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Gillian Gillies Interiors (GGI)
3 Reviews
Condo Renovation - Waterfront.
Ideabooks501
Questions1
traditional piece from tired to stylish is the tension between the furniture style and the textile you select. Patterns like tight checks (as seen here), herringbone or houndstooth can update traditional furniture just right.
Update traditional chairs with fresh fabric
from tired to stylish is the tension between the furniture style and the textile you select. Patterns like tight checks (as seen here), herringbone or houndstooth can update traditional furniture just right. "
tension between the furniture style and the textile you select.
tight checks, herringbone and houndstooth update traditional furniture
to taking a traditional piece from tired to stylish is the tension between the furniture style and the textile you select. Patterns like tight checks (as seen here), herringbone or houndstooth can update traditional furniture just right. Ideas to reupholster the Thomasville chair and ottoman.
“Reevaluate your upholstery. The key to taking a traditional piece from tired to stylish is the tensi” — Sandy Hindy
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Fort Worth, TX: Misty Spencer
Ideabooks4,077
Questions2
The painted sofa idea is what I was looking for to update the look of my furniture pieces.
Pop of colours on vintage furniture
$30 Craigslist purchase. Spencer updated it by painting the wood trim white. The striped side table, a $20 thrift shop find, was also a DIY painting project. “I love black and white stripes,” she says. “You’ll see it all over my house.”
Update vintage furniture with painted legs or stripes. What
When you discover that this sensational sofa was a $30 Craigslist purchase, you may conclude that used furniture is the only way to go.Now comes the caution part.
“colours” — briarcl
Kathy Corbet Interiors
5 Reviews
Kathy Corbet Interiors
Ideabooks708
Questions3
Nice rug and smaller scale furniture
Furniture arrangement and colors
updating antique furniture
family friendly furniture
pet friendly furniture
furniture set up...Furniture placement
“Colors” — bsadamsblue
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Alun & Selena Urquhart
Ideabooks5,637
Questions3
1. Update tired furnitureYour purse strings will thank you for not giving a tired outdoor furniture set the heave-ho. Pull out a colour to match flowers or features in your garden, add a seat cushion and
Outdoor areas where a rug would be impractical can benefit from some stencil power. Decide on the best furniture placement, then get painting. This graphic pattern helps link the furniture, plant pots and accessories, creating a cohesive and considered look.
“Stencil” — beandon_watts
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Clear Creek Residence
Ideabooks26,313
Questions9
traditional furniture to look fun and interesting.
update lampshades to change the character of a room
white, brown & brass on furniture
between the furniture style and the textile you select. Patterns like tight checks (as seen here), herringbone or houndstooth can update traditional furniture just right.
Reevaluate your upholstery. The key to taking a traditional piece from tired to stylish is the tension between the furniture style and
like the color distribution in the furniture
Update your lamp shades. Look for simple, classic drum or box shapes and skip the pleats, scallops and odd shapes. Those styles tend to look dated
Another idea is to celebrate the architecture of the furniture with a two-tone paint application. The structure receives a dark shade of espresso brown, the drawer fronts a contrasting bright white.
“dresser color” — leannme
Susan Duane
Chair Redo
Ideabooks1,450
Questions2
bargain-basement furniture worthy of center stage at home Follow Laura Gaskill Houzz Contributor. You can also find me on Lolalina (http://www.lolalina.com/
Transform old furniture into new ideas
not an easy task and definitely is not wise for anyone with respiratory issues to undertake — but aside from those caveats, stripping your own old furniture can save money and produce good results. Tools of the trade: Chemical stripper (note that the faster-acting strippers are also the most toxic), solvent
“Whitewashed cane chairs” — jennak29
Carla Aston | Interior Designer
11 Reviews
Showhouse Bedroom for Teen Girl
Ideabooks4,470
Questions5
Vintage modern style, Miro Dvorscak - photographer This vintage 50's dresser was repaired, painted, and had new pulls installed for a fresh updated appeal. Vintage lamp was painted, rewired, and dressed with a new shade. Check out my blog posts about the design of this space at www.designinthewoods
dresser updated with green paint--not my favorite style, but still looks fresh and updated.
VassosVintage modern style, Miro Dvorscak - photographerThis vintage 50's dresser was repaired, painted, and had new pulls installed for a fresh updated appeal. Vintage lamp was painted, rewired, and dressed with a new shade.Check out my blog posts about the design of this space at www.designinthewoods
Vintage modern style, Miro Dvorscak - photographer This vintage 50's dresser was repaired, painted, and had new pulls installed for a fresh updated appeal. Vintage lamp was painted, rewired, and dressed with a new shade. Check out my blog posts about the design of this space at www.designinthewoods
“dresser updated with green paint--not my favorite style, but still looks fresh and updated.” — momface
decordemon
Decor Demon's Loft
Ideabooks2,094
Questions3
Glossy paint used to update furniture
Glossy paint used to update furniture” “red credenza as TV console to store media equipment”““This red console stands out in front of dark paneled walls.” Tip: Red has many shades
A coat of glossy paint or lacquer paired with the right hardware can update the most tired of pieces. This buffet when from garage sale reject to total showstopper with a few simple moves.
“Dresser” — Adriana Grace
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