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tall candles next to fireplace
it's bright, symetrical but has different angles
vaulted ceiling makes space look larger
nice to see color and not just neutral tones. built in cabinet . . a built in china cabinet in my dining area might be an idea . . it would allow me to have a china cabinet that's more modern.
curved front on fireplace
bright accessories perk up the dark furniture
I like the crouton color and think it would work well w/ my navy couch & love seat, however not sure if it would blend with the rest of the house which is gray, or a tone thereof.
I have similar ceiling beams . . best to leave them white, or paint them, or cover them in a wood veneer?
cool floral arrangement - nice alternative from a wreath for this space. my mantle would have to be made wider . .
clean, symetrical lines
way too cluttered - no thanks - prefer a clean, organized but comfortable look
seeing this pillar reminds me . . what should I do w/ those three spindles by our front door? book case? nothing? ???
interesting ceiling lights . . what should I do w/ my canister lights in the living room??
interesting ceiling w/ wood inbetween the beams? might this make my room look even smaller??
to separate the foyer from the lvg room, should I consider a half wall both at the front door and before entering the dining room (by the piano)?
will floor length window coverings make my room look larger/taller?
I like the use of pillars to divide the living spaces
I like the gray walls, white trim and coordinating brick on the fireplace.
I like the large chair . . used to have one w/ a matching ottoman in a geometric print including crouton, sage, purple, navy, Would like to get something similar . . what to do w/ the existing recliners??
again, like the gray wall w/ white trim and coordinating brick color of the fireplace
cool rounded inset over bookcase
i like built in, bench seat, storage area
I have the lite gray walls w/ white trim, I like the light carpet . . maybe this would be a good change from the dark gray I currently have? Want to avoid wear patterns though.
possible window treatments
for Natalie's bedroom