30,074 the shabby chic Home Design Photos

Munger Interiors
1 Review
Coastal home
Dark tiles and granite were ripped out of this home to create a light coastal vibe. It's a modern and tailored update on the shabby chic look.
coastal chic mix match...orchid love!!!
“Chairs” — lisamchristian
Loudon County's Leading Custom Window Provider
Windsor is a custom window and door manufacturer that takes pride in providing Service, Selection, Quality and Value.
Buckets of Burlap
Fresh blooms
A pitcher of branches, very shabby chic. How would you turn it into a room?
“Guest bedroom pop of color” — tarswife
Lake Forest Showhouse 2011
Pick a pastel tonePale blue Tolix chairs look rustic and romantic in this shabby chic dining area. The bare brick walls, concrete flooring and woven rug bring rich texture to the scheme and prevent the pastel coloured chairs looking too feminine. The fact that they are vintage pieces, too, complete with
“Arched window, cement urn but would love to see it bigger and sitting on old white destressed end ta” — Judy Landers
CM Glover
1 Review
Craftiness and Color in Warrenton
washable and the covers are removable. The sofa on the right, under the window, is the only furniture piece she bought new, from Rachel Ashwell Shabby Chic. "The best investment I ever made," she says.See more on practical white slipcovers
“Colors” — kshaner295
Sandy Koepke
beverly drive - living room
A chippy collection of weather vanes can enhance any space that gravitates toward shabby-chic style.Tip: Check into sources such as Craigslist, eBay and Etsy, along with your local flea market, if you're looking to start a collection yourself
“rustic deco” — diannev
Woodmeister Master Builders
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Woodmeister Master Builders - WestWind
Bamboo cabinetry, aluminum tiles, and stainless steel appliances transform this cottage from shabby-chic to metro-sleek. Exposed wire track lights provide an artistic contrast to the elegant crystal chandelier above the breakfast table.
“cabinets” — casvista
Holly Marder
Houzz Tour: Vintage inspired apartment shines with creativity
Skip the greenery altogether and create a "tree" out of weathered strips of leftover wood for a shabby-chic color-blocked tree. Accent the look with a color-block garland and collection of white owls for a simple, pulled together look.
“wood tree” — okie60stine
Random House
Coastal Modern by Tim Clarke
Go coastal modern. Warm neutrals replace Shabby Chic's soft pinks and greens; while the sofas have deep, cushy upholstery, the thick stripes give them straight lines. For more notes on the look, check
“Doors” — elysecraw
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