Dinning area
heba29
April 24, 2013 in Design Dilemma
What do i do hear? I put this mirror up but it's not working.
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OnePlan
It's a little too high !
Make the mirror seem bigger by painting a rectangle of a bold colour to suit your style - about 6" bigger than them mirror all round .
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anne dee


2 more mirrors and they could be stacked !/or vertical.
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leelee
No the mirror looks like something's missing because it's way too small for the space. How about painting that wall an accent color say medium gray (which I don't usually recommend) or do a mural over the entire wall.
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Brenda
I agree. The mirror is not working. I think it is the wrong piece. I would go for large scale art with some color in it.
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heba29
I agree, would maybe wall paper with a bird and tree pattern work?
0 Likes   April 24, 2013 at 1:25PM
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If you are looking for a piece of art, you can check out our page. Enjoy and good luck decorating!... Raisa
0 Likes   April 24, 2013 at 4:19PM
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Cheryl Davis Fine Art
I agree you need a focal point...large art would be good start and maybe a cool rug and two floating shelves on the left wall for a few things w some shimmer and sparkle.
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Cheryl Davis Fine Art
I have some large giclee on canvas prints that are affordable with lots of color if thats your style....www.cheryldavisart.com I think that wall would rock with a 36x48 gorgeous painting. houzz has some great examples of large art in dining spaces...check it out.
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Lkristine
Is this a rental unit, or do you own? If you rent, do they allow you to paint?
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heba29
It's a rental and yes i can paint. I've havethis dirty white on the wall sord of ash looking
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Lkristine
Ok, well here are a couple of images, granted you probably aren't going to replace the light fixture in a rental, but hopefully these images give you an idea anyway! You can do a lot with paint, simple accessories, and an area rug. This may no be your taste, but, just implement your personal taste into the room! Happy decorating!
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heba29
WOW that's nice funny you said that i did want to change the light what colour paint is that?
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heba29
Kristine my couches are a dark cholotately brown lether fyi
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Rare Bird
love kristen s idea paint the wall and add a rug.................see how mirror looks then if ur not happy try a picture with accent colours
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Lkristine
I think the paint was Maple Shadows by Benjamin Moore, but don't go buy that and put it on your walls, the free paint app that I painted your room with makes it look lighter, than reality. Just go look for a nice warm color that you love!
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