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Contemporary Living Room
Crewelwork was popular in the 17th century in England. The stitches used are determined by the person sewing and not by any formal requirements.
Log Cabin - Kitchen
dictated some of the layout. However, Ricco and the homeowner didn’t demolish this and certain other elements, as they are such a part of the home’s personality.The homeowner already owned the table and chairs, and they’re a great fit for the eat-in space.
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pants rack for boot storage. It isn't flashy, but it makes each boot pair accessible and visible — a good boot-storage match for the low-maintenance person in your household.
distract me from what I’m really supposed to be doing. Anyway, I love Sauve’s idea to work up a poster that includes the chair and what it says about a person. I hope you share it with us when you are done, Sauve.P.S.: Here’s what the results said about Sauve: Charles and Ray Eames Dowel Leg Armchair: You’re
The color scheme here is golds, pinks, white and turquoise. The vibe is feminine and nostalgic, and the feeling is intensely personal. Yes, there are many things in this tableau, but they are not just thrown in haphazardly.
My Houzz: Colorful Vintage Finds fill a Chic Modern Farmhouse
peeping through the ceiling joists was also salvaged from Kelley's grandmother's home — an addition that saved on material costs and added a historical, personal element. Strips of newspaper that insulated the grandmother's home are still plastered to a few boards, and the nearly century-old texts are still
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
2010 Colorado Homes & Lifestyles "Home of the Year"
accent the walls. Like much of the house, this room doesn't necessarily have a look that "goes together," but it still works in a very unique and personal way. Red, marble-topped vanity: Waterworks
Susan Glick Interiors
Modern Classic Interiors
Choose a warm color palette. Color is such a personal decision, and the process of getting it right can be extremely frustrating. If you are testing colors in your large living space, try a warm hue. Warmer tones advance, making a room feel intimate and cozy. Work with the colors of your furniture and