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We love the look of this monochrome living room- velvet material is a great choice for a black sofa as it softens the look whilst looking dark and sophisticated.

We love the look of this monochrome living room- velvet material is a great choice for a black sofa as it softens the look whilst looking dark and sophisticated.

20 interiors that prove the velvet trend is going strong - French By Design

20 interiors that prove the velvet trend is going strong - French By Design

Our blush button cushion in the living room of @oheightohnine

Our blush button cushion in the living room of @oheightohnine

A Glimt From Our Livingroom More

A Glimt From Our Livingroom More

"Modesty isn't about concealing your body; its about revealing your dignity".~Jason Evert. Love this outfit!!

"Modesty isn't about concealing your body; its about revealing your dignity".~Jason Evert. Love this outfit!!

Una buena idea para tener la cocina ordenada

Una buena idea para tener la cocina ordenada

Pinterest: meerilouhivuori ♡ Instagram: meerilouhivuori ✨

Pinterest: meerilouhivuori ♡ Instagram: meerilouhivuori ✨

Williamstown House - Fiona Lynch | Interior design | Interior design inspiration | Interior design blog | Kitchen design

Williamstown House - Fiona Lynch | Interior design | Interior design inspiration | Interior design blog | Kitchen design

‘Zémire’ Ensemble, Christian Dior, Autumn/Winter 1954-55 -- This dress called ‘Zemire’ was part of Dior’s H-line collection of Autumn/winter 1954-5. Dior often made cultural references when christening his designs. Named after Zémire et Azor, an opera by Grétry first performed at the royal palace of Fontainebleau in 1771. Initially called ‘Fontainebleau’, but crossed out & replaced by ‘Zemire’. One of his most historical designs, echoing the shape of riding-habits -- Fashion In History

‘Zémire’ Ensemble, Christian Dior, Autumn/Winter 1954-55 -- This dress called ‘Zemire’ was part of Dior’s H-line collection of Autumn/winter 1954-5. Dior often made cultural references when christening his designs. Named after Zémire et Azor, an opera by Grétry first performed at the royal palace of Fontainebleau in 1771. Initially called ‘Fontainebleau’, but crossed out & replaced by ‘Zemire’. One of his most historical designs, echoing the shape of riding-habits -- Fashion In History

Materials, metal/ brass accents, open backsplash w/ no uppers; tile to ceiling.  Dark cabinets; inset shaker-style w/ minimally detailed hardware. #LGLimitlessDesign & #Contest

Materials, metal/ brass accents, open backsplash w/ no uppers; tile to ceiling. Dark cabinets; inset shaker-style w/ minimally detailed hardware. #LGLimitlessDesign & #Contest