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4 file(s) - Uploaded by: DesignToShine
Created: Jan 10, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 2
Developing a contemporary styled living room requires a clean, crisp and structured design formula. Use of color can be either tonal or BOLD. Symetrical or a-symetrical placement of furniture and accessories helps define the look and or flow of the room. Rooms that flow off of outdoor spaces should carry the same look and color scheme to add dimension to the overall space. Doing so, will give the impression your living room is larger in scale that it actually is.
3 file(s) - Uploaded by: natural talent
Created: Oct 2, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 0
I took a plain bare to the bone fireplace to this...
"Flameless wax candles" are a great alternative to having a real flame.
Decorating & safety come hand-in-hand.
Have fun finding
1. the owl,
2. a spider,
3. and mr. squirrel
11 file(s) - Uploaded by: renee_raub_11043...
Created: May 5, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 4
My husband and I bought our first home, a foreclosure, we didn't have a lot of money-but we had a lot of ideas! Doing all the work ourselves allowed us to spend a little more on materials to get the look we wanted. We shopped clearance and closeouts and took our time putting everything together. In the end I couldn't be more in love with my little house; and taking something that no one else wanted and turning it in to something perfect for us.
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: luzellabella
Created: Apr 15, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 3
I Found a an old wood pallet in my yard that the former owners used as a platform for a porch swing. It was made of painted redwood. I couldn't resist incorporating it into our renovations so we turned it into tables, an entry table and a console table for the living room. It was quick, easy and saved a lot on our furnishings budget.
I made this easy to sew, micro-suede, pouf ottoman for around $20. (stuffed mostly with old, clean clothes, towels, and a queen mattress cover that were going to be discarded or donated anyway. Poly fill was used only around the outer sides and top for nicer shape. The design is based on kind of a basket-ball like construction with a medallion on either end to cover where corners meet.