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Knot as art. Who would have thought an old, crusty rope could make an interesting piece of wall art? Consult a knot-making book to learn a fancy knot or just play around until you are pleased with the shape, and hang the result on your wall.
10. Knot as art. Who would have thought an old, crusty rope could make an interesting piece of wall art? Consult a knot-making book to learn a fancy knot or just play around until you are pleased with the shape, and hang the result on your wall.
Who would have thought an old, crusty rope could make an interesting piece of wall art? Consult a knot-making book to learn a fancy knot or just play around until you are pleased with the shape, and hang the result on your wall
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My Houzz: Renovated Farmhouse Merges Historic and Modern Elements
Before you go shopping for new furnishings and decor, see if you can think up a way of using what you have instead. Sew a patch on an armchair or learn to reupholster. Tinker with that wobbly chair instead of tossing it out; use an old dress to add a colorful border to your curtains; use a bowl from
decorBefore you go shopping for new furnishings and decor, see if you can think up a way of using what you have instead. Sew a patch on an armchair or learn to reupholster. Tinker with that wobbly chair instead of tossing it out. Use an old dress to add a colourful border to your curtains. Use a bowl from
Using bold color at home does not mean you have to have it everywhere. The kitchen in this home is fairly neutral; color was brought in via elements like this plate arrangement. See the rest of this houseMore: 6 Homes and Studios Where Creativity Happens 6 Favorite Family-Friendly HomesDream Spaces: 5 Seriously
matching them. My main piece of advice is to experiment with different compositions on the floor so that you won't make extraneous holes in the wall.Learn the secret to hanging a plate collection
holders from a home improvement store. I had a client who did not want window treatments in her dining room because her son had allergies, so we hung a plate holder on either side of her window, and used brightly finished plates. Tutorial: How to Hang a Plate CollectionMore: 10 Holiday Home FixesGet Your
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We are purchasing a home with a family room that has mahogany paneled walls. While I think this look is beautiful, the room has 8 ft ceilings and is incredibly dark. We ARE
We are custom building a home and our formal dining room will be 18.5x12. The long wall is an exterior wall and I don't know if I should add windows or just wainscoting with sconces
This room is very much like the space that I am presently renovating and furnishing in my home. I have a lot of similar furnishings but require a rug to pull it together. Could you please supply information, as to the supplier or where I may obtain
I've learned time and time again, money does not buy good taste.
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She calls it “jewelry for the home.”
Arteriors Home Caviar Fixed Glass Cluster This
fixture’s designer, Laura Kirar, was inspired by elements of nature, including the sea, bubbles and eucalyptus seeds. She calls it “jewelry for the home.”
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this space. Pair this dramatic piece with minimalist furnishings for maximum effect.Source: Available through a variety of vendors, including HouzzLearn more about the versatility of globe pendants
Arteriors Home Caviar Fixed Glass Cluster This chandelier not only glimmers when turned on, but the perforated cone within each globe throws light throughout the room much like a gemstone would. The fixture’s designer, Laura Kirar, was inspired by elements of nature, including the sea, bubbles and eucalyptus
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open living. At first, Corredor was afraid a structural beam could get in the way and impede the restoration process. But after doing research, she learned that problem did not exist, and there was nothing to hinder the project from moving forward. So she collapsed the wall to create one large kitchen
Corredor’s interior design clients bought a four-bedroom, three bath home last year, the couple suffered through a period of buyer’s remorse. While they loved the Bay Harbor Islands location and the 4,000-square-foot, one-story home’s potential for beauty and ample entertaining space, they felt the living
changing the character,” says Corredor. “We organized everything well and it turned out beautifully, just as we envisioned it.” While nothing on the home’s exterior was changed, Corredor worked her magic in the master bedroom by adding panels with a wavelike motif to again bring elements of the outside
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effects. With the help of our handy uncle Rob, we changed every single fixture in the house and out. A few have actually been changed twice. Always a learning curb, right? We splurged on a few pendants from specialized shops but most have been big box store purchases to keep us on budget. Don’t worry, when
Using left over house paint we created some large bold abstract pieces. A year has now passed since we first got the keys and we’re, mostly done. Being home owners now, we also realized that we’ll never actually be done. There’s always something to improve upon. Melissa’s office hung in the balance of our
Thank you! The Dining room wall is wallpaper! It looks textured but it's not. It's from the Design by Colour Series which is available at Home Depot, as well as some independent Dealers and possible online. I believe it was in the Taupe book.