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6 file(s) - Uploaded by: Megan Hamilton
Created: 16 hours ago | Flag
Total Ratings: 1
It has been a serious struggle decorating this space. I am definetly planning on replacing one set of the candle sticks so it doesnt appear to be too much. And of course filling all my frames with photos ;) This is my first home so I am a beginner! Suggestions?
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: Zina Lynn Denke...
Created: 1 day ago | Flag
Total Ratings: 5
Living area is approximately 15x17 feet with a corner fireplace, white walls and the original floors were dark green carpet. This is a single wide 17 year old mobile home. Here's the completed room. Hope you enjoy them.
I am wanting to do something different with my windows in living room. Kind of feel like the window scarves are maybe outdated. Want something clean and attractive. Have been thinking about ditching any kind of curtains all together and maybe do wood blinds. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
1 file(s) - Uploaded by: Seattle_Girl
Created: 2 days ago | Flag
Total Ratings: 3
Hi everyone! I'm trying to figure out how to add more color to my home without spending a tun of money! Right now my livingroom (my whole house actually) is brown and blue. The rug is brown and blue, drapes white, sofa chocolate brown, walls blue...
The picture I uploaded is the room now. The rug and wall art have to stay in the room (hubby is very attached). The sofa against the railing is bring being replaced with a chocolate brown sectional. And the sofa below the wall art is bring replaced by a 60" TV.
Thank you for any help and ideas! What colors could I add and what colors?
After several years, it was time to update my great room. My inspiration was a beautiful room done by Joanna on Fixer Upper. I found her chandelier, painted some Hobby Lobby sconces, and moved some things around. It's a work in progress, but here is where we are so far.