very plain.”Lower cabinet
“windows” — lizgateley
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