Fascinating Materials And Mattress King Poster Bed

King poster bed always come with specious carving canopy without rooftop and the solid woods, so this king bed style always attract our attention indeed. Today you will treat by us in order information about the mattress and materials that suitable to poster king bed. The majority, traditional poster bed that is widely used in the past are made of wood. This type of wood and the color can vary, but most types of wood selected is dark wood. A popular type of wood used as poster bed frame is wood Maple, birch and oak / oak.

Royal King Poster Bed in Cherry with beautiful canopy

Royal King Poster Bed in Cherry with beautiful canopy

So, in this great occasion we are going to discuss and share about how really fascinating materials and mattress king poster bed. Then the selected material was developed that not only wood but also metals like brass. Some antique brass poster bed even still be found in shops that sell antique furniture and goods – vintage items. Because in ancient times the poster king bed is mostly coming from the nobility, the mattresses are used to complement the poster king bed is also usually high quality, soft and silk were given as the base. Then, the poster will be covered with a curtain around the bed, starting from the front, right and left, to the back of the bed. Not only give the impression of privacy and warmth to its users, the presence of these curtains also make poster king bed looked so graceful and elegant. These curtains are usually adapted to weather conditions or season, where during the winter, was chosen curtains are quite thick.

pretty cool Villa Valencia King Poster Bed with traditional style

pretty cool Villa Valencia King Poster Bed with traditional style

California king poster bed with canopy and nightstand beside

California king poster bed with canopy and nightstand beside

But when the warm season arrives, usually thin curtain that will be used, or it’s curtains will be uninstalled completely, leaving a living poster bed frame and mattress only. You can put a small table made of wood or brass with small drawers underneath. That’s all we can discuss and share about how really fascinating materials and mattress king poster bed.

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134 thoughts on “Fascinating Materials And Mattress King Poster Bed”

  1. Remy says:

    Sarah — looks you followed your advice. Thanks for sharing your happiness!

  2. Kaelyn@1960 says:

    nice! Although I feel the dentil-style moulding on the cabinets would better if it were darker. Either the same color as the cabinets or gloomy or even the color of the french doors. As it is, it looks almost too crafty. You know?

  3. Selena Remy X. says:

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  5. Bernard says:

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  6. Leila_Regina says:

    I shared a room with my older sister when I was a kid, and bunk beds seemed to work out well for us. Being the younger sibling, I ended up on the bottom bunk, which I was bummed about at first, but I ended up really loving my designated location down below. I always of it as my cozy miniature nook or hideout. It also gave us a lot of extra to play.

  7. Paris Ayana says:

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  9. Katalina_Romina says:

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  10. Adele says:

    Holy * that is *. It looks some awful thick craft novice glass-artist glass. The whole kitchen is U-G-L-Y. The last one looks someone photoshopped the bar from some swanky all white ice palace drinking onto a suburban mc mansion island.The bottom material has potential if it were with edges and on something really modern.

  11. Todd says:

    Dang, now you made me feel guilty and gave me a project. Thanks tons! ;^)

  12. Autumn_Myla_Giuliana says:

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  13. ReaganPearl says:

    hello Ang.,Thanks for your input.In fact, I wondered about a different wall color, but it’s been hard to envision what will coordinate with green and pinky-beige tile. crimson is my gut instinct, but it might regain tiresome, fast. Anyway, I devour the simplicity of white, as it provides a counterpoint to the jumble of colors in the room. Besides, I’m slightly paranoid about putting nail holes in the walls, so you might imagine that I’d be reluctant to paint the walls twice (restoring the white color prior to vacating the apartment).Looking at the photos of my kitchen (which I is a generous effect tool – viewing the objectively, as if it were a magazine layout, allows you to identify predicament areas), I bear that it lacks a focal point, and there is no unifying element amidst the visual clutter.Believe it or not, I would end (well, slightly injure) for a slick and streamlined, ultra-modern décor with only the bare minimum on the countertops. But for me, it’s “out of sight, out of mind,” so I need to a certain amount of stuff visible. My downfall is a gross weakness for kitchen bric-a-brac, preferably items with a trompe l’oeil flair, the movie popcorn bucket or Greek deli coffee cup, both rendered in ceramic. Yes, I got it bad, and that ain’t good.Maybe someday I can stick those pesky yet lovable collectibles in a curio cabinet, and aspire to the comfortable yet dominions where Martha and the Barefoot Contessa court. For now, even though my kitschy kitchen will never grace the pages of House & Garden (or even buy an Apartment Therapy prize), the admirably fulfills its culinary purpose, and the objects within evoke remembrances of family and journeys abroad. For better or worse, this kitchen is an unapologetically expression of my (mixed-up) personality and philosophy!”Happy Homemaker”

  14. Fiona Isabela N. says:

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  15. Caden Mikel R. says:

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  16. CeciliaDakota says:

    It is a tool, until you your house and then it becomes too intrusive. The English banned this car from entering their villages. Who wants unbiased anyone to know all the details of your house and then beget all the burglars devise the best to into your house. I contemplate the google air idea is more than enough.

  17. BarbaraDanica says:

    Read up on archival storage of books, which will also discuss display. comic book collectors are really up on this. Avoid wood, plastics and all those synthetic materialsAnd remember to not only maintain them out of the sun, but also away from room lights, which emit UV.

  18. Saylor says:

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  19. Tobias 1967 says:

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  20. Nicole says:

    Clayton – you can definitely paint these. in Girl Scouts we to do scale versions of these (with string and a balloon), spray paint them silver or gold, and them as tree ornaments placed over a bulb on the strand of xmas lights.

  21. Alice-Briar-Andi says:

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  22. Terrence says:

    I missed it this time, but was at the last one in May and came with some finds!

  23. Mackenzie_Ophelia says:

    The nursery is beautiful, extremely well done.But – please, PLEASE buy those crib bumpers. They cozy and comfy, but are and in many (most?) states, illegal.

  24. Zahra.Zelda says:

    – these are the same photos that I saw in the IKEA ads via newsletter, etc. I understand this is branded content, but I adore Apartment Therapy and when I clicked, I expected to your gallop – some close-up details (these behold like a hot mess of stuff to me), etc. It would be if you added some value to these articles.

  25. Kade.Rolando.Samir says:

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  26. Zaria-1999 says:

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  27. Phillip-Solomon says:

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  29. Rodolfo Y. says:

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  30. Blaze J. says:

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  31. Scarlett Sage says:

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  32. EvangelineCatalina says:

    yeah….I totally wish I was a rich college student to be able to an apartment the ones above….

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  34. Allen Kennedy E. says:

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  35. Hassan German says:

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  36. Aubrie_Amelie_Hana says:

    thanks for the advice about crib bumpers. i am a first time mom and i beget been debating about whether they were neccessary and/or or not. the general concensus seems to be that they are more perilous than not.

  37. Ari 1966 says:

    I would definitely paint the walls something with more “punch,” as they are a bit drab as is. They are too “matchy” with the carpet, not the curtains, per se. As others suggested, adding some eggplant accents would also work well.

  38. Rishi Camryn says:

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  39. Lennon_Alani says:

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  40. Cecilia Dahlia N. says:

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  41. Rodrigo Deshawn Clark says:

    I bear a coworker who has been living in the hotel across the highway for two years now.

  42. Mark.Joe.Zavier says:

    Sometimes I drape a blanket or a scarf over the top of my regular coast chair to do a warm little fort. If I had a balloon chair, I would consume it all the time. This RH version is horrible, though.

  43. Peyton-Haley-Whitney says:

    I host a game night for friends every couple of weeks. Smallworld is popular. Apples to Apples is always a hit, when you want to play, but not contemplate too hard. Settlers of Catan, Carcassone, Trivial Pursuit, Mexican Train, Scrabble, Curses, beget all made their rounds through the group.

  44. Shiloh-1991 says:

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  45. Cecelia says:

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  46. JacksonTrevonValentin says:

    This is a California post and if I lived in CA the would be: sure, why not? BUT I live in England and a corner lot means too snow shoveling if you want to be a neighbor. Of course there are the lazybones who only shovel a path to the driveway, but that is really not acceptable behavior.

  47. Paisley-Isla-Jaelyn says:

    I would imagine you are also isolated, since your friends and family are probably you on the “no entry” list.

  48. Cali.Julissa says:

    @charliesgrace As for the spray paint: it is capable for indoors (provided you huge coverage for your floor since about a quarter of what you are trying to spray onto the furniture falls to the floor) but it does smell relish wasp spray.

  49. Jazmine says:

    @Kvaen Started to this and suddenly the whole page was blank. Grrrr. I would probably acquire a “Welcome” mat in front of my door if we had washable floors in the hallway, but we indoor/outdoor carpeting. It collects most of the dirt b4 it ever makes it to my place. Some mats, but most of us simply individualize our apartments with decorations on the front door and with things dried-flower arrangements standing in the hallway next to the door (I beget both).

  50. Johnpaul says:

    @vonlet24CB2 has a file cabinet on wheels (file drawer on bottom, two smaller drawers on top) that comes powder-coated in screaming orange, chartreuse, white, or carbon gray.

  51. KendallEmelyLauryn says:

    Woah! More pivoting perfection!Love the overall as well as the details such as that pivoting partition and the built ins. The situation seems extremely begin and airy due to its layout and the fact that kitchen and built in seating is into the perimeter.The only itsy-bitsy quibble I bear is that when you swing the partition out to the tv from the living room, you the bedroom to the living room. But when it looks that who cares right?BTW, is that a gas fireplace in your bedroom?

  52. Jose Jair says:

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  53. Quintin_Jamar says:

    This is a really pickle in older houses/apartments without current bathroom ventilation systems. all of the above, then paint the ceiling with two coats of SEMIGLOSS PAINT – it is more moisture resistant than flat or ceiling paints. Also leave the bathroom door when showering if possible, and if the bathroom has a window, leave it or at least cracked for as considerable of the year as you can. I scraped, primed, and repainted my whole bathroom with semigloss about 3 years ago, and it has held up extremely well so far.

  54. Alexandra-Mckinley says:

    For some reason, grand ricepaper lanterns always effect me happy……must come from seeing them in the streets during the summers and festivals in Japan.

  55. Sadie_Courtney_Estelle says:

    I believe gray walls and beige carpet. Gray goes with much everything.

  56. Agustin_Giovani says:

    And by the way, the cats are unbelievable – cats are always in a space!

  57. Adelynn says:

    I bought a sonno foam mattress from DWR last year. It is the BEST mattress so far. I NEVER wake up with my neck hurting or any body aches.It is truly amazing. It comes rolled up, handy if one is moving!-donna

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  59. Collins-Kaelyn-Reina says:

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  60. Addilyn_Teresa says:

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  61. Erik.Gianni says:

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  62. Chandler 2003 says:

    bad vinyl records, I could fill had those.. to listen to music that sounds better than CD

  63. LeonelAryanGarrison says:

    Oh, I wish I had seen this before I ordered a * situation for the kitchen I objective made. Went with a KidKraft one that came with wooden food:

  64. Sylvie says:

    I had some problems with Musa, although he is a sweet guy. His abilities with electrics is not up to *.However, I found a really handyman. His name is Alan Holstein. He is fast, courteous, intelligent and prompt. In fact, he showed up to my place early. I cannot recommend him enough. His email is alanholst@aol.com and his # is 212-957-8345.

  65. Carlos-Emiliano-Cristofer says:

    We never had place for a dedicated baby bathtub and the sink was too small. We had her in the tub, reclining in one of those sling things. But once the baby could sit on her own, we her in this:

  66. Jolene_Rory says:

    I would care for to amble in. Absolutely cute and so and vibrant at the same time.

  67. NeilAgustinSemaj says:

    @Minchee, Jaimie, Meirad & All Others Who German Windows -I agree wholeheartedly. I cannot you the number of times here that I wish for a kindly “gekippt” German window with shutters to let in the breeze while I sleep. American windows are simply not the same.

  68. AnnaAverie says:

    flow!!!, one of my favourites for sure…love the greetings from postcard type pics.thanks for sharing!

  69. AbigailGabrielaSusan says:

    Got ours at Penny Mustard (Milwaukee/Chicago). Both drawers fit as as an entire dresser! Solid wood and made in the US of A.

  70. Sage-Dulce says:

    How funny, I walked into an Ikea showroom Saturday and saw two of the Ikea Gruntal one-sided toilet paper holders being as hold-backs for a princess-style bed canopy! I can also someone repurposing one for draperies–if you really wanted that simple, chrome aesthetic.

  71. Damien.Landyn says:

    i a similar color in my bathroom from behr called “light french grey”

  72. Ariel Aleena says:

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  73. Luke George Isaias A. says:

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  74. Muhammad 1999 says:

    This is so charming! The living room is so calming with the natural tones and plants. Would to gape a house tour!

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  76. Lucas.2000 says:

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  77. Braylee_Chandler says:

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  78. Cora says:

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  79. Cason-Stone says:

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  80. Reagan2012 says:

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  81. Alessandra Marlee Kiana Z. says:

    The first “real” part of furniture I bought – a Shaker dresser. Solid quarter-sawn oak, craftsmanship. (And surprisingly, not expensive compared to Pottery Barn, Ethan Allan, etc.)

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  84. Arabella Daleyza Ivanna B. says:

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  85. Braylon U. says:

    We visit our dairy weekly to our raw milk (as well as eggs and our meat). I feel safer buying milk from a family I trust than buying milk from the supermarket. Plus the milk tastes better – my kids the raw milk so I to ration it!

  86. Shane X. says:

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  87. Aryanna.777 says:

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  88. Skylar.666 says:

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  89. Lorenzo Quentin says:

    Unfortunately, I associate bar carts with people who to indicate their alcohol. I generally this to be taste, in the same vein as having wine racks as fragment of the decor, or a “bar” in the living or family room. I bid if you bring out a bar cart for a party and at least clear it of the * between parties, the would be objective fine. These carts can be extremely stylish, and in the setting, they are quite practical. I agree with Bromelia as to the uses of bar carts.

  90. Dominik Alden A. says:

    @Katia12 I thrift stores for this reason, there are so many vintage decorations, why would you ever need to your money buying some cheap equivalent? Americans mystify me. The more-is-more attitude is to blame for this, I think. That and the fact that most Christmas decor is so tacky. Searching for the gems is a task.

  91. Madeline Veronica says:

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  92. Byron says:

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  93. Avah says:

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  94. Stephen-2004 says:

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  95. JakeXander says:

    I consume a lot of plants. I pictures can be a bit distracting

  96. Lawrence-Jamarion says:

    I bear the green cargo sleeve above. It fits and snug over my 15″ Thinkpad T series.

  97. AlbertoMiloDarin says:

    Then you fill the perfect room to hang a gross beam, and send the down the beam. No need to ever even that ceiling again. Ikea also has some hard-wired lights that from wall to wall with cable.

  98. Malik.ZZZ says:

    My boyfriend has an FAQ at his house. It includes everything from history of the house, how to access the wifi, how to work the TV, how to work the shower, and what number you need to dial in an emergency. He updates it every six months and it lives on his kitchen cabinets. I contemplate that this is a idea.

  99. Ashlyn 2009 says:

    Is that table cloth made from burlap? Looks against the vibrant flowers.

  100. Kamren says:

    This throw pillow is gorgeous! I making those:

  101. Adolfo696 says:

    Hi,Bit of a one here, but the image in this articles header is of a t-shirt I designed.I originally designed it after ending a job in London, where my daily commute was around 4 hours in total. I had enough and after working on some fresh t-shirt designs, I I would one in honour of my novel time gain.The shirt can be found at :

  102. Jonathon.Jamal.Jaylan says:

    I retain them all. Well, some years ago I threw away the ratty dust jacket from my first TS Eliot book and I level-headed feel a pang of regret every time I at the now * tome.To them from getting ratty and also from annoying me, I the dust jacket from the book when I am reading it, and it on when I return the book to the shelf.This is actually unexpectedly useful! I the (?) habit of reading a few books at the same time and having a second visual reminder of one of my books in process can assist sustain me reading. Or if I am dusting my office and I am dusting the jacket of Scagboys for the 3rd time, I can ask myself if I am really ever going to do reading it (the phonetic Scottish vernacular makes for tough bedtime reading if me you are unused to it!).

  103. Rhea Aislinn says:

    cute workspace! gosh,I would to be her apprentice.

  104. Maxwell.Leonard.Xzavier says:

    for my mac I exhaust Time Machine and an external hard drive to attend up the whole hard drive. On a second drive I copied my entire iPhoto library and then instructed Time Machine to also up the second hard drive. I then took the horrifying step of deleting my entire iPhoto library off my internal drive so that my computer could drag more quickly. I then instructed iPhoto to default to the library on the second hard drive.End result – two external drives and a speedier computer!

  105. Kylee says:

    My partner and I purchased a natural Latex mattress last summer.There are two techniques for making latex foam; Dunlop and talalay. Dunlop is the school method, and tends to be firmer. Talalay is a newer production technique (vulcanized in a vacuum). In general, Dunlop is firmer and talalay is softer (more plush). Also, many latex mattresses are blends of natural and petroleum based latex.We tested the IKEA Erfjord, but (as mentioned) it is stiff. Unzipping the cloak reveals Dunlop latex (easy to identify once you explore and feel samples of each). It is also not 100% natural latex, but a blend (85% natural/15% petroleum iirc).We also checked the modern “natural” latex offering from the “s” brands (Sealy, Serta, and Simmons). I was off by the of chemical fire retardants (instead a layer of wool batting) and the fact that they all level-headed had a layer of poly foam (oil) over the latex (to give a plush to the touch feel).We went on a limb and ordered a mattress online from Habitat Furnishings. We splurged for the thickest model, but after a few weeks decided it was a firm. They offered three choices: 1) refund 2) a fresh mattress made with lower ILD latex (thus softer) 3) send us a free latex topper with a grievous ILD. We chose the last option and could not be more pleased. The mattress is perfect for us). I pick up diminutive sleep when we travel. Their service was at all steps.One more note; there are only a few factories in the world that design natural latex. Many on the online retailers are selling the same hunk of latex foam wrapped in a different cover. You are really objective shopping for the best price/return policy.

  106. Brianna Rosa Hadassah says:

    I am not about the height of the outlets…I moved into construction here in Chicago two years ago and the outlets seemed to be at a normal height. There are these adhesive cord covers that you can to camouflage the cord along the dismal boards…we enjoy painted them the wall color and aged everywhere to camouflage the cords. (check your hardware store)

  107. Patrick_Preston_Milo says:

    I EVERYTHING with dark marker and color-coded stickers for each room. First thing we at the novel house is build matching stickers on each door frame so consuming friends will know where stuff belongs.We (or I, at least) always the entire first day cleaning the house from top to bottom, sterilizing everything possible.About a week before the we pack up all the kitchenware (including dishes and glasses) and assume a package of paper plates and cups. On day, they with us in the first along with the * and boombox.I pack a “first night” box with bathing supplies, towels and clothes.As a side note, we fill a tradition of ordering chinese takeout and sleeping on the floor in the living room on our first night in a place. It feels like camping! Then we wake up the next morning and play SEGA Genesis for a while before starting to unpack. hahaha

  108. Daisy.Logan.Brenna says:

    art, I am beginning to deem I should leave NYC for Chicago!

  109. Matthias says:

    Thank * they covered up the sphincter or navel or whatever that indentation was. It looked Evil. Intriguing, but inferior and probably up to no good.The slipcover is pretty.

  110. Darren Micheal Josef W. says:

    Thank you obdimples. I too was haunted to any post on my celebrated about that POS woman. But you forgot that she got two POWs beaten to death and one beaten nearly to death for turning them in to their captors when they attempted to discreetly pass her their social security numbers.

  111. Jaylah1994 says:

    You can now also demonstrate your collectibles on shelves online, such as in the Obseum (obseum.com) and other sites.

  112. AustinColten says:

    Looks delight in the birch boxes need to be handled extremely carefully from the reviews.

  113. Cameron A. says:

    How about transferring all of the vinyl onto your computer and sellling the records? Heretic!

  114. Shannon says:

    This flows so well. A environment and the pop of color in each room!

  115. Avery.Alison says:

    AT – Last week I made a at DWR. I noticed today that they are advertising a semi-annual sale with a 10% markdown on all the items that I had purchased last week.I was wondering if anyone at AT had any advice on how to approach DWR and them give me the discount on the pruchases I made last week.Thanks,JB

  116. Warren1979 says:

    If you are looking to hang it on the wall as art, you can also the gallery hang for fiber artwork (as opposed to stretching it on a frame, which will also nice, this is another option). You would need to hand sew velcro onto the of the fabric – one * all the diagram across the top and another * all the arrangement across the bottom. Then the matching velcro strips should stapled to a wood *. Measure properly and the wood strips to the wall to align with the top and bottom of the fabric, then you can the fabric. It gives it a favorable floating look.

  117. OliverBlaise says:

    We are in the long process of remodeling our kitchen on our absorb on a little budget. Which means a lot of what we are doing is coming from reclaimed material. bask in a patchwork tile floor, metal roofing along an conventional plaster wall, and rocks from a river advance by for tile backsplash. We are trying to this as cheap as we can. Long short, these lamps would fit in nicely along our bar that is going where we tore the wall out.Thanks for all of the inspiration!Anna

  118. Ashley Anabelle Yamileth Q. says:

    I assume one of the frames that “floats” a photo between two pieces of glass would work fantastic, particularly if you a pass-through or somewhere you could hang it as a sort of wall divider. Then you could both sides. May I suggest doing every other card flipped so you a checker board of fronts and backs? It would create it visually even more so than they already are. What a gargantuan find!

  119. Kolby.Norman says:

    Oh man this coming year is the first time in 2 years I will not be living in the dorms, thank *! With that being said..It was for me to live in a diminutive room with carpet, lighting, walls, etc. because I am a freak. Thankfully me and my roommate made the most of it, we got so many compliments on our room and everyone always came over. Our room was not “ikea-ish” which to me is a accomplishment cause most dorm rooms up being that way, It was unique, one of a kind! As as I hated living in those awful rooms, I will miss the times me and my roomie spent there.College students deserve to splurge!!

  120. Mario_Ruben_Emiliano says:

    job and the feng shui balance is good. I would only suggest adding a casually swagged textile over a rod at the top of the window since you obviously choose not to a complete window dressing. The swag will “finish” the room and your down towards the bed.

  121. Sergio says:

    BigBlueMug – try the Case gawk Day Bed at Modernica (site not working) or DWR

  122. Brennen says:

    There is a dealer in Orange County that is selling this table $6199 delivered and installed. It is so cool! It even has this trick-out system to change the height.

  123. Darius-Rogelio-Reginald says:

    Well, taken literally……How green can a Christmas tree be? Not as green as the doctored color in the bottom photo. lol.

  124. Brendon says:

    To AT: Could you a “studio month” savor the new “bedroom month”? Studios challenges, it would be to concentrate attention on them.Thanks!

  125. Annalise Z. says:

    We always had pets around. Over the course of my childhood, we had 3 cats, 2 fish, 2 dogs, 2 guinea pigs, and 1 rabbit. George was my a basset dog that I would pull around in my wagon and him houses.

  126. Leighton U. says:

    Those balls behold extremely similar to “witch balls.” They can be found in varying sizes and colord. Some even really looking strands of glass inside. They from $10-40 each though so I imagine it might derive pricey trying to enough. Mixing a few really cool great ones in with some Christmas ornaments might work well though.

  127. Arnav says:

    this idea–lately the glance at sunset has been amazing. The palm trees in LA are providing some silhouettes against the evening backdrop.

  128. IsaacSantiagoAri says:

    @kddomingue …. Ha ha ha. Same feelings. But I am contented at least the January Cure is there, and I earn you all here. I absorb such a time reading all your comments. Thanks to you all for making me feel that I belong to a community, even though I live far away from my family, friends…. 🙂

  129. Payton Philip says:

    What if you asked her, “How about we a new light and leave it leisurely when we paddle as long as you that you will NEVER inflict that crime against gain on another innocent person ever again?”Or not.

  130. Skylar says:

    Such a clever of the space, you did an astonishing job! On a side note, it always makes me laugh (or cringe depending on my mood!) when I read the comments on how life is expensive in the US. I guess everything is relative, but for us Canadians, with a lower median income, lower dollar, more expensive house market (maybe not in the cities NYC or LA but these are not representative of the US) and more expensive consumption goods, you guys absorb a beautiful sweet deal! ?

  131. Arielle says:

    I am having my carpets shampooed Friday and will be putting my together over the weekend. I may submit my this year……..

  132. Zack says:

    Wow. Those pictures amazing. Congratulations on having such create classics.

  133. Adaline Rowan Savanna says:

    I to occupy B1 supplements as a child to cut the number of mosquito bites I would rep . . . I remember having fewer of them, but level-headed being their preferred treat given a room corpulent of people.

  134. EverettGavyn says:

    oops … meant to say “variation on the theme of purple with neutrals” or maybe I should beget “Elizabeth musty a similar color and I believe she executed hers better”

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