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Home & Harmony
PLEASE PLEASE tell me where you got that slipcover, Ive searched high n low for something so chic. Cant find it anywhere!
shabby chic...shabby chic sofa...Shabby chic
South Philly Row House
Not advisable in a shower bath but for a powder bath this is awesome. You know how many of those you've seen in bar restrooms? A LOT! People get to "leave their mark" . LOL
Pattern on wall and mirror shabby chic paint.
For kids bath, wallpaper shabby chic
Chalk paint wall in 1/2 bath
eclectic bath...half bath
Ally Whalen Design
I do not like this shabby chic look
Love the decor in this dining area
like the country chic with some modern elements look
The different decor items
Wall decor...Fun and chic!...Cottage Chic...shabby chic
Tracey Rapisardi Design
Tracey Rapisardi Design
Shabby chic cozy
farmhouse, shabby chic style
Decorative end table
beach decor...coastal decor...Decoration Beach...Shabby chic
great shabby chic girlie room....
Love the shabby sheik look
interesting decorating idea
Angelic decor...Vintage and chic
family photo wall
I need to do something with the stairs leading to the sewing studio. Something like this, but not so shabby chic.
Shabby chic...love this decore...Wall decor...shabby chic...wall decor
Tongue & Groove
tall cotswain and bath under window.
love how shappby chic yet with color and elegant
Love this! Shabby chic
Above our master bath tub
master bath?...bath decor...master bath idea...sweet cottage bath...guest bath...Our bath?...Master bath...bath tub
Ken Gutmaker Architectural Photography
Love this look for a shabby chic bathroom --- the panelling, old radiator, old mini bench, paintings, Sunset Cove sign. Too cool for school.
Great coral color for apt bath
Coral for down stairs guest bath?
Downstairs bath or upstairs guest bath
love the color for hall bath
12. Use a chair rail to showcase a collection. Have a chair rail in the dining room or bath? Use it to display a collection of small shells, stones, sea glass or bits of driftwood. The key to making this look like a collection rather than clutter is to be really strict about what you include — don’t
don’t use a jumble of different items, and stick with one type or color.Tell us: What’s your favorite way to decorate with finds from nature?