124,250 trellis pattern Home Design Photos

3north
1 Review
Williamsburg
Ideabooks2,440
Questions3
LOVE this limestone floor and the unique pattern
Floor pattern...limestone floors colour and pattern...Tile pattern...Tiles pattern....Limestone patterned floors entrance.
“Corridor” — eleanorkt
Design Manifest
Naomi's House
Ideabooks10,703
Questions14
Great transitional eclectic bedroom. Beautifully mixed patterns and colors.
executed coordination of contrasting texture and patterns. (dislike the colors or the texture and patterns though.)
complementary colors/patterns to a batik print print on the pillows may be a winner
around it. The batik elephant pillow is also blue and richly patterned, while the patterned pink pillows add a touch a whimsy. It's an eclectic space that
The general style is the same, but it's a bit more soothing. There's less pattern and color, but this eclectic room still makes sense with the rest of the
Mixing brightly colored textiles and bold patterns doesn't have to be daunting. Choose one textile, such as the vintage coverlet
the colour patterns and monroe image
“glass top side table” — Hannah Darrah
Sroka Design, Inc.
1 Review
Family Room
Ideabooks3,226
Questions2
Drapes with inside pattern and outside solid
Maybe similar for mstr. Like 2 pattern
Solid with pattern showing...Mixed pattern...pattern panel...Patterned edge...Pattern and solid panel
“Contrast binding” — jenjurotich000
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks23,127
Questions30
introducing other hues. However, don't forget to include different textures and patterns, as well. This will keep the more saturated grays from appearing too drab
of bronze) wall color is tempered by a host of of fun colors and playful patterns. Paint Pick: Stone Harbor 2111-50 by Benjamin Moore
Solid couch or pattern chair with colorful pillows
love the introduction of color and pattern
4. Add more pattern to an eclectic mix. The amount of color and pattern in this space is awe-inspiring. Because the zebra pattern and multi-colored
nature, the ceiling-mounted drum shade brings in a necessary geometric pattern to the space, while adding a nice light source at the same time.
g other hues. However, don't forget to include different textures and patterns, as well. This will keep the more saturated grays from appearing too drab
“Colour of drapes.” — trinityloo
The Gaines Group, PLC
13 Reviews
LEED Home
Ideabooks3,216
Questions4
The flooring in Marmoleum. There are many patterns and colors available.
It is marmoleum not tile. I am not sure of the exact pattern name. They have great options.
Check out Marmoleum for other patterns & colors
”Linoleum is available in sheets, tiles or planks. If you're not creating a pattern with tiles as in this charming bathroom, I recommend using sheets, as you'll
“Simplicity and linoleum floor” — minniemi88
Munger Interiors
1 Review
Traditional Living
Ideabooks3,706
Questions6
Does a chevron pattern makes the room look larger or smaller,in a small foyer
Herringbone floor pattern and wainscoting
wood floor pattern. Awesome...Herringbone patterned wood floors...foyer pattern and stairs...Herring Bone Pattern...herringbone pattern
“Herringbone Floor” — ehernand01
Dewson Construction Company
6 Reviews
New Construction - Bethany Beach, Del.
Ideabooks3,776
Questions9
flooring pattern and division of room with straight flooring. Interesting wooden
geniuses of the 18th century with traditional inlays or come up with a new pattern yourself. Create a design that will stand the test of time and be adored
and hardwood in this space creates a geometric and eye-catching rug-like pattern without actually having a rug in the space. Keeping bare floors under a
pattern + combo wood and tile
“table arrangement” — Lisa Aust
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Spanish Oaks Hacienda
Ideabooks11,366
Questions7
tile in the great room is called Café Noir French Quarter in a herringbone pattern. Contact Materials Marketing for more information. Thank you.
French Quarter in a herringbone pattern. Contact Materials Marketing for more information. Thank you.
Ornate floors. Renaissance floors were brick, tile or marble and were patterned in checkerboard or often more complex geometric designs, predominantly
“Pattern and color” — Tracy Weathersby Knudsen
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