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11 file(s) - Uploaded by: Shabby Chic Of ...
Created: Dec 7, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 17
I wanted to share My Christmas home I decorated & thought HGTV was a great place to startI I was trying to post my Video but Im having trouble getting it to upload so I have to work on the video & Post later anyway here are some photos of my Home for christmas I decirated!
My living room is in the process of being redesigned for a shabby chic look. Any suggestions???
9 file(s) - Uploaded by: sueshome
Created: Oct 31, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 33
I have become an empty nester. After raising 5 kids it is time for me. I am remodeling the largest bedroom in my 80 plus yr old house that was my daughters. I have lots of work to do but to help me focus while the reno takes place which I am doing myself I am shopping and collecting so here is a few of the vintage finds I have found. The room is 14x18 I will decorate in Country/Shabby chic the walls will be Quiet Moments a soft sage green from the Tranquil collection of Benjamin Moore paint the trim will be a soft cream. I am hoping all you shabby chic lovers will help me i am looking forward to hearing from you all. I will post pictures of the actually room this week so put me in your favorites and come help me put my dream bedroom together.
11 file(s) - Uploaded by: CvonHaus
Created: Nov 8, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 73
I created a sanctuary for myself up on one of the Great Lakes. I live in LA so having a serene environment to escape to was the source of my design inspiration. White slipcovers are machine washable and keep the mood light. My color scheme was inspired by the view outside my windows - the lake the beach and the sky.
ok... I thought of things I could do with those crappy red lights in my kitchen and I thought of painting them a light green and hot glueing mums all aroung the bottom edges to difuse the brightness of the bulbs. But it didn't work!! I can still see the bare bulbs! Help! Any ideas??? Maybe glue some leaves around the bottom on the inside ( to also cover the bare looking stems I didn't want to see) I just don't know what to do now. Maybe just start all over and BUY a shade?? NAW!! I'd rather try to salvage them cuz they DO look kinda cute. I just didn't think it out all the way. Any ideas are welcome!! Thanx ;)