littlemissk


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littlemissk
Locate an experienced and qualified interior designer who represents your esthetic to get some ideas (many are for hire on a consulting basis and/or a project basis) ... there are so many exciting things you can do with your space.
on Monday at 3:17pm   
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Christine Baudin
If someone wants to get rid of paneling on a budget, I did just that. I used a putty knife and smeared wood filler into the grooves, let it dry, then sanded it. I then used kiltz primer (oil based) and then a latex paint. You couldn't even tell paneling had ever been there - really! The only additional suggestion I would have is to use a mesh painters tape topped with drywall compound between the panel boards due to slight retraction and expansion of the wood boards with temperature changes, resulting in a hairline crack between panels over time. Just a suggestion to save lots of cash!
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Susan McFarlane
I can't tell if the photos are in sheets, or are tongue and groove. If the walls are tongue and groove, and you are absolutely sure you want to remove it, then I would reuse them somewhere else. This type of wood is pretty expensive.
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littlemissk
Eclectic ... deriving ideas, style or taste from a broad and diverse range of sources. If you do a search on Houzz for 'eclectic interior design' you'll get +360,000 hits ... http://www.houzz.com/eclectic-interior-design ... some members of this site have used this word as a description for what they're looking at ... and all the photos are different, from Victorian to the very sleek and contemporary. Rather than cookie-cutter design I think it offers a window into the personality of who inhabits the space. I think it's one of the more difficult "styles" to execute and like any interior design, when it is done well, it can be pretty darn exciting.
on Monday at 9:28am     
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Muriel Fred
I like "mélange" too Francesca Gordon.
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Muriel Fred
Eclecticism is life itself. Who doesn't like mixed flowers bouquets? Who hasn't hated one color when younger to simply love it later on? Life is not just one thing, one idea, one momentum, one and only one color, one and only this and that. It is a path comprised of many different things that grace our journey.
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Mak Maras
I live in the suburbs of a small town and I heard a car alarm of a car which was in the town centre!
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carthiefintexas
Several houses around us and every one of them use gardeners and LEAFBLOWERS. Nearly every day, At our place, we use that old-fashioned thing known as a rake.
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littlemissk
Depends on your decor below ...
last Friday at 9:36pm   
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saturn2009
COULD HAVE SOME WROUTH IRON TO MATCH THE STAIRWAY.
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anibanani5453
There were too many comments for me to read all, but I would definitely wait till you found a piece of sculpture or artwork without too much detail as it won't be seen from below. You could highlight the area by painting either the back wall, or just the curved area to accent it. Whatever you find needs to be to scale of the niches. You don't need all 3 to be the same. Start with one, and add as you see something that trips your trigger!
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What Goes With Leather Furniture?

If that hide-covered sofa is making you seek decorating solutions, we’ve got just the pairings for you Full Story
     Comment   July 14, 2014
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littlemissk
Hey RugKnots ... who makes the brown leather sectional in the photo you've posted in the feed above?
July 14, 2014 at 4:04pm     
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emjfla
Yep, I have dark brown leather furniture in the den and really want to add some color and "life" to the room. This was a great option for Texas but now that we're in Florida; I need to brighten things up. I hope more of you will add pics of your "leather" rooms. I need inspiration!
July 14, 2014 at 7:07pm     
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tesscat13
E Latimer-agree with area rug comments. I would move ottoman to another area in the room ( maybe even remove it) to break up "the leather" look. Get an interesting coffee table to add texture and dimension to the room.
last Thursday at 7:08am     
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The Secret to Pocket Doors' Success

Pocket doors can be genius solutions for all kinds of rooms — but it’s the hardware that makes all the difference. See why Full Story
     Comment   July 13, 2014
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Donco Designs
Pocket doors are a great design feature that can help open up a room with limited space. Pocket doors can add style to a room while also providing privacy to an area.
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Kamm Architecture
We use either pocket doors or surface mounted doors on exposed tracks, depending on the application. I love the look of the exposed track hardware, but you need clear wall space to the side of the door opening in order to make it work. The door then becomes a design feature. A pocket door essentially disappears when open, so you can create a greater flow of space.
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Paint Your Bed for a Colorful Night’s Sleep

Take your bedroom somewhere over the rainbow with a bed done up in a shade beyond the pale Full Story
     Comment   July 12, 2014
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Susan McFarlane
I apologize that I missed the point of the article. I love the idea of painting bedroom furniture. In fact, seeing this inspires me to maybe look at a different color for my guest bedroom furniture.
July 13, 2014 at 11:12am     
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Shanghai Green Antiques
Although black is a common color for beds, when one would expect to see red and they see black instead, the designers goal of creating visually unexpected and therefore interesting artistic settings may be achieved. Such was the case when we painted a red Qing Dynasty canopy bed black so that we could use it in a child's bedroom. The children love the bed and the room, and the parents love showing their friends. I appreciate that some readers will think that we are crazy for painting antiques - but to us the joy we get from actually using the bed far outweighs any lost value which may occur because we changed the original color of the piece. We simply appreciate the piece that much more!


Design Project - Mountain Forest River Bend - Shanghai China - Green Antiques

Ideabook: Mountain Forest Riverbend - Tommy Bahama Goes to Shanghai China
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sbrustein
Those sofas are very weird. They are so high and visually obstruct the space. They also look amazingly uncomfortable. I think you could have achieved the same impact using the same colors on normal height sofas.
December 28, 2013 at 1:18pm     
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najeebah1
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cool window!
July 2, 2014 at 10:14am     
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coolsamcc
You are Not comparing Identical kitchens. So technically and visually you cannot compare the two kitchens as the same. It would have been nice to see identical kitchens done in each color so that we could objectively pick the kitchen we liked best.
last Wednesday at 9:12pm     
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littlemissk
I wouldn't go with monochromatic because it will limit you in the future should you wish to change out your style and/or color palette. Something neutral that will blend with whatever you do would be my recommendation. http://www.lampsplus.com/products/brushed-nickel-black-shade-22-inch-wide-crystal-chandelier__u3573.html
June 27, 2014 at 5:15pm     
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Fourth Concept Design Studio
i sugest to explore the option on a whote cristal or black ... white cristal lamp will make the room look bigger and slick...
June 27, 2014 at 9:55pm   
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L&M a Property Collaborative, LLC
I applaud you on your boldness with your color scheme. Certainly a chandelier would be fabulous in this room. Many that others have been suggested would be wonderful. But if I may, I would make other suggestions. In my humble opinion, the small picture over the bed is out of proportion to the amount of wall space. I would either find something longer and taller, a grouping, a monogram appliqué or the like to fill the space above the bed, or leave it completely blank. If you do plan to use a beautiful dramatic chandelier, I would take down the, (please excuse my term), pom-poms near the windows. I think it would detract from your chandelier and there seems to be a lot going on up there. I very much like the bedspread, however if it were my design, I would break up the pattern with pillows of solid black and/or assorted patterns of chevron, stripes.. dots, or the like. To make it really pop, painting the headboard white would be brilliant against your beautiful walls and compliment the white sheer curtains. Then, you could add white into the pillows or other accents for an extra WOW factor. This is certainly more than you asked for, but I hope you find it helpful. This really caught my eye on twitter. Thank you for sharing your room.
June 27, 2014 at 11:54pm     
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