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Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
it's the same color as the whole wall, it's in shade so it looks darker.
The Cerulean blue accent wall in the master bedroom was a bold choice. “We wanted color but not a dark color. this shade glows in the daytime and is a warm blue.” Kristen found the Paul McCobb desk while vintage shopping, and her client found the Paul McCobb chair separately. The mix of woods works well
Loudon County Custom Home Builder
Arcadia Communities is a family-owned company with over 50 years experience in the new home building industry in the Mid-Atlantic and the San Francisco Bay area.
Terra Ferma Landscapes
large shade trees include oak, sycamores, elms
5. Plant shade trees. Exercise your green thumb by planting shade trees around the house. Design associate Andrew Spiering of Terra Ferma Landscapes suggests casting shadows on the southwestern exposure of the
RW Anderson Homes
colonial, I am using clapboards for a change in texture. Should the color of the clapboards match the shaker shingles? Would a darker or contrasting shade be better?
Interesting shade of bluish grey - will it match our brick?
shade of blue
Decorating Den Phoenix
Traditional furnishings translated to a transitional look
features a coffee bronze finish on a metal base with a matte black foot. The rectangle lamp shade is silkened chocolate bronze textile with black slubbing. Fine Points: Height: 37.5 in. Width: 17 in. Depth: 10.5 in. Shade size: Height: 11, Top: 13W x 8.5D, Bottom: 17W x 10.5D No. of Lights: 1 Wattage: 150W
******nice way to do drapes in master but maybe over dual shades
A Country Place
not enough shade and pergola columns seem heavy but the general feel is nice
trellis against house for shade
Birdhouse Interior Design
Roman shade...Shade on door
Marengo Morton Architects
Custom Residential Coastal Home
slate flooring and shade of cabinets
kitchen roman shades
BARRETT STUDIO architects
These are Artemide's Tolomeo sconces. They can be purchased online from many online sources, we like Lumens: http://www.lumens.com/tolomeo-wall-shade-sconce-by-artemide/uu126219/product You can typically get a much less expensive price by ordering through a designer or architect (generally 25-50%)
This playroom focuses on lighting surfaces rather than lighting the room, so if you are simply lighting the room you may want to consider a lighter shade. Here is the BenMoore Link: http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/paint-color/watersedge Cheers! Maggie