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Mercedes Corbell Design + Architecture
Mercedes Corbell
Ideabooks2,836
Questions5
i need a work space like this for my kitchen
Can you share the name of the artist? The colors are perfect for my space! Thank you!!
Purple. Purple isn't always the first choice for interior decorating — outside of children's spaces — but when used smartly and sparingly, it can add an elegant element of surprise to modern or traditional spaces.
Purple isn't always the first choice for interior decorating — outside of children's spaces — but when used smartly and sparingly, it can add an elegant element of surprise to modern or traditional spaces.
Purple isn't always the first choice for interior decorating — outside of children's spaces — but when used smartly and sparingly, it can add an elegant element of surprise to modern or traditional spaces
“David's idea” — Tara Spalding
Susan Serra, CKD
Country Kitchen
Ideabooks3,890
Questions10
inspired faucet shapes will be big this year in both traditional and non-traditional spaces and styles. Bridge faucets will show up in expected finishes such as oil-rubbed bronze, but also in polished nickel. They will be large and available in traditional and contemporary styles.
countertops. This is a fairly pricey option, but updating your countertops is well worth the investment. Any rustic cottage-style or traditional space paired with granite countertops becomes eclectic and interesting instead of outdated. Plus, marble is classic, making it a sound investment.
“The warm feel of the rooms” — lazm
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Greenlee Dining
Ideabooks4,537
Questions8
Antique white. For a more traditional space, antique whites work best because they provide a lived-in feel to a room. In dining areas, this shade of vanilla is a great choice because it's
See how beautifully this space has been designed to create a consistency between the flowing open rooms while allowing for mixing and matching?
Probably the most traditional way to mix up seating styles at the table is to combine slipcovered armchairs with classic, upholstered side chairs. They don't
5. Antique white. For a more traditional space, antique whites work best because they provide a lived-in feel to a room. In dining areas, this shade of vanilla is a great choice because it's
“wall color” — breechloe
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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MANDARINA STUDIO interior design
5 Reviews
Cambridge Residence
Ideabooks2,652
Questions7
Sorry, it's very difficult to advise on paint without seeing the space. I suggest that you look for a local designer or color consultant to help you make the best decision. Good luck.
as coral or apricot. These warm peachy-pinks are well suited for traditional spaces and they are always in vogue.
A yellow-tone pink glows against the warm wood of the trim and provides a sophisticated background for this traditional room. Layers of pink, as long as they are in the same family, always
pale yellow. Expand your range by using whites that are tinted with colors such as coral or apricot. These warm peachy-pinks are well suited for traditional spaces and they are always in vogue.
coral or apricot. These warm peachy-pinks are well suited for traditional spaces and they are always in vogue.
“Rug” — kspark3
CWB Architects
Bergen Street Residence
Ideabooks103K
Questions56
Thanks for posting so much usable info about this space!!! That chandelier is definitely on my "lust list"!
love the decor in this space. Reminds of wakefield street house
I love the bold colors with the muted, LOVE the furniture. It is a formal space with a more casual feel. love, love, love
setting with a mix of vintage style upholstered furniture and a whimsical chandelier juxtaposed against traditional architecture, I can't imagine anything other than a natural fiber rug to tie the space together.
This playful bubble glass chandelier adds a very contemporary detail to an otherwise very traditional space — from the old marble fireplace mantel to the heavy and detailed window and door trim, to the pressed-tin ceiling and cove details. And yet it
“Lampara” — Lucas Petrone
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Entry
Ideabooks24,686
Questions21
Look for a hand knotted rug made completely of vegetable dyed wool. Wool is basically indestructible and a vegetable dye is not likely to bleed. Traditional Turkish and Persian rugs for a pattern that won't show dirt (or wine!). As much as I love grass rugs, they are kind of fragile for entries. Good
4. Edit. Many traditional rooms are long overdue for an edit. Accessories and tchotchkes are collected over the years and nothing stands out, even if all the items individually
pendant lighting. Traditionally, silk brings an air of elegance to any environment and provides this entry with a touch of luxe.
If you have a smaller entry hall, go big with your rug's size and pattern. Measure the width of the entry and look for a rug that will take up a bulk of the space. You will find
“Doors” — Laura Foust Perseponko
Nanette Wong
An Apartment with a View in San Francisco
Ideabooks2,317
Questions6
Small living room space----but plenty of seating!
Turn a small-space living room into a sitting-pit.
sectional in small space; house is 700 square feet
A plush navy sofa. On trend yet classic, a navy velvet sofa works equally well in eclectic, contemporary and traditional spaces. A big sectional like the one shown here can handle a large-scale coffee table — choosing white keeps it from looking too heavy.
“My coffee table sums up my decor aesthetic,” says Chan, who enjoys mixing big-box retail items with budget-friendly finds. She describes the space as “very eclectic and colorful, but still modern and curated.”She reupholstered the sectional in a navy-blue velvet to hide any stains the kids might make
“small space, nice color scheme” — rmanor
Design House
Lavender Living Room
Ideabooks7,294
Questions4
Houzz Contributor Laura Gaskill points out that pastels are a great way to lighten up a traditional space
Modern wood bead trim on this colorful tableskirt creates an updated traditional space.
4. Use earthy pieces to ground girly pastels. Love pastels, but don’t want your space to look like the bedroom of a 6-year-old girl with a unicorn obsession? Add something a bit rough to contrast the light hues — try a beat-up leather
1. Lighten up a traditional space. Classic furnishings make great investment pieces, but we all get the urge to shake things up now and then. For a quick color makeover, repaint
“Houzz Contributor Laura Gaskill points out that pastels are a great way to lighten up a traditional” — Legrand, North America
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