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sarainitaly
Also, since you are replacing couch, one without a chaise, you can swap couch with chairs. The chairs might be framed nicely in front of the windows.
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sarainitaly
Look at the family room from red door and notice what she doesn't have over her fireplace?Wink wink

You could do a faux cabinet like her tv storage unit on your opposite wall
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sstarr
The best wood-look tile I'm aware of is Wood Talk from Ergon Engineered Stone, a division of Emil Ceramica (Italy). It comes in 4 tones, including a white. You can get this in the USA, but perhaps not from Home Depot.
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peeb
You guys might want to see the before and after pics of my house to see the difference these shutters made. We added a little more stucco term and painted so it looks a bit different that way too but I think you can see how much the shutters added. They were expensive but like I said, I didn't end up having to buy a new window so that was a big savings!!
July 19, 2014 at 10:17pm   
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ohrelax
One eye open and one eye shut -- funny! I'm the same way, peeb; I have plantation shutters on most of the windows and I'm pretty OCD about lining them up! Thanks so much for posting the pictures! What a difference! Since there are four pieces, I get why you don't pull them open. Your house and your yard are really pretty.

What are you thinking, Tnischik? Plantation shutters are expensive. Maybe you should wait and put the money into a box window? On the other hand, they're beautiful and may be a long lasting solution. When I had the custom mini blind made at JCPenny they had a 50% off sale at the time, and the blind cost $600 -- and that was around 15 years ago. But Penny's has sales all the time. (Also keep in mind that 4-inch wooden blinds would provide a very similar effect and might cost less than shutters.) Which ever way you go, I think your window will look really nice. Like Peeb, you have great taste :O).
July 19, 2014 at 11:21pm   
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nicolet31
Think the room looks great. I'm In love with your floors. Do you know the manufacturer?
July 14, 2014 at 7:07pm     
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crisoli
Thanks! The floors are Bruce (antique) but as far as I know they have been discontinued.
July 14, 2014 at 7:09pm   
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July 15, 2014 at 10:28am     
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printesa
Congrats! We are waiting for the address so we can all go and have a tea:)
Very interesting the black tea,,looks like two of the teas I have (Oolong Shalimar and The Emperors 7 treasures).
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Margo
Whoooo HOOOOO dclostboy. Yes, please post the pics and the location;)
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janpell
Hello--thanks for sticking with me :) we are considering an addition, 10-12' wide, 4-6' deep.
July 3, 2014 at 8:14pm   
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Lady Von
Good morning! I found some pictures. Not sure if they represent the ideas you and your husband were leaning towards for the addition but I thought they were lovely. Maybe do a closet on one side and built-in bench seating with under storage on the other side? I would definitely add a small window in the area for more natural light. What do you think?

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July 5, 2014 at 3:53am   
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