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3 file(s) - Uploaded by: BobbyV
Created: Jun 30, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 39
The colors we chose for our house and the plants and flowers we've installed and nurtured have awarded us many good feelings upon arriving home from work each day.
3 file(s) - Uploaded by: Tabbicat13
Created: Sep 15, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 12
I found a love for reds and oranges. I tend to lean to the 70's era, crossed with Indian/Asian influences. I LOVE my kitchen table and finally found the curtains I wanted...but what about a wall colour? Do I need one?
47 file(s) - Uploaded by: mamashirl6
Created: May 18, 2011 | Flag
Total Ratings: 37
This is the family room in our basement....it wasn't a very functional space...and now it's functional for both the young and old.
I painted this Mad Hatter style Black Rabbit on the wall as you go up the stairs. Hes fun & whimsical.
2 file(s) - Uploaded by: Minspired
Created: Sep 13, 2011 | Flag
Total Ratings: 8
Boring entryway updated with simple inexpensive draperies. 84" panels were purchased from Walmart for $6.97 each. Washable... Purchased 3 panels as I needed to add 18 inches. Used stitch witchery to add extra length and adhere navy blue ribbon to seam. Also added ribbon to tie backs which were secured to the brick with velcro. Panels do not get direct sun and are beneath the ceiling so they are somewhat shielded from rain. Swing rods were secured to the brick and screws were inserted in the mounting bracket to keep from swaying in the wind. For under $25 I added some interest to the front of my boring home. Next project is finding an inexpensive hanging pendant light.
A few months ago I posted photos of my kitchen and many of you suggested that I remove the wallpaper and paint so I took your advice. We had new countertops installed, added a tile backsplash, and I sewed new curtains. My only concern is that the paint color appears too warm in the evening sunlight---almost peachy even though the color appears tan next to orangey tones. Maybe I should paint it a more yellow tone later.