20,964 do It yourself Living Design Photos

Kimberley Bryan
9 Reviews
Rural Mid-Century Modern
Do the windows have internal blinds?
“Wooden chair (DIY) for pillow lounger” — kellywolff2
15 Reviews
"Budget Friendly" Decorating and Staging
This looks like an easy idea to do until you decide on your final window treatments.
“This looks like an easy idea to do until you decide on your final window treatments.” — eurekan
Phantom Screens
6 Reviews
Retractable motorized screens at Adams Hall, Winter Park, FL
If we ever do a garage conversion, add the automated phantom screen
“Tray ceiling” — ryanmac013
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Kimberley Bryan
9 Reviews
Rural Mid-Century Modern
DO NOT LIKE THIS. way to bare and not comfortable.
“Windows” — grace serpa
Diamond Custom Homes, Inc.
Quail West - Brentano
Thank you for asking, but unfortunately, we do not have that information. We encourage you to reach out to the design team at Pacifica Interior Design
Thank you for asking. Unfortunately, we do not have information on the painting. I encourage you to reach out to Pacifica
soft. Dark wood with dark floor. White DR chairs with dark wood table. How do I keep the balance of light furniture without having white couches?
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your home to look like and have made the decision to decorate the home yourself, you need to come up with a budget. Instead of trying to guess what the
“casual family room” — mcnees
Crisp Architects
47 Reviews
Connecticut Estate
Thanks for your interest! Unfortunately as an architecture firm we do not normally keep a record of paint colors used on our projects. I will try my best
I do not recall off hand, I will try to get that info for you.
We love the fireplace, mantel, brick and wood trim. Please do post the dimensions. Thank you.
I apologize, I do not know that info, the client purchased the fixture without us.
Fireplace: do stone or tile instead of brick
I like the eating area. I wonder if we could do this in our kitchen
I like the mantel. I can't decide if I like the brick?? I think I do. :-)
risk to do it yourself without assurance that you are not removing a load-bearing wall.More about removing load-bearing walls
have a redbrick fireplace? Would you ever paint or whitewash it? How do you decorate around it? Share your photos and tips in the Comments!More: What You Need
“fire place” — gerry8
Anthony Baratta LLC
Hello! Do you know the manufacturer of the andirons? Thank you!
good launching point for the other work ahead.More: Decorating 101: Do It Yourself or Hire a Pro?
budget to do everything at once, by all means go for it. If you want everything done at once but can’t afford that now, save your money and do it all at
If you can’t afford to do it all at once and don’t care if everything is done at the same time, then you’ll be better off doing the project in phases.
Complete one room before moving on to the next one, rather than doing a little bit in one room and a little bit in another.“Living in a half-finished
“Wall color!” — julieegre
Michelle Workman Interiors
West Hollywood
Especially like the smaller boxes with the shelves, was just thinking of doing something like this in the Living room built-in bookshelf project, guess
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please do share the drapes? thanks
“bookcase” — chavbar
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