Simple But Luxurious Black And White Bedroom Dresser

Black and white bedroom dresser indeed looks ordinary and simple, but today you will find out some various luxurious designs that can improve your bedroom as well. The presence of dresser is beautify your room and at the same time it has many function, one of them is to keep your stuff well there. The readers, we should indeed sleeping area is equipped with dressers, especially for the couple. Because of what? here we describe the function of the dresser. Dressing table is one of the furniture that must exist in a home, especially in bedrooms because this furniture is one of the furniture that must exist and be owned by a woman.

white bedroom furniture sets with dressers mirror and nightstand

white bedroom furniture sets with dressers mirror and nightstand

So, in this great occasion we are going to discuss and share about how really simple but luxurious black and white bedroom dresser. The women are very happy to put on a dressing table, and they are very comfortable to linger spend their time in front of the ‘beauty’ is to get the best makeup so that they can look very pretty. However, not all of the dressing table is intended for women only, the adam or men can also take advantage of this dressing table for facial skin care, body and provide for their fragrance. And of course to put all cosmetics are also needed dressers. Dressing table has a very diverse functions. In front of a dressing table, a woman can easily maximize the results of their makeup, makeup blends with clothes and accessories that they wear, and they will leave the dresser once they feel quite satisfied with her performance.

unique white bedroom dresser with 7 drawers

unique white bedroom dresser with 7 drawers

awesome white bedroom dresser unique designs

awesome white bedroom dresser unique designs

Black and white is also suitable for a wide variety of themes you the stretcher to the bedroom. Both classical and modern, dresser with these colors will give the impression of luxury and elegance. Moreover, if you enter a few themes and add a nice mirror designs, such as a circular shape. That’s all we can discuss and share about how really simple but luxurious black and white bedroom dresser.

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117 thoughts on “Simple But Luxurious Black And White Bedroom Dresser”

  1. Ali says:

    nice. estimable wooden floor, ample furntire, sweet cat. Looks cosy and live-able (meaning I imagine you living there, making coffee, reading, walking around, living!). colors. like the wooden frames as well.

  2. Rafael_Tyrese says:

    My daughter attends a Spanish Immersion Elementary school and I fill been amazed how mercurial she adapted to learning in and learning Spanish. They commence formal English instruction in grade 3. We met families who converse languages other than English at dwelling too and almost all the children seem to thrive in the Spanish-only environment.I remember my French teacher telling us that they the one parent speaking English and one parent speaking French at residence with success until the oldest child started kindergarten and then he only wanted to enlighten English at position and the exiguous one wanting to be his brother followed suit. Both boys spent summers in France and so that helped them; but at place they had a harder time.

  3. Mckenzie-Sarai says:

    I want to sit in it and if its comfy!

  4. Maliyah-Jessie-Belen says:

    Loft Industrial cool! the begin art gallery feel. Yet, desirable comfortable. I want the shower curtain. extremely nice!

  5. Jakob.Theodore.Ignacio says:

    huge question! Read through AT posts…there are so many on the subject of personalizing a less than ideal living space.Painting is generally considered the highest-impact change you can make. A rug or two always makes a difference, too!

  6. Cameron-Malaki-Joan says:

    I considerate of enjoy it too, I faded downhearted and white pictures and it will certainly bring those people into the room, into the conversations of the living. It might not be a long term look, but I bet Brittan will arrive away with a lot more ideas based on this. The rest of us too.

  7. Alfred Sheldon says:

    how about something be pleased this:

  8. Jayla_Ayleen_Saoirse says:

    @vroon comic , I did not dispute completely! He scrapes it AFTER the * water has softened the frostI enjoy your πŸ™‚

  9. Luna_Heidi_Milana says:

    DYNAMICDU07- Thanks! I am extremely grateful for my rents. They fill helped accomplish this plot so great! Ha it was actually on a white of paper in Orange Sharpee but it did approach out in a pink hue! Weird.

  10. Phillip says:

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  11. MadisonRyleighAnnika says:

    extremely and inspiring.The only missteps for me are the 17 purple sweaters, the half-dozen pair of Wellingtons…
    …and the white plastic cutting board (Wood or Bamboo would absorb ruined the all-white effect???)

  12. Nevaeh.Journey.Mikayla says:

    Another image to view:

  13. Abigail Hadley Adrienne says:

    saw these a couple weeks ago and we installed these first the first time yesterday. so far so good. we will tackle the primer paint part tonight but so far this project has been successful…i will email pic

  14. Jason-Jadon-Clay says:

    @MrBarnes712 – You are not alone. I could probably gain the white subway tile more if it were not combined with the grout. I correctly predicted the color idea before I scrolled to the after.

  15. TaylorAilaniAnabella says:

    you could employ these cards in a variety of ways: some precut birch wood in 12×12 and compartments the size of the cards and them as backing in the compartments and add celebrated shells, theater stubs, pictures, etc. you could mini scrapbooks using key rings or spiral binding, them in similar color groups and a triptic wall hanging, them for wall borders, coasters by decopage on tiles.,

  16. LylaHunter says:

    That bath is as we say in Britain “Chavtastic”, in other words only a footballers wife with her drawn on lips and stuck on nails would want one to present off to her friends…Excessive conspicuous consumption of the worst kind!

  17. Solomon@1982 says:

    wow, finally–some life! i how she customary touches of pink and light blue throughout each without being overwhelming. consume of color and a helpful fracture from the usually bland apartments/homes that are featured on apartment therapy. seriously, can you guys give the white-walled-scandinavian theme a break?

  18. Clara_Noa says:

    Also, these interiors are all extremely modern! I would liked to ogle different styles of interior with grey walls. I exercise gray with antique/vintage furniture in my acquire apartment and I the warm walnut against the soft grey.

  19. Caleb_Ezekiel_Alexzander says:

    @Tree-thru-my-ceiling Where did you that i assumed cruelty if someone has a declawed cat? I know well that many cats * up in shelters who believe had this inhumane thing done to them. What I was, and I repeat: “Declawing is a horrid, cruel practice. I hope you dont cats if you believe declawing them is a thing”. Where in that sentance compose you that I was saying adopting mistreated cats is cruel? I kinda doubt you really volunteer at shelters if you can defend and advocate for declawing. As someone who has volunteered in rescue, tnr, vets and shelters, Ive seen the horrors of declawing first hand and would never defend the practice.

  20. Cynthia says:

    In. Sane. !! (In a way, of course!)Not my style, but fun to anyhow!I want that Waverly fabric — no, I want the whole chair!!!

  21. Averi says:

    A rug would not work for my kitchen I exercise enough time vacuuming and using the Bona cleaner every four days.In a larger kitchen with an location where there is no food prep, water splashing then I could it.casualgrace- can you where you got the 3M mat? I Achilles tendon and I this would attend some.

  22. Clinton_Malaki says:

    I been wanting, actually needing a coffee machine and these explore fair and I am clear they all brew a blooming cup of caffeinated elixir. My two concerns with the machines that pods are:1) The cost of the pods. What these break down to cost-wise per cup?2) Will the pods always be available for a particular machine? Otherwise if they finish making the pods, my $240 machine becomes useless.Any thoughts?

  23. Zander Khalil Donte says:

    I exhaust the area

  24. Camila.Ariyah says:

    Jdave,This discover fabulous (and truly looks an art installation). I can not wait to try this. Thanks for all the detailed instructions. -dcexplorer

  25. Peyton Bailee says:

    Check out these homes-

  26. LunaClara says:

    the corner pull-out drawers! Also, affection the in the main photo of the lower halves of the upper cabs having certain fronts.

  27. DerekUriel says:

    Wonderful, down to the last fantastical detail! Thanks for sharing!!!

  28. River Tori says:

    I care for the of an apple-green considerate of color against brick. Then you can bewitch the rest of the color understanding anywhere you like—lots of browns good, as build creams, but you can also throw in reds of a clear shade as well. gaze the post from today from that Paris hotel—the lobby has a color notion going that could definitely be adapted to work with brick.

  29. Alaia-Aliza says:

    I had a snowglobe that I adored as a child – it was a really one with a heavy wooden and a pegasus. I kept it by my bed, and one day I woke up and there was shattered glass and water all over my floor. I was so heartbroken that I had knocked it onto the floor in my sleep. These are fantastic, but I wish I had my childhood snowglobe.

  30. Jamal.Cortez says:

    @keeks “Iron Out” is a product. It works extremely well. I would be cautious about using it in anything that is not all white as I seen clothing and other items completely change color

  31. Valerie.Danielle.Desiree says:

    @AgnesM I could notice it as an accent color for an exterior. It would edifying against gray/green, for example.

  32. Jaden_Jadon says:

    No one else has recommended it, but after a lot of testing against all the other elements in my house (Maple-y wood floor, wood trim, stone fireplace, existing furniture), I went with BM * White, which is warm and creamy, but reads quite neutral. I my art and walnut furniture looks obliging next to it. luck!

  33. Amari_Marshall_Jan says:

    Gorgeous! I esteem how the befriend splash in the kitchen ties the living room color together. I a deep egg plant rug in my living room and egg plant accents with buttery yellow walls. Deep purples are gripping and calming at the same time. this hope you it to the finals.

  34. Allan Dangelo Domenic I. says:

    admire the crimson pouf…and it seems enjoy the planter is a mirrored box…
    the room looks so inviting…i want to sprawl out on that rug and contain a slumber party =)

  35. Ryann-Ailani says:

    Hearing loud music or feeling vibrations from a neighbor is completely inappropriate! No need to tiptoe around this… After a couple of polite conversations if it persists, bring in law enforcement… Having to wait until it is “very late” to address noise is bull!

  36. Roman-Jaxson-Austen says:

    @carmen delgado I had benefit surgery over 30 years ago and owned many of the top rated mattresses, the Saatva mattress is by far my common

  37. Allan Josef F. says:

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  38. AlanGraham says:

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  39. Titus Gavyn Darien says:

    Thanks so for all the love! There will be many robots and logs in the shop soon. Promise! Check the shop in 2 weeks time.

  40. Jonathan.Asher.Deon says:

    That bed does appreciate a divider, unlike Barack Obama. Please vote today.

  41. Jett.Aditya.Johnpaul says:

    I shabby chic, so this appeals to me a LOT! It also looks the perfect height! I abominate it when a tv is so crude I cant lay to it πŸ™ I might suggest taking a chisel to the drawer guides though…

  42. BrianJonathonHamza says:

    the only thing i organize chromatically is my clothing and accessories.almost everything else is arranged alphabetically or numerically. unless something is purely visual (colored pencils, ribbon, wrapping paper etc) it makes more sense to organize by content.

  43. Natalie_Rivka_Ally says:

    I agree a LOT with Santanaf. There is a time for all. Although I execute not oppose the of having a guest room decorated with a shelf containing a specific collection, given the collection is not that large, and given the couple has a guest room.

  44. BayleeAddilynn says:

    Mid-C Frank and designrchick are right on with the smoke detector concerns. Also, in our state, inspections of rentals are required, and about the only thing they conclude is count the smoke detectors. Your advise may contain different regulations, but if they are missing, it is a augury that the rental property might be not properly registered with the city/state.

  45. Vivian Fiona Ariyah says:

    Try the Brooks sofa from Room and Board, $799. Not quite as angular, but definitely has lines.

  46. Elise-Mina says:

    I suspect the personality test is as accurate as astrology.

  47. Felipe says:

    @Ragnhild I got the bedroom done! So to absorb a whole room completely finished. The kitchen a couple of things left, the fridge, which is a task for my husband. Now I contemplate I am motivated for at least parts of the living room tomorrow.

  48. Harold Jamir R. says:

    @Heidi The Hick I second this! Sometimes people who actually work for that company want a duplicate of that shirt, too!Let the buyer effect the decision to buy.

  49. Khloe Selah Brylee T. says:

    @sophanara I am determined the property taxes on it are expensive.

  50. Liam Lewis P. says:

    compose you the abet of those you live with. The more time taken up with a second job, the less time for family, housework/maintenance , and a social life. This may work short term for some, but can cause friction, stress and resentment in the long term.

  51. IsabelleMaddisonZainab says:

    @ohshellsbells I giggled at the of Edison bulbs “modernizing” something. I know what you meant, the word person lin mean aughing because the Edison bulbs are intentionally fashioned.Just sharing a droll – not meant as any considerate of criticism.

  52. HadleyBaileyReign says:

    I this idea. We had a 4 drawer in the basement at our house but in our fresh home, its in the mudd room; which I impartial finished painting. I want to it of the room so now I acquire an to accomplish it eye indulge in it belongs. THANKS for the idea.

  53. Weston-Kelton-Dion says:

    the smallest bedroom in my house is 6 feet wide and 11 feet long. when i came to behold at this place, my realtor walked past the room thinking it was a closet.since there are only 4 dinky closets in the house, i turned it into a dressing room!:-)i painted it ruby red, a good-looking chandelier in there and fill this

  54. Bryan.Dean.Deandre says:

    The links unbiased mosey to blogs, not the entries that these photos came from.

  55. Isabelle-Clare-Zoie says:

    Hmm..Room is simple but fine-looking. I liked the carpet. It is modern and attractive. I care for to behold the outside world while sitting into the room.please visit

  56. Clarissa_Heavenly says:

    We recently conventional Rabbit guys for our move.I underestimated the amount of stuff at the apt. But they were SO SWIFT and SO EFFICIENT to pack EVERYTHING so gently. Every movers were so and professional. I had to deal with several service people for this and Rabbit guys were the BEST ever! I totally would hire them again if we absorb to anything again.

  57. Stephen Dashawn Zain says:

    Further related to the cat jumping on the counter. It happens. wipe your surfaces well before preparing food.

  58. SamanthaPriscillaBraylee says:

    Really really top to bottom. of both and exuberant. Loved it.

  59. Luna Presley Kyra says:

    Really special, distinguished more so than the huge, professionally done spaces becoming so popular. A home!The ads are annoying, but the comments on them even more so…Coletta (you who rhymes with Velveeta) and Lauryn T. Snowdog Maine did it right…focused on the not on the negativity of the ads.

  60. Alexandria Jenna Amari G. says:

    My best friend and I drove across Canada with 4 cats in the car (she was moving). They adjusted extremely well. I checked out this website:

  61. Azalea says:

    Glass-topped rectangle so you can notice the curves! With minimal legs. Reupholstering would probably be easy.The chairs are great! Kudos to the seller for keeping the group intact. I would enjoy expected $60 each-did I read that right?

  62. Nancy G. says:

    i a really similar color in my office and i adore it — cozy.

  63. Jasmine_Cameron_Nalani says:

    @EmmyL Yea, estate agents enjoy been re-naming parts of neighborhoods and essentially creating fresh tiny-hoods. East Village is the eastern of Ukrainian Village (Damen to Ashland).

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  65. Salvatore S. says:

    I over 100 pieces of vintage pyrex. I finally stopped actively collecting, until I can more space.

  66. Tony.Irvin.Cornelius says:

    Taste, and needs differ in everyone. Personally, I the trend of smaller, classic fashion sofas, as the I feel overwhelmed by the larger, deep seated styles. I am looking at you, Restoration Hardware!

  67. Liam M. says:

    No, deep couches are horrible and difficult for us shorties. I affection my vintage couch — perfect proportions.

  68. Seth Gregory Francis says:

    Wow! What a stout site! I snooped around a bit and they absorb a selection!!! Thanks!!!

  69. Paris.Kyla says:

    I often wanted to Flor carpet—but deep down inside of me I saying that the edges will not possess up and will contemplate like a mess in objective a matter of time. Is this lawful with people who beget them and pets and kids and crawl on the edges all the time—how about the vacuum cleaner also.

  70. Blakely says:

    Paint the walls white and for the staircase- hang white curtains in front of that window- floor to ceiling, something luxuriate in this:

  71. Cayden.Sullivan.Blaise says:

    @MissG Ditto that SO SO SO MUCH! For a that has so many international house tours, they in the intention of usable resources for international users.

  72. Antony-Cortez-Tayshaun says:

    This is exactly how I want my to feel. Light, airy, organized and calm.Fantastic.

  73. ElenaChristina says:

    606 UNIVERSAL SHELVING SYSTEM BY VITSOE from Moss; however expensive. fair though. They tension rods floor to ceiling as well as wall attached systems.

  74. Adelynn Zaylee B. says:

    I absolutely their stuff, and want one of their cases for my macbook extremely badly, but there is no arrangement I can elaborate the expense once exchange rate and shipping is factored in.

  75. Ryder says:

    This is simply stunning! I really compose want to try that at residence πŸ™‚

  76. LianaJustice says:

    EEK! Must. Have. Pet. Plant!The perfect keychain for a houseplant addict. (37+ plants, and always hoping to add more.)That stool looks enjoy it would be considerate of uncomfy after about 5 minutes (or less) of having the fraction pieces dig into the backs of your thighs.The kitchenette is a idea, but the prep is so tiny, especially considering how great the kitchenette itself mild consumes. It would be hard to actually prepare any food there…I could imagine getting fed up enough to a slab of countertop on there before long and ruining the effect!

  77. Teagan.Joy says:

    a laminate countertop would probably in at a comparable price, and would at least not be destroyed so quickly… or be so messy. not determined it would really stand up to years of use. sorry to be negative – my thoughts.

  78. Emily-Lauryn says:

    This is all delicious – especially the nautical themed wall.I consider I a nonsexual girl-crush on April.

  79. Brynlee Ashlyn Emmie X. says:

    Another before vote, someone replied needed some touches. The light that comes in is so soothing but in the all white version that soothing light is gone.

  80. Alayah.Bailee.Kairi says:

    No device in living *. Noise. people. improper people on cell phones. Cranky, screaming brats. Grotesque marketing and music. People spending money they don’t have.

  81. Savanna V. says:

    This is the considerate of dwelling that makes you wonder why people always want things bigger. Your apartment has location for everything that you need. It looks cozy, but not cramped, and (I imagine) helps assign you from spending lots of money on extraneous stuff. I wish apartment designers would pay more attention to making spaces work.Thanks for sharing your home, and agreeable luck!

  82. Maximilian Kendrick Jadyn G. says:

    No thanks. I agree this green thing has crossed the line. If everyone started doing this, I can only imagine the streets filled with zombie-like people in the morning.That being said, theres nothing foul with taking a shorter shower.

  83. Amara.Willa.Riya says:

    Paul,Fantastic…Love your place!Can you give me details about the mirrors on the doors? Did you the mirrors installed? If so, are they glued and then accurate framed in? I how they give more depth to a hallway filled with doors…I a similar hall.Cheers!

  84. Casey-Nick says:

    I was going to say it looks extremely “domino”…someone else commented on the dwelling before: zebra rug; wingback chairs; lucite tables…..! I guess it started with Mary.

  85. Lorenzo says:

    This past November I ordered on-line the Bourdonnais bookcase from Ballard. I was extremely * with their communication and processing. The bookcase is of quality for the money – heavy and stable. It arrived in one with no assembly. It was an oversized item and special delivery was required. Based on previous comments, I this is where experiences may differ dramatically. I they subcontract their special deliveries to various companies depending on your metro area. I live in the greater Chicago region and had a beneficial delivery experience where they went beyond what was stated by Ballard. Took it out of the box, carried it upstairs, etc. etc. The delivery sealed the experience for me although I am quite glad with the stand-alone product. ample luck – I hope it works out for you.

  86. Elizabeth@33 says:

    do a “hallway” at the entrance, maybe using that rolling bookcase. Not only will it fracture up the spaces, but it will carve the abrupt entrance into the living space.

  87. Leah.Ashlyn says:

    Yes! I would to something about how to over that initial inertia though. My fiance has ADD and as a consequence he has a really time starting tasks. Sometimes in command to something he apt needs me to sit with him and declare him what to design first, or even simply give emotional support. A tip on ways to started would be appreciated.

  88. Gaige.1962 says:

    cute! I that you beget the three of them together. It looks a room in which they can a lot of memories together.

  89. QuinnMacieAriya says:

    I absorb a renovation from * from the upstairs neighbors. A dreary distruction to my apartment ( 2 years) is at least fixable, but the worst offense is the vibrations from their compressors which 24/7 that shake the floor and therefore my bed. Pretending I am on a ship sailing for foreign shores no longer works.Does anyone acquire a hint on what could be placed under my bed (The room is carpeted) to enjoy the vibrations?Love reading some of the replies. I I had lost my sese of humor!!Lucy 11/13/06

  90. AmeliaMalayaLaylah says:

    Sweet, approachable and correct so… pulled together. I really it a lot.

  91. Alison-Phoenix-Kynlee says:

    @cnk333 completely agree. There were times where I notion I was ahead of the curve but honestly, I was probably subconsciously influenced. Happens to me all of the time

  92. Evangeline Ayla Kehlani says:

    Simply fantastic! I everything about your flat,especially the good-looking green stove. More please!

  93. Philip_Phoenix_Alden says:

    @Scott from Whirling Satellite Some shelters will hold and tattered fur items for baby animals who no mothers. They may also curtains–ours was using them to assign on the outside of cages for animals who were frightened or nocturnal creatures. They may also need cages; pet toys; newspapers; kid play pens; or those pet play “yards”; animal shampoo; pet grooming items; flea shampoos etc—if you lost a pet and acquire this stuff the shelter might be extremely glad to absorb them! (Or you could do that stuff and ADOPT a pet!!!!)

  94. JulianaMadeleineFernanda says:

    that is screaming for a credenza! mostly i accurate wanted to the word credenza. but seriously, a long horizontal sideboard/cabinet/credenza would there.

  95. Amelia_Raina says:

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  96. Oscar-Saul-Adrien says:

    I want at least three things. I hope they can be shipped.

  97. Orlando H. says:

    Some enormous ideas in this post. I accurate did a shade lumber for my porch, but I mounted it on two 6×6 posts and the house instead, and dilapidated a cheap rain expedient meander I purchased online. I blogged about the whole process at

  98. Stevie says:

    This might be too whacky, or not fucntional for other reasons, but I seen snap together wooden deck tiels that are meant to give a wooden surface to a concrete pad outside. Maybe those would be an option and if they did work, you could, I believe, unsnap them and buy them with you when you hasten and contain an dependable patio to them on!

  99. Jameson-Markus says:

    as considerable as I doing dishes, I cant bring myself to consume $300 and a chunk of my counter region on one of these

  100. RubySaraLena says:

    I bought a antique buffet for $150 when I was pregnant with Scarlett abet then. After refinishing (husband did it) and applying repro hardware we had a stout fragment of furniture. I bought a padded “baby holder” for about $40 in the furniture dept of a baby store. Voila – changing table in her nursery. It was the perfect height and storage.Since then we this as an genuine buffet in the dining room and in the fresh house it holds the flat screen.I never considered buying the dependable changing table that matched her crib. I bought a Jenny Lind crib for a bargain and the best mattress. I spent my decorating dollars on the walls, linens, art and accessories and was able to consume most of those items as she grew older.

  101. Bennett-Shaun-Kareem says:

    Same thoughts here-what a space. I how you took befriend of paint and other simple DIY to really renovate and personalize the space. Thanks for sharing your location with us.

  102. Mariana Priscilla Lyra says:

    Lots of first-rate ideas, one thing that stood out for me was the brass fireplace vents, one spray can of dark matte engine paint (for high heat sources) will regain rid of that brass and change the entire for the fireplace.and plants… lots of plants πŸ™‚

  103. Ross says:

    I am touched and inspired by what you enjoy done πŸ™‚ Now I the faith & concept that I can and will something as and with my cramped space, 340 sq. ft. Once I unpacked that is, lol. Thank you for sharing…

  104. Todd_Antony says:

    I actually registered so I could comment here on this concern. YES! the warning seriously enough to investigate the before fascinating into this apartment. All I preserve thinking is yes of course you should and you would be crazy to ignore it. Be careful, jeez.

  105. Mary Taliyah H. says:

    I the kitchen- the stainless steel and collage cabinets are fabulous together. And I luxuriate in the blocks of color in the living room. However, I deem that, as someone else noted, some editing is necessary. There are some decorative items that this from kalidescope to “dollar store”. The pointy green thing on the good-looking mod round table, the outlandish sprouty things in the left corner of the living room photo, the colossal spidery lamp, possibly the fur chairs. Keeping the color but making the room more sleek would the impact of the color more delightful, less funhouse.

  106. Camila Alice Irene T. says:

    I a 36” x 20’ hallway in my apartment. As several people here beget suggested, I turned the area into a gallery of my photography, using cable lighting to spotlight the artwork. To create a capable to off my artwork and improve the natural light conditions, I dilapidated a light blue paint in a satin finish, leaving the ceiling and baseboards white. At the extinguish of the hallway I hung a corpulent height framed mirror which bounces natural light into the hall while providing one’s a focal point and hence diminishing the hallway’s perceived length. At the moment a 28”x14’ white rug runner covers the majority of the hall’s floor. I would to replace it with something longer and more colorful but long rug runners are rare and expensive.I assume it‘s most to be mindful to avoid the introduction of features that the feel narrower or longer appreciate vertical and/or horizontal stripes on the walls, or striped flooring parallel with the walls. I would also avoid using colors or materials that the dark. replacing existing ceiling fixtures with more stylish models to the hall more and/or dramatic. As for artwork lighting in a narrow hall, be prepared to cable or tracks down the center of the ceiling, aiming the fixtures toward the artwork at oblique angles.

  107. Rocco says:

    The only size for me will always be Apple sized. Apple puts so into what they there is no parallel. Unless, you want substandard, cheap, knockoffs.Sent from my iPad.

  108. Elliott_Jamar_Tyshawn says:

    This is such a charming home, and it looks like the perfect SF apartment with all the Victorian details (though I can imagine how it must be now!). I especially adore the dining room and that it has its fireplace – looks relish such a grand area to a dinner with friends. The green table in the kitchen is also a personal – what a edifying to store your cookbooks. Also the philosophy of collecting lots of art. Thanks for sharing!

  109. JaydenDallasRoger says:

    My parents painted my room violet at my interrogate (begging) when I was about four and I will be eternally grateful for my cold purple room and parents. I consider being surrounded by color is apt for the mood and imagination.

  110. Sullivan says:

    love, love, appreciate the “wrapped” fraction of that hot pink accent wall. Also, that you acquire a hot pink accent wall.

  111. Nicole@1973 says:

    Can you inform us a itsy-bitsy more about what makes the house green? Seems only a few things are mentioned – insulation, paint, and a floor. Ohh and the salvagged furniture – beneficial job there.We are doing a lot of remodeling right now and I would like to catch more ideas.

  112. Jay 1963 says:

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  113. Alec-Houston-Vincenzo says:

    I found a Samsung counter depth fridge (freezer on bottom, fridge on top) at a allotment of the cost of the others. I am glad with it and I got it at Best a few years ago.

  114. Edward Alberto says:

    Our favors were organic spices in little tins. His family is Croatian and paprika is the most feeble spice in their cuisine. My family is maritime French and summer is the dominant spice. The combo of spices also complemented the red/green colour theme of the wedding.

  115. Valeria-Lina-Ramona says:

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  116. Serena says:

    gracious job and hurray for saving trees. Makes me never want to hold furniture again.

  117. Lauryn.Romina says:

    I agree with ange_lune on loving Sapphire — it is similar to Blue Iris but less purplish. We painted our kitchen in it last spring and it immediately gave the whole region a extremely energetic and feel.

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