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Results found for "Cottage fireplace"

  • Cottage Living Room Progress Photos, We haven't really done much to this room as far as the renovation goes but I thought go ahead and decorate until we get ready for the dirty work! We will be installing a tung and groove ceiling like our kitchen adding hardwood floors beefy baseboards  and maybe beadboard around the perimeter of the living room to about the height of the just below fireplace mantel.For now we just needed a comfy place to relax at the end of the day., Living Rooms Design

    Cottage Living Room ...

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  • Our Dream Spot at our Dream Price- Now Renovating to our Dream Cottage, We are doing a total renovation of a Mountain Lake Cottage that is 850 square feet - increasing size to around 1250 square feet and our dream retirement home with a view we have always dreamed of., Other Spaces Design

    Our Dream Spot at our...

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  • Our Dream Spot at our Dream Price- Now Renovating to our Dream Cottage, We are doing a total renovation of a Mountain Lake Cottage that is 850 square feet - increasing size to around 1250 square feet and our dream retirement home with a view we have always dreamed of., Other Spaces Design

    Our Dream Spot at our...

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  • Our Dream Spot at our Dream Price- Now Renovating to our Dream Cottage, We are doing a total renovation of a Mountain Lake Cottage that is 850 square feet - increasing size to around 1250 square feet and our dream retirement home with a view we have always dreamed of., Other Spaces Design

    Our Dream Spot at our...

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  • Le Petit Cottage Living Space, This is the living space for our guest  cottage.  Our family of four lived here for almost a year while our house was being constructed.  Now it is reserved for our friends and family when they visit.  You can see more at, Living Rooms Design

    Le Petit Cottage Livi...

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  • Christmas Cottage, We plan on putting new steps to our house in the spring??  Any ideas..??, Home Exterior Design

    Christmas Cottage

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  • Need help decorating unique fireplace, This is how I had the fireplace decorated for Easter but Easter is over now.  I just can't seem to figure out what to do with this fireplace to really showcase it.  The antique rifles behind it have to stay as hubby is a history buff and insists they hang on the wall.  The plaques/trophy on the other side are from his stint in the army.  My home is an English tudor cottage and my style is vintage (30s 40s and before).  , Living Rooms Design

    Need help decorating u...

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  • cottage living room, Since we just bought this house alittle over a year ago there is a eclectic blend of things, Living Rooms Design

    cottage living room

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  • Christmas living room!!  , This is how the living room looked for Christmas!  We left it up into mid-January because the season is just too short!!, Living Rooms Design

    Christmas living room...

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  • My everything cottage, This is a one bedroom cottage, well one room cottage, total of 16 x 20 feet of living space, including the bath and kitchen!!, Bedrooms Design

    My everything cottage

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  • Rose Vine Cottage, This is some of my favorite pictures of my little cottage home. I love beadboard antique furniture chandeliers and just about anything cottagy.  First  I want to show you my cottage bedroom., Bedrooms Design

    Rose Vine Cottage

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  • Dreaming of a Dreamy Bedroom, The walls are closing in on ME! Help Angelo! I finally got to move to the beach, a life long dream after my kids flew the coop last year. Its a small 700 sq ft place, but I love its cozy feeling! My room is probably 300 sq ft. I love shabby chic/cottage look but went more for beachy in here. The comforter is fairly new, but the old.. I don't look sick at all, but I have a chronic disease or two and I spend about 80% of my time in bed (see profile)  I am so tired of looking at the same old bedroom!  And how about those great mirrored wardrobes??!! YUCK!  There are 4 of them!!!! I covered them with black curtains!  I watch alot of TV, eat my meals in bed....etc.....Any ideas about smaller furniture too? My Mattress is about 10 years old, my back could sure use a little more comfort...maybe a hospital/hotel/shabby chic theme would be perfect for me!!!  LOL!!!!!!  I would love to be able to put my TV in the closet, or get a flat screen for the wall!  I was inspired by a pictures I saw on here of a full bed with drawers under it. I think the room is big enough for a sitting area and maybe a fireplace on the wall leading out. It does get cold here in the fall/winter months. I have never had a head board in my life!  I am tempted to make one with fabric like I have seen you do a few times!  What do you think? Should I work with what I have or wait for you to knock on my door??!!!!, Bedrooms Design

    Dreaming of a Dreamy ...

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  • Cottage kitchen, Tiny Dark Wood Cottage Kitchen - Should I paint the walls and or  cabinets? I love the wood but I need it look brighter., Kitchens Design

    Cottage kitchen

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  • My *Cute* Little Townhouse LR/DR Combo, Not sure what to describe this style as.. not really cottage or contemporary? Anyway_ We just had our Realtor come by today & take pics to get our house Listed online! Any suggestions in regards to staging are appreciated? How would u feel as a buyer walking into THIS? , Living Rooms Design

    My *Cute* Little Tow...

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  • French Country Living - High Class for Little Cash, Doing an elegant living room on a budget doesn't mean you have to cut corners.
This living area combines fun, fresh, elements with traditional formality
to create an unusual space.
Having a plan in mind is key to acquiring the look you want.
Looking through books and magazines over the years, I was able to find what
appealed to me and get an idea of the sort of rooms I wanted.
That way, when I would be out at a garage sale or thrift store or the closeout store,
I could snap up those bargains with confidence.
Having an open mind and being able to see the potential in a piece helps immensely also.

For instance, I have a fence in my living room. It makes a great room divider and it only cost me about $30. It was originally purchased to be a backdrop for my booth at a craft mall, but when I folded up that business, the fence came with me. It's been painted with a crackle finish of cream over soft green and is a real conversation piece with a purpose.
In front of the fence is what appears to be a matching shelf unit, but upon closer inspection, you realize appearances can be deceiving. The shelf unit is really two long benches painted with the same crackle finish and stacked one on top of the other.
These benches were part of a dining set my parents had made by Amish craftsmen
when I was a teenager. With a family of six kids, the trestle table and benches were practical and space saving.
Many years later, they've been re-purposed and are still going strong.

The couches, though similar in style are not a set. As hand-me-downs, they've both
seen better days but with new slipcovers purchased at Target on sale,
they look like they've always been a team.
The mattelasse fabric goes with almost everything and can be tossed into the wash when needed. The table next to the love seat was a garbage day find. The unusual octagon shape made it hard to pass up but the wood was scratched and chipped.
An old bedspread in a matching mattelasse texture makes this old treasure
good as new and a fine fit.

Moving around the room we see an old hooked rug in the same buttery yellow gold shade as the curtains. I knew I wanted a hooked rug for this room but couldn't afford a new one. When I saw this one at an antique store it was almost perfect but in a light ivory tone
and stained, however they only wanted $45 for it. Turning it over, I found the underside was the perfect shade of yellow and cleaner than the top! Sold!
The table next to the couch was found in my father's garage holding cans of paint.
I convinced him when he was moving years later to let me have it.
New knobs and some fabric panels transformed the piece and with shelves inside,
it is perfect for storage. Not to mention - free!

On the other side of the couch, a $5 church sale table has been repainted
with flowers to coordinate with the room's color scheme.
Over it hangs a $99 chandelier, not dirt cheap but a great price for lighting that gives
so much class and style to the room. The curtains are simply sheets bought at a closeout store. I fell in  love with the pattern and have used them as sheets, curtains, table cloths in various rooms over the years. The sheets were purchased for approximately $8 - 15 each, a steal compared to traditional curtains. Originally, I found only 2 singles but I went to several locations of the chain and kept going back, until I'd collected enough to do the job. Tenacity is another trait that helps when you're doing things on a budget.

It's not hard to put together a room like this with little funds but you have to have a vision and not be afraid to think outside the box. That's what makes it possible to achieve that fabulous-life look for a fraction of the cost and have it be uniquely yours.
, Living Rooms Design

    French Country Living...

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  • Porch to Cozy Mud room for less than $300, We wanted a mud room and a foyer.   This room is the result.   The fireplace does not function but most everyone thinks it does.   The way we achieved the realism was to cut a hole in the wall and paint the inside of the hole  black to add depth.   

New: pine ceiling, doors and windows, the french door we reused, it was half of french door we had on hand, the trim for the fireplace, door and windows is mostly one by 4 to 8 with cove molding added to make it look more finished.   The most expensive item was the cast iron fireplace insert that we purchased from an antique shop for $75.    We think it is well worth the splurge., Porches Design

    Porch to Cozy Mud roo...

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  • From cluttered to cottage cozy, These are before and after photos of my mom's living room. Good bones. Just needed a little tweeking. I would probably change the wall color and update a few of the lamps and accessories if it were my space, but I didn't want to suggest buying anything new. This was all her stuff., Living Rooms Design

    From cluttered to cott...

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  • small filled cottage , gold, red, taupe, white and celery colors in a 14X14 space with 3 doors give little chance of rearrangement, Living Rooms Design

    small filled cottage

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