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Results found for "ethan allen"

  • Small Kitchen need something!, We just got our new kitchen table with chairs... but after putting it in... it looks small. We think we should hang some metal framed pictures on the wall to help bring out the metal in the table. Along with that we think some place mats will be great. What are your ideas?, Kitchens Design

    Small Kitchen need so...

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  • Lounge Lizard Living Area, The first place one enters in our home.  We hang stockings in there at Christmas and always entertain guests before and after dinner there., Living Rooms Design

    Lounge Lizard Living ...

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  • Living Room - Adding mod elements to a tradional space adds style and interest, This house was mid-construction when it was purchased.  This large living room is on the 2nd floor of this 4 story home and opens to a large foyer with a bar, as well as to the Dining Room.  There are two pairs of French doors going out to a balcony on the front of the house and I mimicked their shape using arched mirrors above the custom cabinetry flanking the fireplace.  Although the space has some very classical elements including detailed moldings and casings, I also mixed in some modern elements to make this a comfortable space for everyone.

3/4" x 5" oak hardwood planks were used for the floor in this room and floor was stained and finished on-site.

Wall color is SW 7221 Dormer Brown by Sherwin-Williams., Living Rooms Design

    Living Room - Adding ...

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  • Studio Apartment Done Free Cycling, I am picking up things off the curb, and decorating my studio apartment as I have a limited budget, and it feels good to recycle. The plants, bedding, velvet stool, weights, white closet, and paint were all free cycled. I also have curtains, blinds, a bag of mother of pearl seashells, the paint cans, and a rug(having to clean this one). My room is coming along but it still seems a little plain. The ceiling are really high, so all of my furniture looks small, although it is large. The six foot tall tree I picked up off the side of the road seems two feet too short, and I am hoping to find a old plant holder to hike it up. My entertainment nook, and my office nook, are too plain, I could use some ideas there (I am crafty, just need ideas).My media storage in the basket looks a little messy. The old murphy bed space is the hardest thing for me to do. I have been looking for ideas for these types of spaces. I need the wow factor there, I am thinking of hanging curtains or creating a canopy with something. I also thought about pulling the bed out and making a divider, but I would have to get rid of a piece of furniture to keep my yoga/pilates space. All ideas are appreciated. Thanks in advance for rating and commenting on my space. I have been on this site for years, but this is my first decorating attempt. 
Want to end with a really glamourous powder room look. One day hope to fine one of those tufted chaise lounges, and some fringe for my stool, and curtains. Also got my eye out for ideas to create a stunning piece of art for the headboard. I have about a hundred dollar budget for this room, and I spent $30 on an old makita, but I had a $15 amazon credit, so I only spent $15., Living Rooms Design

    Studio Apartment Don...

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  • Retro Modern Bachelor Pad on a Budget, Hello I originally posted my living room a few months ago and have made some subtle changes.  I have to watch my budget - especially now - like everyone else.  Most of my lamps are from thrift stores and I've found some cool retro furniture too - including a vintage Norman Cherner chair for $6.  I found the plaid Milo Baughman chair at a thrift store for only $10.  The large 5 foot cityscape is Baltimore Harbor in 1977 by Tadder Photography.  I got it at a steal for only $25.  However, since losing my job in January 2009, I've scaled back the thrift store treasure hunts., Living Rooms Design

    Retro Modern Bachelo...

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  • My 13 year old son's room, My son's room has a sports theme, but not one that hits you in the face.  Please visit my blog at to see more of this room and others., Boys' Rooms Design

    My 13 year old son's r...

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  • Home Office - Mixing style and functionality, I work from home, so I needed an office that was both comfortable and functional.  This space was originally envisioned as a formal library, but I converted it to a functional office with built-ins around the room including two workstations, a coffee bar complete with beverage refrigerator and a media cabinet.  In the center of the room is plenty of room for comfortable seating and there's a beautiful small patio outside the two sets of French doors.  Room dimensions are 13 x 19., Home Offices Design

    Home Office - Mixing...

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  • Guest Bedroom- Please HELP me pick paint, Although there are touches of country in this room I want to pull more from the design of the quilt that has a hint of tropical flowers that reminds me of Pottery Barn's "beachy: collection. Eventually will refinish furniture (not bed) and replace nightstand but for now tight budget so paint will have to work. Very small room hard to portray in picture., Bedrooms Design

    Guest Bedroom- Pleas...

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  • Master Bedroom, Hi! I made some modifications based on your comments. Now I want to make more changes. I sort of like the wicker furniture (it was inherited and free is free). I'm thinking of painting the wicker pieces a dark brown to better match the bed and dresser. I have zero money so I'm trying to work with what I have. Thoughts? , Bedrooms Design

    Master Bedroom

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  • Open to Suggestions Family Room, This is where we spend most of our time.  Thinking about selling...any suggestions are welcome., Living Rooms Design

    Open to Suggestions F...

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  • Master Bedroom Makeover for $40, I hated my hodge podged bedroom but I had to make do with what I had since I can't afford to buy all new bedroom furniture. So I decided to try to make my furniture blend with each other better and we painted it. We also bought a new tv for the space so really we spent more than $40 but you get the idea. Hope you like it better!, Bedrooms Design

    Master Bedroom Makeo...

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  • Master Bedroom Makeover, After the bathroom renovation the master bedroom got a little updating too.  Painted walls vaulted ceiling added crown molding with accent lights new silk panels & bedding chaise and installed hardwood floors., Bedrooms Design

    Master Bedroom Makeo...

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  • English Masters Retreat, Our master bedroom is a potpourri of antiques new pieces and familiar family pieces. It is a room with "busy" surfaces - but on purpose! I love Edwardian style and the Edwardians covered just about every surface. I didn't follow that lead but I do like my dressing table frou-frou!, Bedrooms Design

    English Masters Retr...

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  • Moody Blues!, My master bedroom is finally done.  It's been a long time coming and I'm very happy with the results.  Thanks to all the RMSers who have contributed to the effort and a very special thank you to my lovely daughter who was always there to bounce ideas off of and set me straight if I started to veer off the right path!!!!  Please join me in some bubbly and strawberries to celebrate., Bedrooms Design

    Moody Blues!

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  • Retro Modern on a Bachelor's Thrift Store Budget, Last year I finally bought my own place!  Furnishing it has sometimes been a challenge.  This is my living room which I divided into two areas: the TV area and the fireplace area.  My favorite look is to combine retro vintage and modern pieces together.  I'll mix in some traditional too for good measure.  My main concern is that it might look too cluttered.  I'm also not sure which direction to go with paint color.  I'm thinking maybe a dark color on the fireplace wall., Living Rooms Design

    Retro Modern on a Bac...

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  • Just repainted.. now what?, We repainted living room to brighten the space and added picture frame wainscoting. I need help figuring out what to do about the chairs.  The flowery sofa has to get recovered but I don't know what fabric to go with.  The new paint color is Peony by Ralph Lauren it looks khaki in these photos but has a hint of green.  Help., Living Rooms Design

    Just repainted.. now ...

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  • Updated White Clean and Light, I painted the walls and ceilings white in contrast to black floors its a great backdrop for my minimal furnishings. The living room has a view of the city we live here my husband demanded that the tv stays. I tried to combined the expensive with inexpensive. I built the bookcase doors to hide books and cds. The doors are old world with a hip look of mirror. I like to use mirrors and mercury glass to reflect the view and light. I need some suggestions for wall art, Living Rooms Design

    Updated White Clean a...

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  • ahhh ... soothing, The idea was to use soothing colors and make a large painting in pearl sheen colors in the room. We found a canvas at art store and used the Ralph Lauren glamor pearl like sheen paints. It was easy fun and very inexpensive. ($65)     , Bedrooms Design

    ahhh ... soothing

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