I love seeing how people use quilts in their home. I recently found this new to me web site http://www.houzz.com/ There is a search box on the site, and when I put in the word quilt these are just a few of the photos that I found. There is an "Embed On Blog" button next to each photo, with the name of the designer listed below each photo.
What struck me about these quilts is how easy they would be to make. This first quilt looks like it was made from a layer cake (or two) and the shams were made from charm squares. I think the quilting is what makes this quilt interesting. It looks like straight line quilting that alternates direction with every block.
Traditional Bedroom design by Denver General Contractor Teton Heritage Builders
Again these look like layer cake squares but ten inch squares could just as easily be cut from fabric on hand. This quilting looks like straight line all the same direction.
Traditional Kids design by Denver Interior Designer Zeal Denver
Here are more layer cake and charm squares.
Traditional Bedroom design by Minneapolis General Contractor Lands End Development - Designers & Builders
This quilt looks like a mix of plaid and floral squares, and the quilting is a diagonal grid.
Traditional Kids design by Burlington Architect Joan Heaton Architects
Love this rail fence. The neutral colors and wide strips give it a modern look.