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Room screens can function as portable accent walls.
Big huge mirror, clear table, and a bench.
Single-wall kitchen, open shelving, table instead of island.
Store ALL of your shoes in the entryway.
More entryway shoe storage.
Dining room/office/homework/craft/gift wrapping area.
Suede paint from Ralph Lauren makes a "headboard."
Screen door for the pantry.
Another single-wall kitchen
I don't like the style of this kitchen, but I love the size and placement of the table. It guarantees that kids do homework there while Mom makes dinner.
Barbed wire as art -- or use a strand or two to hold dangly earrings.
This brilliant kitchenette inside an oversize armoire includes a sink, a microwave, a mini fridge and induction heat.
Less than 9 feet wide, this kitchenette packs lots of options for cooking and food storage into a very practical footprint. It includes a counter-depth 24-inch refrigerator, a sink, an oven with induction cooktop, a microwave and a mini dishwasher.
Butcher block kitchen table, and a really cool tiny kitchen too!
Photos mixed with framed words, on a board wall.
I like the idea of a chandelier in the bedroom or someplace unexpected.
Beautiful mosaic glass tile backsplash.
Check out this fantastic sink for three from Kohler. It comes with a matte black finish on the underside that you can leave as is or paint any color of your choosing.
Great idea for writing notes and lists in the kitchen. I like how the chalkboard paint contrasts with the wood (or is it bamboo?) on the walls.
Copper fireplace surround.
Wood walls + finished steel fireplace surround.
Fireplace in the bedroom.
Modern, rustic and coastal all work with a painted brick fireplace and walls.
This is a sleeping room, not to be confused with a bedroom. You can nap in a sleeping room, or put guests there.
Morning relaxation and/or wakeup room.
This is one high-class sunroom/greenhouse.
Treat a TV in the kitchen as an extra appliance.
My kind of centerpiece.
This is a more low-key way to decorate around the TV. Plus, I love the console.
Now that is an awesome way to store knives.
Backsplash made from broken ceramic pieces. Some of the handles jut out -- if done correctly, they could be used to hang light objects, such as grill tools.
I love the light fixture. How does one accomplish this?
Backsplash is frosted glass, which can be written on directly. This family-friendly version is accented by kid artwork. Cheerful and colorful and homey.
In a small space, use the same tile on the backsplash and the fireplace surround. Also the bathroom, the stair risers, and whatever else jumps out at you.
Dish drainer as desktop organizer.
Wire bins for paper or fabric projects.
Store off-season clothes or extra linens in attractive luggage on display.
If you want to keep appliances plugged in but outlets out of sight, a company called Trufig has just the thing: an outlet that’s recessed into the backsplash so it’s flush with the surface. The face plate is designed to be painted, so a trompe l’oeil artist can disguise everything but the holes.
Great way to store bracelets and necklaces
More great jewelry storage
Ikea makes a dress form clothes holder that could be used for this.