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Results found for "Wall gallery"

  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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

    7 photos, 5,260 Views, Flag

  • TV gallery wall., Huge wall, cathedral ceiling.  Only wall in the room the tv can go on, since it's a very open space.  The space is very neutral, and it needed to bring in color.  It suits my eclectic taste ... But wanted to get other opinions, as I don't want guests to think I'm crazy!!!  :), Living Rooms Design

    TV gallery wall.

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  • Framed Paris Map, This living room, layered with texture, boasts a unique book page wall and a circa 1739 framed map of Paris divided into nine panels., Living Rooms Design

    Framed Paris Map

    5 photos, 1,274 Views, Flag

  • Hollywood Regency / Glam Living Room, Living Rooms Design

    Hollywood Regency / G...

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  • TV Gallery Wall, A DIY gallery wall of thrifted frames and original paintings that were hung to help the TV blend in like a piece of art., Living Rooms Design

    TV Gallery Wall

    4 photos, 654 Views, Flag

  • Hollywood Regency / Glam Dining Room, Dining Rooms Design

    Hollywood Regency / G...

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  • Sleek Urban Bachelor's Loft II, Second set of photos from my design of a hip urban bachelor's loft...., Living Rooms Design

    Sleek Urban Bachelor'...

    5 photos, 8,717 Views, Flag

  • New Gallery Wall, This is the newest version of our ever changing living room. I have been looking at pics of these kinds of art arrangements for some time and finally took the plunge. Very small 1980's townhome. This is definitely a repost., Living Rooms Design

    New Gallery Wall

    2 photos, 1,381 Views, Flag

  • Low Budget Bedroom, Had some leftover furniture from my marriage and have collected things over the years since. Even though I like the things I have - I'm not sure about how I've put them together., Bedrooms Design

    Low Budget Bedroom

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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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  • 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...

    6 photos, 857 Views, Flag

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