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Cassie Daughtrey Realogics Sotheby's Realty
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KP Spaces Home
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If you have an attic filled with boxes and old treasures, of course that is where you should head. If not, go wherever the stuff is — the basement, closet or garage, or maybe those photo boxes in the living room.Attic decorating idea: So what if your attic isn’t regulation height or fully finished? That
“attic” — mirostov
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Asheville Home
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and some online instructions. An otomi embroidery fabric panel, brought back from visiting family in Mexico, adds pattern to the wall next to the closet. A wooden apple crate is reinvented as a nightstand. Shams and curtain: Madeline Weinrib fabric; throw: P/Kaufmann Fabric; vintage Hmong pillow, One
“love this soft color” — jmbbuckley
Julie Smith
Living Room
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hunting as much as I thought I would. But relative to the other houses we were looking at, I really did like this one. I always wanted a built-in linen closet and the one in this house sealed the deal!Entertainment center: IkeaCoffee table: Sofa Table Chair
“Entertainment center” — homeseekers74
Sara Bates
South Philly Row House
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bedspreads like this can often be found at thrift shops (I'd suggest taking any finds to the dry cleaner before you use them) or tucked away in a family closet — perhaps even an heirloom. Try using one to add contrast in industrial rooms with metal, concrete or rough wood.
“brick” — aprilbrown44
Mad About Your House
My Home
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The en suite bathroom off the master closet had been a bedroom. "I love a bathroom that doesn't look like a bathroom," Watson-Smyth says. Keeping the fireplace and putting the bathtub in the middle of the floor helped accomplish that. Wall paint: Pelt, Farrow & Ball; sinks, bathtub: Bathstore
“fireplace” — sun32146
Robert Mace
our kitchen
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demolition, the contractor discovered the original flue from when the kitchen was located on the back porch. "It was hidden behind drywall in the back of a closet," says Mace. "It was a pleasant surprise. This flue ties the kitchen to the house's history, and also gives us a great place to hang our pots and pans
“Tom see the stove hood” — Laurie Gill
Louise de Miranda
My Houzz: Bohemian and sturdy
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small, but a loft bed helps maximize space. Eefje loves to play with her dolls or read books on the sofa tucked under her bed.Bed: Steigerhout, Jorg; closet: PS Cabinet, Ikea; string lights: Happy Lights
“lights and floor” — James Loosemore
Leah
Desk
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What currently lives on your desk that you now realize can live elsewhere? Do you have any of your own creative solutions to share?More: Turn Your Closet Into an Office9 Ways to Enjoy Your Office MoreCreate a Home Office on a ShoestringCreate a Customized Office Look without Built-Ins11 Ways to Create
“keyboard on a gold tea tray” — buddingdesire
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