7,027 tuscan inspired fabric Home Design Photos

Lapis Design Partners
Abe Residence
owner possessed before this project began. At the time he owned an Asian inspired home furniture and accessory store in San Francisco and picked up many
No, these are not Nana Doors. We had a local fabricator make and install the doors. Unlike Nana doors that typically stack to
“doors” — susieandterry
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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mikel irastorza
natural fabrics in a tiny space
Divider inspiration
“RadiTor curtains” — Joseph Pitcher
Greenbelt Construction
3 Reviews
Cat Mountain, Greenbelt Homes, Austin TX
I'd love to know where to find the duvet cover as well as the fabric for the pillows. Thanks!!
Love this bold Dorothy Draper inspired wallpaper. perhaps for bedroom
“I like the black hinges on the door” — thezebra
Studio 80 Interior Design
6 Reviews
Sullivan Residence
Chinese inspired dining...Fabric on chairs
“Table!” — annabelle9
Axis Mundi
3 Reviews
Greenwich Village Townhouse
designed, from the marble mosaics in the bathrooms, to the millwork and Prouve-inspired shutters on the kitchen floor. A sculptural bronze and mirrored screen
chandelier was created with glass from the same project, all superbly fabricated by Urban Archeology. Various surrealist touches, such as a painting by
“Table!” — annabelle9
Rikki Snyder
6 Reviews
Dining Room: Todd Alexander Romano, LLC
featuring a painting by Andy Harper. The custom chairs and sofas "were inspired by a Maison Jansen design from the 1940s." (Maison Jansen was a Parisian
Parisian design firm founded in 1880 by Dutch-born Jean-Henri Jansen.)All the fabrics and wall coverings are by Donghia.
“Green” — Jeannie Campbell
Michelle Hinckley
Kid's Room.
I believe the fabric is available at Calico Corners -but yes, just make your own.
Two of the three men in her life share this nautical-inspired room.
“Simplicity” — Zarlasht Shair
Asian Landscape
add mulch around garden beds, kill grass first and put layer of week block fabric before laying mulch.
evergreens — many of them are ericaceous conifers. Pictured here is a Japanese-inspired garden with rhododendrons as the understory to towering pines. Japanese
“rocks and mulch = less mowing!!” — mariaguas
Tired of Tuscan decor. Need cheap change. HELP!
What can I do with this sofa to change look of room? So tired of Tuscan!
Tuscan themed master bath must go!
Want to lighten, brighten, and modernize the look of this master. The walls are both texturized and faux finish. I can live with the tile but interested...
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