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Den with a rock wall, white sofa, silver lamp, and a tree trunk coffee table

Stone walls...I like them...

Rustic charm works well in the these settings. When the rocks or stones are chosen correctly for tone and texture, feature walls like these can be a chic design element in a room (on the flip side, if chose poorly then it can make a room look like a bad 70s throw back). A rock wall. Something to consider.

Rustic breakfast nook with built in banquet seating with two wicker chairs, casement windows with roll up shades, a dark wood table, a stone wall and a pendant light

Living room with exposed beams, a round chandelier, a stone fireplace built into a rock wall, dark wood floor and a console table with two lamps with black bases

Loft bedroom with wood ceiling, exposed beams, a stone wall nook and simple furnishings

Which of these walls are you liking the best? I love the breakfast nook and the bedroom. Which one could you live with?

Happy Thursday!


P.S. Thank you to the nearly 1000 of you who watched/listened to my second Nbaynadamas DESIGN GUIDE audio/picture post! Will do another this weekend hopefully and make a lot shorter. If you haven't seen it and have time (12 minutes) to take a look and listen, the bathroom towards the end if worth seeing!

P.P.S. Revealing a bit of the new pillows from the Nbaynadamas collection tomorrow here on the blog! I can't wait to share with you! Stay tuned.

P.P.P.S. Remember if you are in New York this next week (Sun-Thurs), come to the New York International Gift Fair and meet me and see the collection in person. I'd love to see you all! Nbaynadamas is in booth #7849 at the Javits Center!

Photos: Brooklyn Home Company; M. Elle Designs; Gluckstein Design; Inma Pallar (sp.)
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Write by: AN - Thursday, August 11, 2011


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