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21 file(s) - Uploaded by: curvesarein
Created: May 7, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 47
We had a Tuscan bedroom but our colors were bland I wanted something more lively so this is what I did.
7 file(s) - Uploaded by: coolcasey21
Created: Aug 24, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 11
This Blue Simplicity space a.k.a. my living room is one of my many great ideas that I turned in to reality. My intension was to have a simple and low profile style. I started by having an off white low profile sectional couch with a chair. I added bright blue, baby blue, and white pillows to bring color to this plain set. The blue squared pattern rug complimented the pillows. Next, I added a glass coffee table and glass corner table, both with chrome legs to compliment the chrome bottom trim and legs of the couch set. To compliment the height of the room, I added a tall five-branch nickel brushed lamp and purposely hung up silver floating frames way up. These floating frames have blue digital abstract design to keep the theme modern and to again compliment the color scheme of the room. As a great way to make the room bigger, I added frameless mirrors on one side of the wall. Of course what would a bachelor place be without a nice set of surround sound and an LCD screen. Keeping the low profile scheme, I had to make sure that my speakers are low profile and not bulky; same with the LCD, a bigger or bulkier screen wouldÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂve been not good.
This is what coming home is all about after a long day of work; nice and relaxing! IÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂve had plenty of comments for my space from friends and family. Now itÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂs for the public to enjoy and critic. All comments are welcome. Thank you for visiting my space.
7 file(s) - Uploaded by: eeejay8
Created: Jan 5, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 44
Small foot print for this city row house but big style. Arty decor: cobalt blue tile, Calder inspired mobile, Blenko glass window, glass block and polka dot door. Whirlpool tub and seperate shower
15 file(s) - Uploaded by: eeejay8
Created: Jan 9, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 46
Creative use of 4 foot tall crawl/storage space. Formerly our storage - area you have to climb up and in to get into. I needed a studio space. Living in the city and abutted by other buildings...there was no where else to look for extra space! So with 4 feet of unimpeded head room (5 feet between floor joists – I can stand up straight!)...my hobbit hole studio space was created! It has a window, running water, electricity, lights, storage between heating ducts, my bench, work surfaces, anvil, kiln, tools....and all seats on wheels so you don't have to stand very often! You can roll from station to station! Just remember to climb up and crawl in! Believe it or not - it works really well!
23 file(s) - Uploaded by: carabrob
Created: Sep 20, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 20
This bathroom hasn't been touched since at least the 1970's. We have many limitations with space, but it is much brighter and cleaner. Clawfoot Tub was turned into a shower with new fixtures.
14 file(s) - Uploaded by: beckyjc22880
Created: Feb 11, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 13
This room was blue when I moved in. I painted it hot pink!! The pink was different but it hurt my head after a while. SO back to blue, but a better blue. I painted the ceiling dark brown partly as an experiment to see if I would like it, and partly to hide the imperfections, cracks, bumps, and glued on stars!!! Turns out, I do love a brown ceiling and have since painted the bedroom ceiling and will soon paint the bathroom. Anyone thinking about painting a ceiling dark brown....don't be afraid!! Although I must say, I think white crown molding is a must in such an endeavor.
So anyway, this is my favorite room so far but I am open to any suggestions you may have. Several minds are better than one.