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Results found for "leopard"

  • Katrina  remodel, This space was redone after Hurrican Katrina put it toatlly under water. Custom faux finished walls and new built in's. Had fun even in the wake of disaster redesigning every inch of this space. Acted as my own contracter and supervised and designed every inch., Living Rooms Design

    Katrina remodel

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  • Safari Foyer, Bamboo rug African artifacts take a seat in the leopard chairs and enjoy the serenity., Living Rooms Design

    Safari Foyer

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  • Master Stripe, Testing my patience, I bought metallic paint from Lowes.  I went through 4 rolls of painting tape!  But I love how it came out. Bedding is from Croscill and furniture is Ashley.  :), Bedrooms Design

    Master Stripe

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  • New things in the bathroom, Just added another peice to the bathroom,like the way it looks and the bottles I enjoy on the peice,hello RMS!, Bathrooms Design

    New things in the bath...

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  • Changes to the dining room. Bye, bye blue!, These are recent changes to the dining room. I painted over the blue below the chair rail. I painted the table black to match the chairs. Moved furniture around. Painted shelf black and added new accessories. Still a work in progress but it is 90% finished. In the summer I will be painting the red hutch/buffet black to match. Also need an area rug. , Dining Rooms Design

    Changes to the dining ...

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  • living room, Check out my new stuff..like  I needed MORE!!    LOL!!   Leopard urns and a new bowl!!, Living Rooms Design

    living room

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  • Tiny, Tight, but Tasteful, Compact-size 1st condo apt for a young mother of two (21) whom stated she wanted a "grown up" look to go with her very mature-looking furniture. , Living Rooms Design

    Tiny, Tight, but Tast...

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  • Master Bedroom, This is our Master Bedroom. I just changed it to semi- animal prints semi botanical prints.  It's a bit Traditional and Old World 2 styles that I am drawn to! The lamps are leopard print!, Bedrooms Design

    Master Bedroom

    3 photos, 1,515 Views, Flag

  • Funky Chick, Gray-colored walls, beige furniture, splashes of red and brown zebra print pillows give this room a funky, eclectic vibe that perfectly describes the personality of this homeowner!  , Living Rooms Design

    Funky Chick

    4 photos, 751 Views, Flag

  • Remake of Pink Glamorous Bedroom, Teen Room, Inspired by Glamour and Glitz. Features Images of Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn and Myself. Includes Pink leopard print and zebra. Just a way I expressed myself., Girls' Rooms Design

    Remake of Pink Glamo...

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  • Retro Living Room Remodel, The living room of our 1974 split-level home found its heart after a retro remodel that combined thrift store finds with high-end classics., Living Rooms Design

    Retro Living Room Re...

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  • Chic Dining Room, Our Dining Room. It is actually a step down parlor so we wanted it to feel like a parlor from the past.  What do you think?, Dining Rooms Design

    Chic Dining Room

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  • Orange Splash Master Bedroom, Master Bedroom. Before this room was a suede finish on the walls and bamboo treatments behind the bed to cover the window.The bed had metal scroll rails on the foot board and headboard and I took them off.  I wanted a new look and came up with this. It needed a POP of color so I saw these orange pillow and vases.  I found the diamond tuffted bench from a thrift store for $80 and it was BRIGHT pink velour. I had it re-done with this leopard print.(which was actually from the previous suede wall bedroom redo. I am trying to make it work with this one with the leapoard bolster pillow. I don't have another place to put the bench)
Any suggestions are welcomed!  :)), Bedrooms Design

    Orange Splash Master ...

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  • spare bath, , Bathrooms Design

    spare bath

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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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  • My 12 year old daughters bedroom, I used a Damask comforter in black and honey along with a fun purse border with leopard and zebra patterns. I liked the red because it is unusual and she can grow with this., Girls' Rooms Design

    My 12 year old daughte...

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  • **Barely There Guest Bathroom**, This is our second bathroom used for guests. I called it my "Barely There" Bathroom because if you blink you'll miss it and it's barely big enough to turn around in! Boy, was it hard to photo, I had to climb in tub to get a photo of the only wall... I still intend on painting vanity a warm carmel and getting a new vanity light fixture. I tried to keep it in Sepia tones because it's small but you will see small threads of black, red & carmel in keeping unity with Living Room, Nursery & Guest Room which are on this end of hallway.Not much to work with in this space but I did what I could (-; ENJOY..., Bathrooms Design

    **Barely There Guest ...

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  • Chocolate Dream Suggestions please, Dreamy chocolate walls with crisp pink and brown linen. Antique lamps provide mood lighting and leopard chair and zebra rug add a touch of nature!, Bedrooms Design

    Chocolate Dream Sugg...

    3 photos, 3,220 Views, Flag

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