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Results found for "shag"

  • 80's Update, In this 1980's bathroom the gray and beige tile was given an updated look through the application of a modern gray and beige botanical wallpaper. The upper cabinet doors were removed to create open shelving for display and all cabinetry was painted espresso brown. Ethnic art and accessories and a white all-cotton shag rag rug completed the transformation., Bathrooms Design

    80's Update

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  • Living Room Feb 2012, Cozy bungalow living / family room. We have plenty of seating, storage and  places to put up your feet and have a cup of tea, play a game, watch tv or just hang out., Living Rooms Design

    Living Room Feb 2012

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  • Sensibly Modern in Suburbia, I fell in love with my mid-80s tri-level because of its unique living space. Instead of focusing on square footage, the design really utilizes cubic feet with high vaulted ceilings dominating the main level of the home. From the outside it's just another house in another suburban neighborhood, but inside it's nothing but., Living Rooms Design

    Sensibly Modern in Su...

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  • Blast From the Past!, Living room from the 60's!  , Living Rooms Design

    Blast From the Past!

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  • The ugliest Living room ever, shag, paneling, The ugliest living room ever Gold shag carpet paneling a small built in made of paneling that could be made into something better. What do I do with the paneling? Carpet or wood? No light fixture. HElp! Need Idea'sDoes anyone know the perfect tan color? for most of the walls for now until i can get them drywalled? Mabey chocolate brown on the T.v. wall? I know i need furniture. Or should i Do golds? With green? Or chocolate brown with greens? I am so lost!!! I love rich colors, dark woods, my moose pictures, country, Living Rooms Design

    The ugliest Living roo...

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  • Living Room, My living's a work in progress.  Saving up for hardwood floors and some art work., Living Rooms Design

    Living Room

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  • Gracious Living Room, Comfortable elegant living.  I love my nailhead sofa and my red accent pieces.  Still deciding on wall color., Living Rooms Design

    Gracious Living Room

    5 photos, 419 Views, Flag

  • High-Rise Living Room , This living room is in a condo in a 
high- rise hotel/residence building., Living Rooms Design

    High-Rise Living Roo...

    2 photos, 2,178 Views, Flag

  • Stuck in the 70s, Interesting mix of 70s glam and barnyard glory.  Deep shag, barn siding, sink, restaurant-style booth, Dutch door, burlap sack wallpaper, unfinished area, canning oven with hood.  Large finished area - 28'X28'.

This pictures are pre- move-in.  Currently set up with makeshift 7.1 channel equipped home theater on northern 1/2 of space, pseudo office (more like computer desk) at far end of room, "lost" treadmill between theater and computer, baby toys and everything else strewn about while the room waits for direction....

Intents for future renovations: basically gut and start over.  There's a wall between the pictured areas and a sizeable unfinished area that will come down.  Will build dedicated theater w/bar area on south end of room (where booth is), create work out room on north side of room, create large toy & play area through where the existing wall is today, adding full egress windows where (2) lookout windows are today.  In unfinished area, would like to add a bedroom, full bath, and more formal laundry and storage areas (plenty of tools to organize)., Basements Design

    Stuck in the 70s

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  • Studio Living, 450 square foot studio, Living Rooms Design

    Studio Living

    6 photos, 986 Views, Flag

  • It's Curtains For French Doors, I rent a "technical" two bedroom in downtown SF.  Technically and actually, there are double French doors leading from one room to the next.  After a few months of light sleep and flicks of light coming through square panes of glass, I decided to board up the dividing doors with cardboard and duct tape.  I then hung a curtain rod across the width and two curtains to form a fabric wall.  S-hooks and a little twine made it easy to hang square mirrors off the curtain rod at varying heights. I balanced the accent fabric wall with painted concentric squares in gray-on-pink on the facing wall, running horizontal gray stripes around the entire room.  Low level scale of all fixtures and furniture in my room work to create a greater sense of space from floor to ceiling.  It feels HUGE.  I popped the seat off a metal and plastic office chair, using the seat with a cushion on my shag rug.  The bottom half of the chair I put a green serving tray on top and use now as a bedside table.  I love my room now and hope you guys do too!, Bedrooms Design

    It's Curtains For Fre...

    7 photos, 1,608 Views, Flag

  • Shag Bar/Basement, This room is the talk of our little town.  It hasn't been changed in 30 years.Jig-Saw Puzzle shag never looked so...., Living Rooms Design

    Shag Bar/Basement

    3 photos, 217 Views, Flag

  • Another Blank Slate Open for Suggestions!, This is our mostly empty living room.  It's fairly large and has at the moment:

- 2 large chocolate brown reclining leather sofas
- a pub table and four chairs
- Cream colored slightly shaggy square area rug
- soon to be 50' flat screen and accompanying credenza (54' L x 22' W x 36' H)

There is an extra space (you can see from the layout) that I think an upright piano would fit nicely (we are musicians), but it'll be a while until we purchase a piano.

I'd love some suggestions for decor -- curtains/window panels; lighting; mirrors; ANYTHING!  Maybe even a plant? Haha.

I'm leaning towards a color palate of -- chocolate/mocha browns with a range of khaki/tan/wheat hues with sage greens and crisp white accents (I have a vision of a white bowl with fake pears in it, lol!)

I'd characterize our "style" (not like we have one yet) as clean, natural, with maybe a little rustic (we like nice wood grains).  I love the POTTERY BARN catalog, just not the price.  :)

Thanks for your time and advice everyone!
, Living Rooms Design

    Another Blank Slate O...

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  • Living room, One large room that we carved out individual spaces in.  We're trying to sell now -- did we stage all right?, Living Rooms Design

    Living room

    2 photos, 51 Views, Flag

  • Britt's Pink & Brown Room, This is my 6 year old daughters very own room for the first time. She's always shared a room with her big sister until now. She loves pink and brown. All of the furniture in the room except the bed was old oak or pine that I painted to match the colors she picked out. Painted furniture includes the picture frames that I polka dotted and striped, the shelf on the wall, the tall corner shelf, the trunk by the bed, the dresser, the vanity, and the chair that I found a flea market for three dollars and recovered the seat. A few more tweaks need to be done, like knobs for the dresser & ect., but overall this is her room and she loves it. , Girls' Rooms Design

    Britt's Pink & Brown ...

    8 photos, 3,578 Views, Flag

  • From formal living room to open modern dining, This space was a dark formal living room with burgundy and green.  It's been given new life as a modern dining room., Dining Rooms Design

    From formal living ro...

    3 photos, 8,672 Views, Flag

  • My Second First-Year Dorm! , After requesting a single dorm room at SUNY Potsdam for my 2nd semester freshman year, I was lucky enough to get one! I went nuts with the freedom to decorate an entire room with my favorite colors: purple, green, and blue. The result is what follows! , Dorm Rooms Design

    My Second First-Year...

    9 photos, 1,599 Views, Flag

  • Hudson's Woodland Nursery, My husband and I designed Hudson's nursery on a pretty tight budget- he's our second child. We re-purposed furniture and shopped Ikea, HomeGoods, Costco, Ross and other budget friendly stores for decorations, furniture and a rug. The curtains, crib skirt, boppy cover and recovered lamp shade were all diy. My husband, being the designer in the family, was the one who came up with the design board for Hudson's room and found awesome prints and the wall decals for the room. This is our favorite room in the house!, Nurseries Design

    Hudson's Woodland Nu...

    5 photos, 1,362 Views, Flag

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