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Linda Medina Interior Design
Eclectic Bathroom
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Spanish styles. The bath reflects the individual style of its Cosmopolitan owners.
painting style? How do I do this on a budget?
Trend 2: Exotic destinations. With emphasis on the uniqueness of the region and rich, organic hues, this trend has a style-without-borders attitude. Identifying your ancestral roots and incorporating them into your home establishes a connection with your predecessors and instills a sense of reverence
This trend also celebrates exploration and shows an appreciation for the global environment.
“Colour” — julienimmo
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Drifts of naturalistic plantings
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current trend of Prairie-style plantings, it's easy to see how this can be transferred to the meadow plantings of English parkland.
planting style using various ornamental grasses
Prairie style landscaped with a variety of grasses and clumping flowers ...
current trend of Prairie-style plantings, it's easy to see how this can be transferred to the meadow plantings of English parkland.Allowing the dense, almost lush, plantings to grow hard against these house walls once again sets the house directly in the landscape.
“Masses of grasses...great movement” — chicnose
Handwerk Interiors
15 Reviews
Simplicity Trumps Ornamentation
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galley style kitchen takes center stage on the main floor of this Ottawa home. Made of natural wenge veneer and white high gloss acrylic these large kitchen cabinets supply ample storage leaving no reason to clutter the steamlined design of the kitchen. Minimalist bar stools line the opposite side of
“Panels” — victoriajanemoore
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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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Venegas and Company
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Lenox Street Kitchen
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Trend: Pro-style appliances
Style of Hearth-
“oven shelving” — dniles77
Connie Anderson Photography
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Refined Systems
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focus on trends in styling or art directing for portfolio and magazine shots.
“Entrance” — mikytrujillo
Miele for IMM/Living Kitchen Show
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of the trends and styles seen there -- like these sleek, modular white appliances -- will be making their way to the US in late 2012 and beyond.
of the trends and styles seen there -- like these sleek, modular white appliances -- will be making their way to the US in late 2012 and beyond.
these styles cross the pond later this year. American manufacturers are taking note; according to Ferguson, Whirlpool already has an iPhone-inspired White Ice series planned for the US market. More:Special Report: Kitchen News from CologneHome Tech: Make a Place for the Web in the KitchenReader's Choice:
kitchen trends worldwide. Her predictions for 2012 include a return of white appliances "in sleek modular glass-front" iterations. She also reported that "Whirlpool already has an iPhone-inspired White Ice series planned for the U.S. market."
“White appliances built in” — donnatomposki
K West Images, Interior and Garden Photography
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Oakville Contemporay Kitchen & Appliances
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Trend: Pro-style appliances
“Industrial” — mhiserman
Howells Architecture + Design, LLC
7 Reviews
Alameda Kitchen Remodel
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English-style 1920s Portland home was inspired by the classic English scullery—and Downton Abbey! A royal color scheme, British-made apron sink, and period pulls ground the project in history, while refined lines and modern functionality bring it up to the present. Photo: Anna M. Campbell
because it’s trending, as the expense and hassle of changing it once the trend passes are much too great. So if you aren’t sure you’d want this color in your kitchen for very long, paint it on a wall instead. It’ll be much easier (not to mention affordable) to swap out down the road.If you truly love this color
because it’s trending, as the expense and hassle of changing it once the trend passes are much too great. So if you aren’t sure you’d want this color in your kitchen for very long, paint it on a wall instead. It’ll be much easier (not to mention affordable) to swap out down the road.” — Jennifer OttSage words;
“Layout” — bsdreams
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