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Results found for "turquoise green"

  • Horizontal Stripes and Polka Dots for Girls: Pink, Teal, Lime, Tan, Two little princesses started with a plain light gray room. With the purchase of new bunk beds & new polka dot bedding, we needed something girly to jazz up the new space. We taped off horizontal stripes to coordinate, and the attached bath uses polka dots in the coordinating colors and the same princess theme. It uses bubble gum pink, lime green, light teal/turquoise, and tan/khaki. The wall of baskets was pricey but is invaluable storage for toys and such. The whole project was kid-friendly and fun and on a budget., Girls' Rooms Design

    Horizontal Stripes an...

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  • All Decked Out, Finally we have our beautiful cedar deck completed.  It really adds to our home by offering us extended living space directly accessed through the double french doors both in the kitchen and the dining room.  We wanted to create a space that welcomed visitors as well as brought back memories of two of our favorite destinations, Sardinia, Italy and South Beach.  We are thrilled with the results and have already had the opportunity to host friends here., Patios & Decks Design

    All Decked Out

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  • Decorator look without paying a decorator!, My mother and I decorated my son's nursery. We considered hiring a decorator but are very pleased with how it turned out even though we did everything ourselves.  I used easy, inexpensive things to accessorize with and even added some accessories with personal history. The teddy bear on the hutch and the white baby shoes in the box shelf were both my husbands when he was a baby. , Nurseries Design

    Decorator look withou...

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  • Emmy's Space, 10 yr old girls room/green and turquoise/with wall graphic and dots, Girls' Rooms Design

    Emmy's Space

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  • Gazebo love..., The sun is out..and it's time to go outside and decorate! Gazebo redo first on the list., Patios & Decks Design

    Gazebo love...

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  • Christmas Time and LOTS OF FAUX SNOW!!!, I decorate every room in our home for Christmas. I keep out my star fish all year long.  Ever since our trip to Hawaii years ago I have a thing for them.....sorry if some people don't care for them, I just smile every time I see one!   We have a tree in every room including the 4 bathrooms.  The kitchen tree is decorated with tea bags and spoons and the bathroom trees have tooth brushes, floss, tooth paste and picks.  Each tree is unique in it's own way.  Sorry about the poor picture quality... , Holidays Design

    Christmas Time and L...

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  • Bright Pink and Lime Floral Nursery, Baby girl nursery with bright pink, lime, and turquoise in happy floral theme with little garden bug accents.  Also incorporates Fisher Price Rainforest accessories.

From early on, I knew I didn't want a traditional pale pink girl nursery.  I wanted something happy and bright.  
I really wanted to do lime and turquoise and ideally I was hoping to do it in florals, but most of the sets I found were very boyish.  I actually ordered 3 crib sets and sent them back before I found one that had the right shades and colors that I was looking for.  From there, I searched for coordinating fabrics and accessories to personalize the space and really tie my colors together.  It ended up including pink after all, but a very bright happy pink which fit nicely with what I had in mind.

I spent $1,000 on the furniture and about another $500 in paint and decor.  But my parents bought a few things for the room and my best friend paid for the custom made window treatments and a few other things.  So in total, we probably have about $2,000-$2,200 in the room.

She's 7 months old now and LOVES her room!  She's loves looking around at all the bright colors and accessories., Nurseries Design

    Bright Pink and Lime ...

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  • Striped ceiling in tiny guest bathroom , I decided to paint stripes on the ceiling in our guest bath and love the way it turned out!!! Just what this little space needed., Bathrooms Design

    Striped ceiling in tin...

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  • Tiny Bedroom + TWEEN Girl + Itty Bitty Budget, Now that our daughter has outgrown the soft pink/green combo from years is time to tween-tweak the room!  Note that this is a tiny bedroom, so we had to go for optimum storage.  We didn't want to paint the walls, so they stayed the same, neutral color...and we amped up the volume of the accent colors.  Peace, love, and happy tweendom!, Bedrooms Design

    Tiny Bedroom + TWEE...

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  • srairs entry on christmas 2011, Holidays Design

    srairs entry on christ...

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  • Antique Shic, Our dining room has a picasiette mosaic table that took me 4+ yrs to create. We need to paint the walls and add accessories, wall art, and maybe a plant., Dining Rooms Design

    Antique Shic

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  • Pottery Blah, I love Pottery Barn and Z Gallerie style, but our kitchen just looks bland. About the only spice in here comes from the cooking (and that can even be tasteless at times). , Kitchens Design

    Pottery Blah

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  • Non-themed Bright and Colorful Nursery, Jackson's nursery is a bright and colorful combination of turquoise blue, apple green, chocolate brown and white.  The mix and match of paisley, polka dot and stripes gives a custom look without being stuck with a theme. I used a lot of monkeys in the room as accessories because before we picked out a name for our son, we called him "Monkey."  Not having themed bedding and other big ticket items gives us the flexibility to change accessories once our taste, and eventually Jackson's taste changes.  The bright colors lean toward contemporary, while the cherry furniture is in keeping with a more traditional look.  The personalized wall letters with matching ribbon create a cute yet inexpensive focal point. I had so much fun putting his room together.  Hope you like it, and if you have any suggestions or comments, I'd love to hear from you!  Happy Decorating! , Nurseries Design

    Non-themed Bright and...

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  • Faux painted kitchen rugs, I love to paint....I knew what colors I wanted in these rugs so I grabbed my painter's tape, brush, and paint cans., Kitchens Design

    Faux painted kitchen r...

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  • A Cool Twist on a Tween's Bedroom, Creating a bedroom for a 12 year old that will take her through her teen years can be challenging.  I painted the walls a grown-up chocolate brown, then used a colorful mix of bold textiles in her favorite colors for the accessories. If her favorite colors change (and they will) the space can be updated without starting over!, Bedrooms Design

    A Cool Twist on a Tw...

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  • green/turquoise/pink, Bedrooms Design


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  • Christmas Tree with White and Silver Decorations, Here's pictures of my 2010 Christmas tree.  Let me know what you think....., Holidays  Design

    Christmas Tree with ...

    2 photos, 1,796 Views, Flag

  • London's Colorful Playroom, I worked so hard on all of our daughter's first bday party things I decided that I wanted to use them again.  So, for a while they stayed in the garage...but then made their way into London's playroom!  It saved us so much time and money...I didn't have to throw them away, make anything new, or buy things for the walls.  It is now also our guest the couch is a (very comfy!) couch bed.  My mom used the table fabrics from her party to make the curtains and pillows!  The table is from Way Basics and is actually a really thick cardboard...their stuff is super cute and super inexpensive.  Of course daddy's TV and PS3 are up there too, thankfully hidden in a TV cabinet we bought several years ago...but it is a really cool multi-purpose room, simply because when we moved in there were already 3 gigantic toy boxes built into the window wall.  They go all the way across the wall and serve as a bench seat, but at night when we are up there after she goes to bed OR when guests are here it doesn't even seem like a playroom.  So the theme and inspiration are #1 budget (definitely under $1000) and #2 colors/patterns and #3 owls!, Other Spaces Design

    London's Colorful Pla...

    6 photos, 6,582 Views, Flag

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