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6 Results for "seagreen"
There was no way to stay out of the picture, the bathroom is that small. This is my tiny tiny 1/2 bath that seems to look small no matter what color we paint. So after we fled La from Katrina we came home and recooperated from that awful disaster. My sister had to leave her home because of too much damage (tree thru roof). We had minor damage. With this wonderful time together this is how we spent it. We did what we could with this small space. Do tell what you think I would love to hear. But no matter what I have a memory of her and how much life is so sacred.
7 file(s) - Uploaded by: Fragolla
Created: Apr 20, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 30
This Master bathroom needed to accomodate a lot of storage space, but yet give a sense of calmness.
10 file(s) - Uploaded by: bunnyandbear
Created: Sep 16, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 24
Absolutely in love with the beach and coastal decor. Lots of Pottery Barn and handmade items done by hand and copying from Houzz.com. It's so bright and cheerful and we feel like we are at the beach everyday. Blues, creams, sea greens.
7 file(s) - Uploaded by: steen329
Created: Jan 5, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 942
This is a bedroom that I have recently redone for a very good friend and client. Using a soothing color palette of seagreens, creams, and muted golds, I combined elegant lighting, dupioni silk draperies, and custom bedding to create this luxurious retreat for this couple.
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: NicholeFL
Created: Sep 5, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 11
Room in progress. I'll post complete room photos once finished.
Not perfect, but not too bad for a mix of items pulled together from various parts of the house.
Subtle coastal glam. Bleached pine reclaimed nightstands, oversized antique brass and green glass lamps, sea life prints framed in reclaimed barn board, studded grey velvet bed topped with a variety of pillows that I did not necessarily purchase to go together-they just ended up on the same bed after a recent move. The curtain panels are layered, solid seagreen with taupe burnout lattice panel overtop.