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Marrakesh by Design Morrocan Homes Maryam Montague
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about this room! all the textiles and rugs as well as the color red.
We have so many great textiles we could use, but don't
" The exuberant mix of colors and patterns in this cozy nook shows the Moroccan bohemian style to full effect. To get this look, pile a variety of textiles on your bed or couch and top with a cacophony of cushions. Lay a colorful rug over a patterned floor. Remember, more is more.Tip: Poufs are not only
Drench with detailIntricately embroidered fabrics with bold patterns will give your living space the feel of an exotic bazaar. Look out for textiles with sequins or tiny mirrors stitched into them, which are typically found in Morocco.
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Curtains are a great example of accessorizing with textiles — for comfort, function and beauty. Did you know that puddling the curtain on the floor originated centuries ago, when textiles were so expensive that only the very rich could afford them? So when somebody made
can also introduce orange as an accent color through textiles, such as bedding and window treatments.Tell us: Have you warmed up to orange in your bedroom?More: How to Work With Orange
Curtains are a great example of accessorizing with textiles — for comfort, function and beauty. Did you know that
that puddling the curtain on the floor originated centuries ago, when textiles were so expensive that only the very rich could afford them? So when somebody made such lavish use of fabric, it was essentially a flaunting of wealth. On a more positive note, it also kept drafts to a minimum. If you decide
“new room” — th+a
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Marrakesh by Design Morrocan Homes Maryam Montague
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The Moroccan outdoor lifestyle is all about sun protection and lounging. Rich local textiles bring color and softness to sandy stucco and rattan.
Layer textiles for a well-traveled look. Patterned textiles in indigo and rust mix with rough, weathered wood and woven materials in this Marrakesh
6. Textiles. Moroccan fabrics, such as silks or other gauzy textiles, can be used and layered as room dividers, draperies or furniture protectors.Get this look: Hit your local fabric store and keep an eye out for colorful, intricately patterned or gauzy textiles. Mix and match patterns
patterns and colors to get the eclectic Moroccan look. You can always turn these textiles into pillows or floor cushions, or drape a few yards over furniture or above outdoor spaces.
“Terraza” — rafael arango
Shannon Malone
Living Room and Library
Ideabooks5,651
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flat-weave rug. The combination of patterned textiles, rich color and dark floors creates a cozy and welcoming feel.
The combination of patterned textiles, rich color and dark floors creates a cozy
shade and paint the walls or the back of a bookcase with it. Echo the color in a patterned kilim or other flat-weave rug. The combination of patterned textiles, rich color and dark floors creates a cozy and welcoming feel.
shade and paint the walls or the back of a bookcase with it. Echo the color in a patterned kilim or other flat-weave rug. The combination of patterned textiles, rich color and dark floors creates a cozy and welcoming feel."
shade and paint the walls or the back of a bookcase with it. Echo the color in a patterned kilim or other flat-weave rug. The combination of patterned textiles, rich color and dark floors creates a cozy and welcoming feel.
“Golds, oranges,” — klm1946
Jute Interior Design
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Noe Valley Living Room
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The textile is from Santa Barbara based Raoul textiles
The textile is from CA based Raoul Textiles.
Patterned curtains add another dose of texture and a sunny yellow color.Curtain fabric: Raoul Textiles; Bryant Small Chandelier: Circa
Textil y color...Raoul textiles
“Floor lamp” — showersun
Jason Snyder
My Houzz: Weiss Home
Ideabooks287
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textile is roman shade over tv
textile hides tv - pull up like roman shade
textile that functions as a roman shade, hiding a flatscreen!
Nice use of textiles
textile Roman shade over tv
Steelers game. “Our furniture — Aalto, Eames, Wegner, Cassina — is classic and, in many cases, 30 years old,” says Lou.Wedding skirt: Loom Exquisite Textiles
“Tapestry” — vaclav
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Dustins Bedroom
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help small spaces seem a little bit more open. Try layering in shades of cream for some softness and contrast, and consider comfortable and cuddly textiles for warmth.
help small spaces seem a little bit more open. Try layering in shades of cream for some softness and contrast, and consider comfortable and cuddly textiles for warmth
help small spaces seem a little bit more open. Try layering in shades of cream for some softness and contrast, and consider comfortable and cuddly textiles for warmth.Tell us: What color is your child's room, and why did you choose that color? More: Color Magic: Tap Into Psychology to Better Use Blue
“plantation shutters?” — desalsburg
Diego Perez
Diego Perez
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The yellow textile hanging on the wall is a Mexican zarape. You can find them on www.mila-amor.com or can order via special request at www.chiapasbazaar.com
Keep it light. In this airy, high-ceilinged space, colorful Brazilian folk textiles, artifacts and café chairs introduce culture and personality. Painting the walls in bold, bright colors was an option, but the lightness here allows
white walls, wood everywhere, plants, and lots of different textiles
Keep it light. In this airy, high-ceilinged space, colorful Mexican folk textiles, artifacts and café chairs introduce culture and personality. Painting the walls in bold, bright colors was an option, but the lightness here allows
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