Easy Garden Party With The Presence of Outstanding Cinder Block Bench

Cinder block bench today come with some outstanding various designs, you can select in wooden styles or concrete style. But the important pointΒ is the function of this bench while you want to make a garden party there. A memorable garden party might be perfect when fitted furniture purchased from specialty garden furniture store. However, the only concrete benches and tables, garden party we can still memorable. The park is filled Calathea, Japanese bamboo, Tagetes, zodia, frangipani and red shoots. In one corner of the garden there is a special area to create a simple garden party.

Cinder block bench with houseplants

Cinder block bench with houseplants

So, in this great occasion we are going to discuss and share about how really fascinating garden party with the presence of outstanding cinder block bench. Two cinder block bench and the two tables that were there made of cast concrete that is grown on the surface of the floor. The form is simple, just a field of geometrically arranged perpendicularly into a table and bench. Two cinder bench measuring 40 cm high, 100 cm long and 30 cm wide. Seat bench covered with teak finishing doff melamine natural brown. Meanwhile, two of his desk, which is provided as a table for serving food and drinks, have a different height: 60 cm and 40 cm. The width of each table was 40 cm, while the length of 80 cm. Tabletops closed andesite gray. Concrete table and bench that stood on the floor covered ceramic rustic exterior design. Although simple, table and garden bench cinder block was performed quite attractive among the green plants in the vicinity.

cinder block bench with gorgeous designs

cinder block bench with gorgeous designs

DIY Cinder Block Outdoor Bench and there is the aloe vera plant

DIY Cinder Block Outdoor Bench and there is the aloe vera plant

You can also create a table and garden garden like this, of course with the help of an experienced craftsman. Do not forget to give a path to get there so that grass and plants are not damaged trampled. That’s all we can discuss and share about how really fascinating garden party with the presence of outstanding cinder block bench.

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  1. Kamren_Stone says:

    I impartial went to a candlelight tour of historical homes. The amount of light was done to the accuracy of the civil war era and we all marveled how people could read or play cards in such black (to us) setting with one candle and maybe a fireplace going.

  2. Dane_Ulises says:

    We often Thanksgiving or Christmas with the two of us. We admire it – truly relaxing. Sometimes we cook a gigantic meal, other times, something simply but calm special. We always absorb the time.

  3. Jazmin says:

    I can honestly say that if anyone hacked into my voicemail they would nothing but message after message saying “call me back.” Or maybe an occasional “love you and hope you are doing well.” But nothing I would be embarrassed or concerned about leaking.

  4. Quinn Luciana N. says:

    @confounded–that before is perfect for that house, complete with dips on wood cabinetry. clicking back, the only things needed are countertops (these are box store issue), a single bowl sink with era-appropriate hardware, and to switch refrigerator (and a smaller one) with stove to chop the “wall effect. this has separation of uses from more formal dining areas, closed storage and lots of it, and a sunny disposition. the inspiration pics are not inspired.

  5. Abril says:

    For apartments, i recommend: Green Card, Amelie, & Til There Was You.

  6. Jermaine says:

    we also went with quartz – caesarstone dusty stones 4040. I fill a itsy-bitsy sample of it but I know it is going to so different when we absorb a wider expanse and am really having a tough time picking a wall color and backsplash. Warm wood cabinet and warm black wood floors both with some reddish tones in them plus the concrete devour grey of the counter with white veins. Any suggestions??

  7. Solomon.Harry.Harold says:

    No, thank *, but I did believe a possum trying to live under my bed and a pair of renegade raccoons who broke in every month or so and a flotilla of mice I called The Dumbo Collective (big ears) and a waddling skunk even a rat who sat up and begged for food. Living in a garden apartment is exciting.

  8. Corbin says:

    Most of 3 or 4 guide you discuss this same for me, specially doormat, shoe took on outside and stain of different issue. What type of vacuum cleaner your provide for this cleaning task?

  9. Louis says:

    @kimithy – Thank you for the feedback! The above was crafted as an award submission and we were not aware that it would be copied and pasted in its entirety. Regardless, we completely understand where you are coming from and hope that you enjoyed the tour nonetheless. Please feel free to visit us and look more of our work at http://www.marieflanigan.com. Thank you!

  10. Rowan-Ezequiel says:

    The links in this blog post are dead. I you Google.

  11. OakleyMarieRory says:

    I delight in getting ready for the Holidays the best, time with my immediate family, baking cookies, putting up the tree and decorating it. Each year my mother buys us all an ornament something that represents something from the year, each ornament has a memory attached to it, I deem of these as we decorate the tree.

  12. Gavin-Brayan-Jamie says:

    @CanadianMango – “That screams to me (together with the oreo cookies) how indecent can one think?”My philosophy is that as long as the couple are not being neurotic or unreasonable, they should what makes them happy. If that means going a non-traditional route for a wedding cake in the notion of things it is minor indeed.

  13. Jaidyn D. says:

    Hello: Yes, the bathroom and kitchen linoleum floors absorb been painted. My painters deck paint with a primer….if you are interested, let me know and I will gain out more details for you.The skins are from a Sarah Palin outing. KIDDING. The only skin of historical is the zebra, a vintage acquire from an antique store. The white tail deer are from a furrier in Manhattan from about 20 years ago.Lastly, the mirrored doors. I invited my known glass supplier to advance in and install mirrors in the panels of all the doors in my place. It adds dimension and light to the place. P

  14. Crystal Arden K. says:

    @ECandle96. you know what fabric they used?These are comments. Thanks everyone!

  15. Kyleigh says:

    I there may be some flaws in the methodolgy here. Eurorpe has a lot of environmental and safety regulations that are more voluntary and optional than the US and reporting systems can vary widely.They are certainly diagram ahead in areas biodiversity though

  16. Shawn_Jan_Zakary says:

    I would to hear the target demographic for the building on these showhouse/model posts so we understand the age, typical profession & family position of the person this unit was designed for.

  17. Delilah Jada K. says:

    We got some child resistant outlets from our electrician that savor regular outlets, but you apparently absorb to stick something in both sides of the outlet (like a plug) to complete the circuit. I deem the is Leviton and you can hold them at any hardware store, you beget to know how to change out an outlet or an electrician to it.

  18. Coleman Kennedy says:

    Not a fan of the color but the application of the legs.

  19. GraceEmeryLogan says:

    If you bear a front-loading washer, this is a MUST — itsy-bitsy items baby socks can caught in the seal/draining mechanism.

  20. Yasmin says:

    My definition of luxury is having somewhere other than my bathroom to the kitty litter. If only…

  21. Rey1981 says:

    The of a foyer is a pass thru. The notion of the dismal being and depressing is hogwash. Are you going to stand in the foyer all day? lag for the fearless and dramatic. having a fragment of chocolate while you are coming and going.

  22. Tristan Frankie Karter Z. says:

    I quiet contain some of the “books” I wrote (and illustrated!) as a child. Fun stories to gape benefit on every now and then.

  23. Rosa_Yareli_Marianna says:

    I brought up the Boyfriend analogy in comment 10, so I am only reiterating what I before.And for me, any cockatoo, domesticated or not, would be a cockatoo.

  24. AlijahImmanuel says:

    Really a shame that this is going to beat out other entries in this category. To the person who replied really well detached photos. Huh? Oh I see, slanted, crude exposure. Obviously the world of execute and presentation is very, in fact, is vastly different from the one I live in and many of the commentors on here are familiar with. Frankly, I not this one at all and it is not because of the white or yellows, not because it is small, to me there is unprejudiced nothing exceptionally artistic nor is there anything that stands out in my opinion. Sorry to be the grinch on this one, but almost 400 votes leaves me scratching my head. Others were far better, and required great more notion and I almost feel harmful for them, that they will not absorb a chance for the prize, which they should be entitled too. This is the point in the competition where I would hope a few professionals at AT would step in and re-balance the voting.

  25. Braden Manuel Israel says:

    @lanerobbinsThe glass bar tray was a gift to us from a dear friend. She got it at Empiric Studio on Beverly Blvd.

  26. Quincy-Travon-Carmelo says:

    @ ProjectRowhouse:Although VFTs are endangered, most (if not all) plants in the horticulture industry arrive from tissue culture or seed. So there is no additional stress being placed on natural populations.

  27. Esther says:

    Gorgeous! I bet the “mirror faces” the baby makes are priceless!bundle co.www.bundledesignco.blogspot.com

  28. Blake Dean Quinten T. says:

    Ah I care for all these vintage pieces. I feel many of these will be happily received by the grandparents who ate obsessed with vintage teaware.

  29. Christian Julien B. says:

    I construct composed a junk drawer. Mine is definitely less “*” than the one I grew up with though. (You never wanted to arrive in there without a recently updated tetanus shot.)

  30. AliaLilyana says:

    Well, Shaggy Rugs shed. However it depends on how we care of it can we then carve the shedding. 1. Try to achieve your shaggy rugs where there is less traffic2. Try not to vacuum. Although vacuum will diminish the dirt and dust but at the same time it shreds the fibers. If you really need to vacuum then exercise improper suction. Instead of vacuuming, bring your shaggy rugs outside and chase it one in a while.3. Avoid cats and dogs as they can your shaggy rugs4. Avoid sunlight5. After washing your rug clear its fully dry.Wool shaggy rugs are easily shed. But check out:www.carpetrugscollection.comThey many choices of shaggy rugs.

  31. Catherine.Aubrie.Hadlee says:

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  32. Messiah says:

    Hello,Could you please declare me if tou the table split in your catalogue, color tortora, downhearted 120 cm.Could you the for your country to LYON ( France)Please i need an reply only in my E.mailBest RegardsCmangon1

  33. Issac@33 says:

    balanced sensibilities…fulfills both earn and function. :)I agree with this wholeheartedly: “Best Advice: conception a lot of storage space.”

  34. Tommy says:

    I these in my walk-in pantry and they are terrific!@secretlyironic: I wipe them with a microfiber cloth and exhaust a dry scrub brush to into the corners. I only had to dust mine – no spills so far!

  35. Jennifer.Marisol says:

    wall decals work toothis one is a headboard for a girls rooms

  36. Caden Rohan Jan Y. says:

    A labor of cherish — and it shows. impartial attractive and you should be proud to believe saved a community.

  37. Jordan Nathanial Malaki says:

    These grievous couponers might want to adopt a “good enough” philosophy. something a bit more efficiently/save a bit of money, and on.

  38. Brynlee says:

    Being from a third world country, I acquire to say that there is no such thing as a sustainable consume of solid woods. It´s impossible to cessation illegal logging, unless we rejecting the employ of wood. Logging and deforestation is the main cause of extensive human and natural tragedies, from floods to desertification, and the ruin of the environment for regional economies all over the world.I know that it´s one of the finest materials, and I solid wood, but maybe we should extremely carefully only industrial plywoods, mdf and veneer, and recycled wood.I´d rather bear the solid wood on the tree, alive.

  39. Kelvin.Johnathon says:

    I the wallpaper in the dining room. At first, when I the feature photo posted above, I it was “real”. Only when taking the tour I realized it was a wallpaper. That kinda disappointed me a bit.A elegant house, couple, a son (and I never comment on kids). The lady of the house must be a spotless cook – a persian rug in the kitchen? Wowzers!

  40. Kaden-Lucian says:

    I agree with the above comments, for I too lived in dinky apartments and the last thing I need was more items to contain it up. Especially since art (and I wall hooks as art) is so personal, I rather acquire something consumable or a gift card. Even though I indulge in the examine of #7 I would had no space to it due to lack of kitchen space.

  41. Luna Chanel says:

    @Julien_Montreal, I agree completely when it comes to Mid Century Design. The furniture was intended to be mass produced and sold to the middle class. I no guilt about buying a knock-off when manufacturers want to sell a simple chair for $1000.

  42. Marilyn@1977 says:

    From when they first appeared (and were semi-within-reach), I enjoy a bubble chair — and magic erasers bear kept it clean, taking care of anything that has landed on it. The chair continues to as new.

  43. Rowan ZZZ says:

    I beget one in my car.. so far, I its working!

  44. Aidan.Rolando.Tyrese says:

    To clarify, I agree that going thrifting now has a cache. I know a family (making six figures in a relatively inexpensive fragment of the country) who brags about intellectual the “good days” to chase to Goodwill so they can the most of the best.

  45. Athena Valerie Clarissa says:

    I grew up in a house that was about 900sqft with 4 kids. Not great imagination needed there. 3 bedrooms. 1 for parents, 1 for girls, 1 for boys. lope outside to play, or play in your bedroom, 1 bathroom shared by all, bunk beds, your homework at the kitchen table. That is glorious typical for the average person. I had a friend that grew up with 10 siblings in a 1 bedroom trailer. That would be a challenge. 1 or 2 kids in 1500 sqft. is luxury. fetch real.The negative side of the contest is reading the comments and the bickering. I usually avoid it myself, but felt I had to up this time.

  46. Esteban-Rolando-Franco says:

    Gregg, what a blooming home. You should send in pictures of the whole place for an AT tour sometime – I would adore to gape the inside and setting of your LV home. to a risk on color!I, too, would also to gawk a fragment on modernist Pre Fab homes. There are so many dazzling options and, even with sites indulge in Fab Pre Fab, information is scarce on realistic pricing and process. And while this is “Apartment” Therapy, I contemplate a pre fab retreat in the country is becoming a second for Apartment dwellers in cities everywhere.

  47. Cora Maggie Itzayana says:

    I absorb a rug that looks but has some pet stain smell. Where can I it to acquire it “dry cleaned” or “deodorized” or whatever? I live in LA (Miracle Mile) area…

  48. Alison says:

    Personally I admire my “big *” TV. If you really want it todisappear it in front of a dismal wall. The dinky stagecurtain is fooling no one…

  49. Angie-66 says:

    Minwax makes exiguous marker pens. Us that to color the scratch and then over it with the almond stick to protect it, give it shine. I did it on wood, pictures here:

  50. Kaylie says:

    modern blues:You to include the http:// in your message to the html tags to up as a link.

  51. Triston Bruno says:

    you can try the hülsta showroom in nyc for similar pieces

  52. Nova Lia Sariah says:

    @ Coco K. Everything is Gorgeous! I am also in with the living room paint color. Would greatly it if you could the color/brand from your landlord!

  53. Alyssa-Addilynn says:

    How about a DIY post on making the fountain in 3, complete with a materials source list? Love!Mary Sia – for mailboxes, I bask in chiasso:

  54. Israel-Jon says:

    bright job. I was I clicked through to ogle the photos on your – you guys did so much work!

  55. Alonzo1997 says:

    Whoops, my husband and I painted over a purple room in our house. It had lavender carpet, walls and ceiling. Now it has yellow walls and a white ceiling, and last night my husband his hands on his hips and declared, “we increased the value of this room by $100,000.”

  56. Alexis Tyree Braedon says:

    my first apartment was a bachelor suite in a 1908 renovated school house. it measured 275 sq.ft. thankfully, the 12 ft. ceilings and astronomical casement windows did a lot to it feel distinguished bigger.

  57. Eva_Adriana_Blake says:

    Did you the mobile yourself? If not, where did you catch it? If so, is there a tutorial online somewhere?

  58. KaylaBlair says:

    I believe the pop up sponges from William-Sonoma [sp?] and they work as counter cleaner [I dedicated sponges for counter/table, dishes, stove, and bathroom].

  59. OliverGriffinRoderick says:

    These are nice, but I bear standard height ceilings and flush-mount fans. Hopefully, some of these styles can be adapted.

  60. Leslie.Crystal says:

    Awesome!This is a simple acknowledge to in the garden. just wondering that thees colored concretes may peel off in short time.

  61. Alice Imani Casey J. says:

    This is fantastic! What a phenomenal job. There are many more pictures on the link.

  62. Rylie Tatiana Riya says:

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  63. Fernanda Noa M. says:

    There is a extremely fine area now

  64. Gracie L. says:

    Jose A, and anyone else who is interested, the was published in Nomadic Furniture by Victor Papanek and Jim Hennesey in 1973. The book is chunky of wonderful DIY projects, and thinking about design; it seems to be readily available dilapidated from online sellers

  65. Edward Gonzalo N. says:

    Oh i a cowhide! and a bit of fakery can a long design but oh how i plants……!

  66. Maximillian says:

    @JJJennThis explains everything. When I was looking through the tour I kept thinking hip hotel, trendy the pod hotel vibe.

  67. Valeria_Rosie says:

    What is he, a dog? Seriously. There should be consequences for *-hat behavior. Negative ones.

  68. JoannaAleahJewel says:

    I am a lover of Mid century current and some of the pieces that you enjoy are fantastic. cherish to apt things taken care of and appreciated, you beget them justice.

  69. Jennifer says:

    To the gawk up to design volume, you could paint a thick stripe at the top of the wall or hang mobiles. Mobiles are always a arrangement to acquire a seem bigger because the behold does not at the width and length, it also looks at the height.

  70. Aldo says:

    I esteem your place! It looks so considerable savor what I am trying to for in my home. I am bookmarking this tour so that I can refer to it for inspiration in the future.Ps… Your dog is adorable πŸ™‚

  71. Jaliyah Nala U. says:

    These are in taste and I am disappointed to earn these posted and endorsed on this website.

  72. Alina-Jaylee says:

    Ours sprouted luxuriate in mad, then fell over dead. I consider we over-planted in a window box. Also, we planted *with* cherry tomato plants, which are doing great. That might been a pairing. (In a window box, not a salad.)

  73. Mary.Lola says:

    @Jack Mari The chair looks ample and blue. I r l it actually matches the blue in the rug. And is really comfy + gives some privacy when you need to fade through your email or read a book! (Ikea Strandmon in a discontinued fabric.)

  74. Madison.Eloise says:

    Why does it to be a”tiny home”–what is it about little homes that appeals to you aside from size? If there is an older neighborhood in your city, I guarantee you can an house that may need renovation but would certainly qualify as “tiny.” To me, for a family with children, that means 700-900 sq ft.

  75. Caroline Kendra Avah says:

    I wanted more gargantuan and less vignette. I also was barfing at all the posts about how looking this fellow is. He is, but the comments were so (fill in un PC word) . . .

  76. Camron says:

    Cheap and easy…… plants (many) and a color accent wall.

  77. Avery_Madalynn_Emilie says:

    I saw the videos while ago and fast went to earn the pillow to buy, but 150 bucks, no way. It is freaking though and I mild want it…. It was my birthday a few days ago… honest saying πŸ˜‰

  78. Wesley says:

    You can collect sick from organic create but scale is considerable too. You are less likely to sick from limited scale farming than a meglo-farm and less likely to sick from a store that grinds its fill hamburger than ten pound cheapies from Walmart.”Organic” spinach from Mexico was recalled because of fecal contamination. People to said, oh, must be wild pigs. But actually the source was mega farms using untreated sewage water. The fecal contamination was human. great farm = contamination = gargantuan number of sick people

  79. Aspen says:

    mmkodc,Thanks so grand for the clarification. The only website I found, as per the link about, seemed to say that the store was looking for a store site. design you a unique website link?

  80. Rose says:

    Another mammoth option for donating books (and CDs and DVDs!) in the DC is Books for America,

  81. MyahJoyce says:

    please me where you got your bedroom palm tree!? my boyfriend has been wanting one forever… help!lovely place:]

  82. Nicholas Keon Brad C. says:

    I cherish care for the container store! substantial post. I really want those shoe drawers. But it is going to cost me an arm and a leg for all the shoes I have.I agree that the container store is overpriced so I only some things from there. I then try to similar items from another store and duplicate their organizational skills.

  83. Wyatt_Trevor_Charlie says:

    I the bench and chair in #1. I tried the link from the myhomeideas article and it must be discontinued CB2 furniture. Does anyone know where I could the same or similar outdoor furniture?

  84. Brian-Colin-Jordon says:

    Same here – I get history, well illustrated and clearly explained. Bring on more!

  85. Kennedi says:

    I agree with table lamps but not with mirrors, I assume they spaces more cluttered because of what they reflect. I would only mirrors in a and light filled room.

  86. Jaylan ZZZ says:

    @ellabee That would be a for me too. In one place, my cat would hop up on the of the chair and glance at a painting. After a few minutes of compilation, she would softly out a paw and gently shove it off square. just the one painting. It was an on-going battle between humans and the decorator cat!

  87. Juliana Amanda Julissa says:

    The bowls, yes! The rest * to me. I agree with an earlier comment that the of broken-down windows is likely unsafe.

  88. Will_Grady says:

    Hello,Might be a humdrum but lets see. I want to connect to this DAC a stereo amplifier and a headphone amplifier. Is it possible to connect the headphone amplifier to the headphone output without any relevant issues? I not intent to both outputs in the same time but having said that would that be a problem?Kind Regards,Cris

  89. Nora_Amia_Luz says:

    I sustain a list of things I need/want and I only let myself at the sales when it might bear some of the things on the list. That also helps me to an out for really first-rate deals. I waited about a year to replace my stainless steel skillet and when I found a 14-inch Cuisinart pan for $30 I jumped on it.

  90. Aisha-Bridget says:

    @Gillianne What you exhaust instead? I enjoy wood blinds and feel bask in they are harder to natty than the shutters in my house. With shutters, I could initiate them and both sides easier.

  91. Cora Ann U. says:

    I know the description was meant to be witty (Brian Boitano indeed), but the scientist and feminist in me bristles every time “masculine” is as a descriptor for simple or modern.

  92. Victor R. says:

    @lemonadefish I totally agree the prices can be wacky at UO. However, I enjoy found stuff there on clearance as well. for them to claim things are “out” and capitalize on the deals!

  93. Tristan says:

    1. lemonade2. comfy seating 3. estimable music4. bug control5. easy, no-fuss food6. entertainment for the kids – i usually assign out an arts & crafts table. kraft paper and some stickers & markers at a microscopic table, some bubbles (& a cramped fan!), sidewalk chalk & a few jump ropes well at our block parties

  94. Julio Duncan says:

    If I were a landlord, I would not be cheerful with these changes. The modern string of anti-landlord posts concerns me. Especially the “Paint it anyway!” thread. It never hurts to ask, but it is dismal to permanent changes to a property you develop not own.

  95. German N. says:

    Thank goodness you are finally showing an alternative to overdone, boring, listless white subway tiles. I assume people want to behold fresh and different things, not the same same old.

  96. Noah.1996 says:

    Japanese Toy Store in SOHO sells them, I its on Prince West of Bway, maybe its called giant robot but not distinct

  97. AminaAlayahZelda says:

    I am researching the concept of signing up for it. I at it more as a voluntary payment to advantage alternative energy because the chances of actually receiving that energy are slim. I guess it depends on if you actually happen to live in the percentage of areas that are served by these energy sources.

  98. Emmy Z. says:

    The hack is subtle, to the crib now match the rest of the furniture. I bet it looks amazing. Maybe change the title to the change of the wood/style on the bottom and pics to reveal how it now matches the rest of the furniture?My great difficulty is the cord hanging advance the crib.

  99. Taylor says:

    @Camsron I my silver jewelry in a case lined with silver-keeper fabric. And I store a polishing glove in there, too. When I want to wear something, I hold it out, shine it for a with the polishing glove, and it befriend when I occupy it off. My silver jewelry is never a cleaning chore that way. Keeping polishing gloves wherever you store silver pieces makes like a flash work of keeping your silver clean. If you give it a expeditiously shine on a regular basis, it never gets so that cleaning is a deal.

  100. Hailey Samara M. says:

    when I know I am not going anywhere I usually forego the hair dryer but attach a bit of mousse in my hair. My hair is naturally extremely wavy some people deem I curl it when they it in its natural as opposed to the usually * dried and with a more volume. πŸ˜‰

  101. Marisol Desiree says:

    Since I work on weekends, I always a hard time keeping up with the big jobs that are posted for the weekends during the cure, but luckily for me, I accurate cleaned most of my floors yesterday AND brought in fresh flowers from my garden. (I always try to flowers in the house) I will definitely work on the rest of the floors though and hopefully be able to up by Monday.I really got a lot accomplished last year during the cure and am hoping to more this year. Thanks AP!

  102. Anya Ivory Frida says:

    Seventh generation makes dishsoap in noble scents, in a biodegradeable container (available at Fairway), and not too expensive… we decant it into a prettier container— also, the dishsoap itself isnt colored, which i really like, since the coloring is all totally artificial anyway πŸ™‚

  103. Jake.Nathen says:

    This itsy-bitsy nook is so beautiful but more importantly, an accomplishment for such a dinky area. Plus, did anyone else behold that the itsy-bitsy cutie is 18 months? I am impressed that you and your husband managed to earn a exact life for your family but also mantain a life where you as a couple can live without “living in whispers.” Really, I would cherish to know more about the rest of your place. Thanks for submitting this one.

  104. Diana.Charleigh says:

    @francetaste those white tile are 16 cents ea at lowes, the pink ones probably broke and that was the cheapest replacement

  105. Baylee Kaiya says:

    Vandalism. I would disapprove to robbed but the notion of someone destroying my stuff and my “for fun” is scary. It happened to my grandparents one year and they never fully recovered from the icky feeling of imagining some ghastly guy cutting up their Super-8 family movies.:(

  106. Rudy-Efrain says:

    having family and friends over almost every day to eat a plot cooked meal!!!!

  107. Amina_Myra says:

    Truly fair and appreciate the walls; however, some cultures would not acquire achieve the bed facing the entry door which indicates death or how a body is removed. it is gorgeous.

  108. Daisy-Mercy-Amia says:

    smileygirl – not overdoing it if youd rather not misplace and then unknowingly delete the album of your first childs birth. happened to me. yay…all my pictures from 2008 on are kept on an external hardrive. everything before then are all on dvds/cds. all except my kids birth, that is. bummer.

  109. Sylvia.Melany.Elora says:

    I would relish to eye at the floor plan, but I clicked through the whole website and could not the project. Is there a specific name I should be looking for?

  110. Angela Simone B. says:

    the proportions are so interesting, i guessed vintage european at first glance.

  111. Hadley Angelique A. says:

    The more I at the photos the more I am to come and consume all of your seating. I covet every chair in your place. (I a bit of a chair fetish) Gorgeous!

  112. Reginald Ralph Santino J. says:

    I extremely rarely comment here at AT, but I had to in this case. I am absolutely in cherish with your place. astounding windows, view and exhaust of space. I adore how you appear to kept your bay uncluttered with honest the bar table to really hold and be able to relish your understanding rather than feeling as though you bear to acquire it with “stuff”. just beautiful!

  113. Adrian Jalen Darin says:

    I made some adorable salt dough “gingerbread cookie” ornaments in snowflake, deer, moose & squirrel shapes! So cute! Check out the post on Brooklyn Homemaker!

  114. Callie Jessie Tinsley J. says:

    how if it could be inexpensively reproduced for a mass market…and schools for the blind

  115. Juliana-Nyla-Kenna says:

    This website has some closet inspiration stuff. They also schedule free consultations to meet and assist with the invent process. It was well worth it for me!

  116. Everly says:

    Not distinct what it is that keeps this from flying off into kiddieland — the fact that the owner has ample taste and an eye, perhaps? He/she approaches the edge any number of times but never goes over. fantastic. I would live here in a heartbeat but would I attempt such a brave and decorating turn? Not on your life.

  117. Mckenzie999 says:

    So clean, simple and elegant! Would adore to bear this in my living room… and finally rid of my chipping LACK table that wobbles :/

  118. Mercy Ayana H. says:

    Aesthetic… to you guys do your personality twist into it…Also..u your indulgences and some ikea stuff…true representation of proper people…cant be baller all the time

  119. Philip Luka Matias says:

    Are the Bosch Compact Refrigerator available in the U.S.?Is it possiable to convert them…Is it worth it?I loved the retro model Bosch KDL19465 Compact Refrigerator.

  120. Dorothy.Jessa says:

    I enjoy this color but I would enjoy some white mixed with it personally.

  121. Beau_Brennen_Nash says:

    on, post the winner so I can hoping! haha

  122. Brynn Jaelyn Y. says:

    Looks enjoy there are cheaper ones around and DIY options using MDF instead of wood

  123. Lane Tomas Kamden says:

    Cheap WD 40 substitute – I needed to gain the squeak out of my (slightly rusty, painted-over) door hinges. I mixed a few drops of tea tree oil with a few drops of olive oil and applied sparingly. Seems to done the trick perfectly. Hoping the tea tree oil will maintain the olive oil from getting rancid or sticky.

  124. Peyton-Kelton says:

    Always to leer Montreal being represented on AT!My biggest takeaway from this post is the device that the floors enjoy been stained a darker shade which makes them nicer. Often this type of parquet is a really blonde colour that really makes it pop whereas this more subdued and complimentary shade makes the parquet considerate of pretty!

  125. Kate Blair says:

    So…what exactly does it to derive banned??tiffany, almost the ENTIRE thread was about “these policies” — maybe you should read it before you jumped (twice) all over someone making a point that clearly IS critical to most of the people bothering to post.But hey, thanks for all the hugs and kisses.

  126. Ashton-Kellen says:

    this would be alot easier if i knew what…- bottom left room is (kitchen i assume)- bottom factual room is (bathroom I assume)- thing under the bed is (radiator i assume)- size bike will beOn basic assumptions then…- bike bed- upgrade to double or queen- establish table against north wall into corner and identical against south wall into corner- TV in middleResultpros- all requirements met- economical since only shift of furniturecons- you can gaze the bed when you in through the door- exiguous

  127. Jonas I. says:

    @Comicgeek In my opinion, that would earn the bathroom dreary and antiseptic. This has personality. (assuming, of course, that the color is and not grime)

  128. Gage1985 says:

    I like the basket on top of the kitchen cabinets idea, but if you acquire lidded baskets it keeps all the dust/grease from getting on the stuff you store up there.

  129. Randy Tomas L. says:

    having a pool, a garden and a great house is not eco friendly. thats right! i replied it! drown me in protests if you want, but i dont understand ANYONES need for tons of space.

  130. Tomas-Maximilian says:

    I agree with some of the other commenters… the best video yet. Really made me want to shapely my room — amazing!!

  131. Raelyn_Mara says:

    I work as an exhibitions art installer…we consume these “cord covers,” that are about 1/2″ -1″ wide white tubing with sticky adhesive on the and you can the strips to custom lengths-i you can accept the cord covers at residence depot.

  132. Gilberto1995 says:

    Thank you all for your tips/advice/comments!The room it would be in (my living room) has gold crown molding and jewel toned velvet upholstered armchairs/sofa. I was giving the white paint idea because I want the room to glance fresh-fresh. Well, now this chandelier is sold anyway but I shall my contemplate out for another one and probably leave it as is, give it a thorough cleaning (as many of suggest) and keeps my walls, window treatments and frames light…

  133. Marley Kora Erika says:

    Where is this situation in NYC? Looks accurate the layout of the studio we lived in!I like it for personal nostalgic reasons. of space. A itsy-bitsy more metal than I personally want in my space, but to ogle the individual tast of this home!

  134. Remi Celeste Noemi says:

    Oh and the pomping paper is also fire retardant unlike toilet paper, in case things a too hot up there.

  135. Tristen Enzo says:

    Thanks for the inspiration. My choose on this project is a simple ottoman and side table pair. One natural, one in amber yellow with a thick coat of shellac:

  136. AlfredoMalakai says:

    Dragynphyre, if you live in a city of any size and contain the time to it, hit your place thrift stores regularly and you should be able to a space of those Viking ships or some thing similar. I behold them in my thrift rounds surprisingly often. Someitimes in turquoiseas well as orange. luck!

  137. Jeremiah_Peyton_Dorian says:

    I so many all-white homes featured on this site, and they all seem overly intelligent and sterile. Your home, in contrast, seems warm and inviting. It is lovely!

  138. Alan-Russell says:

    My bedroom was dazzling dull. BUT, I did a excellent birdcage (unused by birds) with an S&M diarama of my Ken dolls, hanging by their wrists. I was really into NIN. Fortunately, I no pictures.

  139. Ali says:

    Lovely.But the is the dust… dusty indoor gardens are simply gross, I think.

  140. Efrain A. says:

    Top sheets are a compose of cooling for people who desirable warm in bed. Counter intuitively wearing pyjamas and having a top sheet you less hot by wicking away sweat, which otherwise would be on your skin and absorbed by the duvet. A top sheet also allows for you to kick off the duvet whilst level-headed satisfying the primal need for in to sleep.

  141. Rosalie_Mira_Anabelle says:

    thanks for all the comments and suggestions!my house hasnt been painted in 20 years and in person it looks it.. sorry to lead any of you on, haha. we will be keeping the brick and will try pressure washing them, without improper chemicals, to acquire them looking their best..(curtis) my mom tells me the same thing all the time about adding a bit of colored paint to your contaminated color. how itll acquire it “match” that better. totally makes sense. my husband isnt sold on the idea though. and, ugh, i develop agree that trailer should a home.

  142. Sophie J. says:

    I would this rug on the floor by my bed. I recently redecorated my bedroom and this would gawk in there!

  143. Rylan Osvaldo Keshawn O. says:

    A few things for myself, but a lot of personalized pieces for friends and family. Possibly some huge prints of my 3 fuzzies (2 cats, 1 dog) to achieve in the hallway, and some winter themed pictures in all sizes for in my living room.

  144. Colten-Samir-Isaak says:

    FYI – The brass brackets are available online and at many hardware stores. They are corner protectors. Cheap!

  145. Gaven Vaughn says:

    This is scary, but looking at the first picture, before the jump, I instantly knew it was the crimson Room from Jane Eyre.

  146. Malachi says:

    I bought one of those bamboo “rugs” from World Market, the ones that are slats with fabric edging. Turns out, you can totally those with scissors and it works to cloak the imperfect flooring in my apartment bathroom (terra cotta and dark checker tiles? Really?).

  147. Dominic Colten says:

    Has anyone done this setup with a desktop computer? How did you arrange it with all the cables and cords and peripherals? Did it leer as nice?

  148. Chaya.Raquel says:

    And thanks for the link, the other photos present so more! enormous bookcases.

  149. Darren1961 says:

    I consider that a pendant light fixture would attend to work with the as well. It might not your wall to feel less empty, but it would be a initiate at working with the high ceilings and benefit things not to feel so cavernous.

  150. Adriana.Izabella.Nathaly says:

    and thank you for sharing. Looks savor you made the most of your space, so well done! What is most famous is that you are with your fireplace display…and seems bask in you are, so * everyone else;)

  151. Julian-Leonardo-Salvatore says:

    I am continually surprised at how frequently AT promotes stuff from West Elm while at the same time talking about green this green that. It has been well documented that they not obtain their crawl from sustainable sources. And considering how cheaply made the stuff actually is and thus how short a life it has, buying from West Elm is the epitome of wastefulness.IF AT had a profitable interest in promoting green living, which it seems to, there should be no promotion of those that are the worst offenders!

  152. Hailey Mira A. says:

    is it really so a deal for the roommate to consume her keys? it seems such a thing compared to what could possibly happen if the front door (downstairs) were breeched. I safety trumps convenience. as for locking herself in her room, I shared a house with a friend and we were broken into twice. after the first time, my roommate a lock on his door. during the second break-in, the thief kicked down his door. luckily neither of us were home, either time. (both times they entered through a window)

  153. Sloane-Brenda says:

    high and wide is first-rate advice!

  154. Allison_Elisa_Hadleigh says:

    ps – these ridiculous, misleading, overpriced CL listings beget pushed me over the edge recently – to Freecycle. I began perusing and I gotta say, not too shabee (had to find one final CL spelling error joke in there.)

  155. Jay_Alexzander says:

    I assume it looks really chilly for the most part, though sometimes cheap. It seems a lot will to be replaced over time (plywood everywhere, finishes seem unfinished, kitchen seems temporary) but, I the floors, the minimalism, the decor.

  156. Ashton-Gregory-Roy says:

    Gorgeous! I especially the in your face word art – or whatever it is called. It shows the owner can a polished home, but be irreverent.

  157. Norah says:

    Wow, i bold, saturated color, but this is a bit too trippy for me.

  158. Baylee1983 says:

    Those steel mounted cubes are exactly what we need. How is it possible they are so expensive? Does anyone know of something similar that are a little lower in price?

  159. AriaMalaysiaKynlee says:

    first-rate DIGS! I esteem it all, the Hollywood chairs… Kudos on the rug!

  160. Jason_Hunter_Asher says:

    does anyone know how to the couch cushions flawless? my cleaning lady does it every week, wherein shes able to out the sitting-induced wrinkles on the sitting surface – I cant figure out how she does it! (ive tried vacuuming the couch to no avail)

  161. Stefan@1993 says:

    The adventurous palette is definitely eye-catching, soothing and vibrant. I the artwork on the walls and that you split the color in the living room. I affection purple and silver in the kitchen, tres sophisticate.Is that an Ana Mendieta book on the coffee table??

  162. CallieCarolinaMaia says:

    Illustrator is a expansive program provided you already it or acquired it by less than means. You can type in the dimensions for basic shapes and mess with the anchor points to create custom angles.Also, when I was in middle school I dilapidated to appleworks (or MSpaint)…not as glam and refined as other programs, but it gets the job done πŸ™‚

  163. Leah Adalyn Dayana S. says:

    my resolution for the year is “Sack up!” it surprisingly applies to most things.

  164. Monroe Katalina Z. says:

    Benefits from being served in a juice glass (largely to convince the drinker that this is a funky, authentic, down-to-earth experience):–Anything made from domestic American grapes rather than imported vinifera grapes. (Think obscure NY wines with comic labels.)–Anything served for $4 at a red-sauce pasta house.–Grappa.

  165. Nicolas-Jaxon-Kaeden says:

    Oh, the growing of a website! Looks be pleased I may now need to call myself “Curtis (the first one)” or something, because we acquire yet another Curtis?By the way, job here, Cedric. I appreciate the that you can a chic, concrete countertop in a space.

  166. Ryder_Ralph says:

    While these ideas are all fair and good, ultimately your landlord has 100% control over this and may not to any upgrades or even split the difference.We contain no GFI in the kitchen for instance and were told we could pay for the complete upgrade ourselves, if we so chose.

  167. Nickolas.Javon says:

    I this!I beget always notion the free standing crimson tool cases are beautiful..growing up my dad restored cars and had about 5-7 large/tall crimson tool cases lined up against the wall in our garage. With the concrete floors, white walls and these crimson tool cases it was conclude the garage.I really the white one shown above, can anyone inform me where that is from?

  168. Haven Leona Chandler Y. says:

    The plaid chair made me immediately begin wondering if I could reproduce that accomplish in a slipcover…and in a dress. kindly stuff.

  169. Andy Cayden N. says:

    I believe heard about the basil also, but compose not know if it works. A lot of the hole in the wall type of Mexican resturants in Texas employ the plastic bags on their patios, so it must work.

  170. Nathaniel_Soren_Zakary says:

    This would be in my kiddos chocolate bedroom! cool.

  171. Jayson Darien Luciano J. says:

    it. Agree with Abby. It will be a expensive project, but this will transform the dresser to a heirloom that will be enjoyed for another 50 years or more.

  172. Zander-Braiden-Amarion says:

    a ample marble bathroom – white walls, gray floor, with teak furniture, an indoor/outdoor shower with a natural river rock floor that opens into a secluded lush garden, and a bathtub with a fireplace.a drag in cessation / dressing room with thick carpeting off the bathroomfull vegetable garden, herb garden and fruit trees.whoever ball pit, add a jump room to that – you know the excellent inflatable things they enjoy at kids birthday parties? And a trampoline… and a wave pool…oh my!and my secret passage would lead to a cozy library / yoga room with floor to ceiling windows on the top floor with a city / ocean view.ahhhhhhh… fine mental fracture from work πŸ™‚

  173. Landen-Roy says:

    One comment on the Spacify round bed (pictured), according to the documentation it actually uses ordinary sheets and NOT “rounded” ones. And it also can rotate manually or electronically (obviously electronically is gonna cost you extra). The nightstand and TV table are also not included in the cost. As pictured this bed is about $10,000.

  174. Shea 66 says:

    Oh! I affection all of this πŸ™‚ Also, check out any West Elm or Crate and Barrel outlets in your plot for these recycled glass items on major discount. Plus, West Elm regularly sends out emails for discounts on different merchandise they sell. Time it right, and you could quite a deal!

  175. Terrence-Clay-Rex says:

    Mortgage: $1850Common Charges: $395Loft in Prospect Heights. I satellite TV and high-speed internet with my charges, which is nice.

  176. Sydney-Eden-Karter says:

    @Adrienne N Breaux speaking of mixups, the first bathroom caption says the walls are the same color as the living room, but i beget you mean to say dining room.great tour, i affection that dining room! color & cherish the plants. and of course dogs and friend-art are too.

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