Dytecture


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(Bachelor of Environmental Design Studies, Master of Architecture) Residential Designer with focus on Renovation, Infill Housing and New Construction

My design style is contemporary with clean lines. Every home should have a space where home owners are proud to show guests. It is my intention to find or create such a special area in each of my designs with any types of budget.
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A material board would help guide you with design decisions.
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Something lighter in decor would be my preference.
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The current color scheme works well with the era of the house. Perhaps spend the money to replace the mansard roof instead.
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More views of the patio would be helpful.
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Photos would be helpful.
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adivra
If it doesn't look good, you can always paint the oak.
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Also consider changing the wall color.
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Perhaps even a white colore coffee table to balance off the current seating scheme.
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Maureen
Ikea has ottomans/benches and they may be the safest bet with your grandchilden. They have storage under the lids and fabric can be removed for washing. May not be too hard to make and upholster as you mentioned. Good luck. http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/S89873032/#/S69908508
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debs2max
I think going with the gold/teal color scheme of prints for the ottoman and pillows is a really good idea it will balance the room out and not make it look so blah. I also think going with a round ottoman is a better idea so the room doesn't look too stiff and boxy. Good luck!
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Photos of the house would be helpful.
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Unfortunately not many options, perhaps store the items less often used in the upper portion.
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feeny
You could tuck something like this where your plant sits. In fact, your plant could even sit on it:
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Feeny- do you have a source for those steps. I could use that in my kitchen
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Lots if photo ideas depending on the style you are looking for in the search section.
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alava
Thank you! i really like modern style
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A floor plan would be helpful with furniture layout ideas.
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Hi rockdrdunk -- I would put the TV in a low cabinet like the photos. If you put it in a tall cabinet next the fireplace, it will diminish the fireplace and emphasize the fact that it's not centered on the wall as it should have been. The TV should not be higher than the fireplace and it would help if it were slightly angled, so a corner shaped cabinet would probably be even better. Then I'd hang a large clock or mirror over the fireplace.

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rockdrdunk
Wow, So helpful! Thank you Christi!
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Perhaps something along with what you have on the other wall in terms of style and color scheme.
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Adding colors through paint would be one of more economical ways to add interest and characters to the exterior.
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nada0728
Thanks! I love the idea of a trellis. That will take some convincing as DH is concerned about the brick.

The house needs landscaping...hopefully start this fall.
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Love the look of the home CM. Thanks.
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Photos showing current conditions would be helpful.
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Patricia Colwell
No crown molding this will make your ceiling feel even lower than now, the beauty of 50's ranchers was their lack of ornamentation I live in one and I like the simplicity, we did replace all the trim and baseboards with 3.5" everywhere very simple. I paint my walls and my ceiling the same color if you are going pretty light it gives the feeling that you are not sure where the wall ends. With spaces this small you need to really only have what you need in the spaces and make them special as for the hallway put in some really good LED tack lighting and turn it into a gallery for family photos or vacation ones to add some interest to the space and break it up. Use good quality furniture and acessories, drapery etc to fancy it up .
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Usually 4 feet for 8 foot ceiling.
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I have this same color scheme and a large kitchen breakfast area. What about a gray-blue?
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Perhaps something with a gray undertone to provide a bit of contrast.
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Adding up usually costs less as it doesn't require a foundation.
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Patricia Colwell
You need an architect for sure.
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Open Dorr Custom Renovation
I agree with bluenan. The addition would be a large investment in your property and will only be of value if done well. This requires a professional to answer this question as there are a lot of things to consider. Good luck with it.
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Depends on the siding material.
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Depends on the size of your family, land, and budget.
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Just for fun
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More info needed.
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Stainless steel would be a more versatile design choice.
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glschisler
Black will show water spots, white is traditional, but a bisque would work well.
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Fireclay would be my choice.
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Are you doing a complete renovation or just small updates?
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Hi small upgrades like adding a fresh coat of paint, some pendant lights over the island would be some suggestions in updating your kitchen.
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What color paint should I use? I was thinking shaker beige by benjamin moore but I don't know if this color will compliment the cabinets.
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Ideally the built-ins would be the same color as the trims if they are going to be painted white.
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Belle Chaise
They should all be the same color.
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adivra
Post pics of the samples.
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This is before and after discussion section.
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Great customized storage solutions.
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Thank you Dytecture!
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Depends on the orientation of the room and what system is being used for heating and cooling.
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I'm thinking of how heat is confined to the kitchen while the Living room is cooled by our window A/C. It's uncomfortable when preparing dinner, but we don't spend electricity cooling the heat generating space. We are considering a remodel including removal of a portion of the separating wall and I'm wondering if it will cost us more in the long run. So far we haven't figured out how to install duct work for central A/C without decreasing the finished basement ceiling height to 6'.
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What style are you thinking of?
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Delta is good as a company in general.
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Perhaps just half height built-ins depending on the size of windows and the configuration.
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liisaslot
This is the wall that will have a fireplace centered on it with stone and a beam mantle. Ideas??
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One idea is to use a color that is 50% lighter than the flooring.
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If the plan is drawn in imperial units, then there are some concerns about the inconsistent size of doors.
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shahzadhrp
thanks Dytecture for your comments here are accurate measurements
door of 2 bedroom are appx 4 feet double door of guest room is 4 feet 6 inches and single one is 3 feet door of family room is 5 feet 6 inches and door of kitchen is 3 feet i hope how you u better understand the things
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The size of room could benefit with 2 seating arrangements.
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Cherrie Hub
I like the idea of putting the desk behind the small sofa and arrange there a little working area. Also the black sofas and the black coffee table make the room darker, I would replace them (in ideal world) for something in cream, or just use some natural colour throws for now.

Replace the coffee table with something different, maybe a printed footstool, which can also work as a table? Also, I would take the current vertical blinds from the window (my pet hate) and replace them with bright cream linen draped cusrtains, with some colour curtain ties.

If you don't want to hang any art, have you thought of using some wall decals? you can find some really stylish ones online - hope it helps :)

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Thank you very much, everyone! Great ideas!

I did actually want to swap the big sofa and the TV but all the cabling/wiring is on that wall :( Love the idea of having two chairs instead of the love seat, so will see if the love seat fits by the window, or I might be able to move it to one of the other rooms.

Absolutely agree about the dark furniture, the coffee table will definitely have to go. I was thinking about replacing it either with a footstool (of a brighter colour/printed, as suggested by Maggie), or something wooden....

We do actually have a small desk that I could try in the living room... I suppose if the look works, I can always buy something a little more fancy.

I agree about the blinds (a bit tacky!), but they have to stay because our house is very close to the street, so they provide privacy... What do you think about blinds+curtains? Is that too much?

Thanks again :)
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A floor plan showing door/window openings would be helpful.
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kiesoon
Thanks for your info. Here is a floor plan. The windows are not set yet, so can be on the west or south side.
Just trying to get ideas. We are hoping to have a bath, shower, toilet in ensuite. The family bathroom doesn't need a bath, but could have if you have a good design.
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Riddle Construction and Design
You could do a wet room on the south end of the room with the tub and shower combined to conserve space. Window would go above tub, however with privacy in mind it would not be low as you have in your cad drawing. see photo. Vanities would go on the west wall with toilet on the east wall. I am guessing at the dimensions because you mention meters and in the US we use feet, but it sounds like about 9'x15" ? The location of the entry door really impacts the layout of the room, but it looks like it cannot be moved.
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Sounds like a classic color combination.


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Photos with close up of tile, too?
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rtk123
Thank you.
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Depends on the style of the room and if you want to keep the monotone look or add an accent color to the room.
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Sounds like it could work, but hard to say without able to see photos of the current bathroom.
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Not sure exactly the measurements of the island. Looks like 3 x 6 feet?
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Maureen
If space allows on the right side of island (42" it seems per above), you could extend island on one side (see pictures) and use for seating. [houzz=The Heglar's Kitchen]; [houzz=Arts and Crafts Cottage]; [houzz=No 2]
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ess536
We don't need extra seating as we have the breakfast bar with stools behind the sink.
Would beadboard cabinets be complementary to the existing ones?
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Downdraft is the cooktop cannot be moved.
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Sophie's right.
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Perhaps a lighter cream color to replace all the current gray tones.
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apple_pie_order
Light cream, as Dytecture says, but leave the gutters matching the roof. Try the Sherwin Willaims online paint visualizer. The shutters can be an accent color. Soft blue, green, terracotta, same off white as trim.
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Photos of the fireplace would be helpful.
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Photos of the room would be helpful.
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Is there enough clearance if the dinning was centered with the light?
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anitalouise12
The fixture is wrong for the table .. And of course it's in the wrong place ! Go ahead and have the fuixture centered over the table. You will have to repair and repaint the ceiling , but that's just they way it goes ! The other alternative is to get a suitable fixture with a long chain, attach it to existing junction box and then place a study hook into the ceiling , centered over the table, from which to drape and hang the fixture. That saves your ceiling but just postpones the inevitable ... Centering it over your table! And yes you need to preserve the doorway space !
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Patricia Colwell
You can get drum fixtures with chain and that is the way I would go you have a junction box it is just a little off so that would be my choice.
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Your architect should provide some elevation options given the floor plan.
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Exactly..but i'm trying to get more options. sorry if you could help me on this..
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#1 feels more traditional.
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fatgirl42
We do have a nice view out of all sides of the house. I also prefer larger windows to smaller, but am struggling with balancing the posts on the porch, so I was considering splitting the windows and adding the additional column.
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Empire Cuisine
Hi fatgirl42 . . . I like option 2 - I also like the larger windows and balancing the 1st and 2nd floors . . . lovely house - half the fun in everything is in the planning - enjoy!
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Photos and a floor plan would be helpful.
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Photos of the kitchen would be helpful.
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adivra
Green can be a neutral, just have to pick the right one.
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Aimee Sheridan-Tilghman
since we arent in the house yet, I cant get a pic.
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As long as there is a proper bathtub in the house it should be fine for most.
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Nurzia Construction Corporation
We would say go with your preference if you love showers go for a bigger shower.....but resale could be a problem as most home buyers want a tub, or need a tub if they have young children they need to bathe. If your goal is to resell the home eventually, you might want to consider keeping the tub in your renovation. Good luck with your remodel!
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glschisler
Owners both in our condo high rise & patio home neighbors are replacing the garden tubs with nice walk in showers. As long as there is a tub in the home you are ok on resale. Get what you LOVE!
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The side chairs seem out of proportion.
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A brown sofa would provide a medium blend of color ti the space.
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go with brown, I've only seen white sofas at the store. in real life they quickly turn grey (^~^)v
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Showing your inspirational photos to your architect, who in turn will draw up a set of building plans for the contractor to build on.
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Perhaps have the cabinets along the top and left wall to maximize countertop space.
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I see a small galley kitchen with the sink under the window and the oven and frig on the long wall. That should give you an alley between of three feet in width.
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I like pcmom1's suggestion of a galley kitchen with the refrigerator towards the back on the long wall. It's a small but very efficient layout. If you could add a window at that end, it would open it up quite a bit.

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Consider something that flows with the window treatments.
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I definitely need something easy to clean, but still comfortable. I've never really been too into floral for some reason aside from having some nice real (or fake) flowers, but I could do subtle floral. Since my curtains have scribbles would a rug with scribbles/waves/round patterns be too much, or is that a good thing? I'll do some measuring to see if my room is wide enough to move my bed!
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Hi Christine, I really think your neutral toned bedroom needs an accent color, to add a bit of life to your space. I like what you have done so far, and think you are almost there. So pick a colour you like and add some accessories, an area rug, throw at foot of bed, lamps, a reading chair, vase, and some wall art. Changing the placement of furniture can make huge changes to a space. As for your first question, if the rug is not the same pattern as your curtains and pillow shams it might compete with the rug pattern - lol. . . . meaning pulling the eye back and forth from pattern to pattern. Good luck and please post final pictures :-)
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White mouldings work with a variety of colors.
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thanks
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I wanted to do a little something different
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Shauna Cowley Filtz
Maybe a Versailles brick pathway, prune down the existing juniper, curve beds. Which direction do you face?
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A site plan would help you gather ideas and possibilities.
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No plastic!

Where do you live? What are your maintenance and water requirements?

Start with determining a focal point. A dry creek? Some artful mounding? Boulders? Figure out what will be giving your blank slate some structure- then proceed to plants.
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Lots of photo ideas in the search section.
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How big is the archway ? If it is small then IMO i don't think no transition colors are necessary. Can you can upload some pictures ?
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One option is to use the color that is facing the room.
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A floor plan would be helpful with layout ideas.
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Hire a reputable contractor!
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Wendy Klein
Hi Ragnhild, A chimney is needed to vent a fireplace, wood stove, or NOT-High efficiency furnace. If nothing is left that is venting the chimney, you will need an architect or structural specialist to determine if the chimney is structurally necessary to the house, and what would be required to remove it.

Our 40year old house has 2 chimney's that are no longer used -first the oil furnace was moved from the basement to the garage by the original owners, then we replaced it with a high efficiency furnace that vent out a plastic pipe located about 6 ft above the bottom of the furnace. We don't feel any need to remove the old chimneys.

As for dishwashers-I love ours-it makes it much easier to keep the kitchen tidy-and it washes the dishes! I prefer the look of the ones with a cabinet matching front-but for our house kitchen reno we went with the cheapest ikea dishwasher-its been hooked up and working great for 2 weeks now. (panel ready would have cost more than double)

above all enjoy your new place!
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tNeed an after pic
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Depending on the style you are going for.
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Agree with going with either one but not both stone and brick.
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Revolutionary Gardens
To say that stone and brick don't play well together is ridiculous. It's not quite chocolate and peanut butter, but it's darn close.
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Jeremy Rimmer
Thanks for the advice. We were second thinking our stone choice for some of the same reasons you mentioned, just didn't know it until you said those things. The stone did look a little fake. We'll go take a look at other stone. Thanks
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Or place the bed along the window wall.
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thanks!
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Photos of the kitchen would be helpful.
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sorry...
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Some are designed to take a person's weight as they might sit or stand on the table.
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I just replaced my kitchen backsplash and used a small strip of glass mosaic tile. I have a focal point in a butler's pantry (basically the end of the walkway before you turn into the dining room) where I did the mosaic on the whole backsplash. It totally updated the kitchen. I did the tiling myself. Took 4 weekend afternoons but it was totally worth the time.
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Duplicate post.
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Fence Row Furniture
It is possible, but it might be tight, depending on the overall size of your double vanity and the shower size. One way to help would be to have a tiled shower with glass door, these typically take less space than a prebuilt fiberglass one. Also, remember to think about how much storage your need in the space when determining the size and design of your vanity.
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A floor plan would allow for layout ideas.
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There seems to be a oot of patterns and the colors don't necessary go well together, especially the yellowish wall.
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Personally I don't really like the rug and it would be better to return this. Remove everything from the walls -EVERYTHING - and all pillows from the sofa! Take another picture and lets see the place again. You need to decide what color you would like to keep in the area, blue, b/w, orange etc etc. Get a nice rug that you really like-love, something to clean-up easy, and paint the walls of the living room-All same. Also the one with the 2 chairs. Some pics below for your inspiration. Everything will look amazing soon!!!
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hambirg
I like Iconic Deco's suggestion. While you are doing that, look around the room and find one thing you really love just because of how it looks (not sentimental reasons.) Find something that makes you feel happy when you look at it. Is it the color(s), the texture, the lines, etc? Then let us know what it was. I think that will help a lot.
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HI -- I think if you have a neutral or natural fiber rug that would work.
neutral -- a color that will go with the colors in the floor and furniture .
natural -- made from natural fibers such as sisal or a wool made to look like sisal .
Restoration Hardware has a very good selection of rugs
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A cream colored rug would help soften the movements in the tiles.
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debsio
Like this color choice

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Shades of blue tend to have a smoothing effect.
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Other views of the room would be helpful.
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richbr
Here are some additional images
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