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How to Get Your Furniture Arrangement Right

Learn basic layout rules to get a polished, pulled-together look in any room Full Story
     Comment   July 16, 2014
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djplatcow
I just tried to download the Jordan's free room planner - it won't let me unless I enter a credit card.
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Grace Reed
Fred, your articles are just amazing! Nice to know I'm on the right track. I don't watch much TV and because I hated my big, old TV and the stand, I got rid of them. I've found that my LR, and small 1st floor are more restful, not to mention, much more attractive. But, I wish I had hung on to them! I realized a small unused bedroom will make a great TV room.
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10 Ways to Bring Palm Beach Fun to Your Pad

Kick it up at home with palm-leaf motifs, splashes of aqua and citrus hues, and decorating touches with a little wink Full Story
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Love the huge palm wallpaper in 2!
July 17, 2014 at 5:28pm   
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cistein
I live in Florida and I love it--wouldn't change for the world. I also love retro, 50's inspire decor but please tone it down. I remember coming here early 70's , all condos from our NYorker families were decorated with the typical 'kisch' style. Too much color, too much lattice, too much of everything -quite fancy condos I might say . . .but oh too much of Jonathan Adler is too much for me.
July 20, 2014 at 4:21am   
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Key Measurements for a Dream Laundry Room

Get the layout dimensions that will help you wash and fold — and maybe do much more — comfortably and efficiently Full Story
     Comment   July 6, 2014
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Pat Keaton
I'm building a home. The laundry room has a built in sink/bathing area for my fur babies. A built in ironing board. A broom/storage closet. A closet for clothes to dry & that need pressing & the steamer. I do not like front loading W/D. Mine are top. The front loading makes clothes stink if you don't take the time to clean & dry it really good. I have counter tops to fold clothing. My laundry room will be very nice &user friendly. I like the way it is & for anyone to say why spend the money on that. I say why not? It's my money and we worked very hard for it. My husband DID build his business. So anyone that wants to do it their way and can do it. Go right ahead.
last Wednesday at 6:35pm     
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churcher
When we renovated our house 15 years ago the laundry was the least important room. We installed 2nd hand cupboards and sink because we ran out of money. I’ve been thinking about fixing it up for years, and now have the money, time and inspiration, so this feature and everyone’s ideas are very timely.
My laundry is spacious, it just needs more functional design and to be made into a pleasant room to work. It’s long and narrow with the top loader (love it), drier and cupboards along one wall and space for the ironing board to remain up on the opposite wall. There’s a back door to the garden and outside clothesline. Living in Sydney, Australia I use the outside line all the time, but I also have the dryer if needed. I plan to put it above the washing machine and get a big new sink. I use it for hand washing, soaking, emptying buckets, washing the big roasting pans, brushes and shoes. I will incorporate more useful cupboards and shelves, from all the ideas here. Thank you for including measurements in metric in your article.
last Thursday at 3:06pm     
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Key Measurements to Help You Design Your Dream Bedroom

Learn the dimensions that will help your bed and more fit neatly and comfortably, so you can get a good night’s sleep Full Story
     Comment   July 6, 2014
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alives
We live in an older home without A/C, so we leave our windows open at night to cool off. Since our bedroom has five! doors, furniture tends to be under the double hung windows, making them difficult to access to open and close. The room with the bed in the middle of the windows made me think of that.
July 17, 2014 at 11:21am     
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annfarr
I solved the small-bedroom problem in my 100-year-plus central-stair colonial by hunting down an antique 3/4 spool bed. Love it!
July 20, 2014 at 8:56pm     
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