Beautiful rustic French style doors always look so romantic and give a feeling of old country Europe. Some gorgeous old French doors are a perfect backdrop for a romantic setting.
You can store French doors that you love for years before you find the perfect place for it!
Some gorgeous inspiration with twirls and swirls and flowers and absolutely gorgeous designs in wrought iron.
I find that these images help give me a push of inspiration when designing. I can easlity get lost in the ebbs and flows of the fluid motions of these designs.
Today I felt inspired by the color turquoise. I just love this color so much, it makes me feel like anything is possible, it is refreshing and enchanting!
I want to paint the façade of my home a lovely turquoise one day and these are the images that inspire me!
A touch of pink or maybe even doused in pink, either way modern glamour in the foyer never looked so spectacular than with some super-dooper pink!
The entry of a late-19th-century house in Brooklyn is a showstopper, with walls in Benjamin Moore’s Razzle Dazzle. The table and side chair (covered in vintage needlepoint) are Louis XV, and the mirror is 18th-century Italian. Designed by Jonathan Berger.
Photo credit: Francesco Lagnese
A Chocolate Brown Entryway designed by Ned Marshall, the hot pink sofa is a knockout against walls painted Benjamin Moore’s Bittersweet Chocolate. Marshall painted the floors in a tone-on-tone gray marbleized plaid.
Photo credit: Kerri McCaffety
Pink, china blue and zebra stripes, oh my!