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Christiansburg, VA US 
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Sheree Ammirata Schold 
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3160 Eaglebrook Road
Christiansburg, VA 24073 
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You already have great architectural interest. I agree with many here, proportion and scale is important. You don't need much in your entry hall, but it should be larger than what you have. You might consider visual separation of the front door area vs the rest of the hallway by using a rug, such as has been suggested. You could put another rug in the back section and use it to ground your table/lamps/ wall art/bench….. There are already great ideas here. Gorgeous space to work with, enjoy and experiment a little.
July 16, 2014 at 5:29am   
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herladyship92
I agree with others have done, a long carpet runner in a vibrant colour and a re-paint of the space with some clustered artwork on the walls. And either a long bench or a church pew? We were able to get an old church pew for a song - and you could paint it any colour...
July 19, 2014 at 3:08pm     
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sandmitch
I would put a mirror over table
July 19, 2014 at 3:13pm   
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The Cure for Houzz Envy: Master Bedroom Touches Anyone Can Do

Make your bedroom a serene dream with easy moves that won’t give your bank account nightmares Full Story
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I hear you aky3, on the window coverings and morning light. I love light flooding into my bedroom as a new day starts. However, I have visited places where there was too much light outside the windows at night for me to get a decent nights rest. Black out window coverings can be "healthy" at times. The best scenario, in some situations, is to have enough window covering to provide a good sleep yet, let the light flood in when its wanted. Still, there are some people who like dark rooms, night or day, it is their comfort zone.
July 11, 2014 at 8:23am     
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aky3
Absolutely! @ Interiors Unleashed. There is definitely something out there for everybody. Problem is when you have a person who loves light share a room with a vampire :) Yikes!
July 11, 2014 at 9:52pm     
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July 13, 2014 at 3:10pm   
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You have a nice architectural feature with the granite fireplace and the sloped ceilings. I would think about painting the walls beside the fireplace black as well. Sounds serious, but look at this photo I found on Houzz. The whole wall is a feature with the black bookcases and fireplace. You could go for the blue walls in the rest of the space as suggested by nikkilaurila above but you are going to need some contrasts and bling and shine to pull it off.
July 8, 2014 at 6:59pm   
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christianelenz
This is the opposite corner of the room
July 9, 2014 at 11:10am   
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pattikee
I consider the 4" granite rise to be your backsplash. I would just paint it the same neutral color you want to use above the cabs.
July 8, 2014 at 6:10pm   
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There isn't a lot of space between the 4" granite and the upper cabinets. Painting that wall space as suggested by pattikee would certainly be an option. If you want more of a backsplash and don't want to remove the 4" granite, you might try to find something similar for a more cohesive look with the granite strip you already have. The photo below shows a white concrete with recycled glass counter top and backsplash strip plus a mother of pearl backsplash. Built-in Split Freezer and Refrigerator Virginia Estate Kitchen The other photo, found on Houzz, shows black counters with black subway tile and medium wood tone cabinets. I would try to blend the new backsplash with the old as it would help to keep the upper cabinets from looking too low. Raven Inside Interior Design
July 8, 2014 at 6:25pm   
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12 Tips for Living Well in Your Loft or Studio

Short on storage? No separate bedroom? Here's how to maximize space and turn your loft or studio into a home that suits you to a T Full Story
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Here is a photo of the window seat I mentioned above. The client added storage containers to the open bookcase type shelf below the seat for more versatile storage. The seat was angled away from one edge of the window to make more room for the dining area and it extends from the other end of the window to a wall and serves as a side table.
July 8, 2014 at 6:13pm   
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wegas15
Perfect
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