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Dallas Rugs used in Decor
Dallas Rugs used in Decor
Dallas Rugs
Dallas Rugs provided this hand knotted wool and silk rug to our interior design client, RSVP Design Services. The photography is by Dan Piassick. Please contact us at info@dallasrugs.com for more rug options. Please contact RSVP Design Services for more information regarding other items in this photo. http://www.houzz.com/pro/rsvpdesignservices/rsvp-design-services
Old World - Newport Beach
Old World - Newport Beach
IMI Design, LLC
Anita Lang - IMI Design - Scottsdale, AZ
PrayerBreakfast
PrayerBreakfast
tuthill architecture
Interior Designer: MJB Design Group
Emerald Bay
Emerald Bay
Wright Design
Influenced by English Cotswold and French country architecture, this eclectic European lake home showcases a predominantly stone exterior paired with a cedar shingle roof. Interior features like wide-plank oak floors, plaster walls, custom iron windows in the kitchen and great room and a custom limestone fireplace create old world charm. An open floor plan and generous use of glass allow for views from nearly every space and create a connection to the gardens and abundant outdoor living space. Kevin Meechan / Meechan Architectural Photography
Silverleaf Elegance
Silverleaf Elegance
Feathers Fine Custom Furnishings
Room design, chairs, upholstery and drapery by Feathers Fine Custom Furnishings. Gold Mirror by Decorative Crafts.
The Artful Mix
The Artful Mix
Carter & Company
The Artful Mix appeals to our clients who are not tied to convention and have a playful or adventurous spirit. Here spaces stimulate the senses with sophisticated layering – antiques with modern art; elaborately carved mirrors with rows of crisp white pottery. It can be deceptively simple when you break down the individual elements, but the real success lies in the masterful application of color, geometric patterns and sculptural pieces.
Transitional Meets Traditional
Transitional Meets Traditional
Henrietta Heisler Interiors Inc
This client wanted a more modern look in their very traditional home. We were originally tasked with selecting paint colors, but they were so happy with our choices that they asked us to help with furniture, lighting and accessories in their family room, hallway and breakfast area. Being sensitive to their children and pets, we selected durable, cleanable fabrics and area rugs. The living room design was inspired by the beautiful blue and grey drapery fabric we found by Highland Court. The bright and cheery breakfast room transitions perfectly into the family room and kitchen. The fantastic aged silver metal light is our favorite modern item in the room.
Morehead
Morehead
Dempsey Hodges Construction
This cozy dining space adjoins the kitchen and living room. Rough sawn rclaimed tobacco barn flooring adds a rustic touch!
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SC 3
Jon Eric Christner ARCHITECT INC.
Morning Room - General Contractor: Forte Estate Homes photo by Aidin Foster