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  • Finished wall gallery , This is a wall in our living room that I turned into a wall gallery and the dresser on the wall is a freebie that I refinished.  All the frames came from Goodwill and thrift stores that I painted black., Living Rooms Design

    Finished wall gallery

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  • SEASONAL ReSTYLES: AZ , As I mentioned in the Seasonal ReStyles for FL post, it's no secret: I LOVE to change my decor for the seasons - from pillows to panels and a little shift to shopping thrift -- here are various versions from some of the seasonal changes I've made while living here in our rented home in Arizona - again, mainly in the living room. Since I don't have as many large blank walls as I had in our FL townhome - because of all the windows, I've used the wall behind our sofa as a gallery wall focal point. Since the windows are set higher and requiring panels longer than 95", I washed and hung - while still damp to make a pinch pleat - 8 drop cloths as panels for my now 5 windows in the living area. Since one set of windows are so close, with only the buffet between them, I opted to do single panels set off to the side. These I occasionally do switch out for panel I may find - usually from Ikea or even tablecloths. When you're renting, there's no need for expensive custom window treatments: invest in something else like light fixtures or an area rug. Through the pictures, you can see how even in a rental home, ones style can evolve and change over time - on a small budget and without the major expense of a major remodel. The foundation for the easy changes come from a strong neutral base: grey walls + white sofa + wood floors. , Living Rooms Design


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  • RENTAL ReSTYLE: GUEST DEN, After Hurricane Sandy in 2012,  I made a major purge of closets and storage areas around here I made donations to local thrift establishments and sent donations to New Jersey Sandy Survivors. With the spaces being cleared, it made it easier to get the house holiday & guest ready. Using items I already had plus some pieces I had collected from thrift, I was able to convert the last room in our rental home into a guest space for under $450. Mixing in wood pieces and collected baskets added texture plus helped warm the otherwise grey + black + white space. I created another gallery wall with photos I captured in Florida & framed - a nice little escape for us here in AZ. Because most pieces were already on hand - minus the sleep sofa - I was able to get this space done in a day. What helped a lot was the existing neutral foundation of gray walls and the beige carpet. Read more details at my blog Focal Point Styling:, Bedrooms Design


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  • Dreamin' of the beach, Master Bedroom with a touch of coastal decor {still a work in progress}, Bedrooms Design

    Dreamin' of the beach

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  • Home Office Gets Face Lift, Home office furniture gets a fresh facelift with a crisp white coat of paint and new hardware.   Taupe, black, white, and browns lend a calming effect and make an inviting space for computer and homw office tasks., Home Offices Design

    Home Office Gets Fac...

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  • Salon Wall/Gallery Wall, This is my living room in our 1030 sq. ft. condo.  It's a well used room with high ceilings.  My husband and I have a lot of hobbies so we have collections of all sorts of things.  I wish we could streamline but we're both too emotional about our collections.  We have two young boys so storage is an issue.  We love color but I have to admit the most relaxing rooms to me are sparse with mostly white furnishings., Living Rooms Design

    Salon Wall/Gallery W...

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  • Updated Dining Room, My dining room was looking boring and dated.  I wanted to give it an updated look without painting and without buying new furniture.  I  updated it with a couple of diy projects and by changing some of the accessories., Dining Rooms Design

    Updated Dining Room

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  • Olivia's Big Girl Room, The goal for this space was to design a fresh room that was full of color. We wanted a roomy, comfortable, bright, and more importantly, a room that was Olivia’s reflection. This space feature a fun kids wall decal, white furniture from IKEA, a golden mirror, tons of storage, Girls' Rooms Design

    Olivia's Big Girl Roo...

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  • a room to visit in, It took me 3 years to find the right sofas for my small living room.  It cost me a little more than I wanted & I have no "buyers remorse"!, Living Rooms Design

    a room to visit in

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  • MoRe MaKeOvEr FoR MoM, Phase II of moms makeover...
To keep within the budget ($2k to also include painter and carpenter) been hunting and gathering picture frames since March... along with scanning and adjusting all the pics my mom picked out as her "favs"... Sepia Friends & Family prints are in the Living Room as a Gallery Wall... the "Vintage" pics (from my moms childhood and when she dated my dad) are in the sitting room off the Kitchen... check out the "BEFORE" pic of space and wall unit to measure the difference... as well as pop back onto MakeOver for Mom (first phase of makeover), Living Spaces Design

    MoRe MaKeOvEr FoR ...

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  • I think I finally like it!!!, This is my dining room and I have been working on this room and my living room for a while now. I'm always making changes cause I get bored very quickley. I think I'm finally satisfied with my diningroom. My family spends a lot of time in this room so I wanted it to be warm and inviting. I did a picture wall this room and I really love it. I took many of the photos that are hanging up. I have a high ceilings so I know the chandelier looks high but it's the original chandelier and my home was built in 1890 and I don't want to replace I know it could be hung lower but I don't want to take the character out of it. I added a few new things panels are new, new rug and I re hung the pics on the wall. The tea set was my mother in law's and is a antique. I like how it looks in here. I would like to add a art piece in this room just not sure what. Also the rug is new. I could use some help with accessories I'm horrible at picking them out. I'm open to all comments. Thanks!!, Dining Rooms Design

    I think I finally like...

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  • A Green & Gray Home Office, Our home office makeover--all done on a budget of approximately $600.  Visit my blog for more info:, Home Offices Design

    A Green & Gray Home ...

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  • Gracie's Not Just Pink Big Girl Room...., This is my daughters "big birl" room. She insited on pink, but I refused to paint the walls pink so I opted for a light blue gray on the walls to accent all the hot pink decor., Girls' Rooms Design

    Gracie's Not Just Pin...

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  • My Inspirational Wall, I decorated this wall which is directly across from my bed, to inspire me as soon as I woke up. It includes a tree branch I found on vacation, my son's initial, pictures from nature, and a reminder to "realize how good I am", Bedrooms  Design

    My Inspirational Wal...

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  • Neutral nursery with pops of color, We opted for a neutral basis for our first nursery. We wanted the main pieces to be able to grow up with our family instead of quickly becoming outdated. 
Once we found out that we were having a girl we added the pops of color-peachy/pink and buttery yellow.
We kept the room traditional with a touch of vintage or modern country as I call it., Nurseries Design

    Neutral nursery with p...

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  • Making a rental a home, This is my first post-college rental apartment. With barely any budget, I had to reuse a lot of old stuff I had collected from my weekly trips to fleamarkets and thrift stores. I am an artist, so I wanted my space to feel like a reflection of me, that means a lot of quirky eclectic things hanging out all around. I don't buy art, but I made an art wall with my favorite paintings. I love candles, so I used old tiny glasses as holders for tea-light candles. Rugs are expensive, so I used an old canvas sheet I had painted as a rug under my coffee table(which I bought from Goodwill for $20 and spray painted to add some charm) I also have proudly hung my pothos plant from the ceiling in the entryway, it gives the empty space a focal point and makes me  believe that I don't have a black thumb! , Living Rooms Design

    Making a rental a hom...

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  • Hollywood Regency / Glam Dining Room, Dining Rooms Design

    Hollywood Regency / G...

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  • Hollywood Regency / Glam Living Room, Living Rooms Design

    Hollywood Regency / G...

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