Ideal Home September 2015 Magazine Cover.
30 Damask interior decorating ideas
This second story master suite addition, complete with private balcony, is a restful retreat. The clean lined leather bed with silk linens is a comfortable contrast to the antique crystal chandelier, and antique bed side table. Walls and ceiling painted in SW 6415 Hearts
Pink and green traditional styled bedroom interior design. Walls painted in the gorgeous strong green paint color from Benjamin Moore called Bunker Green. White painted wooden floors with white curtains and furnishings, chandelier, white picture frames and fabric covered chairs. Pink is added through
Master Bedroom "All it needed was paint," news anchor Martha MacCallum says of the home. "A lot of beach houses are really neutral, but I like when the colors of nature—yellows, greens, blues—explode inside." In this photo: Custom linen drapes frame waterfront views in
Traditional dining room in warm hues designed by Kelly Nelson Designs with walls painted in Benjamin Moore Patriotic White. Chairs covered in damask and striped fabric Interior Designer: Kelly Nelson Designs http://kellynelsondesigns.com Photo: Albert Yee Photography
A ceiling mounted canopy adds height and glamour to this beautiful white and green bedroom. The ivory colored interior of the canopy is framed by the green patterned fabric on the outside borders which matches the bed skirt. A curved headboard is flanked by
Loving this bold damask print by Farrow & Ball, looks fantastic for the bathroom or to make an impact in other small spaces. The Lotus Papers are an artisanal lotus-flower design, which is drawn from 19th century French archives and influenced by the Arts
Gorgeous gray and turquoise glamorous eclectic dining space by interior decorator Betty Lou Phillips. Stunning crystal chandelier, round dining table, upholstered chairs in white and gray damask pattern, gray walls and modern abstract turquoise artwork adds a pop of color. Interior Designer: Betty Lou
"A retrofitted commode lords over a powder room flaunting fittings and a ruffled china sink from Sherle Wagner—the company that built its reputation for luxury in the 1940s by introducing 24-karat gold-plated fixtures. The influence of Paris extends to practicalities such as hand towels
Traditional bedroom with deep dark black damask walls and emerald green/aqua accents. "The master bedroom’s black flocked wallpaper is from Designers Guild and the duck egg blue velvet throw and cushions are from Wallace Cotton"