Really Adorable Unique Designs Chaise Cushions In The Living Room

Chaise cushions are define us to get something comfort. Here you will see some unique cushions for your chaise that apply along the living room well. The living room is one room that is important, because the living room is a place to entertain guests and ensure that guests always feel at home and comfortable. Surely this can not be separated from how we set up the living room. In addition guests will also be interested and linger to stay if our living room look beautiful. So how do I make the living room look beautiful? Use only unique chaise cushions.

wicker chaise cushions red with cool design

wicker chaise cushions red with cool design

So, in this great occasion we are going to discuss and share about how really adorable unique designs chaise cushions in the living room. This unique chaise pillowcases have like batik motif. The pillowcases are manufactured with a size of 40 x 40 cm that is suitable for your seat cushion. Besides pillowcases also proven durable because it is made from quality materials that hikaron. You can apply chaise cushions on your sofa minimalist plain, so it will give an elegant impression created by the motifs such as batik. If at first glance unique chaise cushion cover is similar to the previous. Only pillowcases chaise has a darker color and pattern are more illuminated. The pillowcases are manufactured with a large flower patterned batik fabrics and modern. Pillowcases design is suitable for you who like the impression of modern vintage. You can combine with your minimalist modern sofa. For the size of pillowcases cavanni provide size 40 x 40 cm and 50 x 50 cm, you can match it with the size of your chaise.

Patio chaise cushions Waterfall with best design

Patio chaise cushions Waterfall with best design

Design adjustable chaise cushions with black iron frame

Design adjustable chaise cushions with black iron frame

Chaise cushions for the unique design of this one seem more modern and very suitable for modern minimalist sofas today. The pillowcases have polka-dot motif with a choice of shades of dark brown and light brown. That’s all we can discuss and share about how really adorable unique designs chaise cushions in the living room.

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180 thoughts on “Really Adorable Unique Designs Chaise Cushions In The Living Room”

  1. Miguel@88 says:

    contain bought current file folders to neat out my “throw it in” drawer in kitchen. Cant wait to this drawer empty! My goal is to either shred or file.

  2. Gustavo.Gunner.Atticus says:

    the rich green. I wanted a room this color for a while, and I deem you are just that the paper & chair rail it from overwhelming without losing the color.

  3. Ricardo Dillon Alfonso P. says:

    While I esteem my reindeer hide, it is beautiful and sheds. Would definitely NOT recommend for sitting on.

  4. Griffin1969 says:

    @wendoug The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust in Oak Park IL (near Chicago) has a Restoration Resource Center. They can you with archival paint, decorations, building supplies etc.

  5. Mabel says:

    I second wanting to the olive branch. That sounds really neat!

  6. JasperKobeJacoby says:

    DE- Diotomaceous earth is effective for silverfish (and also for bedbugs)

  7. Carlo@1975 says:

    apt leave all of the toys at the relatives “so the kids fill something to play with when they come over”. My mom got the hint on volume quickly.

  8. Bryce@1968 says:

    Plants are but the secret here is “cushions.” Grab some colored cushion covers, a favorable combination of blues and greens and the room will great.Simple, cheap and it will a difference.Mafangreen laser pointer RULZ

  9. Michelle.1961 says:

    Adrienne, you made me spew coffee onto the computer screen.

  10. Samantha Liliana Zelda says:

    πŸ™‚ The platform bed is from BoConcept….it was definitely a splurge on my part. To this day I sometimes feel guilty about not spending that money to feed a exiguous country in Africa. Also, the BoConcept version comes with a frame that I removed because my mattress came up too high with it.Ikea sells a similar version for cheaper.

  11. Esmeralda-696 says:

    @DallasStudent @JHD same here. Her article doesn’t bear any self-awareness. She’s actually perpetuating the dilemma by what she charges for her Airbnb guests. LA has one of the biggest homeless problems/ affordable housing problems in the country- and all I hear is moaning about having to derive a job. This woman has no idea how lucky she is.

  12. Alana ZZZ says:

    Absolutely fabulous! to the owner and with his distinct fashion using every available lumber to corpulent potential. I would to experience this apartment in reality (or virtually). There are many adjectives I could to it: opulent, interesting, eclectic, unique, original, dramatic, theatrical, glamorous …..,etc etc

  13. Cataleya.Ivanna.Mercy says:

    I beget actually done the spraypaint-the-whole-thing move. It does realy cool. But honestly it also looks savor what it really is (when you discover it in person and closeup) which is a spraypainted chandelier.I vote that you leave it alone. This chandelier fashion would not work painted imo. What might work is to paint it with a glaze that you can tint slightly (available at the paint store). I only suggest this if you the gold color of the metal and want to earn it discover more antique and less shiny.

  14. Andres.Kenny.Kale says:

    SO cool…and not apt your hubby! Can he arrive articulate my husband a few million things!?

  15. Kaelyn@999 says:

    not my taste, but arrangement to for yours!also, AT, I bask in the photo viewing option above. more user agreeable to some additional photos, but not to enter the slideshow.

  16. Brady says:

    No really…those hanging lights are accurate fab. I want them for my place in Marrakech. Where did you them again? Loving your crimson kitchen, too.

  17. Naya says:

    @binky_doll And if you want to know whether or not I am some “random internet stranger” check the profile. And then check yours. Because we are all “random internet strangers.”Stop gatekeeping. This home is for everybody, not the people you approve of.

  18. Todd-Fredrick says:

    Its a cold idea, but would be better if the edges were flush (ie if you feeble a table saw or similar and sander to earn the edges straight)

  19. Shayne says:

    I was unprejudiced looking up the reusable design bags on Amazon and found these:

  20. Logan-Jessa says:

    cherish the vintage glimpse and feel. The effect is not too as well. I like the range of accents, from vintage to fresh to contemporary.http://shop.kirantarun.com

  21. Kennedi says:

    I to dress up my packages with christmas cards. I absorb a bunch of special scissors from scrapbooking that I can lop a decorative border around images or the entire face and then tape them on. despise to throw away christmas cards. Some we pull off and re-use again next year (Rudolph, Snoopy, etc.)

  22. Boston.Rhett says:

    Everything that should not be in a Tour on Apartment Therapy- more than one chronicle of the host/owner, scrambled eggs, white paint called “warm” by a “talented interior designer”.

  23. Ashton-1963 says:

    Most of these master bedrooms are huge! Not really for people in truly spaces…more inspiration for people who clearly a lot of but want the baby in the room until it is a older. Totally valid, but not what I was hoping to inspiration for :-).

  24. Jaeden.33 says:

    I always assumed we had the only gum alley!…we enjoy one here in San luis Obispo, Ca. Its a tourist attraction when your downtown. Kinda gross, but also kinda cool, people stick notes to the wall with gum. I dont mind it because I dont by it extremely often, or ever really, unless I wana cross out a friend from out of town.wonder if the city will ever consume ours down…

  25. Ariah Everleigh D. says:

    @lex2190, it looks similar to the Fresca console table from CB2

  26. Bryce-Gerardo-Zachariah says:

    As someone who dislikes both germs and faulty chemicals, I delight in this information!

  27. EmersynAlessiaRaina says:

    whoops, I meant to say the tin of matchbooks came from an estate sale.

  28. Adele Maxine Ellison says:

    My husband and I enjoy the second the last bedding set, from Overstock. We it!

  29. Nico I. says:

    Check out the 1909-1910 12″ Jandus Gyro Fan

  30. Cecilia.Kathleen says:

    The comment about wearing more clothes is nonsense – mosquitos affection me and I been bitten through many fabrics (except denim, thick canvas, and heavy sweaters). A typical * dress would design nothing to them!

  31. Chelsea-Imani says:

    Had a jenny lind in the vacation house, painted white. Had a diaper explorer. Had a lot of detail work to elegant up after one particularly artistic paint job, done in shades of brown. about it. The wall was easy. The spindles, not so much.

  32. Matthias says:

    I exercise a cup of vinegar in the washing machine as a soak to engage perspiration.

  33. Harper-Ainsley-Tiana says:

    He should paint his with that WiFi blocking paint.And up his dosage.

  34. Kaylie K. says:

    Finally, I a masculine and well decorated in NYC. Mostly of the people here in NYC that live in cramped apartments decorate in a modern, genderless and tasteless way. Congrats and extremely well done, you are blessed.

  35. Maylee says:

    I had to read the article to understand, “How is this different from my theater dwelling up with a projector and wall-mounted screen, minus the screen?”They are proposing a reply that would function devour e-ink, where the image stays until a different image is projected onto it. That is different than the typical theater installation.

  36. Caleb_Reginald_Joey says:

    @aparejo, I agree. Castles and mansions elicit no more than a shrug from me, if that, but the outside pictures of the property made me swoon.

  37. Jett-Ethen says:

    so – i read this too and wanted to fraction it with the AT community…

  38. John Garret says:

    My recent color is actually a color combination. Imagine an oceanic blue-green with a persimmon red-orange. Yes, they are opposites on the color wheel. I broad swaths of the blue-green with explosions of the red-orange.

  39. Tyrell@33 says:

    We Catholic Gypsies here in the South, I believe their heritage is generally Irish.Anyway for a cool present about Southern Gypsies, check out “The Riches” starring Eddie Izzard and Minnie Driver. show.

  40. Ingrid says:

    There is so distinguished with occuping kids every second of the day. When are they going to learn patience and how to entertain themselves if we cant even fill to let them sit in a grocery cart without being hypnotized by a tv screen?

  41. Beatrice_Cara_Sylvie says:

    We a lot of these all in one kitchens. Unfortunately, its a niche product and takes up a lot of room, so we achieve not the larger units on Display. The acme units are large. Additionally, the Acme units are extremely customizable. Our units are customizable as well.If you browse through this link,

  42. Kenzie.Ellis says:

    djluckyonline:Your insults are as as you are. I am not snowman. Infact, I abhor the snow. I am a friend of CB2, and into this contest.You are the looser for even taking the time for such invention.I suggest you try your conspiracy theroy somewhere else.Carry on all you wish. This is the only time I will this forum to achnowlege your insanity.Oh, and Voyager….You Rock!

  43. Amir_Solomon says:

    I so… but my entire has hardwood floors… and as a preservationist in a historic home, this limits my choices of materials.This was a “surprise project” with a dinky budget, so the delicate Ann Sacks penny rounds were nixxed.

  44. Haylee 666 says:

    i how the guy in the is wearing a Manchester United jersey while the post is about american made products

  45. Trey-911 says:

    Me amo Sayulita! How I wish I could be at that palapa sipping a one right now. I can almost taste the freshly caught huachinango.

  46. Eugene says:

    this is a resource! thank you AT for bringing this company to my attention. when i effect my kitchen project in a couple of years, this will be a company i seriously observe into for my cabinets!

  47. Dayana-Jaycee says:

    The green color and the shape are both so calming….

  48. Emmalynn-Blaire says:

    @Virginia Grayson Yes, thank her. She helped you on home-healing tasks–and kept you out of jail…P:)

  49. Elizabeth Alivia Ansley N. says:

    It would be perfect for my oldest to “hide” his special things that he wants to protect from his brother.

  50. Zion_Nikolas_Chaz says:

    When I say “wrap the circular frame in grapevine,” I mean you should weave the grapevine through the frame and exhaust wire to the vine when needed. πŸ™‚

  51. Emelia says:

    Since you not beget any experience and even the ones that this would not be an easy DIY. hey it was free and if you it it done professionally. As mentioned curves and welts are not for the beginner let alone for some experienced upholstery shops. If you want a wool fabric acquire there is plenty of nylon deliver for the stretch factor.I had my “*” chair reupholstered and they did a hack job had to believe it re done,I agree with k2yhe.

  52. Colette.Hadleigh.Nalani says:

    extremely indeed! Baltimore has a Free Store and I wrote a post about it if anyone wants to check it out!

  53. Daisy Joelle I. says:

    I develop the Jacobsen, but wish the details were more idea out…not a fan of exposed joint hardware. The DCW gets my vote.

  54. Ava_Alanna_Saige says:

    I agree with waiting on everything major, but you can try removing the pots from that hanging * rack, if you enough position to store them elsewhere. Its a no-project project, but it might initiate up the kitchen and give you more of an airier, begin feeling. Congrats!

  55. Natasha.Zoie.Mariyah says:

    There are some insanely well crafted and glowing doors here:

  56. Dawson Jamari Bronson U. says:

    Here ya go.. This is eco friendly. You dog can choose a * on it and you can creep out to your stream in the aid yard and beat it on a rock to wash it. freakin hippies.. ha ha $29.00 for a of 4.

  57. Skyla says:

    Kudos to you for wanting an rug, and for what it will accomplish, even with good-looking floors… it will turn your collection of individual pieces into a furnished room.Does Elte sell rugs? Canadian Tire?Check the ads in Canadian House & Home.And, unsolicited and imho, you one too many side tables.

  58. Broderick B. says:

    im dealing with a somewhat different area in my house.. my son is * solid on nursing to sleep, in our bed, at 17 months. he will bear nothing to with his crib. although, we it lined up next to our bed converted to a toddler bed in hopes that * eventually consume to sleeping there. of course, the first isnt that he wont sleep in his beget bed, but that he wakes up several times a night and cant himself back to sleep. if anyones got some tips or just wants to what youve been through with your kids, id to hear em! thanks.as for which of the two beds id pick.. twin or double makes sense, unless youve already got a convertable crib. establish the mattress on the floor till hes able to sleep without falling off. for that matter, you could your crib mattress on the floor as well…?

  59. Kaeden C. says:

    @jbroseph: I a spa-like all-white bedroom. The secret is to a white dog. Mine camouflages herself between the pillows. πŸ™‚

  60. Boston1994 says:

    We believe bamboo since 2002, too. As said,the only distress is from dropping things but it can be easily removed. hold a steem iron over the harm for a and it desapeares. Scratches desapair from alone after few months.It quiet looks and feels great!Go for it.

  61. Dylan says:

    Got one! Thanks for posting these types of offers (for the Gulf Network, or the art sold for Nashville flood relief.)

  62. Yair 1985 says:

    angus_laird_mcangus:how the heck are they telling you how you should live???? i my reservations about their intent as well as the feasibility of this lifestyle being translated into a standard of living (most due to financial concerns)… but at the heart of it – they are doing research.THEY are doing research. you live in their apartment?? How does their life affect you? Other than they are trying to figure out a intention to live that can maintain resources for your children and other decedents if for some melancholy reason you decided to procreate and continue your selfish and arrogant line of dna.You people are the problem.

  63. Ross says:

    I also seen the shammy cloth in Aveda stores – not what it is made of, but Aveda seems to follow the idea of all-natural, green products.

  64. Taylor_Aditya_Mikel says:

    astounding home. so personality – i am a colossal collector of tins and containers and seeing them integrated everywhere. i would assume this residence over a “trendy” any day! and, duh, your baby is precious.

  65. Khloe_Rebecca says:

    I miss the former desk without computers, and just with books, articles and notepads & pens..

  66. Aria_Arianna_Carla says:

    Coming from a household of dogs and recently adopted a cat, I now fully bask in the care and roles that foster parents become for these discarded animals. But for one to arrive out and better others in her years of painfully acquired knowledge and experience, frankly, makes her quite extraordinary. I’m deeply sorry for your loss, Grace.

  67. Malik says:

    WOW…..this is a room to arrive dwelling to ! The Colors are & they do you want to correct smile.

  68. Jaxson@911 says:

    admire appreciate love! Can we believe a more in-depth examine at the kitchen? Digging those shelves.

  69. Aryan@ZZZ says:

    I would your chase in Closet (WIC) in half and establish the stackable W/D the toilet. That you your en suite and the W/D is to the water pipes from the kitchen.

  70. Andy Gannon says:

    We had buckwheat pillows for about 4 years now and I will never dash on vacation without my pillow. It is so supportive for me and my husband loves it because it never gets hot. It takes some getting to but I not even care or anything about it anymore. So I discovered them.

  71. Henley Miah Hadleigh says:

    Oooh. apt bought our absorb home, and we starting on a wall gallery this would be fabulous on our great bare wall in our great living room. My common in our home!

  72. Zackary.Easton.Geoffrey says:

    I can vouch for Ikea kitchens. I bought 36 of them in about a year. My husband Robert installed them. It was of a rehab we did on a historic apartment building in Pasadena, CA. I would say that it is not nearly so simple installing them in the average home as the Ikea video suggests. Walls are not always square and plumbing, gas and electrical can exhibit problems. Anyway, check out our website http://www.robertjalo.com to some photos of our good-looking kitchens. I mostly chose Adel Birch and did one crimson one which came out great.

  73. Alex O. says:

    What a refreshing to work!!! Props for the windows and the stargazer lilies that brighten up anything! πŸ™‚

  74. Kali says:

    TaniaTingel,Pointing out that mouthwash has no disinfectant properties at the concentration it would upon being spat into the toilet bowl is not particularly negative, logical.Shocked?Pretty any post that touches on toilets seems to excite responses.

  75. Danielle Avah T. says:

    Since I compost with worms outside, it is for me to achieve my compost from freezing. I add a higher concentration of “Green” refuse (mostly coffee grounds) to keep the internal temperature up.

  76. Gianni Clark says:

    My plight is that I fill incredibly hands, and none of those observe they would be comfortable to be held whilst filled.

  77. RiverAspen says:

    I wonder if the wood is more difficult to desirable toilet bowl with regular bathroom products?

  78. Remington says:

    I my recycled-paper toilet tissue by the case, from a janitorial supply house. EcoSoft by Bay West of Wausau Paper: 96 rolls in a case, 500 sheets per roll, 2 ply. It is wonderful—just the combination of soft and sturdy.

  79. Marques.Mathias.Howard says:

    Actually, amending my comment, you can the thing I (convert it for glass shades, which could be any you want) with socket extenders and a shade ring. Shade rings from lamp fraction suppliers (for instance:

  80. Cesar_Travis_Louis says:

    The concept leisurely this is fun, but I cannot any device of sitting comfortably in there. If you leaned against the attend you would whack your head on the bookshelf. This is not a chaise, this is a deathtrap.

  81. Frank_Gideon_Nikhil says:

    this is beautiful…i had a 2nd floor apartment with floor to ceiling windows be pleased this, looking out into trees. in the heart of the beach in SD too- it was magical. no building on a slope required!

  82. Branden-Deven says:

    Hey thanks anon for the background on DWR.Much appreciated.I was beginning to deem I was crazy!

  83. Maisie Sandra R. says:

    My family typically does our ample meal at lunch time. This allows time for a outside afterward and avoids going to sleep with a stuffed tummy! If anyone wants to eat again in the evening, there are leftovers available.

  84. Lilliana says:

    Hey! I always wanted the bug vacuum.Then again, I live in Hawaii and we 3-4″ cockroaches that FLY.

  85. Ronan U. says:

    I wanted to give LaBelleProvince the information for the IKEA cabinet. Here is the link….I got mine in the high gloss white.

  86. Aedan says:

    I esteem it all. I would die for the skull wallpaper.If your a * drinker… yourself some crystal head * (

  87. Sean2017 says:

    I agonized about getting FLOR. Seemed expensive but I opinion it would work first-rate in my apartment. I hated the fact that when you apartments the perfect rug for the last apartment doesnt work in the modern one. I ordered samples but I collected didnt buy.Luckily I had a business to Atlanta and I was able to move to the showroom. Once seeing them in person it seemed worth it. But it was so seeing all the samples in person. Some of the ones I I would delight in I didnt because the pile, texture or color was off. I mean I was in the showroom with my shoes off! I loved Coir, Counting Sheep but they were too expensive. Wide Wale and Passage werent gloomy but I was only willing to pay $10 per tile. Ones I didnt bask in were Straight and Narrow, Housepet, Movies, Morning Coffee.So I took the and purchased Checkered Past and Twill in Vanilla/Hazelnut a tannish-cream color for my living room. A second was Finer Things. Both of these tiles had a deeper springier pile that felt on my feet. Also these are friendly for medium traffic areas. I second whoever replied to pay attention to ratings on the website and catalog. I am really I bought FLOR last August. I made a 9 by 11 rug for less than $400 with shipping included. last week I spilled some concord grape juice on the rug and it wasnt a to up.

  88. GabrielEmanuel says:

    Tons of charm and personality. it. One ask? – you mentioned that the Picasso curtains are from Fabrics. I googled that without luck. Can you provide more info? Thanks so much.

  89. Destin says:

    @ksgI forgot that we bought an upgraded mattress for the mini-crib. Davinci offers this version:

  90. Jessie1982 says:

    I seeing the spaces of rich people with taste. My is with the that this considerate of business (trinket pop-up shop) is a viable business model.

  91. Jade says:

    I the same predicament w/two staircases and burnttoast is right- I mostly about visitors to the house. On one of the staircases w/had to a rail (that we will occupy later) because we felt it was too (a child could potentially a whole floor) and we left the other staircase as is.

  92. Sarai says:

    My fecking passive agressive Greek mother-in-law is probably cleaning and decorating my house as I type this. She comes over to let the dogs out suring the day – and then cooks, does laundry, redecorates and does yard work that she has no fecking concept how to as she has lived in a condo her whole fecking life. And trust me, the only message she is trying to convery is “you are not enough and I am never, NEVER going to let of my son”I need to vent

  93. Siena Rory Kassandra says:

    well, for $15 i got myself a coolmax mattress pad ?

  94. Keegan1969 says:

    Many Amish exceptions for using phones, electricity at work, where they may not it in their homes. They may even absorb computers at a shop. They are allowed phone booths if they are far from the house.It is how many things are being sold now as “Amish” since it implies higher quality.

  95. Amaris@999 says:

    Michael, I was in Lafayette, CA last month, visiting my brother and his family, who live in Lafayette — hamlet; I usually out once a year and will by to your shop next time!

  96. Ronan says:

    I am with EngineerChic. erroneous grass is by no means the best to proceed if you are lucky enough to live somewhere with tremendous water supply but if you live in drought ridden Southern California, it is a alternative especially since it is permeable unlike so many hardscape concepts that leave our drainage systems overwhelmed every time we happen to rain.

  97. Vanessa J. says:

    I am anti-flat sheet. It bunches up in the middle of the night!

  98. KyleUlisesRashad says:

    I moved to the mountains and now contain the ample dark ants…and boy the pack a bite! They also net the kids in a tizzy. I rememeber buying clove powder when I lived in a city and it would spray a light coating easily. I also remember reading that they wont chalk lines but this never worked with argentine ants. Out of desperation, I took some talcum powder (baby powder) i dont even exercise and mixed a diminutive amount of ground cloves in it. Since they are invading our add on bath room i build it on a butter knife and dropped it in the gap at top of baseboard moulding and any openings around the floor boards. The gargantuan ants are quite illusive and my house is too musty to holes. The ants composed inside wouldnt disagreeable the powder and the clove scent made them nuts. Im hopeful and the remedy was cheap and safe!

  99. Valerie Ariella says:

    I the feeling that Ikea closets must be cheaper in the US than in Europe. When we were looking to believe a built-in closet installed in our apartment in Spain they were all similar in brand to all of the estimates we got for a custom built-in so we ended up going with a custom built-in from a local guy. Looking I wish I had done something this, since a store bought Ikea closet would beget a lot more accessories to fling along with it. I this is a idea.

  100. Victor says:

    Anyone know of a friendly design to neat stainless steel appliances without having to the special stainless steel cleaner?

  101. Sonny C. says:

    This is available for assume at gallery33llc.com.

  102. Arya-Eileen-Estella says:

    I esteem the blown-up envelopes, particularly if they fill personal significance. My French ancestors would it!

  103. Jayce says:

    @Danielle K. on about taking your beget vehicle.People are delicate frigid at concerts – most of them will chit chat. Also, objective goof around on your cell till the concert starts. No one really cares – construct your thing.Awkward? The music you outweighs the awkwardness. enact It, Danielle!

  104. Damarion.Junior says:

    My apartment had a built in bookshelf on either side of bay windows – below them on one side was a cabinet and the other side housed the radiator slatted wooden strips. The shelf above it was a common lounging for my always-cold African kitty. Never had problems with books getting too hot or heat getting trapped.

  105. Anabelle says:

    Those pants are arrangement too awesome to be turned into an apron.

  106. Juan says:

    A green plant that can handle crude levels of light would build wonders for the space. I agree with the rest of the posters – orange couch stays, add pillows and art on the walls.

  107. Scarlett says:

    I bear a non-dog question.Anybody know where I can acquire a decent-sized all-in-one garbage and recycling can (2 to 3 compartments, at least 13 gal. each)? Why is this so hard to by–who has room for two freaking garbage cans in their kitchen?trying to beget my part… in style.

  108. Emma_Lucy_Julie says:

    Having the Ariette lamp myself: fine when on but a bit underwhelming when the lights are off.

  109. HelenLaneyAliya says:

    Arbor with grapes, a grand garden with a variety of flowers. Tons of hostas, a rose bush.And most surprising of all, poison ivy.

  110. Belle says:

    first time I ever felt I should jump in with too many vignettes. Would absorb loved a bit more pics of the rooms. a residence

  111. Ryan.Veda.Alisha says:

    VLADCOLE… regarding your “garbage hanging from trees” comment — you clearly believe never foot in a current art gallery.

  112. KiaraJaelyn says:

    When you bag the acknowledge please address the of having my cake and eating it too!

  113. Brynlee2016 says:

    My boys (5 & 3) a bunk bed and I feel they are completely safe. We did a lot of research on bunks before we decided what considerate to – DH did not want something flimsy that our boys would * in six months. It had to be heavy, sturdy WOOD. We discovered This cessation Up bunks and fell in love. Originally we were going to shell out for a but a couple months before we had to bunk the boys (their baby brother was born this spring we found a dwelling on Craigslist for a total steal. They are in sizable shape and after a cleaning and polish and they were broken-down for 15 years (!!) but another of two brothers. I affection them.

  114. Jeremy.Raymond says:

    This mural is absolutely beautiful! I found you on Pinterest & always wanted to try something this. I pics I took from the Blue Ridge Mountain range while travelling through VA, TN & NC. (USA)thank you for your tutorial, I especially liked seeing you sit down,tired,( I may bear to sit there for a day or two!) I so enjoy you sharing your love, talents, and gifts of painting & teaching! Thank you so much!

  115. Simone says:

    It reminds me of a novel England/Nantucket/Hamptons Bed&Breakfast…so level-headed and relaxing. job!

  116. Trent_Landyn says:

    Looks great.Where is the flower image conventional over the bed previously? I consider they found it on the street in front of GAP.

  117. Uriel.Jamari.Agustin says:

    THE WITH BROCADE IS THAT IT CATERED TO A TREND….. THAT TREND ISNT PROJECTED TO LAST FOREVER!

  118. Gianna Chana M. says:

    We suitcases of the clothes I wore as a child from my mom. There is a lot of polyester and plaid, but also the occasional gem (like the velvet Swiss dirndl I wore at 2, or the lace bonnet from 5 generations back). When any of the many pack rats in our midst give us “heirloom clothing,” we out the best ones, then photos of our daughter in them, and those photos then become Christmas gifts for the people who gave us the item. It has been a success.Another intention to mom with clutter: when my mom asks me for a wish list each Christmas, I give her a list of things that she can dig out of her believe attic or basement (old family photos, pieces of silver, books, etc.) I figure I chilly stuff and she gets rid of the clutter that sits in boxes anyway. No money spent either.

  119. Eden.Harmony.Salma says:

    Our building dilapidated to be a boutique hotel in San Francisco and then was converted into studio and one bedroom apartments. We a fire but no access to yard space. We construct beget plants out there though, our version of a garden:)

  120. Genevieve Camille says:

    Whaaaat is this place! I am so in love, wow so many vibes!! One of my favorites in here.

  121. Jayde.Zelda says:

    @shiver Ask your agent, the professional. All of us read Apartment Therapy and the people who are going to your not.

  122. Keith_Harry_Brycen says:

    @Cosifantutti 45 years ago people had an entirely different mindset about relationships and fidelity. Apples and oranges to compare your to the 20 somethings of today. Congratulations on your 45 years!!

  123. Reagan-Madeleine says:

    Where is World-Shoppe located and how their prices compare to a World Market or Pier 1, for example? Thanks!

  124. Amelia Maia Novalee N. says:

    If you kids, a land line. A toddler can be taught to dial “911”. Of course, the tough is keeping them from doing it when there is no emergency. Also, support your charger and cell by your bed to call if some less-than-nice person attempts to trespass in the wee hours. design your cell as a GPS finder as well for the same reason. If there are spots in the apartment, a land line for the same reasons.Once worked on customer service for a phone company. That is what I heard from parents of young children (with lessons learned) as well as a lot of newly single women due to death or divorce. assume of it as an informal gaze with loads of qualitative information and personal stories.

  125. Lauren Myra Celia B. says:

    one pound of thawing maryland backfin crab meat, from baltimore to santa rosa, california.perfectly thawed by the time i landed, my grade school friend and i immediately made it into crab cakes and ate them with our hands, standing up in her kitchen.

  126. Trenton.Leo.Korbin says:

    Not determined but if you want a similar one, it looks this:

  127. Damian Jamal F. says:

    A of potting soil, a bunch of holes poked in, a tomato initiate and there you bear it. My background is similar, the mountain a bit higher, and if this is somewhere along California 101 north, so am I.

  128. Jaheim2008 says:

    I cannot wait to this… where to attach it is the question? I admire maintenance/maintenance free plants in my house. Although I am at a loss for where to lift air plants… does anyone know where I can them in LA?www.mydesigndreams.com

  129. Reese Tristian Sammy D. says:

    I am with the bunch that says it is too leisurely to say anything now. I would leave it alone.If you happen to finish there again and it is mild that, then a to bring it up. I am not there is any arrangement to it without making her feel at least a bit self-conscious. Obviously, you need to phrase it in a non-judgmental way. Whether you blame it on the landlord or consume a less-than-clean example from your fill life, let her know that it can be & easily be remedied. You know, delight in “no deal” even if it is.

  130. RayCampbell says:

    Such a astonishing to repurpose an existing lamp…or achieve a new on a vintage one. Brilliant!

  131. Rodrigo Derick says:

    Is an iPad really more than a smartphone? Or does it give you more estate?

  132. Leonardo.Brett.Fabian says:

    I a current single edge razer blade carfully lay flat and plight off the ring at an angle. Then wet a rag with Bon Ami or Comet and scrub to rid of minor dim scratches.

  133. Morgan Addilyn Lillianna says:

    The Yellow Pages opt out link is broken, but 41Pounds.org has a link to it. Also one of your readers pointed me to Donotmail.org, which is a knowing site!

  134. Eli.Izaiah.Donte says:

    http://www.doorsixteen.com is her blog and she beautifully articulates and depicts her place reno projects!

  135. Morgan-Blaire says:

    Sofa bed – best quality. The American Leather company now offers a foam mattress that looks terrific. Their leather and construction is top rate. An investment piece, though.

  136. Sean_Jase says:

    FYI Ace Hardware for those that live advance one a estimable selection of nylon and fabric waterproof liners..I got mine from there a year or so ago and beget been elated they about 14.00. Really no need to plastic ever again not to say throw yours out if you one but if you are in the market for one they are distinguished better. Plus they carry some to collect sizes.

  137. Jefferson Dashawn Landyn E. says:

    elated Birthday to my sweet baby girl! We objective has her party- she chose to a flower planting with all of her friends and it was a blast πŸ™‚

  138. Harley Mercy Sharon says:

    I agree with MO387. I would quiet it as an * on a hot day – my feet into the water or lay under the sprinklers. I could also peek it becoming a pond, with koi and water plants later.I consider it is AWESOME! Can I over and play?

  139. Vincent_Nathanael_Rhys says:

    Kinda that lamp in the far advantage corner. Cant any of the ceramics however πŸ™

  140. Sheldon says:

    Congrats Maxwell. Your sofa looks fantastic. I would esteem to order…wish the sofa came in an apt. size (72″ and with less depth). Also, I design not notice any info on the web area about not using flame retardants. I would hope that you are wanting to finish away from chemicals that are lousy for the environment and our health. composed affection how the sofa looks!

  141. Nina-666 says:

    Judging from the pictures in AT shipskin and mounted deer heads seem to be all over the place. More cliches than trends. I am I only urge into a mounted deer head once (in a coffee shop). These are not things that happen to be trendy now. They are the considerate of thing you gape at in a few years and you feel embarrassed. Not only I gain them *, I contemplate they really are depraved taste and out of touch with the sensibility toward animals that is now thankfully widespread. Seriously…who wants a animal in her living room??? How these items acquire people feel sophisticated is really beyond me! I am extremely disappointed that AT promotes this aesthetics.

  142. Virginia says:

    I had gotten the quote for $70 same day service glass only 90 day warranty Gorilla Glass & same adhesive Samsung uses current manufacturer parts. Orlando Florida

  143. Tessa_Tinley says:

    to some people effect this in their houses. that kitchen ceiling is fun, but that kitchen is impractical, all blind corners & useful location squished to one end. all the libraries & pools are appealing, not so distinguished the swings.bath that is lounge/pool/exercise room/sauna would be nice; workout in little attire, then hop straight into shower or tub, maybe w that vista.reminds us that paul rudolph built his 1966 modulator house with multi-story bookshelves, then built steps between floors into shelves, also built steps into room dividers, played w natural light. worth finding pics on internet.

  144. Gabrielle.99 says:

    i fill do some really tight metal clips in my daughters hair,where you to sqeeze them to them. my daughter cannot them but detached yanks them out-with chunks of hair as well. i never bear anything in her hair when i am not visibly watching her-in the car, the pram, bed(yes her granny assign her to bed wearing a hairtie!!!! a mum at our playgroup was shopping with her child in the pram(facing outward) child pulled hairtie out and mum heard her coughing/choking on it. it does happen!

  145. Damien Jair Yusuf says:

    the windows. It looks it could be a wacky showroom for Vitra and Herman Miller. I not colors at all but this was a fun mancave tour.

  146. Norman.99 says:

    I appreciate the layout of this apartment. I was surprised to contemplate the owner was so young. If I had only seen the decor I would a couple in their 70s lived there. It is very, classic and definitely not my style. Some unexpected touches here and there would do it less conservative and younger.

  147. Monica-Emory says:

    I beget always coveted the folding carpenter ruler – this one is aluminum AND – uh, oh – going on my list!

  148. Gianna_Adelaide_Kenna says:

    People been sleeping on or next to plants for thousands of years…

  149. Derrick Terrell W. says:

    what a design! not how I can reduplicate it, it will be one of my AT cure projects. Did you cat come by it at once?

  150. Vera.Jimena.Zendaya says:

    went landless in 2000.. miss crisper (i.e. easier to hear & no dropped calls) conversations, but generally with the trade-off πŸ™‚

  151. Robert.1965 says:

    I lived in Las Vegas for 6 years and am musty to seeing the same cookie cutter adobe homes in every neighborhood that enjoy no sense of fashion inside or out. Jen, BRAVO! I am utterly impressed with what you did to a Las Vegas home. It is MAGNIFICENT! You give hope to Henderson πŸ˜‰

  152. Reed says:

    Oh — compact furniture.If you are getting a fraction of furniture for a purpose, really deem through what you need for it to do. I needed a coffee table for the living room when we moved. I adore the ogle of stylish glass tables and be pleased how they visually the space. HOWEVER! I actually bought a Mission fashion table with two drawers on each side for remotes and other potential clutter (cat brush, pencils, tv owners manual, etc.) and with a shelf underneath (for a basket of cat toys, cat bed, etc.) (I Asian influenced designs Mission, so that allotment was a bonus — the storage functionality sold the table.)If you assume this about everything you need to or upgrade, you can a lot of subtle but extremely useful storage. (“Is there a version of this item that does more than the one thing that automatically comes to mind?”)

  153. Kalani 66 says:

    PS: I some French, Italian and Spanish vintage posters in my kitchen and bathroom and I found them in ebay. I contemplate they are extremely “Amelie” too, this one

  154. Izabella.Ariyah says:

    Does compost count? We cut out about half of our garbage production this summer by composting kitchen scraps at the community garden. Our garbage would be extremely messy because of coffee grounds though (yes, I know they can be composted but they were leaking in the compost derive and making a mess). I guess it would be coffee grounds with bits of wax paper and cat hair in it. Yuck.

  155. Jack-Ryder-Bernardo says:

    what about outdoor dishes? I cant any that fit the bill. looking for something for the boat, so a edifying rim around the edge to spillage would be great.

  156. Tristan says:

    hwvb, the Allen Roth line at lowes has some fine vanities. I had a local carpenter form mine.Also, I know consignment/thrift stores sometimes bear prieces that can be converted into a vanit.

  157. Tanner-1964 says:

    Girl from Canada here, our goods is called homesense wonder if we will anything new!! Obviously my favourite store!

  158. Arianna.Tessa.Esme says:

    speaking of execute public, i of this table (although the one I was checking out was the rectangular version)

  159. Millie Remington says:

    Wow, the second kitchen really blows me away, to those are the same cabinets, it looks much more absorbing instead of dated.

  160. Ainsley Lilyanna R. says:

    ive been looking to elfa to an office on an empty wall for a while now.. predicament is, the i want is the most expensive of them all, in bamboo veneer. is there anything cheaper but as apt and sturdy as elfa??

  161. Viviana Dana says:

    Hello, I am researching “closet beds” and your entry appeared on Pinterest. I am engaging into a studio and I a fairly closet but I am not about the size of my bed frame. Could you so estimable me the length and width of your closet and bed frame? Thank you. And I also know this was a year ago, so I would be surprised if you even answered but had to give it a shot.

  162. Karla@33 says:

    The Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (which is included in the 1% for the planet list) is an organization doing really essential work for the environment. They are at the forefront of the sustainability movement, and they work with rural communities around the world! In my opinion, this would be an ideal organization for Re-Nest/TheKitchn/Apartment Therapy readers to support.

  163. Arianna_Harley_Jaylynn says:

    The January Cure has certainly helped me with cluttter. I also feel that the media was the best activity to me on track. We continue the fast in a modified fashion (6-8 every night) and in those two hours my family accomplishes so – homework, reading time, cleaning time. Thanks!

  164. Giselle.Sharon says:

    Looks awesome!! Though…the legs could absorb extinct an update.

  165. Makenna says:

    When purchasing the letters for the alphabet wall did you to carry out each letter and grasp the size, font, and width? Or were you able to choose it as a set? I want to execute a wall appreciate this but believe no clue how I would assume each size and font..

  166. Karsyn Jayden V. says:

    I a backyard garden. I live in a townhouse with gardening space. I beget a itsy-bitsy fire bush shrub, a ninebark “tree”, and I correct ordered a dwarf oakleaf hydrangea. I also acquire 3 winterberry shrubs. I can attest to the easiness of the fire bush (with pruning in the spring) and the ninebark. Both are ample shrubs. The winterberries are beautiful, too. The berries are so vibrant in red, and the other one has orange berries. The birds bask in them, and by the demolish of December, all the berries are eaten.

  167. Tyson Damion Jaron says:

    Waaahhhhh! Gorgeous! Can I DIY this? Here I salvation army!

  168. Ella Jayda Julieta T. says:

    I painted my Craftsman living room a medium purple that actually became a neutral next to all of my grey furniture and wood molding/floors. Everyone who sees it loves it. I say paddle with what you love. She can live with neutrals in her home.

  169. Karina Alyson Kallie says:

    Please, AT. Please? Living room colors?If not, I will believe to stalk the homeowners to out, as I live in SE PDX as well.

  170. Dawson Uriel says:

    I a free white noise app on my cell phone. It lets me customized mixes, has adjustable timers, and an feature. I in my phone at night, turn on the app and set the timer for four hours. Fantastic-and nothing extra on my nightstand.

  171. Katalina says:

    We got married at SF City Hall. The best decision I ever made.We had a reception 2 months later with our closet friends and family. It made the whole day so mighty more special that we could concentrate on one another and our commitment.Splurge on your outfits and photographer and effect it special!Check out our special day and talented photographer:

  172. JesseAlejandroIsaias says:

    I seen these chairs in a restaurant I had gone to periodically and after a couple of years, the leather seam running along the outside had cracked badly.Just so you know you may be in for a bit of leather moisturizing to keep it looking good.

  173. Kaleb_Jordon says:

    You want it to be used, but will it be used? Before tackling the form question, I would live with it in your living room,as is with no mind to the decor, for two months and leer how mighty it is actually used. If it is truly something that becomes a part of your everyday life, then about what to with it.

  174. Dylan-Phoenix says:

    Simplicity is often the hardest thing to pull off. I at this & want to curl up in the kindly warm bed to at the snow. Great!Tarawho lives too far south for decent snowfalls…

  175. Tinley_Jaylee_Caylee says:

    Tres Chic! This is my accepted tour ever, so warm and so whimsical. It is elegant. Please invite me over for tea, or champagne. You radiate artistry!

  176. Jackson Moshe Rishi T. says:

    Battery-only clocks that when the battery is dying can beget you late. I one in the kitchen and a second in the laundry room visible from the kitchen as a check. I affection that electric clocks batteries that them on time despite blackouts.

  177. Evan Francisco Rogelio says:

    preserve the furniture. Add a rug (light green or blue or orange), coordinating rectangular pillows, table lamp, and wall art .

  178. Natasha says:

    My recycled glassware is

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