This one gave me an idea that you could do this in a small room and add extra large
art to create your own views.
These were all via Home and Sphere. I hope it gave you some ideas. Love the fresh
linen looks with accent pillows and matching duvet covers folded at the bottom.
Mediterranean and Tuscan design styles share many similarities, because Italy's Tuscan region
lies along the coast of the Mediterranean. The main difference is that Tuscan style is focused solely on influences from Italy, while Mediterranean designs incorporate elements from other cultures, including Spanish, French Moroccan, Turkish and Grecian influences. A closer look at each style can help you decide if either one makes a good fit for your personal decor scheme. I particularly love the hardwood floors mixed with the old world fabrics, pottery and art.
Serenity In Design-Cynthia Phillips
Cynthia received her A.S.I.D. in interior design in 1993 and is now retired, she continues to manage Serenity In Design blog, were she publishes articles about Interior Design, Design Products, Art and Artists as well as accomplished designers in the industry. My site can be found at http://serenityindesign.blogspot.com/
First of all I want to say thank you to HGTV for inviting me to conduct this interview with Libby Langdon and David Gregg. Both Libby and David's credentials speak for themselves as having achieved such high honors in the design industry.
Libby Langdon is an interior designer and an expert commentator on HGTV’s hit show Small Space, Big Style. Libby is also Rachael Ray’s go-to interior design “buddy”, and frequently appears on The Rachel Ray Show doing design makeovers. Libby was the interior designer on the Discovery makeover pilot called Construction Intervention and hosted the FOX makeover TV show, Design Invasion. She is also the author of Libby Langdon’s Small Space Solutions. Libby has appeared on The View, The Early Show, BetterTV, and NBC's Open House NYC. Her designs have been featured on magazine covers of Hamptons Cottages and Gardens, New England Home and Decorating Spaces. She is a regular contributor and small space expert to Woman's Day, Budget Decorating, Better Homes and Gardens, Hamptons.com and Glamour as well as a regular contributor to the nation’s top daily newspapers with her design, entertaining and food ideas. Libby is also a regular on WCBS radio as an Interior Design/Lifestyle expert.
Wood rustic counter tops bring old world charm to this design.
Although this would be way too expensive to do I would take some of the ideas and find a more
economic way to incorporate it into an existing kitchen design. Example: Back splash design and chandelier.
Ah, the elegance of deep wood tones, and too match the floor was an added surprise of Tuscan charm.
This is the finale' of designs featuring the wine rack and the roughed counter tops.