3,473 valentines day home decor Home Design Photos

Tara Seawright
1 Review
Dining Room
People sit on upholstered dining chairs every day without concerns for spills or staining. If your dining experience really
the chair has the high-energy flair of the Warhol look but with an Elle DECOR-ish touch.
Fashion is a good way to bring color into your home. Lots of people who are fearless with their sartorial choices don't know
These chairs were at the Home Store.
“Chairs” — pacog
Northern Virginia Basement Contractor
Home Services Unlimited, LLC has been in business for over 29 years. We are licensed, insured, bonded and an EPA Certified Renovator.
8 Reviews
Mercer House
to celebrate this spooky season than adding a little orange appeal to your home interior? This ceiling is more than a bold orange - it's primed and ready
It’s not uncommon these days to see ceilings that really have punch. Help the ceiling’s unexpected aesthetic
The dining room was decorated in bright colors derived from a set of antique china. Antiques and paintings were carefully chosen, and the chairs were custom
If you have a more traditionally styled home, try taking a bit of a risk with tangerine accents. The bright coffered ceiling
“Tray ceiling trim” — Brett Frisse
the construction zone, ltd.
5 Reviews
The Logan Residence
steps dimensions? Looking at this sort of step configuration to back of our home. Thank you.
project in California that laid over the main trellis structure to add some decorative touches to something similar. Love it!
our work here at The Construction Zone. We make custom doors, windows and home accessories for each project. We have a great team of qualified craftsmen
“Shade structure” — Ana Williamson Architect
Mick Hales
Staying Put by Duo Dickinson
Staying Put: Remodel your House to Get the Home You Want by Duo Dickinson
the connection between inside and outside. Our homes, says Dickinson, no longer need be "later-day caves."
“Windows” — mjamshid
Beth Dotolo, ASID, RID, NCIDQ
3 Reviews
Mid-Century Modern Bathroom
husband and I just recently purchased our first home. I'm gathering sample swatches for various rooms in our home, so I can execute my vision accordingly. Please
I'd like to see how it will look in my half bath with all of my other bath decor. Thanks so much! Tachic-
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“wallpaper” — breannalima
House + House Architects
31 Reviews
Casa Lluvia Blanca
filled patios that flood each space with light that changes throughout the day. Elliptical domes and hewn wooden beams sculpt the ceilings, reflecting soft
colonial town of San Miguel de Allende, this 4,500 square foot courtyard home is accessed through lush gardens with trickling fountains and a luminous
moroccan lanters. Very few are the exact pattern that I would put in my home. This is one.
“ceiling” — Crystal Melton
3 Reviews
11th St
hill. Should hear back in a day or two. Lawlor Architects was the architect, designer did all of the colors and decorating though. Stay tuned. Darren
for her, since the furniture's larger scale didn't always fit this smaller home. Some pieces, however, could be used for drama — this large mirror and chandelier
instantly opens up a room and gives the impression you're fully settled in your home, even if you just moved in. A mirror that looks equally good hung on the
“Perfect for Front Hall” — bettymzr
lee CALISTI architecture+design
6 Reviews
modern farmhouse
Hardie panel seams, did you simply use a Z flashing or did you use a decorative strip? I can see a faint line and I am assuming it is just the seam with
My chairs - one day - I will get them painted and placed on the deck
love the simplicity of this home with the steel roof being gray
transition from home to the garage
“Sherman Williams ceiling bright white” — evywild
Great two day sale for designers and decorators!!
Special 2 day sale! Wholesale center now open to the public! We are having a moving sale and are blowing out our inventory! Shoes – 50-70% off –...
Have you put away your holiday decor yet?
Did you clean up the minute you woke up on December 26th, or are you letting the holiday cheer linger in your decorations a bit longer? What's your plan?...
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