How Luxurious Modern White Leather Headboard Designs

White leather headboard indeed gives us the clean impression and beautiful surely in designing looks. So, today you can see the wonderful modern and luxurious application of white headboards with leather material. With some of the latest designs, modern leather beds and frames leather headboard take design ideas to the next level. Introducing the headrests move that can be adjusted to the position that you want for any occasion. Just move them around the bed in all directions with the touch of a full white. The combining ideas between luxury and modern designs also done here.

Graceful White Leather Headboard with black cushion

Graceful White Leather Headboard with black cushion

So, in this great occasion we are going to discuss and share about how really luxurious modern white leather headboard designs. This innovative concept makes this bed and whiteย headboard already beautiful skin even more luxurious. Any ideas you may have for your comfortable position, you can combine with new modern designs by some inspiration here the required drawings old saying “make your bed and lie on it” literally. Simply move one or both leather headboard to where you want them now and have your way and the road at the same time. “. Headboard white luxury model guarantees that the signs of boredom in the bedroom is most definitely a thing of the past new leather bed modern by the headboard provide” an ideal place for virtually untrammeled dreaming – both by night and day. Platform beds are a great alternative to traditional headboard that many people have. As far as the comfortable beds go, this is quite an improvement over white leather headboard and mattress box spring which is used in so many households.

Gorgeous Tall white leather squares headboard

Gorgeous Tall white leather squares headboard

Queen Upholstered Headboard Leather White with cool design

Queen Upholstered Headboard Leather White with cool design

Many of the bed and white leather headboard have an Asian flair that reflects the bedroom furniture. But more important is how the bed really feel when you’re resting on it. Thatโ€™s all we can discuss and share about how really luxurious modern white leather headboard designs.

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185 thoughts on “How Luxurious Modern White Leather Headboard Designs”

  1. Jenna Z. says:

    If you are in europe Ive ordered a couple of rugs from rugvista/carpetvista. They been quality, with free shipping & got them on sale for a really expansive imprint (115 euro). Ive also bought rugs on etsy (expensive) and ebay.

  2. BradenJohnnyKieran says:

    Brilliant! This basic execute has been ancient for years, but it has always been tiny-child-sized and covered in cartoon characters…Like these:

  3. Hunter X. says:

    As an individual landlord, we * through a service to attain the background checks, other than calling references. I consider (the last time we had to effect this) that we aloof some information, but then the potential renter had to complete it and label off on it on their end. We felt that it was the best way. I also would say it was fair irresponsible for him to be carrying the forms around and leave them in a gym locker…

  4. Braelyn_Madilynn says:

    Thank you so @tBallard! I acquire the hunt! :)That is a cameroon juju hat, they in all sorts of colors… there are a few different online vendors, check out etsy or ebay as well!

  5. Amaya-Evie-Francesca says:

    The ceiling track for the curtains is a apt professional touch, and so shapely looking. This is a extremely well-curated space! The combination of colors within each fragment of art creates a whole. Thank you for sharing your fine space.

  6. George Alfonso Randall says:

    Fantastic. I recently bought a slew of white saucers and plates to using paper plates for parties. A few of them gold, silver, gray and black details on them. This is a great inspiration to up pens in the same colors and add some drawings to my set. Thanks for the post!

  7. Steve says:

    Also on my fantasy list– living in a orangeries/greenhouse.

  8. Ariana.Skyler.Demi says:

    I was going to say “sexy” about the bedroom. Mirrored headboard! Oooh-lah-lah! The apartment does feel relish a beachhouse. Looking at it makes me feel relish I can hear the waves coming in from outside. The has a estimable feel to it. Oh and teddy on the couch.

  9. Athena_Fatima_Aiyana says:

    i feel the whole “restrained” vibe, but i believe it might be a exiguous TOO restrained (for as fun as the inhabitants seem, what with the random legs scattered about) – try throwing in pops of warmer colors (maybe some more reds or oranges, even a warmer brown or purple hue someplace) to bring your place to life. the gray walls and gray-green couch almost dingy to me. then, it could also be the camera.

  10. Sebastian Makhi Mariano G. says:

    I never trees anymore. At first it was a health thing (all that pollen and mold and standing water in the house… no thank you) but after about a week with a false green tree I was really won over by the perfection of the artificial shape. I feel bask in ones sloppy now, all uneven branches and peculiar angles.And I admire the white trees that are regaining popularity at the moment. I almost got one this year but in the stuck with my cashmere fir. The white was too expensive for a possibly fleeting trend. But if they stick around for a few years I may honest give in and get one. ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. Manuel Byron B. says:

    WOW WOW WOW. What a apt apartment/house. apt job! I everything, ESPECIALLY the saving book shelf. I am totally copying that!

  12. Nina U. says:

    If I glance one more delicate vintage/antique wood fragment ruined with white paint and flowery appliques, I will scream.Too unpleasant no one in that snotty, overpriced Santa Monica shlock house will be there to hear me.

  13. Andi_Aranza says:

    Thank you CharlotteK! :)As I mentioned earlier on one of the comments in this thread, I part-time freelance interior staging and styling. So, I am proud to say that I the knack… as a designer and as a Yorker! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  14. Ariya-Marisol says:

    I appreciate the work you effect into this. I can where the hardware holes are, which is good. Given the you were going for, I understand the finishing choices you made. But the leather pulls are not my thing; they what they are: bargain DIY solutions. I consider I would absorb held out for some vintage pulls; this was worth it.

  15. JonIbrahimQuintin says:

    The pictures of this are phenomenal! I assume it all works and shows alot of personality. Carrie, can you declare us where you got the Marilyn Monroe wall art in the bedroom?

  16. Marco.Silas.Irving says:

    So for indoor cats! Most of them such insensible lives. This is really nice.

  17. Samara-Aileen-Azariah says:

    I also explore at my house with a perspective when I house guests whose opinions I value. Kinda luxuriate in being a tourist in your town when you visitors. Suddenly you everything in a novel light.

  18. Lila Aubri says:

    forgot link to the “science of gender” debate:

  19. Oscar-Emmanuel-Raul says:

    This is one of my huge concerns about to NYC, the of finding decent housing and housing without rodents. Anyone want to weigh in on how ample of a these things are? I live in Boston, and believe lived in two buildings where I heard there were mice, but never saw them. I lived in one building where I saw one in my unit and had a heart attack. Im happily rodent free where I live now. Will I just fill to some of intruders in a york apartment?

  20. Bailey Elle Jewel says:

    I the proper same bathroom floor tile plus pink wall tiles! All my fixtures & vanity are white, & I decide a elegant light gray paint. I hung lots of bright, multi-colored art & it is really glad & fun & I care for it! ?

  21. Dalary K. says:

    This is not an icecream not a food – but a neighbourly apartment question.My neighbour ( an Indian) loves to give me food. She cooks food. It to happen extremely ocassionally when I moved in first but now it has become a regular feature. 2 or 3 times in a week. I requested her that I her food but she need not.She is not a person who takes No easily.and would grasp offense if I consume stronger words. I attain not want to build her off. she is my next door neighbour.How design I achieve forth to her not to give me food.

  22. Journee Aleena G. says:

    The stones * and are out of whack with the rest of the room. pry off those rocks (perhaps them for a Shariah-inspired stoning of P2) and replace with drywall and paint, leaving a tasteful fireplcae with the correct-sized aperture for that wall.

  23. Pablo-Makhi-Jaheim says:

    Thanks for featuring our Roost Recycled Hanging Terrariums!I terrariums because my cats eat my houseplants.grow something!

  24. Javion says:

    The fresh Crate and Barrel catalog shows an L shaped of a 48″ and 36″ Pilsen glass topped desks. It looked good in the catalog and they were $199 and $179 not too painful.

  25. Deshaun F. says:

    @CanadianMango Lol, the snake is but the centipedes crawling up the dinner knives goes unnoticed?

  26. Isabela-ZZZ says:

    Borrow a cat for the day, and let it inch around all areas of your apartment. I live in London, and every household I know that does not bear a cat has a recurring mouse problem.

  27. Mitchell Camryn L. says:

    @LindaLW666 oops. How did that happen?Here are the egg crate thingies. And I – they changed my life.

  28. Bella says:

    I believe painting your walls a darker color would help. Check out “caramel sundae” by Behr (found out Depot). It might also be grand to paint the china cabinet white and hang a pendant lamp be pleased this one.

  29. Elsa999 says:

    I also affection the room…I pick up really pinked out, having a toddler girl of my own..But the dark and the */modern touches really work with the petal pink…its not even nauseating!

  30. Noel says:

    that is a lot of hardscape and a lot of grass to mow & feed. perhaps some grass could be replaced by native groundcover? professional advice is warranted here. chimney is bit overscale, can be refaced if goal is to it biggest focal point. painting out stripe may build exterior more bland, but two values darker on the stripe alone may work, while darker on everything below stripe would house seem more squat. front door needs colour. entry place @ door could be two values lighter than house.

  31. Josiah Salvador Jair M. says:

    Robbie, you could call this guy Ramone- he works for my regular car service in Queens (I live in Sunnyside) and has taken me to JFK in his minivan with my surfboard. (Ever an 8 foot board on the 7 and A trains? I have- not horrible, but not the most fun, either…!)Anyway, estimable guy, call him directly. 646.919.9222-Sara

  32. Leon.777 says:

    “Gary, I know you want to be able to gaze better, but putting your chair on top of the table is running you perilously to a life-threatening electrical shock.”

  33. Delaney.Taliyah says:

    @TeamTesla I gave one to my husband one year for Christmas. But not because we camp or travel – it was pure geek factor that made a titanium spork such a perfect gift.

  34. Travis_Terry says:

    Please. I know parents who could this advice in their contain homes.Great tips for when the family and friends come to visit and bring the ones. Thanks for the practical tips.

  35. Rosalie-Helen-Zaria says:

    I several of these, they really seem hardy. Mine are looking great, the ones on the patio are quite big.When I propagate them I fair crop a fragment of with secaturs, nothing has been sterilised, and pop it directly into a limited * of potting mix, fair water a bit more often for a couple of weeks and hey presto, it has always worked so far!!

  36. Terry1969 says:

    I an farmhouse fashion sink this would ogle kinda groovy with. You know, the between vintage and sleek chic…hmmmmm….Nah. My husband/handyman would probably call bulls**t on that.

  37. Paisley Addyson M. says:

    I had a lot of work stuff up that is taking me away from most of the Cure, but my goal is to rearrange/choose framed art. My apartment is so small, I only ever the same walls when I sit, and am tired of everything I see. I also want to gather a bathroom wall cabinet, but finding one that is black, with no mirror, max 8″ deep, not overly and formal, that is also inexpensive is proving to be incredibly difficult.

  38. Kaeden 33 says:

    Call me fashioned, but I holiday cards! Sending and receiving them.Sure, people enjoy seen pics of my kids on Facebook all year, but I a kick out of selecting a card that highlights one special picture and sending it to friends and family.Also, I try to be eco-friendly in many other areas and therefore am not going to beat myself up about the fact that some paper, etc. was ancient for this task. (I did spring for the recycled variety.) : )I say, to each his own. If you detest cards or it feels more a chore than fun to you, then by all means skip it. Everyone should eliminate holiday stress in whatever construct it manifests itself. For me cards are a come by positive, though.

  39. Aria-Peyton says:

    At last, a sofa my wife & I can both sleep on.

  40. Edith Magnolia V. says:

    I recommend shopping for leather in Seattle at McPherson Leather (also online here

  41. Landry.Dana says:

    Taking ideas from this house tour and implementing them into my Scandi house.

  42. Kristopher 1988 says:

    this is the ugliest of all the entries I seen, because this person actually WENT out of their draw to build their bathroom this, as opposed to the ones that attempted a and failed. This is not kitsch. Kitsch is cool. This is an unsuspecting bathroom that was attacked, and came out bloodied. Seriously.

  43. Dylan says:

    You can if the complex will let you paint the cabinet white – I had a complex that let me do that – add some fine towels for

  44. Cynthia@1991 says:

    @ben44 I neglected to say how grand I enjoyed following this cure. Hearing how great stuff people were removing from their closets and the decision-making processes involved, and reading about the relief after getting a gigantic of clothes out has been to me and fun. astronomical work.

  45. Quentin says:

    And, being Australian, I always all animals had to be quarantined for ages (like, 6 months or something) when they entered.

  46. Tristen_Noe_Maximillian says:

    @MoniqueDC I would be wary about the scented candles lit in a bathroom. miniature spaces and perfumed air would discontinuance my sisters airway in a matter of seconds. Since I only one bath, I it scent free.

  47. Elisha 99 says:

    I recently snagged a 1974 Raleigh International touring bicycle with all modern Campagnolo parts from an estate auction for $150. They sell for between $600 and $1200, but I decided to it my main vehicle. It may not be furniture, but storing it in my living room has definitely spruced the up.

  48. Camille_Nataly says:

    Ryan – room looks great. Am enthusiastic in the bed and the inner workings (how the mattress is supported). I want to a variation for my grandchild coming in February. Would enjoy you letting me know if there are plans available for this bed. Thanks.

  49. Angie Guadalupe says:

    I spent a few weeks in France last month, and I took several pictures of bistro chairs. Or I took a of every bistro that I fell in with so there must bear been at least 25. ;-). I managed to track down a for $400 + $100 in shipping from a Florida dealer last year who I convinced to sell me a set. They are beyond and I would to upload a picture to the post. I loads of compliments on them!

  50. Emery.Lorelai.Tinsley says:

    Les- can I ask if you painted your walls yourselves, or did you them done? I also fill some 20 ft. walls to deal with and would to withhold the painting costs down if at all possible, but unsure of how difficult it would be to ourselves.I also vote for a Chandelier ๐Ÿ™‚

  51. Trace says:

    I once saw a photo of a loft bed that I believe might actually work. The studio apartment had a kitchen and breakfast bar/desk area. The bed was on a mechanized pulley system that lowered from a bulkhead in the ceiling to rest directly on top of the kitchen counters. I would want a step of some kind, but that seems mighty more doable to me than anything a ladder.

  52. Novalee says:

    lol you missed Eid al Fitr and Eid al Adha. Most calendars enjoy Ramadan on them… ๐Ÿ™‚

  53. Zachariah.Matthias says:

    extremely well-done. A jewel box itself, although with the feel of a large, heavily decorated mansion the one I once had the pleasure of staying in on the Gold of Chicago.

  54. Craig Emmett Cristofer F. says:

    Pneumaphile, yes, you can lift them at The Studio of Kevin Weeks at

  55. Kiara Esperanza says:

    I natural brick myself – and thats expensive paneling to paint over too – but essentially, every family needs to what works for them and adds in the enjoyment of their home. Life is too short to live with raw brick if you disapprove it every time you into the room.I deem having a movie room relish this would be orderly fun.

  56. Sage.Isaak says:

    While extremely attractive, I saw no mention of the work in bright sink to the kitchen island. If you effect a sink in the island, you beget to sewer waste, supply lines, and a vent to the sink ($$$).

  57. Elsie-Claudia-Mercy says:

    I saw an interview that SJP once gave from her position — I the layout — and these pictures impartial prove the staged home, not how they actually live(d). It was beautiful! —

  58. Lola.Rylie.Aadhya says:

    my grandmother faded to this after filtering the water and hold it in the day when i visited she accidently establish wine in the coffee maker though.ugh.

  59. Blake says:

    No doubt this is a extremely neatly designed apartment, though I detached don’t accept the partition. It seems unnecessary and considerate of awkward. I do like the house tour, so you can a better sense of the flow. How are the knives stored on the counter, Paul? I guess some considerate of built it, but it looks elegant cool. It’s a really home and I to say I it more this time around. Every bit of the plot (except that pesky partition) seems well designed and to construct the most of the space. of this came from the fellow who actually designed the space, but I you’ve made it your beget and worked well with the space. I the kitchen table and bonus points to anyone who can deal with a Murphy bed on day-to-day basis. It will be to notice what else you up with as time goes on!

  60. Bexley says:

    I enjoy grown up in the city all my life and I ambient noise. The sirens from ambulances and police can find extremely annoying, but overall, I noise. It makes it feel indulge in you are living life – not sitting in motion.

  61. Harmoni W. says:

    These systems are more prevalent in the USA than in other countries. Having lived out of the USA for years on extinguish during my life, I realized that Seagull: We/Americans are quite concerned with safety as compared to other cultures. If you are going to travel, the response from friends is “Be safe”. Really? We construct a violent culture comparatively speaking. So these systems are necessary in reality to you safer and in theory to construct you feel safer.

  62. Amya says:

    style, but it reminds me more of an Anthropologie store than a home–the quirk feels placed rather than expressed from the soul. (Perhaps a person who thinks the faux bookshelves are taking up the plot where her loyal bookshelves would stand is not the best person to render an opinon.)

  63. Steve 696 says:

    I purchased the top rated Hoover Wind Tunnel bagless when I bought my first home. Really titanic suction at first but when the main filter starts to dirty, the suctions begins to degrade. It was also a concern in @$$ to out the bin because all the hair and dust just stuck to the inside. The main filter is expensive to replace, about $30 each, in addition to the HEPA filter. I gave it away and bought a Dyson DC07. While the suction is not as tall as the Hoover, it does remain constant unlike the Hoover. acquire not replaced a single fragment after two years of service.

  64. Thomas Reagan W. says:

    all,I’m furnishing my condo and I’m heading out to the burbs on Saturday to check out West Elm in Oak Brook, Dania in Lombard, and the Crate & Barrel outlet in Naperville (IKEA is a whole other day). I’ve only seen the West Elm and Dania catalogues and contain only been to the Crate & Barrel outlet on Clybourn. I’m hoping the drag will not disappoint… Anything else worthwhile in that that I should check out as well? Is the Room & Board in Oak Brook any different from the by Michigan Ave? Room & Board would be at the top of my range, by the way, to give you a sense of my budget. And since this is my first time buying major pieces of furniture, I’ve never paid great attention to the sales cycles. But I believe there will be more sales in June/July, right? Does anyone know what sales are coming up and if it’s worth it to wait a bit?Thanks!

  65. Milo B. says:

    Better, and cheaper wallpaper to abet drawing on walls at Land of Nod (I it):

  66. Ruby777 says:

    I this in my bathroom, and I an reply to both the pump and toothpaste questions. For the pumps/bottles, I went towww.sunburstbottle.comand ordered a bunch of stuff. They acquire a really colossal selection & their prices are reasonable.In terms of toothpase, if you a lotion pump (which is different from a soap pump, apparently) you can any of the liquid-gel toothpastes from Crest, Colgate, etc. It works great, imho.

  67. Milan says:

    Hola, María, hermoso departamento! specially the first and last picture.I imagine that if you owned the apartment, you would eliminate some walls, the spaces are gigantic but that floor view is screaming for a radical intervention. But the bathroom is the strangest thing I´ve seen: is it split in two by the balcony?

  68. Tristin Mohammed Kylan says:

    I never took a nap, or rarely, until about 4 months ago when I had an where I fainted on the job. Since then I feel I need a nap every day around 1:30/2, but let me command you, if that nap goes considerable over an hour I am doomed for the rest of the night!

  69. Brent Xzavier Ryker says:

    I contemplate it would less busy and tie in the other side of the room if you painted the outer rim brown or black. As is sparkling too but that mirror looks appreciate it needs to absorb vertically.

  70. Jessie says:

    This website sucks! I can`t figure how to vote…

  71. Jameson Elvis says:

    i was expecting to discover brown paint and accessories, not various wood tones….

  72. DylanRemington says:

    It looks fabulous! Really repurposing. I enjoy to wonder, though, how the seller felt about you leaving the legs and chairs behind…

  73. Jordan Ashlyn Kaylynn says:

    This is the strongest entry that I fill seen yet. Bold, radiant and sophisticated. adore it!!!

  74. Kellen.Guadalupe says:

    I would also add the fake Forget-Me-Nots (brunnera). The flowers similar to Forget-Me-Nots but they acquire estimable heart shaped leaves all season as opposed to the Forget-Me-Nots which die to the ground by the middle of the season (and typically reseed for the following year).

  75. Kieran_Pranav says:

    http://www.create for because it offers a wrote variety of crafting materials and bulk pricing tiers.

  76. Coby H. says:

    cherish the colors in the roomwhere are the pillowcases purchased?

  77. Ava_Kaylie_Zariyah says:

    Yes, it looks interesting, but why would anyone who really reads books want to attach them the biggest of furniture in the room, such that furniture must be man-handled aside to even what is on the shelves, much less arrive the book desired?The only this placement build would work is if the lower shelves were conventional for things that are only needed once a year. believe Christmas tree decorations or Curvier & Ives thanksgiving platters.Each to his or her contain preference, but perhaps a sofa table and some wall-mounted shelving might be less anguish and as attractive? my opinion, of course.

  78. Miracle Annabella V. says:

    unbiased helped my Iraqi roommate chase into her temporary (hopefully) basement apartment. She was sad to leave my condo for the dusky basement but it was distinguished for school. As I inspected her bathroom, some of her overpacked items fell from the coffee table and she freaked out and said, “Do you assume there is a genie here?”I stood there speechless as she went to each room saying Arabic prayers and spitting three times to drive the genie away. It was for her peace of mind and whom am I to say anything about it?

  79. Kaden Ralph G. says:

    I appreciate the of this apartment and the feeling of home. A truly blend of antiques and modern. Would esteem to try and assign some of the photos as inspiration!

  80. Parker Annabella says:

    I had a bird down the chimney in my apartment. Luckily I had a of plywood along with a fire conceal covering the opening, but I serene had to accept it out of there. My attempt to glean it in a box failed and it started flying around. I hid in my room until it calmed down, then opened windows until it found one to escape.I will admit to letting it suffer for a bit in the fireplace as it awoke me at an ungodly hour and I did not yet enough energy to deal with it.

  81. Zoie-ZZZ says:

    Skin it with polycarbonate and a light around the perimeter. Sunny all day and elegant chilly at night – albeit not really on the cheap.

  82. Mercy@696 says:

    Two new faves:

  83. Hector.Alexzander says:

    @* nugget Sorry to hear you cannot hinge a table – but it is also so to natural light. If you are willing to occupy a few risks, I can heartily recommend Freecycle. I am helping some friends furnish their modern partly that way. It is astounding some of the delicate items people assign on Freecycle. Wishing you well.

  84. Karlie says:

    The mac mini ditched the optical drive when they switched to i5/i7.

  85. Tyler.Chaim.Shamar says:

    Thanks for your about the bowls I created LSAB. I realize the examine is not for everyone, but many of us delight in the look.And for those that do, the wax for distressing is straight off a certain candle….it is not melted.Thank you so grand apartment therapy for this microscopic feature. I am thrilled and so grateful to be promoted on your website!

  86. Amelia Leona A. says:

    I Flou beds fill the best storage. easy access, dust free, invisible. And high quality hardware– I consider the mechanism is renowned for its longevity. But, they are a lot pricier than most of the other options mentioned here. apt FYI.

  87. Juliana Penny says:

    I cherish the carpet and those knowing individual armchairs!!!! the rabbit print yes, the dull rabbit not…

  88. Chris says:

    That wall of curtains is a idea. If you wanted to the louvered blinds you can with a pelmet over the window and add sheers or regular curtains. Or, you could them and add a roman blind under the pelmet.

  89. CarlClayVincenzo says:

    Cara, so to examine your blooming position and even lovelier spirit! Your authenticity and creativity continue to shine through in everything you do…

  90. Harry says:

    I admire the hanging light bulb arrangement, its got a estimable yet something so classical about its shape. How did you come about having it?

  91. Eli_Izaiah says:

    I remember reading about this and seeing photos, but the video really helps explain.

  92. Breanna-777 says:

    What a delicate getaway. In the reno process, I hope Rick keeps the furniture, the fireplace, and those windows.

  93. Isai 1998 says:

    A friend had a similar living room in a craftsman-style house. There was she could with it.My suggestion: deem swapping the living the dining rooms. The dining room is usually more square.

  94. Lea says:

    Hey guys Alexis here! I contain been getting a lot of questions as far as where did I net stuff. The wood wall DC fix can be bought at:

  95. Adeline-Haven-Christina says:

    I realize this is the silliest thing to on in such a glowing blooming space, but where can I sheets in that warm, smoky grey color?! I been searching high and crude and every grey I collect has purple undertones… I admire this set! Anyone?

  96. KimberlyDanielleAnnalee says:

    If you a concrete pour, it maybe be feasible to exercise Green Concrete Mix by Quikrete.

  97. Noah Morgan Ronaldo says:

    I bought a double dip pendant lamp from CB2 for over my dining room table, should be delivered tomorrow. I really the shade and the label is unbeatable.

  98. Milana Rivka Heather W. says:

    Barb in CT…. I opinion the residence was lovely; but seeing the neighborhood through the windows made me sad. I believe painstakingly restored a historic in a similar neighborhood. Several neighbors bulldozed itsy-bitsy cottages but rebuilt favorable homes that “meshed” with the historic style. Our cleave of heaven has become one of the most sought-after locations in town. I truly feel for their neighbors. What a shame.

  99. Aldo@1969 says:

    im so enraged to be on AT!the before and after photos are especially inspiring…before:

  100. Ruby Sandra Marleigh B. says:

    “whether color or artwork should over the headboard”I vote for artwork. I bet you that if I gave you some canvas and paint, you would probably up with something original.

  101. Avianna.Vienna says:

    What an extraordinary home, hands down my favorite! There is something about Scandinavian that fits my soul to a “T”!Thank you for the expedient tour ๐Ÿ™‚

  102. Annalise-2016 says:

    We live 6 hours away from and usually can not it back for Thanksgiving! So, with the attend my Brother and Sister in law (who also live in Chicago) we started Friendsgiving, where we eat early, fraction laughs and drinks, all while watching Christmas Movies all day! This is year 5, and going strong!

  103. JaydenAdamLeroy says:

    Most important: DURABILITY! your kitchen for 25 years (not 10). That means quality cabinets and durable countertops and flooring. IMO, cork – while an easily renewable resource – is not an environmentally-responsible kitchen floor because it will need to be replaced within 10 years (and will rough those last few years). I appreciate your other flooring options, including “sustainable hardwood”, which to me means locally-sourced or salvaged and FSC when possible.

  104. DevinFinnegan says:

    blissful birthday Apartment Therapy! Only been with you for about 2 years but since I joined I visit this dwelling daily~ (total addict to AT)

  105. Pranav.696 says:

    Went with white and a lime green throw.Thank you so much!!Here is a picture:

  106. Kaya Y. says:

    P2, Enrique, I you got it all wrong. You are looking at this as staged, static. I it more a 30 second frame in a longer shot:She finished having passionate, animalistic *, mind blowing * with ME. She is out of breath, there no water anywhere close, she is thirsty. She decides to to the kitchen and remembers how the marble floor is. groggy, she stood up trying to attach her shoes on and stumble on your sofa, chair, chaise, settee…Even if she let some liquid on your expensive furniture all you to is muster courage, remember Maxwell on how to shapely and that’s it.There is movement Gentlemen. By ignoring this fact you are missing the whole story.

  107. Joel Francisco Zachariah D. says:

    @Virginia Grayson @carswell my thoughts as well! my 15lb dog takes up a lot less space/is less disruptive than a full-size human being.

  108. Salma-Halle says:

    had this ‘issue” a few years befriend and our landlord refused to let us change them. so we bought rolls of grass clothe…they arrive in all kinds of colors….and them to the size of the cabinets, attached them with double sided tape(use the “industrial” kind) and then when we moved ripped everything down…little adhesive remover and they where the same as when we moved in. did this trick again to a stack-able washer and dryer combo that sits off to the side of my kitchen now……

  109. Nia-Imani-Elaine says:

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  110. Anonymous says:

    …wait, who had the paper route for 5 cents a week?I this refrigerator (the looks, anyway), and would seriously consider it, depending upon the energy ratings and whether or not I had a separate freezer. I seen the ones with the freezer in a separate compartment with its door on top, but not for sale in the U.S.I there is a larger market than what one might for more European appliances…those that are counter-depth, smaller, etc.

  111. Fredy T. says:

    I how you obviously absorb four matching chairs, but decided to exercise one at the desk and add that one out to the dining table!

  112. Grayson.1976 says:

    come on people creatvie you dontneed to spend$$$$ for any of these thing REUSE, RECYCLE do DO…mAJ

  113. Reagan-Eden-Aniya says:

    I cook all the time and I would never never of ordering anything from fresh direct. Especially not when I am living in a big city with all kinds of stores. Once or twice a week I lunge on a shopping tour and I affection my cheese shop, my meat shop, my fish shop, my coffee shop and my vegetable shop. I even rarely go to a regular market as my dinky shops provide me with a better variety.

  114. Zachary-Jeffery-Augustus says:

    Yes to the crimson door. hard to examine the windows, but if you crown over the tops, contemplate painting it an accent color. same with other Architectural moulding. And rather than painting the stairs all white or off white., paint the risers and maintain the steps themselves brown or the same color as the porch. Also paint your capstones the same brown.

  115. Juniper says:

    This is fine ! I would be with anything warm and comfy.

  116. Joanna_Olive_Chelsea says:

    @Alana-in-CanadaI was completely intrigued by the winter books ๐Ÿ™‚ It sounds promising!

  117. Jasmine_Julie says:

    Here is everything you need to know about St. Joseph and his estate prowess.

  118. Chaim says:

    Actually really oppose a solid in this case. affection this for your chair:

  119. Jaiden_Jonathon_Davian says:

    i loved the room, it has such a warm glow and cosy feeling. you hit the nail on the head with your gypsy comment, that is so me and i never could achieve a name to it. surround yourself with what you love. im so tired of the stiff over decorated rooms we behold so great of.

  120. Deshawn Nigel R. says:

    Aulaire–Thanks for the out! I check in every now and then (and trying to accept AT to post a interior I impartial completed!!).And you are correct, it was the lighting that turned the Benjamin Moore “Wrought Iron” a moon-glow-inspired purple. But I could this room also working with a fine deep aubergine also.

  121. Briella says:

    @hng23 I am impartial the same. When I MM, I contemplate at curtains and gardens and play “spot-the-William-Morris” pattern. I live in the US, but I often come by the UK decorating magazines, which I relish so grand better than the US ones (no more beige and mid-century for me!). Someone else mentioned books – absolutely! I recently read a decluttering book that was in many ways quite insightful, but I finally had to it down when the author – a decluttering consultant – wrote that she allowed her clients only 30 books each!

  122. Jayce.Leon.Seamus says:

    Hey, verasue, helpful post! Thanks.But, I agree with readingglasses. This musty styled suzanis are not inspiring. I assume the ones offered at this store – – grasp a yourself.Here is the link to suzanis category –

  123. Rafael.Braylon.Cruz says:

    Oh, this is fabulous. I the perfect for it. to mama, sweet chair.

  124. Marshall666 says:

    I ancient to savor the power squid, but that as before I discovered the current Belkin line of surge protectors: they believe “block spaces” specifically for all the gadgets that never were an years and years ago, plus they either convenient shapes to build to desks or walls, or can be concealed with a cover.

  125. Eileen says:

    that I conclude not to live in a that because I would need to give up sewing.

  126. Damon Ezequiel Reuben V. says:

    Sultryscribe and Marina_g I can leer how you made the connection, we both enjoy a cherish for the colours. AA is a extremely talented lady and has tall style. you what I done. your comments.

  127. Lawson says:

    @armadillorodeo I wonder if the first portray was taken before they changed the doors, or applied a contact paper? Because its the same throughout the rest of the photo set. That is irregular though. #thedevilisinthedetails

  128. Jax says:

    No WAY. I contain been swooning over that house for years! Now where to approach up with that $3.75 million…

  129. AllisonCatalina says:

    I admire Bon Ami. It is also inexpensive which is not always the case for some green cleaners.

  130. Henley Kenna Linda L. says:

    The gray looks a cramped severe and dark to me – I would with a beige and white color scheme, similar to this house (season 2 kitchen):

  131. Bryan-Griffin says:

    If you can paint the walls a shimmering glossy white, will advantage bounce light. Also light, gleaming colors in your furnishngs, blankets, curtains, panels, etc. the bunks, the drsser to middle of the room, drawars facing bunks, give those to the kids, and hang some really inexpensive curtain panels leisurely the dresser, the ones available at ikea. Then you can absorb the extremely tine the panels, the bed, underneath for drawar stoage. Invest in a really storage system for the closet for hanging clothes, and leer if you can out a work home desk, with file system for you and your kids schoolwork outside of the room, on a wall somewhere, to back some of that clutter out if the shared bedroom. profitable luck to you!

  132. Parker_Mohamed_Jordyn says:

    None of the above – Nobody should believe overhead lights in a living room.

  133. Rylan 696 says:

    Yes, eSusan, but one might program the Holodeck to simulate a kitchen in instruct to cook recreationally, and this is probably what it would glance like.

  134. Aurora-Faith-Evie says:

    for before and after posts, one should post before & after pics from same residence & angle. if this is same spot, please identify as such, because elements are not detectable.

  135. Annalise.ZZZ says:

    I would esteem the chance to listen to Sleigh lag on a modern system.Happy Holiday, indeed!!

  136. Emmett Demarcus Dylon says:

    Fifi,Check out these Smallest Coolest entries to observe how brick looks next to some much colors:

  137. Sheldon says:

    I it too, but would the cabinets as a navy blue, to match the blue of the backsplash. Still, well done!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  138. Patricia M. says:

    This is so beautiful. And no, 5 hours is not a long time for any project that looks anywhere advance as excellent as this. You really enjoy to unprejudiced contain a cramped and and determination. This is well done.

  139. JuliaAthenaScarlette says:

    The colors are fine, but like replied before you competition with the doors and the sofa, so the fabricate is diminished. Maybe unprejudiced the same color for the doors as the trim, and maybe a neutral lag for the sofa.

  140. Carlee says:

    Another place of glowing historic stained wood windows falls victim to the paint fad. job on the built-in however. Judging by the patched baseboard, and the flooring running in a different direction there, I suspect there may fill originally been a limited develop in there between the two side windows.

  141. Evangeline.Jaliyah says:

    So many tremendous details in this space. the mix of natural materials, the (brick?) wall that shifts from faded subway to a chevron pattern, and that indoor “greenhouse” :)Definitely caught my in my RSS feed to further. Winner for sure!

  142. Davon-Dandre says:

    My project is a on the miniature side, to commence with at least, but I it will a major impact on my main living/dining room. I fill a expansive mirror over the fireplace but it does not a frame – it came with the house when I bought it in 2011. I grew up in Orleans surrounded by antiques, including a house with framed mirrors in cute every room. (Live in the PNW now.) So my project is to finally measure the mirror and hunt down and gain a great frame from either goodwill or an antique shop and frame the mirror – this will add polish and to my main room! Bigger project for the main room is to whether or not to paint the brick fireplace, and if so, or whitewash…..or something else entirely.Thanks for helping me collect motivated to improve my living space!

  143. George O. says:

    the ceiling. See, here is MY dilemma:* popcorn ceiling in ground floor condo with windows along only one side. I NOT want to or someone try to coat over the entire ceiling with so plaster in disclose to try and compose it perfect. I NOT want to choose ALL of the ceilings and build in ceiling board. I build wish my upstairs neighbor was quieter however I apprehension losing even 1/4″ in height.So…. to cloak ceiling in thin wood? If so…. what and would it painted HIGH gloss white? Would it notice of bask in a deck ceiling?Opinions please.

  144. Amari says:

    You would be to stick with Craftsman tools, Live Time warrantee on their standard tools, wrenches, * drivers, ect. It breaks bring it replaced for free, no questions asked.

  145. Marvin Adrien Kyan says:

    The of the place looks great, but the stair and railing could contain been chosen differently. There are so many other options out there that could fill complimented the place better.

  146. Janessa E. says:

    In my “nesting phase” of pregnancy, I managed to purge many long-time-ago started projects, many, many bags of clothes meant for repurposing, and many craft supplies (paints, glues and such believe a lifetime, you know)Then I measured and took a photo of all my fabrics, neatly folded and effect them in certain bags. One by one I packed six shelves corpulent to the brim.Six shelves! *!I decided that it is to finally all my fabrics on one place, and it will conclude that way. That was six months ago, and I can proudly say that it did. I purchased some modern fabrics, for immediate needs of a project or if there was a “hole” in my shelves that is colossal enough to be occupied with it.Similar things happened to other supplies. Some of them went to a trash can, some to my daughter kindergarten group, some to crafty friends. All that left I organized in appropriate containers, and filled another six shelves. That left one shelf empty to (finally!) become a plot for my sewing machines.The only thing that is now out of control is that I, nccata, am keeping a neverending list of “I want to do” projects…Crafting is not a curable thing…

  147. Owen Marcos Joan G. says:

    Oh yes– that hole under the window actually archaic to bear a washing machine (which was moved to a closet the breakfast nook).Curly-cue woodwork will be demolished– though I kinda the shelves!

  148. Rosemary.Carlee says:

    Marimekko shops in Finland always floor me. Over and over, they manage to update prints with colors and also find designers who construct prints! I marimekko in every room…Lately they fill been showing fun craft projects on youtube:

  149. Cristopher.Camren says:

    I was surprised to a 25 year warranty mentioned. We apt discovered this product last week at Depot and I made a point of checking the warranty period to that of Pergo and I what I saw replied 15 years rather than 25. Are you about it being 25?

  150. Emanuel says:

    p(too) – curious, why are green bathrooms a mistake? does it to compose with how it might affect the light quality, savor how some fluorescent lighting is supposed to be unflattering b/c it has a greenish cast?

  151. Landen Eugene W. says:

    I begin working in my pjs because I feel that all the ideas that pop up in my head as soon as I wake up would vanish if I took the time to shower and pick up dressed. Internet and phones are turned off and I need a gargantuan * of tea, a bowl of fruit and almonds on my desk . I only presentable for a leisurely lunch and walk, the rest of the day is variable. Sometimes I work in the afternoon other times in the evening till late. Whatever works I guess.

  152. Heath.1987 says:

    it! So * and cheery. luck to you on your chapter of your life! It will better and you this agreeable to demolish in to a start! Yay to you!

  153. Maxwell says:

    Awesome!! I live in Charlotte, NC and vaguely remember seeing this house online for sale before they purchased it. They done an job renovating it from what it was.

  154. Maeve-Maia-Celine says:

    I can already how self-conscious this whole “trend” will be. And how far from “authentic” it is to something and then buy to it.Oh, and that authentic-looking AGA is probably about $30K…and that room better be in England, because it would not be authentic at all in the U.S.

  155. Blair Beatrice H. says:

    Yuck is correct. When I bought my house the ceiling was the green color and the walls were the gloomy purple color. It took many coats of paint to the cave feeling. My kitchen had the green (split pea) color on the walls. My neighbors notion the walls were black. That is only some of the the previous owners did to a house built in 1939.

  156. DelilahMadilynn says:

    Since my business is demanding, I am in need of a corpulent service deal. Can you befriend me or refer me. This individual need not be a pro, fair taste.

  157. Seth Lawson A. says:

    Even better fact:The first Thanksgiving was actually at Berkeley Plantation, upriver from Jamestown (settled 1607) in the Colony of Virginia, on December 4, 1619, a year before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth.Capt. John Woodlief (of the Margaret) and his fellow settlers were fullfilling an edict from the London Company that…“Wee ordaine that the day of our ships arrivall at the assigned for plantacon in the land of Virginia shall be yearly and perpetually keept holy as a day of thanksgiving to Almighty *.”

  158. Kenny_Nestor_Andreas says:

    I believe a similar lamp to the one photographed here:

  159. Brent says:

    engage it to a car body shop and bear them paint it professionally for you.

  160. Rosie-1968 says:

    White roofs worldwide could compensate for the loss of ice cap in the battle against climate change! (I wondering about floating gigantic Styrofoam blocks in the Arctic to befriend restore the reflection of heat that is out of control — this could also be a factor.One of these days, ecological concerns will need to outweigh ones…

  161. BiancaAngie says:

    its as if the author or marketing professional who wrote this has no knowledge of NASs or the ability to consume google

  162. Reginald_Deshawn says:

    (also, i bear no contrivance of proving whether or not my paranoia is justified, but the of putting books on painted shelves always made me wary – i imagined there would be some sort of chemical reaction from the paint which would demolish the pages of the books)

  163. Ingrid Carlee M. says:

    Did anyone already suggest the trilogy by Phillip Pullman, “His dusky Materials”? The first is “The Golden Compass,” then “The Subtle Knife,” and lastly, “The Amber Spyglass.” The first book is the best, in my opinion. And I contemplate there is a movie from a few years ago, too.

  164. Kody.ZZZ says:

    I usually check with my library for Audiobooks first – in the library and through OverDrive. I was listening to A Feast for Crows last weekend while I was cleaning. :)I really want to read that Marie Kondo book but my library only had one copy and I was first in line for a and then it magically went missing.

  165. Gabriel.Jay says:

    The worst thing about this machine is that cat hair inevitably clogs the drain pipe and it fills up (and possibly overflows?) with poopy water. Apparently there is quite a lot of hair in cat *. I really, really wanted one until I found out the harmful details.

  166. RonaldoFidel says:

    Actually MrGreen, according to their website, the dusky one is 100% recycled.

  167. Katelyn.Saylor.Monroe says:

    What a glowing – I could hotfoot in (after finishing the loft for a Master Bedroom Suite)And I affection the windows – an odd but perfect choice.

  168. Aisha 1966 says:

    I bought one of these from:

  169. Hannah.Norah.Frida says:

    Such a astounding idea. Even if you once had these items, undoubtedly they are packed in an unknown box or they got customary and abused at your previous spot and never made it to the new one.

  170. Nylah says:

    This has a lot to hold in. Not my but dazzling none the less. I would want a blank place for the to rest but again, some like to every bit of wall and vertical surfaces. Some achieve it with treasures and items, some it with unprejudiced stuff. This is the conventional for sure.

  171. Anastasia Kalani Nataly says:

    They should taken a at the English beach cottage pictures here on AT before diving into a decor. They had such a and messed it up.

  172. Ricky.Gideon.Garrison says:

    Curses! Sent a too short sweater and a candle holder to the charity shop last week. Should waited.

  173. Zachariah says:

    @AL in VA What you are referring to as “biological reasons” are simply idiotic reasonings attach forth by evolutionary psychologists that believe no basis in society. Evo Psychs rational, or lack of, behind women=pink was that in the days of hunting and gathering women would gain berries to eat and berries and red/pink and thats why today women are “”naturally”” inclined towards pink. Not gendered socialization. Not intense gendered marketing. fair berries.That theory falls apart when you realize that crimson and pink were largely reserved for men in the past and blue was seen an comely and obviously a womans color.

  174. Michaela-Sylvie says:

    Penguin triple pane windows are the best for sound-proofing. The government is also offering a rebate for these windows because they are so energy efficient!

  175. SofiaAmaraMadalynn says:

    cardboard computer cases… perfect to attract dust or maybe to a fire?

  176. Reese33 says:

    This is a colossal idea, but being a mosaic artist it would to be mosaiced. It would be a precise ogle catcher and a work of art if it were mosaiced as well.

  177. CharlotteSadieJazmine says:

    The Improvised Life defies categorization, and that is of what makes it so great. No matter how mighty I try to pare down my inbox, I can never unsubscribe – I it morning reading – morning inspiration, really. IMPROVISED LIFE!

  178. Maliyah.Kenna.Monserrat says:

    I appreciate this but it can look devour you havent quite had time to them. Another hint is direct strps

  179. Arthur Conor says:

    *!! I affection it! That Salvation Army store is quiet there!! On 8th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues. The lady with the cigarette hanging out of her mouth was hysterical!

  180. Emmaline-1973 says:

    If hosting parties is your “indulgence” (as opposed to disappear or dining out or Jimmie Choos…) then for it!I it is actually quite hospitable to tailor the table to the event and to your guests, and not self indulgent or LAME at all.The only thing stopping me from doing this is the room to store the options! Although I must admit I do absorb room to advantage my napkin ring fetish. :)Thank * I find to live vicariously in client tabletop photoshoots!

  181. Kaleb says:

    I the Kindle is indescribably hideous. How could they something so basic so convoluted and *? Compare and with the Nook from Barnes & Noble:

  182. Evalyn K. says:

    Wowwwww!!! Though the dresser is not my typical style, I actually appreciate this. Absolutely brilliant!

  183. Delaney C. says:

    Ida, I checked out your grout. Amazing. What exactly is “grout finish”? Can you the process?Your baby is beautiful, btw. ๐Ÿ™‚

  184. Aisha Kiera Blaire says:

    I truly agree with all of these suggestions… but I would caution the perfectionist that has several cost things to sell, be careful not to employ 10 hours posting $20 worth of stuff unless you that type of thing.If the goal is to regain rid of stuff quickly, a minimal post with a few photos in the free of craigslist will the most extraordinary things quickly. My friend was bombarded with calls by people who wanted to haul away a pile of dirty cinder blocks from his backyard when he posted in the free section.

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