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8,557 Results for "seafoam blue"

Master Bath Small Footprint Big Style, 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, Bathrooms Design
Princess room for three, We lost our son and daughter in law in Oct. 2012 and found we would be sharing in the raising of our three grand-daughters. We wanted them to feel overwhelming love and have a magical place to just be little girls and let their imagination run free. The castle was born! We created this room with mostly recycled furniture and some wood and about 5 gallons of paint. We think it came out beautiful. Three tone walls, custom bed, and darling chandelier, make this room a magical spot in our home. , Girls' Rooms Design
Tiffany blue inspired  Earth and Sea Exotic living room and Dining Room combo, Earth and Sea inspired living room. The tiffany blue couch was the catalyst  along with the sand colored carpet., Living Rooms Design
Modern and Organized Office/Crafts Room!, It took me three months to design my crafts room and office. I looked for versatile storage, that was neat and organized and easily accessible. I wanted the paint to be bold and vibrant, but not annoying. I also created various areas in the room for certain crafts like; scrapbooking, gift wrapping, painting, sewing, and bow making. I love this room and spend hours everyday creating! , Home Offices Design
Crawl Space Turned Studio!, 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!, Other Spaces Design
Powder Room Makeover, Small powder room makeover.  Pretty and clean compared to previous owner's nastiness (check out the before picture to see what we started with but we did completely strip out the fixtures and gross carpet and lived with empty space for a year!).  Now it's clean and fresh and I'm not embarrassed when guests ask to use the bathroom!, Bathrooms Design

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