Supon Phornirunlit/ Naked DecorContemporary Living Room, DC Metro

Photo: Alexander Vasiljev

Example of a trendy living room design in DC Metro with beige walls and a standard fireplace —  Houzz
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vidaprojects wrote:Oct 20, 2011
  • KI KI

    Can you get a link to the place where the pink poodles came from, please?

  • kim

    where did you buy the pink poodles, i need some of those!!!!

nousch wrote:Nov 20, 2011
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    Dog Door Chimes
    This is a fun room. I love the emphasis on dogs.
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    Reflecting Design
    The convex mirror is by Reflecting Design. Reflecting Design carries a line of convex mirrors with 10 frame options. Visit the website www.refelctingdesin.com
meeesh wrote:Nov 20, 2011
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    Supon Phornirunlit / Naked Decor
    Hi, you can go to www.nakeddecor.com and then click shop the pillow. They all are in stock at the moment.
    best,
    supon
  • meeesh
    Thanks! I'm new to the houzz scene. ;)
donovanah wrote:Oct 24, 2011
  • donovanah
    Thank you!
  • sweetisabelle

    Im wondering how old these sofas are..do crate/barrel sofas hold up well?

Paige Meltham wrote:Sep 2, 2012

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    kareneglythompson
    Karen Egly-Thompson added this to Fabric Focus: Cozy, Carefree CottonAug 31, 2015

    Cotton Duck and CanvasCotton duck and canvas are both plain-woven durable cottons used in home decor for upholstery, window treatments and pillows. A lot of folks use these terms interchangeably, but there are differences.Canvas. Canvas is a firm, medium-weight to heavyweight plain-woven cotton. It’s coarse to the touch and stiff, with a nubby texture. While canvas yarns have some girth to them, canvas fabric is actually a looser weave than cotton duck fabric. Because of its firmness, canvas doesn’t drape fluidly. That said, there are some brushed canvases used for upholstery that have had a nap added for softness. Canvas is classified using a number system based on its weight per ounce. Seven-ounce canvas is considered medium weight and is good for window shades and pillows, like the terrier-print pillows seen here. Heavier canvas, in the 9- to 10-ounce range and up, should be used only for pillows.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    gretel_machin
    Gretel Machin added this to JakelinSep 20, 2017

    Me gusta esta lámpara para una esquina en el cuarto

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