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2,195 Results for "Pottery Barn"

eclectic deco, This is an apartment - with large windows, that bring in great light!  The room serves three purposes: kitchen, eating area, and living room...all in one.  It was a bit of challenge to work with one big open space.  We started with the colorful ottoman and worked around that.  I was a bit worried about combining all the different styles of furniture but am hoping it worked out! (vintage ottoman, retro leather chair, modern bar stools, and French country table). Overall, I feel pretty comfortable in the space and think it turned out allright., Living Rooms Design
Boy's Built in bunks , My husband built these beds for our boys.  We wanted industrial touches, so included the metal piping as a bed rail. , Boys' Rooms Design
Easy Christmas Mantle, This is our super easy Christmas Mantle and a couple other ideas.
Visit my blog: www.GrownFromScratch.com, Holidays Design
Made for the Kids!, This is my upstairs bathroom designed for my 2 children. I wanted it to be fresh, clean, & reflect the kids. I used cream paint w/whilte chair rall & wainscoting. I purchased a white cabinet for $30 cut off the top & replaced it w/granite & an undermount sink. I found a fun mirror for $8. I purchased the accessories at pottery barn: matching curtain, mat, towels, & plates that I put on the wall for art. I used the same granite from the sink on the windowsill & over the baseboard below. I used fun blue title in the bath & white tile w/fun blue inserts on the floor. In order to fit the towels, I put them on the door & had the door swing out instead of the normal in to create more room. Finally, I used all crome fixtures throughout., Bathrooms Design
Our Little Aviator's Room, We updated our plain guest bedroom into our little aviator's new nursery. We put up beadboarding, crown molding, and painted the top half of the wall blue. The bedding and drapes are from Pottery Barn. We used vintage airplane prints for the art. We especially love the black and white of the Spirit of St Louis over Paris and the little red airplane clock from Pottery Barn., Nurseries Design
Blue and Brown DIY Jungle Nursery , I had so much fun creating this space. A lot of what you see are DIY projects. My mom (first time grandma ;)) helped me pick out the fabrics and made the bedding and window treatments. My sister, Lauren, is an amazing artist, and so she did the art work. I did a lot of the knick knacks in the room- the frames, the lampshade and the shadowboxes (which are still a work in progress). Enjoy :), Nurseries Design

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