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Lisa Gabrielson Design
Vintage Cottage Bedroom
The bed is the homeowner's. It is vintage.
collections.” She sourced the remaining pieces at Queen of Hearts in nearby Alpharetta, Georgia. To get the composition right, Gabrielson and the homeowner played around with the pieces by laying them out on the bed. “This is much easier to do with a friend,” she says.
Michelle's Master Bedroom.
Contributor Lily found out this was a repurposed dresser found on Craigslist. The homeowner painted it yellow. You can read more about it here: ...
Large-scale artwork. We all know that artwork can be pricey, especially when it's of the larger variety. This homeowner took it upon herself to use some leftover wood flooring that she had in order to create a large piece for their bedroom. She used a projector to trace the image onto the wood and then
My Houzz: 1891 Queen Anne Home with a View
you’ve filled the bulk of your suitcase with Mardi Gras beads and cups. Put them to good use at home to remind you of the great time you had, as this homeowner has. Perhaps they’ll inspire you to throw a Mardi Gras party if you can’t make it to a city that celebrates it next year. You can order up a king
My Houzz Tour: Contemporary Earth Friendly Home in Vermont
getting his or her things. If a partner is dragging his or her feet, an ultimatum may be called for. McCoy suggests having a garage or estate sale for homeowners left with a lot of things. "It may even be liberating," she says.
Sara Ballinger - 1130 Creative, LLC
HPC Houzz Tour
When guests or homeowners are seeking respite they head into the Cabana room, which offers a comfortable blend of warm and traditional décor. On the ceiling, craft fabric is bordered by woven placemats. According to Kate, she couldn’t stand to look at another white ceiling. "I love this house, but I
Should the homeowner need to make home improvements when selling, the recommended change would be toward sustainable choices.
Deluxe Cottage Living in the Hills of OC
whale on the guest bed as a present for Yvette.Although the entire renovation took about 10 years, Yvette appreciates the process and urges other homeowners to enjoy theirs. "I think the process is one of the most exciting things," she says. "It's part of the journey."