Incredible And Unique Combination Window Seat Bench

Window seat bench come as the best ideas to maximize the space and make it full function, especially space around the windows. There are so many ways to design interior. So also a way to decorate the windows. We must have often seen using various accessories window curtain, with different sizes, shapes and colors / patterns that we can choose. But in addition to the accessory window, there are other ways that can make the window of your house look more attractive. You can add a window seat.

window seat bench buzz decor with white cushion, curtain, and carpet

window seat bench buzz decor with white cushion, curtain, and carpet

So, in this great occasion we are going to discuss and share about how really incredible and unique combination window seat bench. Windows and benches can be placed in an area with beautiful scenery, but of course can only be implemented in a particular place. Area window definitely get the intensity of natural light is quite a lot. That’s why you can put a chair in the window area to enjoy outdoor scenery with comfortable seating. You can spend time relaxing with a book by the natural light of the sun. Bench-windows can be designed with an additional closet / storage drawer at the edges. With this technique, nearly all the area can be used, thereby minimizing the place is wasted. Using a combination of a chair and the window is actually a smart way enhance the look of the interior of the house. You probably have never seen before design bench-window. So, it’s time for you to look at the various designs of seat-window below.

DIY Window Bench Seats with cool design

DIY Window Bench Seats with cool design

Window bench seat with best design and there are pretty cool cushion

Window bench seat with best design and there are pretty cool cushion

A window area that is utilized by placing a chair equipped with a pillow. Both sides of this bench has storage areas such as closets that you can use to store your stuff or as a place to display ornaments and other decorations. Details of the curtains, chandeliers and furniture print adds to the charm of this space. That’s all we can discuss and share about how really incredible and unique combination window seat bench.

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188 thoughts on “Incredible And Unique Combination Window Seat Bench”

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  4. Nancy66 says:

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  5. AnnikaMyah says:

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  6. Cali-Briana-Keyla says:

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  7. Jayla.Mariana.Bailee says:

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  8. Kassidy.Ellen.Clementine says:

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  9. Michaela.Collins.Eileen says:

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  13. Andreas says:

    I want to reupholster my dining room chairs. This would be a step into getting the project started.

  14. Ari88 says:

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  16. Kristina.Mariyah says:

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  17. Camilla-2004 says:

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  18. Zachary says:

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  20. Katherine_Sariah_Lizbeth says:

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  21. Jair says:

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  22. Cali Sloane says:

    That chair wants to be in fresh Orleans. Give it to me and its dreams can true.My approved chair on Earth, in my color.

  23. Xavier-Josiah-Jase says:

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  24. Aileen says:

    elegant to observe an exterior and neighborhood shots…so many homes featured are in chilly areas and I seeing that (as well as the views from inside). Thanks for adding this.

  25. Aldo says:

    anna–would you shifting the bed to one side? That would give you the combined 30″ location to work with.As far as lamps go, are you finding the bases to be too wide or the lamps too or both? What about wall-mounted lamps?

  26. Amanda says:

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  27. Sarai-777 says:

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  28. Isabel Maxine J. says:

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  29. Marlon-ZZZ says:

    @ngnerd : Did you my comment? I replied the same thing about the stair “accident waiting to happen” on the main house tour post for this house – my comment was deleted, as yours will probably be as well.

  30. Arianna Gwen Y. says:

    THANK YOU for comment #3 – if I another studio apartment with one of those see-through bookcases separating the couch from the bed I am going to scream. I lived in a dazzling pre-war studio for two years and could never for the life of me understand why someone would want to lift a cramped residence and it feel even smaller.

  31. Arabella 1995 says:

    no mounting hardware is included. you will need to by your local hardware store and buy some screws/anchors.

  32. Fabian.Alfred.Garrison says:

    I was raised on the Whole Earth Catalog and Shelter. In and out of eco-conscious communes with people who devoted their lives to this lifestyle that was at times rather unpleasant. I the previous comments are proper on and also to add to the fact. Marketing and Money to be made. So much of the Green movement these days is about buying “green” products and replacing your “bad” products. But really the best green is to not throw out your couch and engage a orgainc/wool/untreated couch. ReUse.

  33. Rylie-Katelyn-Briana says:

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  34. Arya Lexi Oakley F. says:

    Another might be a of decorative ironwork to hang on the wall. Something bask in these:

  35. Miranda-Paislee says:

    We are book collectors and one thing we delight in about homemade as opposed to storebought shelves is that storebought tend to be too deep. An 8 board (really 7 1/2 makes a proper shelf for most books. You only need a few 10 or 12 dart bookshelves — for oversized books. Our local Chinese lumberyard will fairly capable cheap pine (with a few knots) to stain or paint.

  36. Romeo says:

    leslie–I had the same pickle with a closet that I converted into a shelf only closet — outlandish angles and all. I actually ended up going to a family plug yard in the city (chicago but there might be something similar in SF) to the shelves — they were really fantastic.

  37. Haden V. says:

    glorious Riad! It must be in the customary medina of Fez. These moroccan decor ideas are breathtaking:

  38. Liliana-Mckenzie-Annabella says:

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  39. Daleyza-Vera says:

    Echoing again the belief of putting the bed under the west window instead of the north one. How about instead of a divider, an begin bookcase/shelving unit that can obedient from both sides with a curtain that you can close if you want more privacy? Then the along the north wall can abet as the living room space, with maybe a dining table or cafe table the foyer area. My sister and her fiance actually employ a drop-leaf wall-mounted table from Ikea (

  40. Lance_Jairo_Darrell says:

    i would exhaust steel wire instead of a rod, and then a lightweight floor to ceiling curtain on rings, as simple as possible to not acquire away from the windows.

  41. Payton Anahi says:

    @Cara100, most grown ups know how to skip or glide over things they are not in. Relax.

  42. Ariel_Leighton says:

    “Do we center a curtain to the sliding door? Or to the wall,even if it slightly overlaps the smaller window?”Neither. Center the curtain rod on the expanse of wall *between* the dinky window and the antonym adjoining wall. When open, the curtains drawn to the left will lll

  43. Fernanda Aubrie says:

    @evln I moved in the direction, from Canada to Europe and I affection radiators, forced air heating. Warm water radiator bonus: perfect area to lean against and warm your * after coming in from the cold. 😉

  44. Bradyn.999 says:

    One of my house tours! cheerful to glance it again in Domino. I want to sit in that porch and drink lemonade!

  45. Keyon Dimitri X. says:

    ha…the devil baby comment was hilarious!I too, am in with that shade…does anyone know where it is from?

  46. JorgeEsteban says:

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  47. Damian Miles Seamus X. says:

    I wish I could orderly with vinegar, but the smell of even diluted vinegar makes me dry heave.

  48. Porter_Dexter says:

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  49. HazelLyraRhea says:

    So soft and pretty. Before I knew I was having a boy I designed an entire nursery in my head around that Anthroplogie rug…

  50. Charlie Carolyn says:

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  51. Khloe A. says:

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  52. Graham says:

    Such a cozy nest. I conventional to live in a similarly little studio, and I loved the cozy, sheltered feeling it gave me (though storage was a nightmare, you are so lucky to closets!).

  53. Miriam.Gracelyn.Simone says:

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  54. Ariadne says:

    I can hardly anything except that ceiling and the truly bedroom chandelier. But I adore the glass above the divider in the bedroom – lets light in while maintaining privacy without damaging the ceiling.Lovely space.

  55. Felipe Keyshawn W. says:

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  56. Alivia-Aubrie-Aubri says:

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  57. Richard.Wesley says:

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  58. ArmaniKatalina says:

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  59. SamAgustin says:

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  60. Coby says:

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  61. Valeria_Emely says:

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  62. Brynlee Joanna Juniper says:

    hello All,Thank you for commenting agreeable and bad. Well, specially the good!!!Don’t discount your local cabinet makers for custom designs. We found a cabinet maker that specialized in archaic cabinets and was to work on contemporary type details. Another reason for elevating the wall at the detestable was so, the hidden door, when shut would sit at the same level as the panels; this device you wouldn’t a peculiar jog, making it clear where the place of the door is.Be to post some pictures if you a similar fashion setup at home!!!! All you need is fans, the speaker cloth allows for ventilations, it’s luxuriate in a mosquito net, so achieve it up against the wall, and catch some DC power because they are quiet.The floor is Graniti Fiandre, our resource comment here:

  63. Heidi-Elle-Carter says:

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  64. Mohammad.Nash says:

    I never been able to employ an over-the-door hook without damaging either the door, the frame, or both.

  65. Anabelle 33 says:

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  66. Brooklyn says:

    The Shotgun chair…it replied fully loaded, does that mean with blanks or live ammo? If your caught on fire and this chair began to explode and wounded the fire-(wom)men, could you be sued. Would it be recklessness — does it with a disclaimer resolvig the manufacturer/designer from any and all potential problems that could happen? just rambling thoughts…

  67. Allen says:

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  68. Damian_Tyree_Keven says:

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  69. Nyla Carolina Z. says:

    After checking out all of them, the first one is my fav.The last one reminds me of grade-school flash cards. Those would be simple to DIY.

  70. CrystalSimoneElora says:

    Um. Seattle is incredibly earthquake-prone.

  71. Madelynn P. says:

    Kohler, for pompous people the ones who want a house designed around the kitchen faucet–I Kohler sinks in my bathrooms, but jeeez this is rediculous!

  72. Jayden.Isaias.Armani says:

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  73. Trevor-Tomas says:

    agree, place tour with sources. this is great. Is bench or repro? I only seen the woodtone and admire it more more black.

  74. Jamari_Triston says:

    Loved your tour! I objective want to visit – curl up on the sofa and read all those favorable books. Of course, Claude can sit on my lap! Thanks for sharing…..

  75. Estelle says:

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  76. Kadyn Ethen I. says:

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  77. Amira Emmalyn F. says:

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  78. Kinsley-Julianna says:

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  79. Annabel Stevie Briley D. says:

    @Christeleny to be clear, your dwelling is absolutely LOVELY. Reading that the art was reproductions of Etsy artists made me heart-broken because I contain friends/acquaintances who are artists and believe dealt with having copies made of their art (time and energy and talent) without being compensated for their work, and I bear witnessed them insist frustration and sadness over those experiences.

  80. Cameron-Reilly says:

    hello everyone! Thanks for all the comments!The quilt was on clearance at The Company Store Kids online. I was to collect it since I was looking for something with orange and pink.

  81. Dominik Cash says:

    I need to furnish a exiguous livingroom in my modern apartment in Milan and I was thinking about the LC2 couch. My was that it is not extremely comfy for a place couch, it is more for a waiting room!I looked for another leather couch as width and I finally found it in… Ikea! It is a fresh model (SKOGABY), slim and very, comfortable.

  82. Devan Darin says:

    So personality and not at all cookie-cutter. extremely refreshing!

  83. Raegan.Zaria.Kairi says:

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  84. Shayne J. says:

    Wow, there certain are some grumpy commenters here! to bed!I found that keeping the bedroom strictly reserved for bedroom related stuff (sleeping and sexing only!) is helpful. It allows your body to work and daily stressors separate.I personally loved the juice comment. A fine majority of our country could from that one!

  85. Malik Louis B. says:

    Also, rethink replacing functioning wooden windows with double glazed vinyl ones. Vinyl windows must be completely tossed if broken and cannot be repaired, only replaced. You might be great better off rehabbing your windows and installing high quality storm windows. The wood on older wooden windows is dilapidated growth and hard and hardy and they fill been functioning for a long time. Perhaps recaulking and reglazing are in to improve efficiency.New windows are not as green as they are cracked up to be. If you indulge in the free heat you glean from the sun in the window, kiss that goodbye with crude E windows. It also prevents the sun from warming as well.

  86. Vienna says:

    And if you knit or crochet, the beekeeper quilt!

  87. Hudson_Nigel says:

    Those are the considerate of look answers I like. Short and to the point and not long-winded drawn-out answers that dash on and on about aesthetics and curated and blah blah. Three bathrooms and a dishwasher but no closets or inside eating area. Interesting. extremely industrial but not so mighty farmhouse. The corner wood stove plot with corrugated wall I especially like.

  88. Ayla Amina W. says:

    This is awesome- the illustrations are beautiful! What a apt to commemorate a dwelling you love, for any reason- not apt because you beget lived in it!

  89. Taylor-Kali-Journee says:

    We did this in our apartment as a cheap design to disguise a distracting parquet pattern and LOVED the look- we got so many compliments on how glamorous it looked and how well it complemented the furniture. The Downside: As mentioned above, every speck of dust showed up and so we ended up having a cleaning woman coming three times a week, waxing the floor every few months, and all that in addition to our daily pass with the Swiffer. After a few years, it looked not so advantageous with all the scratches and dings that from normal wear and tear, so we replaced the floors. This time, we matte finished oak planks and I accept it more forgiving, while maintaining the dramatic glance of a floor.

  90. Lauren Mya Mikayla U. says:

    I wouldn’t bother with curtains either. Both my babies shared our bedroom for six months or more after birth. They had no sleeping and even my youngest, who is a extremely light sleeper due to noise sensitivity due to Sensory Integration Disorder detached slept well in our room.

  91. John.Milo says:

    I Farmer John! He went to my college (he graduated years before me) and level-headed welcomes students to visit the farm, which I did, it was fantastic. I totally recommend the film too, quirky and fun!

  92. Tobias Ronan Valentin says:

    Kudos for responding so to feedback. Georgia is definitely better, but a bit scrolly for easy online reading, in my opinion.I great a sans serif font for online reading, serif for print.

  93. Dangelo 2008 says:

    This contemplate is identical to mine off my aid deck–it creepy to upon! This person must be my neighbor!

  94. Selah says:

    a tad too beefy of knick-knacks for my taste, but other than that this is such a warm, welcoming, quirky, personal home. affection all the colours, too, especially the kitchen.

  95. Allison Adley Aislinn D. says:

    Loving the bed and the windows and lighting. Not loving the rest. I deem its that wallpaper. Overall its extremely and clean. Well done.

  96. Izabella Christina Everleigh says:

    Perhaps you could throw a fragment of fabric over the night stands to give the room a color. A few safety pins (from the inside) or a bit of simple sewing can the cloth in place. If you also earn an “upholstery look” insert for the headboard (I wonder if issue adhesive strips could sustain it in place?!) then you could bewitch a solid for one and an a pattern for the other fabric.I also the notion of negotiating with your roommates to the nightstands to the living room in exchange for any extinguish tables you acquire out there or painting them, but those ideas were taken. I say leave the dresser alone.

  97. Amir_Samir_Jovany says:

    Oh, THANKS *… now I bear all I can to *not* portray Adonis San Juan in a leather bikini…

  98. Jayce.Wilson.Jorden says:

    What fun to glance this project posted on ohdeedoh!val299 – you are correct, giggle sells the wee gallery flashcards that can be to a mobile using the metal frame I referenced in my post. However, I preferred to compose custom cards that colors and patterns that more closely fell in line with my nursery decor.

  99. Alec says:

    I relish this layout a lot, there are plenty of studios bigger but this allows you absorb separate spaces. I the cats attitude

  100. Deshawn_Mohammad says:

    admire that yellow T and the 4 colourful portraits. What exactly is the cabinet with all the letters/numbers (pic#39)?

  101. Coleman R. says:

    adorable yet elegant place! consume of colors and neutrals, I really how it is inviting, relaxed, but without sacrificing style. Hurrah!

  102. Daisy says:

    It looks great, but on a practicality standpoint, I personally would lose my mind trying to figure out what color such-and-such a book is and therefore where it is!

  103. Jay Jean O. says:

    the floor, windows, furniture and space. It’s dazzling and complete as it is.

  104. Nigel G. says:

    Pros: They know where your buttons are, having installed them.Cons: They push them.

  105. GiaAadhya says:

    Im having a grave case of lighting envy. Those fixtures are GORGEOUS!

  106. Kaleb-Amari-Gilberto says:

    in a earthquake, cell phones may not work but land lines — orderly former school, with attached receivers — will.You must not contain been here for the Northridge earthquake.

  107. IanTerry says:

    Looking to dollar stores is a idea. I entertain a lot, lots of parties and whatnot, and going to Dollar Tree and spending $60 on glass plates and wine glasses was THE BEST decision. They always nice, and it is so distinguished less expensive to them on hand, PLUS its intention better than tossing a ton of paper or plastic plates away.

  108. Alexander-Greyson says:

    Boil a kettle and scald them. This is for the suckers that manage to sneak up through the pavement. in a day or two they will be and you can pull them out easily.Also, I bear a massive jam with thistles. I exercise a long handled *-Hound which is for these, which can handle the boiling water.

  109. Myra Maia M. says:

    Amazing. I want to pin every single picture.I enjoy a lot of stuff in my location and always lament that the homes I online are spare and serene. I that this manages to contemplate and uncluttered with plenty of stuff!

  110. Aliza-Amirah says:

    i this stuff. my sister uses it and i cant seem to collect it around me.

  111. Lennon66 says:

    Sure, My Own! In Sénégal: the mayor of Île de Gorée telling me to acquire 36 children in a comely French colonial house. Five guests at a great restaurant, then in a bar of Dakar.My dress was created by a “tailleur” of Dakar, born in Guinée Conakri. I only kept one of my shoe.No cake. Did not want to acquire one of those horrible, big, expensive marriage, with a priest in a church. Never liked it.It us about 600$ (a 100$ to the mayor..).

  112. Colton says:

    Does anyone know how these kinds of rugs create under office chair casters? Does the rug bunched up at all? I need a rug for the “office” corner of my bedroom to do my downstairs neighbor from having to hear me hasten the chair around on the hardwood floor.

  113. Mckenzie_Julianna says:

    Thank you, MaryBC, for your describe of the linoleum. It brought tears to my eyes, because it is the same linoleum that was on the floor of my living room growing up, until 1965 when Hurricane Betsy left 18 inches of water, mud, snakes, and assorted grossness in the house that had to be shoveled out and cleaned up before reoccupation! Needless to say, the linoleum went! Sigh. But it was enormous seeing it again. Thank you.Dana

  114. Miah says:

    I a similar desk, and I wan to add a drawer underneath, you absorb any opinion to add one?

  115. Trevor-Zion says:

    What a amazing giveaway. The gain looks and roomy and that vase is so pretty. Thanks for having this giveaway.

  116. JosephRoyEstevan says:

    I am doomed to be perpetually disappointed by what opens in empty storefronts around here (at the edge of Irving Pk/Albany Pk/Mayfair) as well. We lost a sporting goods store to a store a few months ago. From meh to ick.

  117. XimenaHopeAlanna says:

    I’ve otdered from the Bouqs multiple times and they not stand by their 100% happiness guarantee. The last two bouquets I purchased from them looked nothing the photo and they responded that they cannot guarantee what the bouquets will leer like, and did not me in either case.

  118. Aydin_Tristian says:

    i agree with some of the following ideas..-paint the bronze to black-maybe exhaust tiles if you like-or paint the wall whatever color makes you happy… as for mantle be pleased things maybe you could effect a bunch of floating shelves all up the larger wall asymetrically and establish pictures on them or whatever you like…if it were my wall i would paint it with chalkboard paint and white floating shelves that bask in the trim. the do vases and photos and art with lots of color to stand our against the downhearted color and if you feel the need to change the you can always on the blackboard and erase when you want a change…i mean… if that was my room..btw i appreciate the kitchen backsplash tiles!

  119. Keenan@1972 says:

    The first bathroom is gorgeous, although probably not practical. Feast for the eye though. The second bathroom – gigantic MEH.

  120. Francisco-Gerald says:

    I feel extremely Paul Smith about these. hmmmm. not

  121. Anderson says:

    Ultra-sleek, glossy black, glossy white, monotone fabrics… *yawn*A few entertaining designs, but nothing to warrant a visit, IMB.

  122. Allie_Cadence_Alianna says:

    There is a Frank Lloyd Wright House two miles from Mount Vernon in Alexandria. Also, in Alexandria is a amazing housing community called, Hollin Hills. It was built in the 50s by Charles Goodman and is a community of hundreds of mid century current homes:

  123. Colby-August-Houston says:

    Not exactly what you are looking for, but this might work:

  124. Andrew Austin Sonny V. says:

    @soliterra P. S. The sectional was not comfortable, the chemical smell was pungent, and the whole fraction felt cheap.

  125. Brinley Kailee E. says:

    I guarantee none of the toys at my childhood daycare, or the ones in the waiting room of my pediatricians office for that matter, were “correctly” sanitized 100% of the time either. It will be ok. I this idea.

  126. Jamal Damarion Justus F. says:

    (specifically – to assume time to digest entries, to read what people bear to say [both the owners and the people posting here], and to understand that “first impressions” are genuine and valuable, but not the “last word.”)(not that anyone aksed me)

  127. Sincere N. says:

    This apartment seems so familiar! one i feeble to know in the East Village… that taco/ brunch spot?? in any case- exercise of space- well done

  128. Jonathon Rogelio K. says:

    @CanadianMango Or a extremely kitty, lol! The kitty photo is my favorite!

  129. Izaiah W. says:

    I the intention the window frames in the light colored rooms.

  130. Kinsley Corinne E. says:

    esteem the site!I could the Syphilis poster in my bathroom.

  131. Coleman says:

    A well loved and doggie. I admire the sunroom and that stove!!

  132. Karsyn says:

    why not try ikea stockholm series dining table, at $99/ea..

  133. Alex_Chaz says:

    first time my boyfriend and I saw the tram we went “* IS THAT” completely disregarding the fact that it was in Spiderman. We pop over honest for funsies, to read books in the park, and to up time on our 2 hour wait for frozen hot chocolate at Serendipity…

  134. Joel Daryl says:

    SydneyBristow: some people earn these sort of things because of their quality, historical characteristics. Who knows, it might be one of a kind…or common.

  135. Ava Myah says:

    Another vote for all white! White bedding, true-white walls, minimalist white window treatments. I would with one or two bright, fearless accents enjoy orange and/or yellow, as well as a huge, square canvas (post-1960 inspired) on the bookshelf wall.Also, personally, I would paint the bed itself a gloss for that 2001: A Odyssey look, but I can discover why someone else might not.

  136. Samantha says:

    went back and watched the video. generous presentation! I the of using color families in nature.I also collect a gracious contrivance to colors seem cohesive is to include a few items that include 2 or more of the colors together in one piece. And always at least two items per color so it seems purposeful and not bask in you were finding a dwelling to stick some item.BTW esteem the colors feeble in this video! Orange, tans, reds and golds are year round colors IMO. In the spring, emphasize the yellow, in summer the orange, in fall the reds and tans and in winter…um…add a bunch of white curtains and accessories! lol.Hey, well Christmas uses a lot of gold and reds, so there.

  137. BraydenSamShannon says:

    Finally! Pics that give me a sense of the space! job overall. adore the projection screen/divider — but does text up backwards on one side? I guess no foreign films with subtitles in that case! Brick headboard/wall is extremely touch. And adore the typewriter!

  138. Caden says:

    @Aulaire: I a definite teal ball relish this– it came from my local new agey drug store in CA (they absorb gigantic yoga section). Maybe examine for something along those lines rather than ebay?

  139. Troy Yahir Malcolm L. says:

    If you are not doing heavy duvets or tons of sized sheets and blankets, consider an all in one washer/dryer combo. They acquire dinky loads, and while you absorb to inaugurate the laundry early in the day, because it does choose several hours to finish, the reviews say they a job, and are energy and efficient. And many build not need to be vented to an outside wall or roof.

  140. Roberto_Maxim says:

    I believe two. I they are a for mobile computing (i.e. from your desk to the couch).

  141. Gilbert.Dandre says:

    on guys…. yes they are expensive but they are *SOLID OAK* and *EUROPEAN*;-)

  142. Isabela2011 says:

    @pr0star I wholeheartedly agree. There was a period when my ex, my daughter and I moved five times in seven years looking for a with room for his art studio. Because we were engrossing within a dinky geographic area, we did four of the moves ourselves in instruct to achieve money. It was incredibly stressful. Finally for our last move, which was only one mile, we hired a company to mosey our stuff and boxes. It was the best decision we had ever made moving-wise. For a few hundred dollars we saved a massive amount of back-breaking labor and many trips in the car. I it money well spent.

  143. Franklin_Sullivan says:

    I a really high quality linen duvet and the wrinkles never advance out, because we attach in unique ones every night. I cannot stand the of a constantly wrinkled bed and been looking for a replacement duvet in satin or perhaps cotton in the same color as my modern one with no luck.

  144. Genevieve Lena Rayne W. says:

    I really cherish this apartment, extremely cute. I wanted to know where the pillow with the hot air balloons came from? I affection it!!

  145. Kellen Terrence Jan says:

    Talk about having a vision. This is amazing. And such light to be underground!

  146. Henry-Ernesto-Abram says:

    These (or ones them) seem to explain up on craigslist attractive often. And

  147. Brielle J. says:

    1. this idea.2. Detest.3. idea.4. Hate. Pegboard creates clutter.5. Sure, why not. I every room needs something black.6. sizable idea. Now if I only had a mudroom . . .7. NO NO NO Absolutely abhor blank frames on a wall no matter what color they are. notice clutter. If you want texture on the walls, try hanging a rug, quilt, or frieze. I believe a zebra frieze in my living room. Adds color, black, texture and interest without the eye clutter of a zillion frames or diminutive pieces of “art.”

  148. Jimmy.Jerome.Devyn says:

    Wow, these the boring neutral bathrooms you on any given HGTV expose examine glowing sad!

  149. Cameron Gannon says:

    I would to an article about aquaponics. I am finding it really hard to effect sense of all the info online. Should I one of the expensive kits or should I diy with a couple of bathtubs?

  150. Clayton_Abel_Graham says:

    Assuming that the cramped room off the kitchen is meant to be the bedroom currently, this is what I would do:I would the bedroom into the living room/main living space, then wall off the living space, and split the double window so that each bedroom gets a window. The closet off the bathroom would become a shared closet for both people!

  151. Celine.Miah.Raina says:

    i deem these are so cute. the website shows how they look when they are glowing–wow! These are a excellent and really well priced. they remind me of a sweet swim cap circa 1954. i the of supporting the crafters!!!

  152. Imani_Linda_Farrah says:

    Forgot to mention the outdoor seating and the atomic TV. Happiness.And to reiterate: face.

  153. Christopher Javier Marquis O. says:

    I learned to build these when I was in jr. high—a long time ago. We them as party or holiday decorations. Also, we occasionally made them out of crepe paper, then gently pulled on the outer edges to add curl and dimension to the flower. If you add a sheet of green paper on the side, a bit smaller, it adds contrast.My neighbor paid me 10 cents for each flower I made, to decorate for her Christmas party. I made a lot of them in red, and we wrapped them around the trunk of her Christmas tree (a Norfolk Pine) and then strung them on garlands to drape around the tree. THEN, I strung them on thread, with up straws as spacers, to build leis (in and white) for her Hawaiian Christmas party guests to wear. It made quite an impression on my 12 y.o. brain.It is tempting to accomplish them in a lot of colors, but all one color is simply stunning. The pink ones are gorgeous. And in deep midwinter, when snow is all about, a few branches sprayed in silver, with white flowers is a fair (if temporary) bit a prettiness in the house or your front door.P.S. A “Tiny Tot” stapler makes the super-easy to do.

  154. Logan-Tegan says:

    Any advice on Linen sheets? I am so with the cotton I am using now ( I even Frette sheets that are covered in rough pills!) I am tempted to invest the money in Linen.

  155. Rylee says:

    @pantone18, the fireplace is such a glowing focal point. I would acquire had it fixed, but in lieu of that, assign some glowing candles in there on a stepped stand designed to possess them. Thats what I always done.

  156. RuthRaelyn says:

    Lovely! I agree with those who suggested lighter cabinets though. Would enjoy looked even more airy and spacious. But the wood does give it a depth and richness. Guess it depends on what you are going for! 🙂

  157. Hallie says:

    definitely an improvement! I would kept at least some of the top cupboard doors to streamline the explore a bit, but I all the lighting above and below the cabinets. Definitely helps lighten things up!

  158. Diana A. says:

    Comforter Corner Stays? Why pay for that?Best $2 I ever spent + some light sewing (machine or hand sewing ) was to buy a few yards of ribbon. I made cramped loops of ribbon and sewed those to the corners of my duvet cover. Then I four pieces of ribbon about 10 inches long and sewed the centre of each ribbon to a corner of my duvet. Tie these through the loops in the and duvet stays put. Even better, if you absorb multiple duvet covers, you can add ribbon loops to them all, making swapping out your covers easier, instead of having to buying those snap things every time you a cover. (Or perhaps I am alone in having a collection of duvet covers to suit my every mood? LOL)

  159. Sydney Royal Clare says:

    Another thought. If you live in an region with snowy, cold winters, are you going to need to store your outdoor furniture seasonally? Does either disassemble easily – OR, even better, would either be easily incorporated into your interior furnishings for the winter?

  160. Melissa-Bryleigh says:

    I know this is dumb, but in my childhood homes we had squirrels pick up in the basement on a regular basement. An old-fashioned, bugs-bunny fashion trap, with a box propped up by a stick we held a string to worked every time. A dinky bait under the box, the squirrel goes in, you pull the string and the box goes down, trapping it harmlessly. Then we slid a huge sheet of cardboard underneath the box and carried them outside. No problem.

  161. Ezra1972 says:

    expansive idea! Does anyone believe a link to a Canadian directory to share?

  162. Keyla-Courtney-Micah says:

    I the combination, we a orange sofa that I adore! Grey curtains are up too.

  163. Hector.Cortez says:

    I started my end-of-the year decluttering by selling stuff at flea markets and garage sales (mainly clothes), and passing on to other people some things as Xmas gifts (new stuff I had never and that I know they will really appreciate). Then I asked my family to give me only presents I really use, relish body lotions, suncreen and the sort. That really worked! No more curious decorations or candle sets. My next step is going over magazines, books and papers I no longer need. It takes a lot of time but is really worth it.

  164. Triston says:

    My TLR using 120 film makes photos. I guess having only 12 frames makes you really think. I probably need to invest in a better digital camera as the quality of the print always seemed better on film.

  165. Selah.Clare says:

    This is a sizable list of all the centers who accepts the donating items and give them to needy people. They also provides up facility, in this you can call them and they will approach and capture up your donated items from your place. I had took this service from

  166. Elin says:

    I sit in a refurbished Aeron and highly recommend it! space, recent & inspirational. Would it be possible to discover it in opinion view?

  167. Lydia@2004 says:

    to all AT readers,its to read all the comments.NYTIMES photos should be combined with these photos to bag a examine of our styling and our living. Too awful we did not fill newer photos.Its difficult with a child to live in a but we with happiness. We attach away stuff when not in and cant afford to clutter in a 435 SF.What can we say we dont mighty period and that gives us freedom.a lot has changed since our son was born and novel photos will be posted ….if we earn to the semi finalists. Yet the apt. looks sparse with lots of room to play. p.s. bathroom has a white curtain not shown.have fun.

  168. Zane Agustin Joan S. says:

    I to say that any Jazz, blues, or even in some cases hip hop, nothing sounds better than vinyl and two stereo speakers. I personally adore in and when I pick up area from work, i to sit down with my wife and baby boy, a glass of scotch, and we listen and talk for an hour before dinner. It is the best to relax after a long day and a design to some quality family time. And my baby boy will believe a first-rate music background because of it. I esteem it and i recommend it to anyone who feels that something is missing in their day.

  169. Amara says:

    Cleaning my glass shower door is difficult even with using a squeegee after I shower. The water stains seem to be almost baked to the glass. I tried every cleaner and it aloof takes forever. Anybody contain any tips? Thanks.

  170. Thomas.Kayden.Axel says:

    Though I generally feel that people tend home their flat screens too high on the wall, in this case I would suggest mounting it a foot or so above the credenza. In the photo above the TV and credenza become one massive allotment of furniture; mounting the TV on the wall would give both pieces some much needed breathing room. You can then simply space your DVD player and cable box on top of the credenza, where the TV is now.

  171. Aaliyah Patricia says:

    hey…i need a console table of similar proportions….where is this from???

  172. Marques-1968 says:

    construct NOT nail polish remover as someone suggested. Nail polish remover can plastic!

  173. Valentina.Giovanna says:

    As despicable as some people seem to this is, I would rather experience this of than the standard contrived interiors with their ubiquitous Herman Miller chairs, and prints positioned accurate so. This gives me something arresting to ogle at, and it or despise it, it takes bravery to develop spaces relish these. For that, I give her props.

  174. Gunner_Brennen says:

    @* nugget – thanks so much!! I wanted to establish the shelf at waist height to pull double duty and be a mini buffet. But we did a mercurial test and the chairs bumped it. It is a cramped high but no one bumps their head and we some storage in this natty room.

  175. Meredith says:

    this house. Probably my celebrated tour on Apartment Therapy. Exactly how I want to live. peaceful, livable, practical. Not honest out of a magazine. This has character and charm. Wonderfully done.

  176. Arianna_Emmy says:

    Superb. extraordinary details. Love. Love. Love. Everything. One can why Barcelona has such a reputation for design.

  177. Elise-Jamie says:

    all of them!!. I rent but I beget a diminutive patio that I relish almost everyday here in sunny California. Thanks a lot AT for posting gardens/balconies. It really gives us ideas of how to improve or a garden regardless of size.

  178. Jadon V. says:

    bakelite s&p shakers are some of the sleekest and simplest imo.

  179. Jarvis D. says:

    Does anyone contain a link or know where to those erector-set looking, rail hanging flower boxes?

  180. Kate_Laylah says:

    I TOTALLY agree on City Issue, Kudzu, Highland Row Antiques, Star Provisions, and Youngblood. Add Staceage to the list, the awesome “secret” fabric store in the befriend of Lewis and Sharon Textiles.

  181. Maya-Esperanza says:

    @onwildwings Try this one:

  182. Sariyah33 says:

    I would suggest getting larger rugs and painting the walls a bolder color (or at least an accent wall). It will the room appear to be more filled.Also, I you need larger scale pieces of art. Then it will be perfect =) Your dining plot is immense by the way…

  183. Kevin.Rohan.Davian says:

    fill this in my living room- done 7 years ago. I I got the concept from Trading Spaces…

  184. Chana says:

    really would be easier to understand if this was written, “had been living for two months in a rental duplex that was built in the 1920s,…” normally not a fan of green in the bath, but here works because @ face is neutral. could fix region above baseboard for finished look.

  185. Haylee_Sutton_Lilyanna says:

    In the 80s I daydreamed of a living room with nothing but white wicker furniture. Something along the line of this:

  186. Jasmine_Thea_Laura says:

    What a good-looking of space. natty and spare, cozy and appealing. Can definitely a creative and artistic touch!

  187. Lilyana Miya H. says:

    A to all who the chandelier: it can be found at this website for 99.00

  188. Alondra_Aliana says:

    We spot rules beforehand. I always declare my family “no clothes” and we all an anti-clutter rule, so most gifts are events, hand made stuff, sometimes books.

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