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Su Casa Designs
cute set up of chairs
Nice bay window set up
chair set...Chair set up
Loudon County's Premier Frame Maker
The P. H. Miller Studio was founded in 1983. The studio specializes in making hand carved and water gilded frames and home accessories in traditional and modern styles.
Martha O'Hara Interiors
Kellogg Road Residence
cerused oak flooring and accented with hints of blue. "The trend is to layer neutrals on neutrals," O'Hara says. "But without color it loses interest."She set off the neutrals in the dining room by painting the millwork and chair frames white, and the table and walls the same gray color. Vivid blue glassware
The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
The Beach House
love these double set of french doors
Two settings in one area #7
Set up...Living room set up
them re-covered in the same fabric. In the dining room featured here, three different pairs of chairs were all covered in similar fabric to create a “set.”
I like this setting...dining set
Porto Vita project
this is how i would like the famliy room tv to be set up
living room sofa set
A/V furniture and set-up!
Jordan Iverson Signature Homes
Hilltop House | Grand Vista Subdivision
I have a burgundy accent wall, walnut living room set. What will be the best color curtain to match?
Set up and low back by window
money. There are few things more volatile than expenses in a relationship, and because decor is not always perceived as a necessity (it is for me!), setting expectations ahead of time is critical. Come to an agreement about the basic things such as color, texture and types of furnishings, and go from there
much. Create an environment that reflects who you are as a couple and the life that you want to live. By keeping the lines of communication open, setting expectations and being willing to compromise, you can design a space that truly represents everyone who lives there. More: The Art of Compromise
April and May
Set up paperless billing. Some things to consider before making the plunge:• You can set up paperless billing through your bank or individual vendors. Decide which feels more comfortable for you. Just know that if you go the bank route and decide to switch banks at a later date, you'll have to start
track of user names and passwords in one place for easy access.• Don't forget to jot down bill due dates in your calendar or set up your bills for automatic payment.• I love setting Google reminders to prompt me with a text or email when a bill is nearing its due date. (It also backs up my billing schedule