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Results found for "tufting"

  • Tired Coffee Table, Our coffee table was looking blah and I was wanting to add some pattern to our living room, so my husband and I turned our coffee table into an ottoman. , Living Rooms Design

    Tired Coffee Table

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  • Redone... for mom, These are my mothers chairs. She purchased them in Mexico about 18 years ago. After she passed away I kept them. I wanted to update them, and make them special, for my Living room and for my mom : ) After trying to find an upholstery shop that would reupholster them, I gave up, they charge a ridiculous amount! (500$!!) I decided to take on the task myself. After lots of research, and various tutorials, I sanded, painted, and reupholstered them myself. I have finished one completely. Here is a before and after. Let me know what you all think., Living Rooms Design

    Redone... for mom

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  • Dipping my toe in the RMS water, Fell in love with this occasional chair at the Salvation Army.  The missing cushion and dirty upholstery just made it more lovable.   I'm no upholsterer but I'm satisfied with the result.  Just missing decorative caps for the front legs.  I tried fabricating some from an aluminum can but no success yet., Living Rooms Design

    Dipping my toe in the ...

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  • Twilight Inspired, Inspired after reading the novel series Twilight, we stumbled across a rain forest mural that became the highlight of our tiny master bedroom.  I wanted our room to have a modern outdoor feel.  Because our space is small, we felt that bringing in the outdoors would make the room feel more open, like a patio opens to the outdoor living space...extending the size of the room.  We chose earthy tones of chocolate, beige, tan, cream, black, and bright green.  YES...bright green is found in forests all over this earth, so it's earthy!  We chose to highlight our items in groups of three.  Three lights above each night stand, three pictures above the head board, three pillows across the bed, another three pillows across the bed, two floating shelves and the TV all in line with each other in the same direction.  Everywhere you look in the room we have tried to group our design elements into threes.  We are a family of three; my husband, my daughter, and I...so I think in threes.  , Bedrooms Design

    Twilight Inspired

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  • Tranquille Bungalow with belle pacifique wooded view, A work in progress...My latest additions to this room are Jefferson Linen inverted pleat curtains, an antique desk/table and a reupholstered tufted chair and ottoman in linen., Living Rooms Design

    Tranquille Bungalow ...

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  • Princess Chloe's Bedroom at MiMi and PaPa's, I wanted to create a special room for my granddaughter to sleep and play in at our home.  So I went with a Princess theme for the Princess that she is.  I found the cutest bedroom set which happens to be called the Tiara bedroom set.  Inside the frame of the headboard is a plush lavender colored material that is tufted.  In the middle of each tufting is a big round rhinestone.  I got all of the bedding and curtains from Pottery Barn Kids.  The dollhouse bookshelf and the bookshelf to the right of the bed were custom made from a friend.  I bought the wall décor from my local craft store and embellished a lot of the items with rhinestones.  The butterfly artwork next to the dresser I made.  I saw similar ones in a catalog for a lot more money.  The finials on the curtain rods are acrylic flowers I bought for $1.25 each at the craft store.  I just glued them on to the curtain rod.  Similar ones cost $20-$25 at the home improvement store.  I painted the tree on the wall above the dollhouse.  This was a first for me.  I was very pleased at the way it turned out.  I love the way this room turned out, just as I pictured it in my mind.  My granddaughter loves it.  I hope you do too!, Girls' Rooms Design

    Princess Chloe's Bedr...

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  • Jordan's Room, We decided to redo my daughters room back in Feb- just getting around to posting! she picked out the little pics- and the fabric and i did the rest. I actually just switched out the white cabinet for the big black bookshelfs form my LR. More storage. i think we did pretty good.. , Girls' Rooms Design

    Jordan's Room

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  • Back Entry Hall Closet, This is the entry way we use every day.  I decided to remove the folding doors and make a seating area.  I got a unit from Pottery Barn and made my own cushion with a board/foam/staple gun.  Each of us in the family have our own basket which is very handy.  I added extra hooks on both sides.  Using left over wall paper I was able to cover one small section.  The use of molding adds detail to the space. (my father-in-law's idea!) , Kitchens Design

    Back Entry Hall Close...

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  • Teen Girl's Bedroom, This Teen Girl's Bedroom was done on a budget with close-out fabrics and thrifty finds.  The theme is blue and green cottage sparkle!, Girls' Rooms Design

    Teen Girl's Bedroom

    4 photos, 1,087 Views, Flag

  • Coto Twins Nursery, Nursery room for twin girls. The goal was to create a dreamy space with a soft color palette. The french-inspired cribs with pink velvet tufting are draped by a beautiful blue damask canopy really making the room feel enchanted., Nurseries Design

    Coto Twins Nursery

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  • Traveler Classic Wants Ideas!, We wanted a room that hinted at the fact that we have traveled, but wanted a classic traditional style that is also soothing. We are not all done...hoping for help. Need wall sconces near the bed, have to finish the molding and whatever other people suggest!, Bedrooms Design

    Traveler Classic Wan...

    5 photos, 987 Views, Flag

  • Newly Redesigned Master Suite-Thanks HGTV for teaching me so much!, I've just completed redesigning our master suite.  I made the tufted padded headboard in a faux suade fabric, the custom linen/silk curtains (modified store bought by adding the blue silk center strip) and reupholstered the chair to match my headboard.  (There's a brown throw over the left side of the chair, so it looks a little funny) I've been watching HGTV since the early 90's and have learned alot.  Please let me know what you think!, Bedrooms Design

    Newly Redesigned Mas...

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  • Hannah's Tiffany & Co. inspired bedroom, Elegant girl's bedroom with tufted headboard, cornice boards and just the right amount of bling., Girls' Rooms Design

    Hannah's Tiffany & Co...

    5 photos, 9,520 Views, Flag

  • New Ottoman Makes a Huge Difference!, This is my family room. I previously had a black leather, round ottoman as coffee table. The stitching/tufting was coming out and I was ready for a change. I went ottoman shopping and found this on clearance for only $99.00. What a steal! I think it adds the needed texture that was lacking in a sea of leather before. , Living Rooms Design

    New Ottoman Makes a ...

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  • ~Little Girls Room~, This bath was re-done for our two daughters.  I wanted it to reflect the beauty that they both have., Bathrooms Design

    ~Little Girls Room~

    10 photos, 2,253 Views, Flag

  • Ottoman, Living room with Tufted Ottoman, Living Rooms Design

    Ottoman

    8 photos, 924 Views, Flag

  • Master Bedroom, This master bedroom was done for a close friend. The Client (my friend) was on a very tight budget so I rolled up my sleeves and we made many of the items you see in the room.  The head board we made and tufted. Cost, @ $100.00 (note: if you are going to go to the trouble of tufting, be sure it can be seen when the bad is made) The bed coverings, coverlet and shames,  I sewed from free scraps from a local custom bedding maker. Cost: $0.00. I sewed every pillow and wove ribbon to made the bolster pillow. Cost: @ $50.00 with pillow forms. (note: running on a tight budget, purchase cheap king size bed pillows from a budget store like Big Lots and  after you have separated the filling sew two lines down the middle about 1” apart, cut between the stitching and you have two pillows forms for about $2.50 each.). I wanted art work in the space that had just a pinch of color, I love the work of Laurie Maitland so I used her work as inspiration for this piece. The frame was on clearance so total for art @$100.00. Stools were purchased on clearance and the art over the bed was 4” slats of thin wood that were cut, woven and spray painted black. The lamps, clearance from a big box department store. And lastly the night stands, I designed, were made by a local wood worker who did it as a hobby, for $125.00 each. Well you can see we did not spend a lot of money for a high impact room. The key to this successful design is the color palette was kept simple. 
, Bedrooms Design

    Master Bedroom

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  • Quiet Sophistication; Master Bedroom Suite, I have been working with this client for over a year now and her home as really been transformed! She went from a very tradition space to a vibrant and contemporary one. The space was just professionally photographed; I am so proud of it I am hoping to have it published! More photos- professional photos to come!, Bedrooms Design

    Quiet Sophistication;...

    5 photos, 1,024 Views, Flag

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