Published at Sunday, June 10th 2018, 14:45:27 PM by Ronson Thomson. bookcases. Though we live in a digital age, there’s no replacing the power of books—especially in design. Not only do they tell the story of the homeowner, adding personality to a space, but they also make a bold decor statement. “A . . . book lasts as long as a house, for hundreds of years,” Thomas Jefferson once wrote.
Published at Wednesday, June 13th 2018, 21:39:22 PM by Jeraldo Sanz. bookcases. Ambries (recesses in walls) were used to hold books from the earliest times. Even after the invention of printing, books were still such a rare luxury that they were commonly kept in a chest or on one shelf beneath a desk. The history of bookcases was also connected with the medieval fittings of college libraries in Britain.
Published at Sunday, June 10th 2018, 14:54:25 PM by Ronson Thomson. area rugs. While allowing my imagination to wander before choosing a carpet for my studio, I considered the most beautiful carpet I have ever seen (the carpet on the chapel balcony at Fontainebleau - Savonnerie(?) and inquired about the cost of such a carpet). Reality, of course, set in.
Published at Friday, April 20th 2018, 17:54:43 PM. area rugs By Riordan Lynch. For living rooms rugs, we would leave about 18"-24" off the wall depending on the size of the room and whether or not the room is shaped or if there is a hearthstone. We don‘t shape rugs around hearthstones. From simply bound sisals in a catalog to precious antiques at a good rug dealer, rugs come in an enormous range of prices and styles.
Published at Thursday, April 19th 2018, 19:26:13 PM. area rugs By Nunzio Monti. TIMOTHY CORRIGAN. Unlike most American designers who start with a rug and build the room up from there I like to take a more European approach in which the rug is just a part of the overall design; I hate it when all of the room‘s colors look correspond to the colors of the rug…that looks a little too studied or "decorated" to me.
Published at Monday, April 16th 2018, 19:08:31 PM. area rugs By Nunzio Monti. STEPHEN SHADLEY. I love to mix vintage rugs (Orientals right up through Navajos) with custom carpets designed specifically for texture and color. Blending them throughout a period or modern home updates the old and anchors the new.
Published at Sunday, April 15th 2018, 17:25:14 PM. area rugs By Jeraldo Sanz. WILLIAM HODGINS. Lay Flat! Rug should not take over the room. Wool—not nylon! DONNA LIVINGSTON. Most often, I love to kick start a project with an Antique area rug. I look for area rugs that are high quality hand knotted with both wool and silk.
Published at Saturday, April 14th 2018, 22:20:48 PM. area rugs By Mare O'Connor.
Houston Contemporary. Artwork in warm–hues, earth—toned throw pillows also clusters of candles could be budget friendly with temporary manner to spice up an all–white area for the season. Attention how this room′s designer applied neutral tones with classic parts for the big―ticket items also seasonal tones for accents that could be switched out with simplicity.
Published at Thursday, April 12th 2018, 19:06:28 PM. area rugs By Mare O'Connor.
For today, we have a inventory that might attraction you into appending a few knickknack that may seem like the photos we would be revealing you or some other random piece you spot in one of those favored Sunday‐thrifting or bazaars you come‐across; especially that it‵s the holiday season. Also we believe there′re more interesting things than in any season of the year.
Published at Monday, April 09th 2018, 20:46:41 PM. area rugs By Lyront Papp. I thought that a mix of contemporary furniture and a historic carpet would imply the ascent of man and that we are continuing to evolve. Often I use a carpet to pull in all of the color elements of an interior and its adjoining views and gardens to create a harmonious continuum. I prefer a wool/silk blend for its feel and sheen, especially if people are going to roll around or play on it.