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“The fail-safe secret to creating a complementary scheme … is to let the primary hue dominate, in a toned-down shade, while sprinkling in a light helping of the accent hue, preferably in small doses and patterns.” — Yanic Simard I have a confession to make. Whenever I have to talk about color theory, I have to pull out the old color wheel and refresh my memory on all the relationships between the different colors.

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The arrival of her boyfriend, Bram Floris, had a significant impact on her interior styling and choice of color palette. “It used to be a really feminine home with frills and a lot of romantic vintage accessories,” says Vetter. Once Floris moved in, she decided to edit her accessories and add some vivid colors. like the yellow cushions. Noah Joe made his mark on the interior by foraging for branches, like the beautiful specimens to the left of the sectional.

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Victorian Interior Home Design Photos

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Moulding – The quality of joinery and moulding was directly related to the status of the house. Moulding gives form and shape to a room and was an important element in Victorian interior design. Grander homes would have had much more elaborate moulding with decorative details, including ornate coving and ceiling roses, which were designed to catch the smoke rising from gas lights.

Ornate formal living room photo in London with gray walls, medium tone hardwood floors and a standard fireplace Houzz

3. Elegant details. Elaborate chandeliers, sophisticated mirrors, tapestries, stylish mantels and moldings — these are all classic drawing room elements. Bonus points to this room for having a champagne bucket on a stand. But even if your designated entertainment space is the room with a pingpong table in it, you may want to add a few touches to make it special before the party: favorite coasters, fresh flowers, good-looking cocktail tools and serveware, copper mugs for Moscow Mules — you get th Carolina Perez

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Luxury mansion with eclectic interiors. Cantilevered Staircase in Foyer with marble floors and columns imported from China. Period eclectic detailing. Mediterranean style home with darker wood paneling and classical details. Column marble from China. Iron work stairway. Dome ceiling. Fountain. Created with Interior Designer Lynn Adelmann and Jan Moriarty.

Inspiration for an expansive mediterranean wooden floating open staircase remodel in Santa Barbara Houzz

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Transitional formal living room idea with beige walls and dark hardwood floors Houzz

I love the arrangement of the forniture and the design William Silva

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Downsizing. Designer Jessica Helgerson looks at downsizing as a long-term trend. “New-development houses are getting smaller again,” she says. “People are interested in living in smaller spaces that are closer to downtowns rather than larger houses where they are dependent on their cars.” The designer has already gotten a few requests for the plan for her 540-square-foot home, one of the most popular on Houzz in 2012, which she says is a testament to a shift in the way people are looking at and designing their homes.

Inspiration for a small farmhouse white one-story exterior in Portland with wood siding. Houzz

something like this with stone exterior. This house has 540 SF and 2 BRs. Don’t need that much space. dorotheam40

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Houzz at a Glance Who lives here: A landscape architect, her husband and their son Location: Santa Monica, California Size: 3,500 square feet (325 square meters); 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms Interior designers Krista Schrock and David Dick of Disc Interiors picked up the design reins last year. To fully understand why they added earthy, touchable elements and nature-based colors to the pure white spaces, you have to know that the woman in the house is a landscape designer and her husband is an avid surfer who works at a nonprofit dedicated to restoring Santa Monica Bay.

Lucy Interior Design

This style is by influential designer Harry Bertoia. Designed in the early ‘50s for Knoll, it was the first of its kind with sculpted steel rods. This modern. textured choice is wonderful for this light-filled kitchen.

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Modern match. Lighting is one of the best ways to make a particular decorating style come to life. If Mid-century Modern is your style of choice this iconic bedside lamp will pair beautifully with your bedroom’s other elements. Arne Jacobsen designed the AJ Table Lamp in 1960.

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A close inspection of the interiors shows iconic modern furnishings in the dining and living areas, which really drive home the point: Although the home’s architecture is linked to New England building traditions, the interior design and use of sustainable materials and methods unabashedly breaks with its past.

While Heydt designed the layout of the appliances, the nook and the windows, the wife, her mother-in-law (a kitchen designer who lived on the East Coast) and interior designer Dhong and design consultant Matthew MacCaul Turner took it from there. An oversize pendant draws the eye to the center of the room, lending balance.

#japanese interior design


Japanese House Interior Design Home Design Photos

.” – Albert Camus No matter how chilly it gets, a cosy forest hideaway with a wood-burner and lots of windows with views to snowy mountains will inspire blissful contemplation. This house was designed by Ethan Waldman of Morrisville, Vermont, who was inspired by tiny house blogs to build a movable home using quality materials such as local cedar for the exterior siding. The untreated trim will age to a silvery grey.

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It’s also an en plein air space for potential clients, who can meander through the grounds and experience the transcendental designs — incorporating buildings, interiors and gardens — resident there, including this Japanese teahouse and its roji garden. Here, traditional elements share time and space with symbolic bits and pieces drawn from a myriad of mystical sources, numerology among them.

Sometimes it’s worth going custom so that you can have something no one else has. See more of this house. Tip: Consider Scotchguarding your fabric pendants and dust them regularly to avoid that dust/grease combo that’s so prevalent in a kitchen’s hard-to-reach spots.

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Garage Interior Home Design Photos

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I preferred to buy as we went, like I was doing with our kitchen items and pretty much everything else, but Paul was firm. Two years later those boxes are still in our garage and have been joined by a few more from his own mother’s purge of her garage. Paul isn’t a pack rat, and we have a big garage. so it isn’t a problem, but for me and other Not Naturally Organized folks, boxes of free stuff we may or may not need are to be avoided like the plague.

Example of a classic one-car garage design in Los Angeles Houzz

Nicely finished garage space- just need to add laundry and pilates reformer. Jessica

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Rent a Dumpster if you need it, but keep in mind that you should be able to recycle, donate or sell most of what you no longer want or need. Once you have your zones in place, begin pulling things out of your garage and sorting them. (Don’t try to sort stuff in your garage — you won’t be able to really clean or organize your garage if you try to sort it in place.) What to keep: Important memorabiliaThings you have used within the past 12 monthsThings you have a definite plan to use in the near future (such as workout gear you forgot you owned)Spare materials for your home, such as paint and tileCategorize your keepers: Holiday decorationsGardening suppliesToolsPaint and home repair Car care MemorabiliaSeasonal gearSports equipmentMiscellaneousGet rid of everything else.

Elegant two-car garage photo in Toronto Houzz

Spacious garage. Scissor trusses may provide similar effect. How would garage opener be mounted? Stewart De La Hunt

Cathy Schwabe Architecture

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View from Guest House Garage toward Parking court. Cathy Schwabe, AIA, Designed while at EHDD Architects. Photograph by David Wakely.

Inspiration for a contemporary two-car garage remodel in San Francisco Houzz

The wood is resawn Douglas Fir and the finish is a solid color stain by Olympic called “outside white”. A tannin stain blocking coat should have been applied first — this would have prevented the dark bleed through. So — that is how you can create this look — don’t use a tannin block and at first the wall will appear white but in time, and if memory serves, this did not take more than a few months, the tannins will naturally bleed through. dcsully

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Add a built-in cabinet – WHAT YOU’LL NEED: The phone number of your local cabinetmaker HOW TO: If your garage is large, consider turning one wall into a full-length built-in cabinet. This will give massive amounts of storage while keeping everything tidy behind the cabinet doors. A messy, item-filled garage can be transformed into a minimalist man-cave or she-shed with the addition of a built-in cabinet.

Inspiration for a timeless two-car garage remodel in Cincinnati Houzz

A different floor pattern. I like the idea of having flush, flooring. Craig Adams Pantalone

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The historic designation also limited the couple and architect to using only high-quality materials, which makes the garage much more appealing but also added to the cost. All the windows had to be wood framed. Vinyl siding wasn’t allowed. “It needed to look like it could have been there all along,” Cook says. Because of the garage’s age, the couple had to completely upgrade the utilities feeding the structure, which also added significantly to the cost.

Large rustic gardening shed idea in Boise Houzz

may want to line garage with wood, make into mini workplace Dan

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Modern Study Room Design Home Design Photos

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But there is even more going on here that contributes to the success of this design. 7. You can mix your neutrals. Most people think a neutral color palette is made of a bunch of beige. But there are other neutral colors and you can mix them if you want. In this room. the designer has mixed shades of beiges and browns with several shades of gray: light silver-gray, medium steel gray and also deep charcoal. 8.

Traditional living room idea in New York with beige walls Houzz

Chic and comfy. Hides add a bit of Texas style Pamela Hope Designs

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Lost space under staircases – The space under the stairs is commonly a dumping ground for excess random household items or, at the very least, somewhere to store the vacuum cleaner. Clever designers are now making the most of this area to create additional rooms such as study nooks. In this case, the joinery extends into space that would have otherwise been used as a thoroughfare. TIP: So the study desk and storage units don’t look like a tack-on underneath the staircase, integrate the design so that it appears as part of the staircase.

Elegant home office photo in Toronto with a built-in desk Houzz

maybe an office under basement stairs. Then I wouldnt have to have computer upstairs glokay60

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When it comes to living spaces, make sure your design plays against the architectural details you already have in the room. For instance, this space boasts incredible details in the crown moldings, crystal chandelier and fireplace treatments. The designers have successfully offset the classical background with a few very modern and minimalist pieces of furniture.

Transitional formal living room photo in New York with white walls, medium tone hardwood floors and a standard fireplace Houzz

Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C. 6/24/14 The wall color is Benjamin Moore’s “Old Prairie” 2143-50, in an eggshell finish. snugglecookies

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“Why such apparent paralysis?” asks Gord Peteran, a professor of design at OCAD University in Toronto. “It’s true: Design mags are filled with white, empty rooms ; walls of glass; white leather chairs even with postwar metal wire legs. Why Las Vegas pallet curvilinear minimal modern — again?” He continues, “Every period throughout history has been partly influenced by history.

Example of a 1960s living room design in Seattle with white walls Houzz

Like the pops of color and the inclusion of family pictures, big couch gasthouse

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Interior Design Styles Home Design Photos

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Tearooms also feature a small, raised and recessed space — the tokonoma, or “place of beauty,” which serves as a design altar of sorts, showcasing a tearoom’s chabana arrangement along with a decorative scroll. The tokonoma is a centuries-old design element, but it’s still a perfect platform on which to display the traditional Eastern floral arrangement alongside a modern, personal design element, like a Western photograph or painting, to represent your home’s unique style.

Dining room photo with beige walls and light hardwood floors Houzz

Nice idea between the sun room and the living room. pewaschek

Jill Shevlin Design

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By the early 19th century, the bell jar lantern could be seen in the foyers of many American colonial homes. The glass cap, known as the smoke bell, was designed to keep candle smoke from blackening the home’s ceilings. Acid etched, opalescent and other creative finishes could be applied to the chimney and smoke bell glass.

Beach style living room idea with beige walls Houzz

Gray with beige. Possibly go w plum/aubergine, celery, teal, gray or beige. jgirando

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In today’s world, traditional treatments become a major design element in a room. In this room, the shape of the swag reflects the scrolling design of the mirror. Consider how your window treatment fits into the overall design scheme — make sure it doesn’t feel like an afterthought. So Your Style Is: Traditional.

Example of a classic dining room design in Dc Metro with beige walls and medium tone hardwood floors Houzz

Interior Design Style: Traditional dining room ✦ Characteristics: Reflects classic European decor; deep wood tones, architectural details, and elegant furnishings; focus on silhouettes (lines) of furnishings, like wing-backed chairs, claw footed tables, and curved pieces; neutral colors; floral, damask, or paisley patterns; silk, velvet, or cashmere fabrics; wood floors; architectural embellishments; carved and lacquered wood furniture; focal point. Linea di Liara

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Small Bathroom Interior Design Home Design Photos

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This Paris bathroom has plenty of vertical storage. Homeowners: Have you just completed a full bathroom that’s on the small side? We want to see how you designed it. Share a photo and tell us how you made the most of the tight space — it could end up in a featured ideabook on the best design tips for small bathrooms.

Inspiration for a small contemporary 3/4 bathroom remodel with a wall-mount sink, an alcove shower, a wall-mount toilet, white walls, dark hardwood floors, open cabinets and white cabinets Houzz

Love the creative use of space with the shower and toilet Paige

Anna Standish Interiors

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To soften the effect and avoid sterility in an all-white space like this one, choose a quality paint with a matte, chalky finish for a bathroom design that’s easy, chic and always in fashion.

Inspiration for a victorian bathroom remodel in South East with a pedestal sink, white walls and medium tone hardwood floors Houzz

Under stairs bathroom updates ideas sthrower

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We spend a lot of time folding, ironing and facing the walls in a laundry room, so it makes sense to be able to look at something more interesting than a blank space. Subtle but delightfully framed dresses break up the blank expanse of wall here. Design tip: When you’re grouping pictures together, shoot for about 2 inches of space between larger pictures. If they are small pictures. an inch and a half may be enough. These distances apply for the spacing above, below and on either side of the frames as well.

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Color consultants don’t always have formal training, though some have completed a certification program. Most have a background in the visual arts, graphic or interior design. or paint manufacturing. Browse the directory of professionals on Houzz or your local chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers. Some home stores and paint retailers, particularly higher-end ones, have color consultants on staff.

Install behind a bed – Mirroring the whole wall behind your bed will create the illusion of space without the need to hang a smaller design precariously above your head. It’s perfect if you’re short of wall space but still want a mirror in your bedroom.