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Results found for "ottoman"

  • The before shots of the family room, Sleek and sophisticated home entertainment room with fire place, U-shaped couch, leather ottoman table and built-in shelves, 52" LCD TV,  built-in theather quality surround sound., Living Rooms Design

    The before shots of th...

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  • Updated Space!!!, It's been a while since I've posted here.  But here's an update on my space.  Changed a few things.  New rug, new "X" style ottomans, new round mirror and moved a few things around.  Today's the first day of December so I'll be putting up my holiday decor later.  

Here's my blog:

I haven't updated my blog in a while either- eeks!  Been busy sorry!, Living Rooms Design

    Updated Space!!!

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  • A LITTLE BIT OF THIS & A LITTLE BIT OF THAT.....our basement  space is ALMOST  finished!!, I decided to use a  mix  of  my  favorite design styles....Old World Tuscan and decorate this basement living/dining room (and soon to be- office)space.  I also  injected a little bit of Moroccan Indian and Indonesian influences into this entertainment space.....for a little bit of SPICE! It's still a work in progress...just wanted some input on how I'm doing so far!!, Living Rooms Design


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  • Gallery Parlor, A room transformed by removing the carpet and staining the concrete. Much of the furniture was re-claimed, re-purposed, or recycled. Rich colors used to help accent the flooring on the bed/ couch. Plush sitting area created with various prints and styles of pillows on the couch and the great little ottomans for additional seating., Living Rooms Design

    Gallery Parlor

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  • Our new living and dining room furniture, Almost there.  Still looking for the right rug.  After 35 years we sold some of our antiques and changed the look of our living room and dining room.  We like the new look., Living Rooms Design

    Our new living and din...

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  • Moroccan Inspired Living Room Decor, This space was designed by our good friend Jessica using some of Badia Design's Moroccan home decor such as fabric ottomans, rugs, bone inlay tables, pillows, mother of pearl mirrors and sofas.
Designed by Jessica Marx -, Living Rooms Design

    Moroccan Inspired Li...

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  • Contemporary  Master Bedroom for Bachelor, Contemporary Master Bedroom Italian Bedroom Suite  Custom Drapes & Bedding Stone Statue Microsuede Bench Circular Wire Sculpture Torchiere Lamp Italian Platform Bed Italian Salon Floor Mirror Jute Rug with Chinese Characters Painted Poster Art Painting with Lady in Maroon Gown, Bedrooms Design

    Contemporary Master ...

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  • Nakoda's Nest, Nakoda's Nest is a nursery for our new baby girl. The room was inspired by birds and the bird cage that we converted into a lamp. We wanted to create a space that a little girl could grow in to. , Nurseries Design

    Nakoda's Nest

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  • A Completed Space, A move to the beach required an up date with my furniture. My chair and ottoman had an art deco leaf pattern which did not match the soft colors of the new living room. I found some great fabric, however I couldn't find anyone to do the work. It was time to take a crash course in upholstering! I took pictures of the detailed areas then took all the fabric off. I used it as a pattern and just started cutting. I made the welting and a pillow also. I learned that if you really want the change you can do it!
I love my completed living room., Living Rooms Design

    A Completed Space

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  • Fresh and colorful nursery, We designed this fresh and colorful nursery for our (soon-to-be) baby boy. We choose to use lots of color and patterns in the space against a calm grey and white backdrop. The result is a space that is both calming and stimulating, relaxing and energizing.

More details on sources available here:, Nurseries Design

    Fresh and colorful nur...

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  • Our Blue, White, & Beige Modern Casual Living Room, We did this room on a very small budget, re-purposing mostly thrift store finds, sewing our own pillows & curtains, making the Chevron art and Peacock Gallery Wall art, painting an accent can see the full makeover and How-To on our blog at, Living Rooms Design

    Our Blue, White, & B...

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  • My Dream Living Room Creation, This has been years in the making... you can see my slow progress... I have an open concept foyer/living area. As soon as you come in my home this is what you see. This is my foyer/living/family all in one. :), Living Rooms Design

    My Dream Living Roo...

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  • Ottoman in living room, Here is the before and after of my started as a kitchen table...then a coffee an ottoman with my mom's help! :), Living Rooms Design

    Ottoman in living roo...

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  • How does this room look so far??, Redecorating the family room and looking for comments on this space.  Please let me know if you think the leather coffee table / ottoman looks out of place with the leather chair and ottoman that it is near?  Or do you think a wood coffee table would look better?  Also - do these eterge shelving units looks too "dated"?   Thanks for any suggestions!, Living Rooms Design

    How does this room lo...

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  • From nothing to a lot? Living room makeover, I just decorated this living room area. Before the makeover I only had the leather couches and zebra armchair.  
I moved those couches closer to my fireplace and one of them are parallel to the fireplace instead of the big screen TV. Do you think my living room looks too crowded? or too much color? Or is it missing something?, Living Rooms Design

    From nothing to a lot?...

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  • PLEASE DESIGN...Most challenging lay out yet!, This is my living room.  This room has 5 doorways, one window and a fireplace.  We have not used the fireplace (yet).  We live in a very, very warm place.  As you can see we have a large tv that could be mounted on the wall or over the fp.  I just painted the walls SW accessible beige.  The doorways are from the entryway, the hallway to the bedrooms, the masterbed room door, the door to the back yard/patio, and the doorway to the kitchen/breakfast room.  It seems like the living room is one large traffic pattern!  Every way I have tried the furniture you feel like you are going through a maze to get to the bathroom, bedrooms, etc.  I like the light paint, dark furniture and I know that I need all of the extras and accessories.  I don't want to buy anything until I can find a layout that will work.  I think you can see that I have an espresso leather couch, chair and ottoman.  Lay out ideas are needed!!  Thanks., Living Rooms Design


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  • Color - Flash!, Artwork - "Mediterranean Gold".  Sofa - Sage green velvet w/ pillows - gold & olive green.  Ottoman - brown paisley fabric.  Chairs - Red fabric w/ottoman, Ivory, paisley fabric w/dark ornate wood.  Small tables - one made of stone, wood & glass, one painted in shades of yellow and light brown w/roses painted on the doors.  Vace of magnolias beside the readig lamp behind the Ivory paisley chair.  Levalor blinds in a light rust color and panels in a slightly darker color all the way to the crown molding to make the room look higher.  Large vase of ivy next to the built-ins, which houses the 42" Flat Screen Tv, books, vases, etc.  Fireplace - on the other side of the built-ins.  Gray marble w/burgundy & white veins.  Statues of the rooster and hen on either side of the hearth.  I was born in the year of the rooster.  Pocket door on the other side of the FP goes into kitchen.  Floor - hardwood.  Rug - Ecru wiht gold, burgundy and black.  Walls and ceiling - Light creamy tan.  Crown molding and other woods built-ins - white., Living Rooms Design

    Color - Flash!

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  • Large formal living me choose a colour!, This is my large formal living room. I am looking for some help on choosing a paint colour because I think it needs to be warmed up or at least livend up. I would also appreciate design or layout tips if anyone has suggestions., Living Rooms Design

    Large formal living ro...

    4 photos, 363 Views, Flag

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