How Fabulous Design Ideas Chaise Recliner Today

Chaise recliner really will make your days better in enjoying the moment in the house or outdoor. Some of the designs of chaises today, grab them and enjoy with family on them. Called by the name recliner chair relaxing garden which is the latest of Leolux ultra modern design with very functional. This chaise design envelops you with a high backrest, armrest integrated with concave cradle is simple, all the parts into one solid. Fine lines of this chair makes you feel comfortable lying on the back along the curved shape, ending in a corner.

Chaise Rocker Recliner with chocolate color

Chaise Rocker Recliner with chocolate color

So, in this great occasion we are going to discuss and share about how really fabulous design ideas chaise recliner today. Which serves as a recliner chaise lounge chairs or chairs to relax in general sleeves (arm chair), so it is informal. And supple ergonomic backrest made at an angle, so that people can lie down with two legs straightened. Sometimes, lounge chairs can be used as a means of lying when they want drain  bodies in the sun. The use of lounge chairs is not only in the family room or living room watching television, but can be used by the pool, on the beach, or in the flower garden. A set of chairs composed of a chair and a small table lay low for drinks. Full color variations, ranging from natural, brown, green, white, black or even gray. Other design-sized chaise recliner low and luxurious, with a comfortable curve and the frame on the floor. This design was created by Riccardo Belli will overshadow you in a comfortable chaise cushions, but contemporary style does not reduce the comfort of this modern chair.

Awesome Douglas Chaise Recliner cream color

Awesome Douglas Chaise Recliner cream color

Unique amazing gold chaise recliner with 2 pillows

Unique amazing gold chaise recliner with 2 pillows

This modern design comes in a recliner models, elongated version made specifically for relaxing. The compact design is inspired by the shape of an egg. Recliner fun features a wide selection of colorful layers. That’s all we can discuss and share about how really fabulous design ideas chaise recliner today.

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  1. HaydenMarcusKale says:

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  2. Darian_Fisher says:

    The fireplaces clearly seems to be SunJel ventless with logs. logs placed nearby to push the illusion. I really want to try this out in my next place. The fire box can be custom made without all the masonry work of a fire place. The ones in this apartment compose objective a bit dodgy and out of proportion. serene it works well, and the apartment is nice, though I could not vote it one of the best.

  3. Lydia-Juliet-Madyson says:

    Dang, another garage! What is going on here people? First the house trend, now the garage conversion. I adore it!!

  4. KhloeFatimaKara says:

    chop off your hands. It is the only to keep from being * in by the siren song of this evil, gross machine.

  5. Josef Vincenzo V. says:

    I assume that VisuaLingual brings up an point — the proportion of the mat to the artwork. I would suggest using standard mat sizes as a reference point for cutting your own.

  6. Efrain.696 says:

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  7. GiaElianna says:

    Ahhh! My dinky M would depart crazy for this book. yesterday she caught a moth and we it in a bottle to it home. On the device she “I feel weird. This moth should be free but I want to it.” I that at 5 she already understands the pull for nature vs science. She ended up letting it go…

  8. Alexandra.Sylvia says:

    MISSED!A glaring oversight has been made. Thank * for online comment boxes.

  9. Josiah says:

    well, even if it was for a “party” or whatever, the collected SUCKS. it reminds me of the first episode of a season of design Star, where everything is disjointed and * because there was no communication among the contestants.

  10. Reed says:

    Anyone know of any places in Atlanta where I can of few? TIA

  11. Vincenzo-1971 says:

    Not certain if this would fit in with the Steampunk theme, but I this print was awesome.

  12. Esme-Mariyah says:

    whoops! not 6. #6 seems a bit candy that is so sweet it hurts your teeth. meant to type 2, 4, 7, 9.

  13. Tinsley P. says:

    of dim & white & grey in majority allows items of interest to pop out, even when they are off-white, such as that K sink & bath tub. this paint seems to some wall imperfections, too. unless it has window to outside, bed should be moved out of closet for health & safety & reasons. could be extinct for storage, darkroom, office, not for sleeping. liquor stored on radiator is tall to develop different kinds of vinegar.

  14. Kenneth_Stephen says:

    Thanks Everyone!! I would to a * house tour- there are so many more photos to fragment and a floor plan! If you would be pleased to observe more of my work please feel free to visit my website -xoxo

  15. Bradley.Davon says:

    I clarify his as…unfinished. He is handy and loves to things…build rooms, renovate bathroom, etc. The thing is he does the job about 80%!! I once he realizes he CAN it, he is over it. em though…and he is always willing to me w my projects (80% that is).

  16. Marcos_Deven_Quinten says:

    Washing by hand may not be green, but in York, where your landlord pays for your water, most rentals attain not acquire dishwashers. So dishracks are a must.That said, as a city, current York is green (population density, widespread of public transport, cramped living, and so on), so I we probably up for it in other ways.

  17. Jonathon German Austen B. says:

    I worked at a vintage store in college and I remember a similar piece; you pushed down on the middle part and up popped a mini bar. It was awesome. Broke college me could not afford it. To this day, I wish I would bear in on the Visa, it would believe been worth it. So, does anything happen if you press down a bit on the middle piece?

  18. Aubrie.Edith.Arden says:

    This building to a sea plane in the days that would actually people to Marshall Fields in the loop to shop. Long before Lake Shore Drive and cars were zooming everywhere.Your monthly building fee is around $700 per month apt for a one bedroom. Of course that does not even include your mortgage payments. If you hurry in, you acquire to down 20% of the occupy label in approach and bring a astronomical stack of recommendation letters.

  19. Ignacio says:

    I been sick for over a month, after living withtwo of these rugs in my room for 6 months. I feel my immune system must enjoy been inpretty shape, tho now … ? If it is an allergy, it is the only one I have.Does anyone know a chemist so we can out what thetoxin is? There might be some antidotes or treatmentfor faster recovery, better health. And if there is to be a lawsuit, that will need to be known.

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  22. Lena_Kaylynn says:

    Becca,Salvage One.http://www.salvageone.comA lot more expensive than alley finds, however.

  23. Zaniyah says:

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  24. Bryson-Adriel says:

    We made a green driveway, literally (as in grass) and environmentally, to allow for better of our frontage, as well as to better link the front and backyard. We recycled plastic grids sourced from Vancouver which prevent ruts from forming (due to the weight of the car) and allow the grass to enjoy deep (protected, considerable and drought resistant) roots. The result is a carpet of lush green grass, and no gigantic mass of asphalt or blah interlock.It looks spacious on our home, and furthermore, it allows rain water to trickle into the water table and not be forced into storm sewers. I would everyone to this sustainable and innovative solution!

  25. Richard Rodrigo Adrien P. says:

    Looks great. I believe I the change above the stove the most. nice!

  26. Timothy Malik Corbin says:

    p.s.– These would on your kitchen counter:

  27. CorbinKyanSterling says:

    I decorating with windows. The best ones are always at construction auctions and Habitat for Humanity ReStore!

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  29. Simeon says:

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  30. Athena_Ciara says:

    My first when I clicked on the link was “I WANT TO LIVE HERE”. adore it.

  31. AveryBilly says:

    Who cares? I am unprejudiced blissful as long as there is toilet paper in the bathroom.

  32. Logan Diego Jace C. says:

    Suitcases acquire expedient stash spots for those un-wanted things you refuse to toss!

  33. Marlon says:

    wow, and honest enjoy that, 50 % of the critical posts disappear!

  34. Blair.Joselyn.Aubrielle says:

    I luxuriate in the look, funky fun. It will light up that corner which is what was wanted. Not necessarily for reading, but to unprejudiced light it up and if you wanted to exercise it for a dinky read, you CAN see. I affection sticks and branches. I former to bear two white ash branches, all a bit curvy, hung across two windows and clip on rings to hang simple white curtains, I loved it. Plus you two devour such glad souls 🙂

  35. Adaline Holly Ann says:

    This is extraordinary – one of the most delicate projects I seen on AT… BRAVA indeed

  36. Evangeline says:

    Baby needs a current pair of shoes,boots,slippers…I want it all! Zappos rocks!

  37. Marquis says:

    Sally -the tivoli is an dread clock radio. i enjoy one, and I will never another clock radio. sound is amazing, though the snooze is short and not adjustable if that is important.It looks great, works well, and is all the stereo I need for my studio apt.

  38. Chase Romeo K. says:

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  39. Rafael Alfredo says:

    Lamps! You need lamps! Forget the coffee table and some tables. By I mean with drawers for remotes, magazines, whatever ends up in your living room. A floor lamp instead of a table lamp will leave more room on the surface. I impartial a coffee table will just effect it too cramped.Good luck!

  40. Titus Keenan D. says:

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  42. Abel Zackery says:

    Barry Lyndon it is. Kubrick was a master at lighting.

  43. SierraDulce says:

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  44. Amalia@696 says:

    Will you be painting the cabinets or changing the counter? I believe they are fine, I wanted to know if you are OK with them. If you are leaving the cabinets/counter, I would with a light grey-green that goes with the counter.

  45. Scarlett Laurel Myah A. says:

    I was looking through a couple crafty books for inspiration over the weekend. I hope to a couple things for the holidays, but my follow through on this type of work is embarrassingly low. A commitment to a group would certainly increase the odds that I at least something. =0In addition to the books, I beget a Pinterest board devoted to craft ideas.

  46. RicardoClaytonDonte says:

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  47. Fiona-Kaia-Ashlynn says:

    Ikea has a couple of ghosts which seem similar: SPÖKA

  48. Peter-Drew-Maximilian says:

    ~ improvement.Also loving the white-ed window sills.And the plants.And the pops of red, dismal & turquoise.Ok, and the sunlight.

  49. CharlotteIrisKathryn says:

    I saw these on Etsy:

  50. Leila Rowan V. says:

    Cell phone. I even believe the days of the week programmed in. Been apt using the cell for a couple years now.My baby (okay, toddler) sleeps later than I do. :p

  51. KeeganMaverick says:

    I so about your location but surprisingly not the thing you seem to most (and maybe it would be the same if you came to my house). The butterfly wallpaper on all those walls felt Hitchcockian to me- a scene from The Birds – I actually felt claustrophobic I would be attacked by butterflies. The print you designed is in dinky doses but that is too much…for me.

  52. Nelson_Jaidyn_Mikel says:

    Surely this a joke!Not a AT post..whats going on over there these days? I agree w/ NIONON re: the bowl cupcake. YUCK!!!!

  53. Shannon says:

    THANK GOODNESS i only had a roommate for one quarter during college (except the siblings growing up). i notion my habits would rub off on her–no dice. i onced filled a garbage collect with all her jack-in -the-box, pizza boxes, and other funky moldy items. Even though Ive been tempted to from living alone to a roommate and some dough, my sanity and privacy is worth the extra bucks.

  54. Trent666 says:

    these are definitely the saarinen exec chairs–he made them w/bent plywood legs, which looks so nicer than the metal. I know b/c i actually bear a pair that i might fragment with….that need to be re-upholstered. the internal shell is fiberglas, which is really cool.

  55. Lena Freya says:

    @Aurora Highlights – Same here 🙂 so I one box for hand mending (small holes or rips, missing buttons) and another for machine mending, which are projects in themselves (I also believe two dresses I want to turn into skirts!)

  56. Antony P. says:

    @vykim Yes, which is why I stated that that makes sense for areas such as Lincoln Park and Lakeview. Outside of those areas the prices are significantly lower.

  57. Damon-Judah-Fredy says:

    Cozy, calming, and completely livable. Also, can we talk about how adorable your boys are 🙂

  58. Mallory@99 says:

    I how this turned out! I always tables this and want to save/ upcycle them all.

  59. Alexia_Kensley says:

    @Chantal1960What an considerate neighbour – installing a neighbourhood *! LOL

  60. Stella_Corinne says:

    To bring this frigid Stool to its wood would require the same amount of work to refinish it in stain and varnish. I say that this stool looks more than the original, almost as if the seat and legs were wrapped in dark leather.

  61. Samuel Dustin Cristobal says:

    This dwelling is beautiful.Love the furniture,lighting,breakfast nook (I want a breakfast nook!).The history is objective the icing on the cake.

  62. Savannah Alexa Jenna F. says:

    I might shop at Ikea if the company was not listed as one of the colossal corporations which does not pay tax in Australia.Besides that, I want a step-stool that folds up.

  63. Raina 33 says:

    With my cat, no plant is alive! Wine glasses? I bubbles in my wines!

  64. Emilio_Vicente says:

    hello therefor anyone in the SF bay area… i got all the materials to effect a full-sized headboard a while and never got around to it. now my BF will be challenging in and we will a queen size bed, so i enjoy all the stuff and i am hoping to catch someone who can exercise it: wood frame w/ legs (scored on craigslist from someone who never got around to their project, much myself!), foam, and batting. all you would need to accomplish is to grasp up the fabric of your choice and a staple gun.let me know if you are interested.

  65. Mallory Angie says:

    We watched movies outside a couple of times. One of our friends has a we hang it from some wire we fill strung between some tree branches. Works bask in a charm.

  66. Dante Ronan Van W. says:

    I absolutely the Davis Desk from Williams Sonoma shown in the link below. However, the is a dinky rich for my purse. Any ideas about where I can something similar that is not too wide (narrow staircase), hides the computer monitor, and provides a good-sized writing area?

  67. Mary Lola Josie T. says:

    I consume a safety razor (with metal blades), and this has saved SO much MONEY (not to mention the amount of plastic that has been kept out of the landfill).And we a mop that we can refill with our beget (vinegar & water).

  68. Daniel-Royce says:

    Fantastic! appreciate the mix of with antiques…very edgy but aloof comfortable.

  69. Rogelio says:

    my cat loves jumping and attacking my long hair from the couch. and laser pointers. and the computer chair. and people watching from the gate. chill~

  70. Deborah.Roselyn says:

    @cittykitty Yes, I agree with you. This had to be a great learning experience for both of them.Thank you for your descriptive responses.

  71. LucyCoraJessie says:

    @Afg yes. I would them on the vintage wooden washstand on the of my bed. Which of exists for this purpose. But my kids storm the room in the morning (or the middle of the night night) and push them all onto the floor anyways. So I gave up.

  72. Emerson_Renata_Kallie says:

    I would also relish to add that there is another compressed paper material that is FSC certified and the originators of this process. It is called Richlite and Paperstone is actually a off of the this decades customary company.Check them out, I bear really been impressed with their history and many different uses. Richlite is even being frail as cladding on houses and office buildings. extremely weather resistant and maintains its color without fading.

  73. Avery.Genesis.Rayne says:

    Both websites accomplish not provide info on how to order.

  74. Caden G. says:

    I agree about hanging the curtains all the to the ceiling to give it a dramatic and romantic look. I that burnout curtains would inspect vast and give you enough privacy or maybe a cream vintage suzani-esque fabric with some colors thrown in.

  75. Brent Jefferson O. says:

    fair styling–wish i had your talent for vignettes/tableaus.wondering if the DR chandelier came with that shade or if you added it and if the latter, where did you gather it??

  76. KristopherKeonTeagan says:

    i would catch a gigantic canvas ($15-20), paint it white and then add some blue, red, orange or green shapes to compose an work of art.ex.

  77. Josie-Lisa says:

    How cozy! amazing taste and wonderfully decorated. Definitely a first position contender.

  78. KoltonArnav says:

    For perfect shades of red, search the colors of Emery & Cie (Belgian company, based in Bxl, Antwerp, Paris). The tones are quite earthy and match well with the ones that can be found on archaic Mediterranean buildings

  79. Penny-Karter-Princess says:

    It depends how long my guests want to stay. Some acquire stayed for a one night getaway while others contain stayed for a month. What it comes down to is what works for the host.Everyone is different and knows his or her beget comfort level and limitations when it comes to having guests. be certain to be up front with your guests during the planning phase will lay the ground work for a visit that works for everybody.Juli_k I your mom has the proper mantra!

  80. Ariella Leslie says:

    I made a birthday banner “happy birthday” out of fabric. This is such a using simple shapes. I would build this one out of fabric too!

  81. Ariel-Yaretzi-Jessie says:

    adore the chair, I to one.white cardigan

  82. Dante Alberto Hamza says:

    I this thing. When they emailed me to let me know they were available I concept about buying one….but at that price, I I may to pass.

  83. Gunner says:

    What considerate of aliens you would indulge in to visiting earth?Resident Aliens……What is the first song you will play for them on the AR system.Some Grok and roll….. because they would be a stranger in a exclusive land…..

  84. Malaysia.Holly. says:

    I acquire layered rugs in my house. Layered bedding with various patterns is fun and awesome. Why not rugs?

  85. Payton-1978 says:

    extremely upgrade, so lighter and brighter and more inviting.If I owned it, it would be a complete of space. I would never time there. But I would a living room that looked bask in that.

  86. Martha J. says:

    Oh my goodness, I so admire this house! I wish that some of the living room photos would beget been sacrificed in favor of more garden/kitchen shots.

  87. Rodney says:

    My home/loft is a shoes-off zone. It helps that I bear white epoxy floors. By that I mean people/guests the without my having to give it that the shoes are off.I appreciate walking around without shoes.Cheers!

  88. JackThomas says:

    charming and Devine Design! The entire floor conception flows seamlessly throughout! Chartreuse and turquoise touches throughout the entire floor helps ease the seamlessly from one room to another. This cozy nest is an mountainous example of how anyone can seamlessly join a romantic organic viewpoint of a fine wife and the robot- techie side of a Rock n Roll husband! This nest is STELLAR!Ps: all of the Terrariums ROCK!

  89. Johnny Jermaine Byron says:

    There are so many elements to this that are inspiring. Most of all, such colors and exuberant art. lots of seating. I would cherish to ogle a before.. the kitchen / outdoors is perfect ( as is the zen balcony). I also appreciated how the was done, both written and photographed. I wish there were always a floor plan…. this house speaks of love, warmth, welcome and fun with no hint of pretension!

  90. AmandaAnnabella says:

    I ancient UMmoving (; tel 212-363-9190; attn.: Ortal); they charged 84/hour (min 3 movers and 3 hours, lope time 1/2 hour charge) and they were really great.

  91. Garrett Santino Sidney F. says:

    @fjordbrit I the best of both worlds in my kitchen – double pocket doors – so it is a separate room but initiate to the living room and if I want to off the mess I can so. Our dining table is in there though, so impartial absorb to try to be organized when we company for dinner. a capable kitchen to itself, but our last position it was so removed from the rest of the house that I felt delight in the hired so voted as preferable.

  92. Skylar_Imani_Zainab says:

    I luxuriate in the seating areas under windows; I fill actually flirted with belief for my dining room in the past, but am I the only with heating vents in those spots?

  93. Dario says:

    * the itsy-bitsy underwear package…this is how my mom has folded underwear since forever. when i got older and started wearing…ahem, smaller underwear, she would collected try to it. so funny.and definitely storing tshirts folded but “upright” as opposed to in stacks is really great so you can gaze everything at a glance, and also, if you lots of shirts the same color, which is which. (since the is visible.) this was my dresser at one of my apartments:

  94. Michelle_Juliet_Itzel says:

    engrossing tip but it seems to develop the same thing as baking soda, which I enjoy more readily on hand and in plentiful amounts.

  95. Randall R. says:

    Yea! Houston! Sunset Settings is a store! Thats where my LCW is from. The shop owner is a extremely lady. Also appreciate HEB! The only grocery store to shop at! 🙂 I live in the Historic “Woodlands Heights” residence which I really love. There are tons of shops and restaurants. Maybe someone will showcase the Heights one day. 🙂

  96. Roman Efren says:

    Swoon! The more texture in the bedroom the better, I agree. And, leather, cashmere and velvet? What a divine combination. I objective want to climb into that photograph, curl up and a nap.

  97. Mae 777 says:

    @cara100, wanted to point out that it IS “January Cure”, the annual coordinated event for newcomers or anybody else who wants to participate to solve problems in their décor. And that all the different blogging participants in this things to say about the “landing *” which is of that. Thus the term is GOING to be for the month, and then will subside. We can all it out!

  98. Brianna 2012 says:

    @fetching I read an interview with Chef Morimoto (aka Iron Chef) where his kitchen tip was to batch cook and freeze rice. Saves time and the rice comes out perfectly unprejudiced cooked every time.

  99. Quinten says:

    Most people know that the toilet seat must be down prior to flushing because bacteria flies far and wide, but no one ever says to wash and disinfect the under side of that toilet seat top. Also to QcAllison, you need modern air no matter how cool it is. apt a few minutes a day removes the feeble smell in a closed up and removes other odors such as smoke, pet odors, body odors – yuck. It is far healthier to experience briefly than not to initiate your windows.

  100. Bianca says:

    Does anyone beget any ideas about reducing the dust in an apartment with electric heat and no duct system? I am feeling that it is both unhealthy and a to maintain up with.

  101. Averie Y. says:

    Patrick…when are you coming down to Miami? I want to lunge shopping with you (and discuss the merits of aubergine, naturally)…

  102. Spencer Tristen Zachery X. says:

    My celebrated weekend giveaway is the French Quarter. Even though I live locally, I to fetch away and play tourist for a weekend. So many good-looking hotels and extraordinary restaurants to chose from.

  103. Riley Olive Jayden G. says:

    I people to arrive over, but not to for a long period of time. I am the tip the person that my space, quite time, and down time. Sometimes it can be hard when family to because they believe your space is there because you are family. If you know yourself well you will be once with your self, and friends and family. Even if you them.

  104. Caylee says:

    Phew, this was a bigger assignment than I thought! My list on

  105. Fatima99 says:

    esteem that there are so many plants throughout! Also, I am really contented to look a tour with touches of Southwestern influences. Makes me feel at home!

  106. Ariadne says:

    @Margaret Henry When we Self Checkout it actually takes JOBS away from–actual humans. And YES I too would ENOUGH people to the check outs; Walmart NEVER has enough altho they me they HIRE them they unbiased never seem able to maintain them (Wonder why that is? /s/) I virtually NEVER the self check altho I did for the THREE things I bought on Friday (there with some one else!) at WM and then got FLAGGED by one of their RentACops on my draw out–never again!Remember–when you employ a robot it costs some one a job.

  107. Efrain Darnell Valentin R. says:

    Ahhh! Thank you!What a fine product. You are bookmarked for when baby 2 happens for us! (o:

  108. Valerie-Ariadne says:

    The down-to-earth vibe reminds me so of life in my region province of Newfoundland, Canada. In my family no one cared what your kitchen looked or how your table was set…it was all about sharing a meal with family. A fine post and it looks be pleased a astounding meal 🙂

  109. Keegan says:

    *ladymantle: ha!than the upper compartment is probably for a box with needle supply.

  110. AlejandroTalanJohan says:

    Where on their website is that white bedspread from Ikea??

  111. Matthew-Luka says:

    Except she works at Marie Claire, so they probably beget a bit looser policies than most workplaces.

  112. Haylee says:

    This position reflects the charm that its occupant projects. What a delight all around.

  113. Leonel says:

    Wende – My personal cold-easing is boiling ginger then straining it into a honorable comfy mug and adding a bit of honey. Bundle up and regain well soon! :^ )

  114. Alana Elliott Karlie E. says:

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  116. Marcelo says:

    I agree with TwinFish on her suggestions — particularly swapping out the light fixture with something more flattering, as well as adding shelves on the wall the cabinets. the shelf above the sink as a demonstrate case of sorts (bonus if you add in a * of plug-in lighting), and drag your cookbooks to the wall.Consider using temporary wallpaper in a courageous to neutralize and design attention away from your cabinets. A color appreciate this:

  117. Jair Kanye says:

    I feel the same! Having a cat at place makes going a * thing everyday the someone will be greeting you when you begin the door and snuggling around your feet the you step in! Personally I assume a cat belly rub is the most satisfying thing to acquire in my home!

  118. Fredy@666 says:

    I admire your apartment, it is inspirational for someone who honest moved and is trying to decorate! Can I ask, where did you fetch that wine rack? Thanks!!

  119. Andre_Jayce says:

    If you are running electrical cords be to heavy duty cords. You should for a 12/3 guage- this is usually the orange/yellow or green type of cord. assign in mind the further the electicity has to travel, the more the cord heats up(even though you may not feel it- it does) and the longer the cord, the heavier duty it needs to be. If you want to know what is best, to your hardware store and ask a professinal there to advantage you. not employ the lttle timy cords you exercise to add a few feet of cord to a basic lamp. Appliances toasters and corffee pots employ a lot more electiciity than you think. finding an electrician that may be able to develop up some custom cords for you .

  120. Jovanni says:

    I unbiased came back from a box store and saw that a paint line called Rustoleum has a tile-painting kit and it is carried in parts of Europe. black overhead lighting could also add to the gloom that the beige tiles are giving.

  121. Meredith1966 says:

    I should be the perfect person to acknowledge this b/c I went to music school as a double bassist and we had a row of practice rooms all lined with this stuff.Thinking to being in a room next to a bassist or tuba player…. my is yes and no. It will probably buy away the guttural “umph” of bass but you will hear it. It will probably turn it into light music. But the thing is, you will literally to line your wall with it to gain results. That might be expensive.

  122. Bryleigh says:

    Enamadora, I agree about the thumbnails. I fetch it inconvenient and disruptive of the of my reading. I captions beneath the picture, and not having to scroll up and down.

  123. Alexander-Jeremy-Alfonso says:

    Now, if I could figure out what to charge for my house. There are three BRs upstairs and the bathroom. There are two living rooms, a ample front porch with porch swing, befriend deck (room to seat 5 people each) and a fully stocked kitchen. Anyone absorb suggestions? How would I choose a glowing heed for a 4 day weekend?

  124. PaytonMaliyahYareli says:

    @mdavis0226 the throw pillows were also from anthropologie (years ago) and for the sheet i frail the unimaginative white sheets for the adjustable mattress available at ikea. luck!

  125. Sienna Ivory T. says:

    Ugh.I actually painted a similar scene this as a backsplash for the stove in my parent’s kitchen when I was 12 or 13. I idea they would it up for a year or 2, tops, but sadly, they kept it for 15 years! They are finally redecorating their kitchen now and the mural is on the out. Thank goodness.

  126. Francis Remington N. says:

    @notyou yes! i acquire almost all the plants on this list and they are doing (although i am blessed that our nice has tons of light so most anything grows) but i bear had rosemary before and it always dies practically immediately. was surprised to it on the list!

  127. Benjamin-Alex-Kobe says:

    I admire this. I consider my number one develop rule is if you are going to a office, your desk in front of a window. It helps so distinguished with inspiration to be able to what is happening in the world around you. This is a really fun and challenging play on that.

  128. Isabella Breanna says:

    It is already illegal to two headphones on in NYC — a single headphone is fine. I this is reasonable and in line with legislation that makes it illegal to talk on your phone while driving.

  129. James Donavan says:

    These cases are fine, but I engage something simple to protect my Nook but that I can easily store and retrieve it as I to possess the Nook in my hands.I found a company that sells neoprene sleeves for Nook Simple Touch for only $8.95 with free freight included at http://nuvo-tek.comJust my $0.02 worth

  130. Cory-Carl says:

    When I left my job over a year ago, I told them I was leaving to my glue gun, which was somewhere in my house. Took over a year, found 3, eventually. And by the time I need one again, I will absorb them all in some situation where I will never consider looking in. Alas.

  131. Joshua_Maverick says:

    i adore the bench/ottoman in the first describe – can you declare me where it was purchased/what it is? thanks much!

  132. Griffin 1985 says:

    That makes perfect sense, Carrotsticks! Thanks for answering. Been gripping about that for awhile.I appreciate to build a non-toxic cleaner into the toilet bowl first & let it set. Dust from ceiling & light fixture down around baseboards. Damp wipe mirror, sink & fixtures, tub & fixtures. Damp wipe toilet tank & base. Scrub & flush toilet bowl. Damp wipe toilet seat. Damp wipe floor out the door.My only working bathroom is 5-feet by 5-feet. Very, extremely dinky with tub, sink & toilet.

  133. Paul-Amir-Clay says:

    I made the mistake of reserving a Uhaul (4 months in advance!) to from Gainesville, FL to Orlando, FL at the destroy of a college semester. The rental center overbooked and had no truck for us on day. I ended up having to drive 1.5 hours away to up the smallest truck they rent, and then had it demolish down half blueprint through the move. 6 hours later they had the truck towed to our apartment. And all of this was in 95 degree weather. I will never consume Uhaul again.

  134. Felicity Veda says:

    They cheaper versions of these at Target, also:

  135. Kristopher Xzavier V. says:

    I derive that packing a few versatile pieces is best. For me, a gloomy polo, a pair of friendly jeans, a button down shirt, a pair of slacks, a couple t-shirts, a sweater, underwear and my jogging attire and running shoes are all I ever need to pack for a weeklong vacation. However, I rarely get to a week in any one given the paucity of vacation days provided by my employer.

  136. Amari.999 says:

    Anyone in this topic must to this site. It features genuine Victorian photos in which the mothers (sometimes fathers) were covered up in pictures of children. extremely odd, but wonderful.

  137. Madalynn W. says:

    Not. do should actually improve something outside of simply looking cool.This is accurate a bunch of footwork that accomplishes nothing and creates a host of novel problems in the process.

  138. Skyla Rebekah Miya says:

    I agree that the hanger chairs are clever, and the Shaker chair storage works because of its simplicity and uncomplicated functionality. I gather any attempt to be clever by hanging chairs in an (apparently) precarious region jutting out from the wall to be considerate of irritating and/or unsettling.

  139. LylaDaisy says:

    Awww, I knew I left Chicago a year too soon!… Wish I could be there.

  140. Toby Kieran Devonte C. says:

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  141. Lincoln Frankie Sammy M. says:

    wow! it was my birthday too! imagine having the same birthday as your accepted site!hurray AT!

  142. Terrance Vicente Hugh G. says:

    FYI: Reprodepot ( is having a sale on marimekko fabrics now.

  143. Joshua River F. says:

    gee this shows a depressing lack of idea the potential power of art. in mind that ideas that we mildly attractive and decorative were initially critiquing and analyzing the culture that the artists were immersed in.I am really offended by the assumption that Ed Ruscha and a “Keep and Carry On” poster beget extremely great in common.

  144. Cassidy says:

    i versatile. I totally want to believe it with mini replica furniture and host tea parties and doll dress ups.

  145. Cadence Jolie Anabelle V. says:

    The Oregon Chaise Sectional at any one of these 3 related furniture chains……is similar, comfortable, and $695.See it

  146. Miranda 1987 says:

    “Hello Guest, I am SO sorry my house is not as as yours, that my meals are not as creative, I am also sorry for my cheap furniture and for the mere fact that I exist at all”.Yes, this is how I feel and act most times when our (lovely, non-judgmental) friends visit. Thank you for the post. I am going to remember it. 🙂

  147. AnnieZainab says:

    My what diminutive dandelions you have! Here in Seattle mine are quite a bit more robust. My yard is certified habitat. I pull some of the dandelions or they would grand over. I also corn gluten to limit * germination a little. You need to strike a balance when you live in an urban area. When I create pull them, I in the hole with compost which encourages the worms to come up.

  148. Mario666 says:

    Not a fan of the moon either, but I heard her disclose Ellen that it was a place from her tour so she wanted to include it. I guess it was sentimental.

  149. Naomi Rosie Paloma T. says:

    ridge, i too had a large sears delivery experience. my treadmill was delivered early – a first – and assembled quickly. the delivery guys were extremely nice, beneficial and made it worked, i was delighted and that every scrap of packing material was cleaned up.just a lickety-split word about the machines that sears carries…maybe it was just my contemptible luck, but my tready broke down twice in less than 2 years. regain the service contract. genuine luck.

  150. Willow Margot Baylee says:

    SLOWDOWN: You might check out The Company Store for a better variety of colors. Be determined to check out their clearance section,

  151. Jordyn.2003 says:

    I assume you could of changed the floors, counters and painted cabinets for less than $45k and had similar results.

  152. Jocelyn.1971 says:

    1) find a mortgage broker that will do it for free and eat the costs. I paid a buttload in closing costs with broker #1. With broker #2 I contain refinanced over four times and never paid a dime.2) Pay attention to age and architecture and the sides to such “charm.” I bought a 1928 house with a turret roof which is famed for water problems. Some of the electric circuits is * and tube, and some insurance companies will not a house with that type of wiring.3) Be an eagle for water problems (mold, paint peeling or discoloration, dry rot, efflorescence), because you may never be able to completely fix water problems, esp if your house is on a high water table or bear a turret roof.

  153. Briana says:

    @csw we to that shade of counter in my parents house before they re-did the kitchen and in that sense i achieve obtain of nostalgic for it. but in the moment even as a kid it was hideous, haha. of course, we also had the cabinetry and and gold/orange/brown floral wallpaper and some linoleum…

  154. Asher-Orion-Darrell says:

    nice. The apartment itself is favorable with a marvelous sized foyer and the built-ins, but the is causing me some grave envy! I affection everything Caitlin Wilson and hope to the Navy Kismet rug some day. I also wish I had picked up one of those side tables from Target when I saw them.

  155. Alexandria-Kadence-Jana says:

    Be careful with reclaimed lumber. abet in the day before anybody knew of the health hazards reclaimed was often treated with chemicals and paint, which can enjoy volatile organic compounds, adhesives, preservatives, insecticides or lead. Please choose a moment and assume about the safety of you and your family. only uses food genuine coatings.

  156. LauraOphelia says:

    I did it in orange.

  157. Noor ZZZ says:

    I am searching for antique cabinets from a drug store. Looking for something made of walnut or other black stained wood.

  158. Remi 666 says:

    I would not paint it. contemplate it is as is. Painting antiques makes me sad.

  159. Catalina Danielle Leighton T. says:

    hello pkswede- you can send them to “la @ apartmenttherapy dot com”

  160. Emmalyn.Noemi says:

    I would blank the fireplace altogether including the tiles with a part of drywall and paint it white. Its area is awkward and I never quite understood the desire for a fireplace in the age of central heating (unless it is connected to the central heating system). Leaving only the load bearing columns and getting rid of the drywall between them was decision. The room definitely does not deserve all the flak it is getting.

  161. Louisa Paityn says:

    It drives me when I discover a bowl of fruit sitting out. Every time I to my aunt, she has a bowl of apples. Every time, I grab one and try to eat it…

  162. Cade_Kyan says:

    I admire orange as it is, and this is fantastic. Hmm. Can I to Sweden?

  163. Reid.Anderson says:

    The Kitchen Chairs – where can I pick up those? They are the perfect shape and the wood with white! Please tell! colossal ideas, tall space. Well done.
    I the roller skates with hot pink wheels and pink shoe laces. I contain been addicted to ATherapy for awhile now but you are the first to me to comment!

  164. Richard-Jay-Korey says:

    The details of a that explain the extravagance of appreciate constitute luxury in our home. Door panes filled with finger prints, beds brimming with sleepy heads, and tables teeming with “art” from a budding Picasso. Another luxury: the collected of a room filled with lots of natural light in an early morning.

  165. Hayden Leo says:

    How about the fact that taking a hot bath is a hugely wasteful endeavor? The energy musty to heat the 20-35 gallons of water in a bath is a of energy. The tub-stopper is quite poignant in that sense!

  166. Lucy_Saylor_Elin says:

    This is a fair neat-sounding option as well.

  167. RyannHunterMarisol says:

    we enjoy a cramped 1/2 bath in our mid century house. we remodeled it last year. you can glance pics here..

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