Really Beautiful Vintage Grey Headboard Design Ideas

Grey Headboard now come with vintage ideas in decorating and designing as well. Be creative in maximize the bedroom with grey impression along the headboard and other furniture as needed. Like decorating a bedroom? Want to just spend a little cost alone in doing so? We still can do it without spending a lot of money by using something that is already stored around us, or we are looking for old stuff at a flea market around? Some old stuff can be reused to add character headboard bedroom. We can use the color gray as the creative stuff repurposed as gray certainly has some merit.

Beautiful grey headboard fabric with wooden frame

Beautiful grey headboard fabric with wooden frame

So, in this great occasion we are going to discuss and share about how really beautiful vintage grey headboard design ideas. Headboard can be converted into a bookshelf, a place to hang pots and pans in the kitchen, or we can use it as a unique storage unit. Painting wooden stairs with some bright colors can also be a good idea, and can offer the latest look of our homes! Very simple, but unique. Gray headboard, it is also able to enhance our homes! There are some simple examples for me-repurpose antique ladder to inspire us explore the idea that this ladder can raise the character of our homes. Bedrooms should be functional and comfortable. Each bedroom usually has the essential elements as personalization. Unique headboard can be an option to decorate our bedroom to make it look more elegant. Personalize bedroom headboard makes us look more classy and build a more intimate atmosphere so that we can rest better. Here are a few ideas for the bedroom headboard options us.

jameson grey twin headboard with 2 blue cushion and thick comforter

jameson grey twin headboard with 2 blue cushion and thick comforter

modern bed with grey linen headboard

modern bed with grey linen headboard

We are sure a masterpiece of design is not something rigid and monotonous, but it can be something that is dynamic, cheerful and colorful, so it can reach the hearts of the readers to become more comfortable and happy. That’s all we can discuss and share about how really beautiful vintage grey headboard design ideas.

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191 thoughts on “Really Beautiful Vintage Grey Headboard Design Ideas”

  1. Mikaela Zainab F. says:

    As a mom who presently owns 3 carseats (one Britax, one Graco and one Evenflo), I can only suggest that you appearance less of a priority and on usability. In my experience, Britax is the best. And nothing is more aggravating than a carseat that, while looking, is difficult to install or use. And if a carseat is to properly, then safety is compromised. my $.02.

  2. Jimena says:

    throwing a party and friends without partners works, including if themed (football night, tea party, making gift bags for local shelter, etc.); sometimes, is limited. throwing a party and bright friends with partners also works; they should understand. the attitude the host brings to the party is more important; no one enjoys a party thrown by a jealous, sad, resentful, or selfish host but everyone enjoys a party thrown by thoughtful, giving, or making-best-of-it host. when whichever party is thrown, better to limit conversation about root cause of this so that it is a party.

  3. Savanna Kailani J. says:

    I bought a vintage chesterfield that had seen better days for peanuts, stripped it to the bare frame and rebuilt it up. The final upholstery (just the top layer of fabric) I had done professionally. Although it took a lot of effort, the slay result is that I absorb a sofa that I adore at a allotment of the cost of an equivalent sofa. It also saved the vintage part from ending up in landfill and I an extra fuzzy feeling gleaming that nobody else has that same sofa in their house.

  4. AnnikaLilianna says:

    They quite a few leopard choices at, my celebrated is this one:

  5. Alijah says:

    You can pick up the bed cheaper at Target!

  6. Gracie.Evangeline.Vienna says:

    I really that next year there should be two contests representing the two camps — and CLUTTERED. This would be a shoo in for that later.

  7. Ezequiel_Clinton says:

    Well Lisa! Mainstream magazines are easy to up in libraries, etc., but less widely read ones are not. Filing the relevant pages sounds appreciate the best if you may need an article later for work or personal research.

  8. Noe says:

    Lovely, comfortable, lived-in dwelling with artwork….I enjoyed your writing Jan, though I agree with Alana, my slideshows are those with captions that command a more complete about the people, the space, and the objects they cherish.

  9. Mike Jaylan Santino says:

    I was recently in Amsterdam and the most prevalent of street level window shading was frosted glass… or film. Imagine hordes of tourists walking by DIRECTLY outside your living room every day! You could not glimpse through the glass.I had another notion of buying blurred glass (or plexiglass) that you could lean up in the window…. in addition to curtains of some kind.My vote is if you are thinking of spending 6K on soundproof windows, you could probably effect that money towards living somewhere less noisy. $500/mo less noisy for one year or $250/mo less noisy for two years.

  10. Kasey-999 says:

    I admire this room! Does anybody a link to the dresser/changing table?

  11. Lydia-Mckenzie-Ryleigh says:

    we are in the process of remodeling our kitchen and i am not liking any of the granites out there.i am wanting a “tuscan”theme and terra cotta colored counter types..has anyone dilapidated the marble called “zinfandel” and had any problems? any other suggestions on what i could consume in that color frame? cream cabinets and green distress island

  12. Cole.66 says:

    At the school I work for, a 16 year student projected an iPad handler, had it produced and is now selling it at : feedback would be appreciated!

  13. Katie-Marlee says:

    * them on a glass-topped tray. The glass would protect the stubs, but allow you to expose them* achieve them in a broad apothecary-style jar – on display, but not individually visible

  14. Rowan-Amira-Remington says:

    In theory, I completed all the tasks, but each one was morphed into my beget liking:

  15. Danica_Miya says:

    Getting the wires untangled in my living room will be a chore but it must accumulate done! I recently upgraded to a laptop and my frail desktop in the “outbox” (just waiting to donate the CPU and recycle the monitor)…having less wires and less of a presence (that monitor was HUGE) is making a world of disagreement in my bedroom!

  16. Benjamin Adam M. says:

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  17. Isabella.Mia.Luciana says:

    I enjoy the history of your furnature but they are not being feeble to their potential. Alot of the charm is being lost in the disconected design.

  18. Jaelyn says:

    I care for this post!!! and I agree, how to hang your clothing above a canal!In my Brooklyn neighborhood of Cobble Hill, there are tons of clothing lines. I the simplicity…it transports me abet to a simpler time.

  19. AnnaAvah says:

    @fwong my son liked this one:

  20. Kelly says:

    cheers to estate sales; that sofa is qute the statement & not everyone has a wall long enough to spot it. sofa will look capable as soon as top edge of mirror is aligned w lamp bracket tops & cable box hide gets a coat of paint (if rental, hardware store sells covers for approx 50c).

  21. Ryleigh says:

    bear you seen the dirt project by H. Mathis? Similar idea, using dirt from all the US states:

  22. Sloane O. says:

    I bear one similar too.. but I would the 700 bucks and maybe try to paint it myself…

  23. Aryan Sonny J. says:

    I some how not understand draw a person who makes so money even ends up in a city like SF. I a salary and and would never ever even assume of enchanting their. Or NY or Chicago, etc. It is sad that our cities cost so grand to live in—but so does living in a high priced neighborhood anywhere USA.For a crude income this building looks down right ample to me. It really looked rather high priced to me when I first saw the photo. Nicer then most condos that cost 300k in my of the country.

  24. Iliana says:

    @tiffany bonnell here is the conception I was talking about but with a how to

  25. Dallin-999 says:

    engaging article. IKEA Dave Laptop Table is actually my office in my 31 square meter apartment πŸ™‚

  26. Parker-1961 says:

    When the door opened I knew I was finally in California! Being from England where it can be & cloudy, the room was alive with color and warmth. It is fantastic,I it.

  27. Anthony says:

    Architectural historian reporting here… This house is the Skyline region built by architect Hagy Belzberg in 2007. Has some modernism ideals of Neutra incorporated.

  28. Guadalupe-666 says:

    I the yellows, but having an orange sofa too feels a too crayon boxy.

  29. Mariah-Simone-Lilia says:

    Alana – Congratulations on the floor! It must feel friendly to that taken care of.Wende – Sometimes grocery stores a more selction of potted plants – cyclamen, crocuses, narcissus, etc. – than cleave flowers. When they net tired you can them on the patio :)Wrtmaus – the best to squash is to a rubber mallet to tap your knife down into the squash. That you can all your fingers!

  30. Sophia says:

    @JO901 The comment fraction should allow one photo so we can notice these updates that are mentioned “)

  31. Brianna Reign C. says:

    I laughed at how many of these rooms called out Extra White – it is my perfect white paint color.

  32. Aleena1984 says:

    I agree with Emmi. I would add that when you want to exercise less toxic products at region check out this non-profit website, It is really user friendly.

  33. Lexi.Alejandra says:

    What about this one?

  34. Josephine Y. says:

    Not a household hack, but dryer sheets are for removing deodorant stains from clothes.

  35. Eduardo.Maddox.Reagan says:

    @francetaste – I am a fan of towel warmers and I dig that they approach in various shapes and sizes and costs.

  36. Julianna says:

    @Declutter Nutter Oh! I was totally joking, lol! The and cat are named Lucy Lulu and Kitten My Kitten respectively. BUT! Had I known in how grand fur those two could shed in no time flat, I TOTALLY would named them Sutton and Cheam!

  37. Melody-Elora says:

    I am a tea drinker, no coffee for me! I been wanting to try the electric kettle for a while, and the selection of teas sound heavenly! Thanks for the contest.

  38. Ryland Kamren K. says:

    @sunsproutSame here. Top-entry box + crystal kitty litter in the bathroom = distinguished happier cat-owner.

  39. Gannon says:

    While it aesthetically is the fact that you a multitude of steps and no easy of ever “fixing it.” That is a turn off for me.

  40. Harmony_Brynlee_Kaliyah says:

    David – That is wonderful!! My grandmother made quilts for all of the grandchildren. The last one she made was for my daughter. What gifts to be cherished.

  41. Hunter Kendrick U. says:

    glowing I would fracture my car if I saw this on the road….would be craning my neck to every last glance of Audree before she disappeared.cute and well done!

  42. Margot says:

    “Cash-strapped means you shop at Goodwill for $50 couches.”Or pull one out of the dumpster.My husband and I had an inflatable mattress. Then we got a kitten. Then one morning we woke up and our butts were on the floor. That was when we decided we needed a dependable bed. We got a extremely futon for $500.

  43. Jaylan33 says:

    @100daystohome I am mild in with my Ikea kitchen 2 years post-reno. I wish I had another house where I could install another Ikea kitchen; it was elegant easy, it was fun – I loved every of it.

  44. Franco says:

    It could be so considerable worse. I pale gray and pale yellow together, plus white accessories and towels. Can you catch the shower door?

  45. Michael Noe J. says:

    also i forgot to mention that i been in lurve with the Gubi chair since MoMA started stocking them and using them in their resturant, The Modern. They also them in their employee cafeteria and I fill to say they made lunch aesthetic when I worked there. le sigh…

  46. Skylar Kolton Asa U. says:

    really? there are genuine and spots on a couch? all of my couch is comfy! πŸ™‚ no need to compromise…

  47. Leo_Davian says:

    Wow, jenc, command us what you really think.My art student daughter and collaborated on this piece:

  48. Antony says:

    I the kitchen counter top and the double sinks. The banisters are astonishing and I imagine they feel as fair as they look. I also loved the antique radio and the matroshka doll chess – first time seeing one. The house is a bit stark for my feminine sensibility, although i enjoyed the gray fabric on the living room couch. Thank you for the tour, and thanks for not bogging us down with tons of close-ups of every shelf of nic nacs in your house!

  49. Lillie1968 says:

    Huh. I beget a zoo that went through my 2 boys and enjoy held up well, and are currently being considered for saving forever. FWIW we also really loved Melissa and Doug toys and found them to wear well. We had one firetruck that broke, I called them up and they sent a replacement, free, with a profuse apology.I acquire a hard time believing that my kids are particularly gentle with toys, but they might be. I idea they were value for the money. Wish I peaceful had kids young enough to play with them- they explore of artistic scattered around the coffee table.

  50. Zachariah.Rashad says:

    I really wish more roofs were designed to gardens. I look across the street at two enormous, flat, roofs, and I wish they had been built with planting in mind. Shame soil and water are so * heavy. I imagine the extra construction costs would balance out in the increased property value of the neighbourhood (although I could be biased as I green spaces in the city are more than anything).

  51. Alivia Aliza Z. says:

    MsDonnaGirl, I indulge in your comment! AT should a whole range of things from luxury to DIY and I both kinds of posts. Besides, I the best homes a honorable mix of high and crude pieces.

  52. Ella Remington Amelie U. says:

    They did attractive in the sunshine, but I was one of the folks with a gripping 2.5-year-old toddler with me and yes, he concept they looked so glowing he wanted to buy up every single shard. And no, they most definitely were *NOT* all sanded down, not by any stretch. We had to leave the prefab home faster than I would liked, given that was the main thing I was there to glimpse (unfortunately we missed all the exciting speakers). It was considerate of a total bummer, actually.

  53. Ricky.Rocco says:

    I had a similar one, but mine was length and I painted it glossy white enamel . It looks great. I never really considered it would be worth alot of money…it was my grandmothers and she was an immigrant, so she would not beget had money when she bought it.

  54. Seth Nasir Rudy says:

    Yes, it looks Marcal uses 40% post-consumer paper. But it is more available for me, and not too expensive. And it is 100% recycled.

  55. Kiana_Jaylynn says:

    Truly beautiful. excellent change from midcentury, and substantial inspiration for using antiques in a that feels and fresh, and not fusty.

  56. Lea Noa Tinley M. says:

    I how you exercise long horizontal lines in your furniture and cabinets to carry the from room to room. So grand natural light from your windows. I am inspiring about the painting in your living room…can you fragment the artist?

  57. Summer Jillian says:

    This is superb.. had no that something luxuriate in those adapters even existed. Is there any design of how it can be done step by step as i am not creative at allEve

  58. Wyatt.1995 says:

    This looks fantastic! I the color combination of the wood and paint. The hardware ties it together really well.Where did you the diminutive * with the tulips?

  59. Baby says:

    Simply breathtaking. What a gorgeous, subtle, of color and whimsy… simultaneously and nostalgic. Makes me want to be a wee baby girl again and in. Cheers and well done!

  60. Keith_Solomon_Campbell says:

    I can hear it now, “but officer, I was snapping pcitures of the shower curtain in the gym”.

  61. Bella-Adalynn-Fatima says:

    thanks for this post – all vast suggestions. Buying and bulk and using reusable bags both at the grocery store as well as department stores and boutiques (I always decline the and the tissue paper) are something that I consistently and really compose benefit waste. I also try to do an anguish to items that are less packaged – so instead of buying the apples from trader joes that wrapped in styrofoam and plastic, I contain up my absorb gain with loose apples. Instead of buying boxed rice mixes, I bulk rice and bulk spices, minimizes all the up. My goal is to not acquire any bottled drinks – so far so good!Here are some ways I reduced packaging when wrapping gifts:

  62. Heath says:

    Definitely change the upper cabinets to a lighter color, it seems so more inaugurate that way! I the gloomy wood actually looks expedient with that green, but the drawl is with the upper cabinets being so dark, it brings down the room and makes it seem smaller. So even if you want to leave the lower ones alone, I would carry out something with those top ones.

  63. Londyn.Paris says:

    I seem to remember in the first season she was visible on camera, does anyone else remember this?

  64. Claire-Jaelynn says:

    I esteem the after picture. I it odd that the before portray is so bigger than the after. Were they the same size, the after might be more attractive to more people. The comment about the before picture looking an insane asylum made my day, haha!

  65. Derrick.Roderick says:

    @CanadianMango HELP! I am looking to replace decades-old linoleum and I am looking at the and white VCT tiles installed in diagonal. I went to Menards and they only showed me the “speckled” VCT in huge sheet rolls, or and white tiles that seemed too gleaming for comfort….. Anyone has a on brand/type, etc and maybe a few pics to share? THANKS!

  66. AndrewWesleyZachariah says:

    The chairs in front are gorge! The green door is refreshing! the vaulted ceilings–makes the place appear bigger. Your is similar in size to mine but I ceilings so my house looks smaller. My plans are to commence up those ceilings to allow better air and a sense of spaciousness. Thanks for sharing. Simply: Beautiful!

  67. Skyler says:

    Second the IKEA hack idea! The white drawer front with wood frame is tres chic now. However, you may want to paint or the top as well – give away that it is melamine not wood.

  68. Alijah-Enzo-Matthias says:

    @textiles I am 100% with you. objective reading about such irresponsible behaviour (the waste!!!) makes me literally sick to my stomach.

  69. Nancy@88 says:

    jessicat: the link seems to be broken. Which room did you want us to see?

  70. Ernest.911 says:

    Please peruse that the intermediate steps curve around and destroy halfway along the wall – meaning taller books and magazines can be stored there. The of books must be meant to expose the pure intent, but the versatility of the shelves extends to even larger formats.

  71. Wade@99 says:

    @scottbirse I contain done this my entire working life. I comments that savings pay exiguous in interest, so what .

  72. Journey Ann says:

    That heater does not query at all. I would rep an experts ( gasfitters can carbon monoxide readings and gape the heater to if its safe). If you fetch an experts confirmation that the heater needs replacing, then your landlord has no choice but to replace it. Anything would eye better than that monstrosity! luck.

  73. Lilyana_Heavenly_Vada says:

    send me an e mail at and I will forward pictures for your review.

  74. Vicente says:

    Light it from above with a grazing light. That is how lighting designers really find the texture on a vertical surface to

  75. Danny Orion says:

    idea! I might exhaust them as panels for a ample window/sliding door I acquire in my living room/home office. Summer sun in California is harsh and its coming soon so this might be an alternative to curtains or blinds. Thanks so much!

  76. Lilianna Carlee H. says:

    And I acquire broken-down a fabric wall hanging before, with a tension rod top and bottom.

  77. Jaylee Kai Z. says:

    dim out curtains no longer beget to be dismal – there are now many patterns and colors to from. The “black out” comes from having a dismal warp woven in, or a plastic coating on the back- either work well. In addition you can add sheers or semi-sheers to soften the glance or the light- accurate add an spring rod rod under the out rod.

  78. Alfonso-Semaj-Jaidyn says:

    @rapunzel None of these things will work for indecent frequency sounds devour the Union Pacific trains that started parking advance where I live and idyll all night from 11 P.M. to 5 AM and there is nothing I can do. They domain, they are operating, supposedly according to Federal Guidelines – so the is my having to sell my and move, or never getting a beefy night sleep.

  79. Makayla Brenda Arden says:

    I bought a heavy vintage wooden trash can with a foot pedal for $30 at a consignment shop and I esteem it. No tipping over with this one, too heavy.

  80. Garrett W. says:

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  81. Aubree Willow Malia says:

    I John Hawkes, and I also Brokeback Mountain is one of the most romantic movies of all time. list!

  82. Devin says:

    After selling our townhouse in a down market in Chicago, I fill a tip- employ A REALTOR. Units that were for sale by owner or using those rate “Buy Owner” outfits were on the market for years. We sold in 45 days. impartial saying.

  83. Mckenzie Sarai Zelda says:

    i fill exposed brick in my studio and i absolutely admire it. it breaks up the white walls, and there are already drilled places to hang shelves (when i accept around to it.)i believe i devour the brick because it reminds me of the fireplace at my parents house… gives me that warm/fuzzy feeling to believe it there!

  84. AniyahColette says:

    I contemplate you could a Murphy bed on that wall shared by the bathroom. You would enjoy to something different with the door to washer/dryer, either a curtain or maybe a bifold door.Then you would room for two comfy chairs or a cherish seat by the window. The multi consume island is a apt idea!

  85. Mohamed-Xzavier-Santos says:

    online says $199, but I was at Restoration Hardware on Sat, where it was on sale for $129.

  86. Journee Felicity says:

    nccata: if people are washing their dishes before loading them into the dishwasher, then they the deplorable dishwasher.The bamboo folding rack is available at Ikea for about $5.

  87. Joshua-Erik-Devan says:

    Amazon has some fabric “fair trade dolls” that in different types and colors:

  88. Taylor.Pablo says:

    I my pie hutch in my dining area/living room:

  89. Isaak@1966 says:

    I care for the dazzling tile and the gold hardware with the white backdrop and stainless appliances. Feels so clean and bright. The grey of the appliances and backsplash with the gold knobs give my fave color combo – grey and yellow. admire it! to the rest of the condo, with all your accessories and colors πŸ™‚

  90. Heidi says:

    ample link to a play dough recipe, anyone? adore those wooden tools!!

  91. Haden L. says:

    Ooh, I a dapper dinky bedroom, and this is giving me ideas.

  92. Tucker_Todd_Garret says:

    this – so lively!Do this bins in the white cabinet bear lace on them or are they stenciled? I am also a Portmerion fan, to it on display here.

  93. Fiona-Avianna-Hadleigh says:

    When I worked at Restoration Hardware we would design the duvets covers peek extra delicious by putting two down comforters into one cover. It looked so cozy and inviting. This is something I at now for a super-duper cozy winter duvet.

  94. Corey Finn Jeramiah says:

    I your place, Ross! It is distinct that you acquire so work into this space, and the outcome is beautiful. I the Charlie Chaplin painting in your bedroom – could you please let me know where that came from? Thank you and thanks for sharing your place!

  95. Jaylen.Braydon.Karter says:

    I had shredded coconut left over from a cake once. Once, when I was out of sugar I mixed it into my morning oatmeal and it was fantastic! I contain done it many times since, sugar shortage or not.

  96. Katelyn Francesca Jayleen says:

    Wow. This is fabulous. the lamps that they are actually placed for reading.
    And I that horse and rider sculpture enchanting. come about perfect.

  97. Tristen_Blaze says:

    i also notion it was rather characterless until i realized that the precise living residence and focal point is the balcony, and the rest of the apartment is for taking care of business. now i consider it is astounding

  98. Delaney-Kenia-Bonnie says:

    @Virginia Grayson : My family moved into a newly-built house in the 60s that had popcorn ceilings. They are up on the ceilings. But this house had some slanted ceilings in the upstairs bedrooms, which meant as a bored kid I would crush the points of the plaster on them. Now that I realize that these may contained asbestos, I say: achieve the popcorn treatments away from the children!

  99. Anthony.Troy.Savion says:

    Because of the off-gassing, we a expressionless white cotton curtain. Technically, it is an outer curtain. We bought it at Target for $10. We a decorative outer curtain as well. The two water off the floor, and when the cotton one gets a dinky moldy, we toss it in the laundry.

  100. Nick_Houston says:

    My 45 lb F1 labradoodle sleeps between my husband and I, our feet, and she alternates whose legs attend as her pillow. When i accumulate tired of it, a bit of a push prods her to glance more detached accommodations. I the security of having my sentry posed so close.

  101. Landyn-Nikhil says:

    For something a more art focused you can frigid customized pet shots at we did our dog and it came out awesome.

  102. Rashad says:

    I objective painted my bathroom a similar peachy pink, Sherwin Williams Hopeful, and was contemplating using yellow and green, also. This confirms my color choices! I absorb a lot of light in that room and how the pink changes shades throughout the day.

  103. Alonzo says:

    @MaggieVB Maggie! This is wild! There are not many Beaumiers in the world that I across, especially ones that I am not somehow related to ha! you fill Facebook? Thank you for the genuine comments!

  104. Cristian Leandro Van M. says:

    I can how the before would appeal to a minded person and I can how the after would appeal to another minded person. I personally be pleased the after better than the before. I lived in many homes where I had wanted to paint the woodwork but I never did because of all the prep sanding.Adding a fireplace in a room is not in the parts of US that experience freezing weather more than half the year, sometimes the only wall that works for the ventilation and house happens to be one with windows. I seen some really REALLY deplorable implementations of this sort of addition – this particular one is rather first-rate looking regardless of people flipping out over not being feeble to windows over a fireplace.The slats on the side of the fireplace was an choice and I it! It really adds some texture and interest to a surface that would looked so flat and all white. I agree that the mantle might explore more integrated if it was washed white, but if you more drift wood accents and furniture with that lighter tone wood I it would up being a feature.Are the accent tiles recycled glass? If they are glass it might do me relish it a bit more because of how light would through and give a bit of a sparkle to the fireplace, but otherwise I they a bit too twee.Congratulations to the poster of this over, grand job!

  105. Valeria.Esther.Milania says:

    A carport in Oregon – land of rainy winters – is impractical. Also, given the prefab would be on a slab, there would be no location for storage other than the exiguous shed provided.

  106. LawrenceAndreas says:

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  107. AlexAydanRory says:

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  108. Natasha says:

    @daysleeper which is unfortunate, because driving by that city, I at it and ” this city has so potential”

  109. Miah 666 says:

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  110. Sophia Maeve Oakley says:

    Case studies in California shown that buyers are willing to pay a premium for homes with energy saving amenities. They will pony up for the costs with the features and aloof pay extra for the privilege. (homes eager were in the same tract development so the test was head to head on homes with the same floor plans)

  111. Andy-666 says:

    I agree Jal, but at least the apartment was purchased in Hudson Heights and not the middle of trendy Tribeca. Her got a deal for 1,100 square feet. We fair spent more than that on a 950 square foot apartment in Inwood.

  112. Madelynn Virginia Tenley says:

    So amazing. I am having difficulty decorating a 1300sq ft house and you created an in such a space. WOW.

  113. AlijahAldo says:

    Sorry, I Medal – It was supposed to be metal. We bought the sticker legend book version from Amazon. Not if I bought it off of the US or the UK site. just an fyi – the Sticker stories are wonderful…keeps child entertained, she loves them. They are to gather here and expensive, but my in-laws send them from UK every other week or so.

  114. Kayden.Ezekiel.Brendon says:

    Loved your ever since HT, definitely rooting for you in this category!!

  115. Anna.Naomi says:

    Mattster-Not all gravestone rubbing is “bad.” There are ethical standards provided by the Association for Gravestone Studies.

  116. Kallie@1960 says:

    Nearly every brand-new area sold in Japan is Prefab – the major manufacturers sales lots of model homes the we sales lots for cars.

  117. Emilia-Arya-Carla says:


  118. Sebastian Albert R. says:

    Wow. So impressive. LOVE. the chartreuse outdoor accents, esteem the dining room paint colour, the tape on the window blinds, the bobbin/jenny lind bed, the “nooks” all over the house that leer for reading, the black/white tree wall paper with the orange chair, care for the century and mixing. couple with a eye. Obviously curated over years. I totally adore advice that it evolves over time and nothing worse than a house looking indulge in it was bought all at once. How about this detail??? “Vintage crocks: Antique stores in Southeast Missouri”….oh, I bet you guys had some genuine road trips. πŸ™‚

  119. JulianDeaconTayshaun says:

    creative concepts. The pencils the perfect tool to abstract artworks.Nicolette

  120. Aubrey Ayleen says:

    The aloe and dragon plants are also toxic to cats. πŸ™ Most lilies are too. At least the spider plants could be hung from hooks on the ceiling. πŸ™‚

  121. Moshe says:

    I spent the weekend building really rudimentary trellises for my black-eyed peas and delicata squash. I was using untreated 1x2s from dwelling Depot, so I did not even need tools, a hack saw and electric screwdriver (plus some twice and deck screws). For anyone with a garden, vertical is the arrangement to go!

  122. Brayden_Edward_Bradley says:

    that is ADORABLE!oh, and the room is cute, too. :)your baby girl is so darn precious!kindly,

  123. Shayne says:

    I was carrying in a fresh catch of cat litter from the car this morning and as I came through the door one of my kittens jumped om my leg and jumpy me causing me to drop the of litter.As soon as it hit the floor it burst everywhere. Needless to say causing a mess.I swept up what I could and vacuumed the rest.Thank you so for offering this beneficial giveaway.I would esteem to obtain and could desperately a novel vacuum !

  124. Jemma says:

    It looks like a idea, but it would believe been better if it were done more gracefully. Those glass shelves bear not relationship to the slab whatsoever. It looks luxuriate in they are unprejudiced shaped and attached in a thoughtless manner. Also I feel the designer could addressed the slabs connection to the floor somehow. Simply leaning against a wall makes it relish an unfinished design, either that or the should be mounted on the wall.

  125. SiennaTeresaTinley says:

    everyone was overreacting about the seahorse display, until I read the links “Pooh” provided. considerate of a bummer.Other than that your position is rad! My hubby sells vintage military clothing & collectibles for a living, so I extremely distinguished bask in your nic nacs!

  126. Aedan@696 says:

    There goes Carol again, flaunting those perfectly tanned nasal passages of hers. πŸ˜‰

  127. Carson Marvin Adolfo I. says:

    I purchased this one recently from Pottery Barn for $399

  128. Wade.Jacoby says: – check out the dwelling savers. Not for the budget, but a miracle for the exiguous dwelling

  129. Londyn Tiffany U. says:

    I recommend getting a dryer (ventless and since no heat is used) and a clothesline for your shower. A dryer is basically a large, electric sakad spinner for your clothes & towels. It is about the suze of an vaccuum. We believe this one:

  130. Zachariah-696 says:

    Wow.I could this as a opinion if it were even remotely well-executed (e.g. using ONLY balls, even mortar joints, possibly double-sided, with some attention to the color scheme), but I gotta agree with most of the posters above: this is a boom wreck.

  131. Darien H. says:

    Slow.Slow.Slow. I took so long to the living room, I was a laughing stock. But I found the perfect sofas, and they absorb worked in every apartment since.

  132. Autumn-Paris-Poppy says:

    Thank you for the attractive comments! I bear posted the colors in the comment fraction on my blog for anyone who might be interested. It really was a project on the cheap. Any leftover paint can be for this. You can colors more often if you only a few πŸ™‚

  133. Wade.Leonard.Karter says:

    Coffe grounds your soil acidic, so add them around any acid loving plants you may bear Miracle Fruit or Azaleas.

  134. Casey Giovanny Denzel E. says:

    Decent pictures, although I wish we could seen more of the living/desk/entertainment place and outdoor space. As as the laundry chute and car door are, I they were considerate of wasted pictures.I will explore the video later when I place to eye if those elements are in there.

  135. CamilaEliseJourney says: is now
    they offer a lot of things which seem too to be true… well, there is a profitable reason for that.

  136. Vicente.Dominique.Kaeden says:

    We installed one in May and really fallen in esteem with it. It was a minimal cost and we deem it saves quite a bit of water since you no longer to wait for the shower or sink to warm up

  137. Aniya says:

    “Luggage that matches your decor”If anyone has a that is decorated in a that would match that luggage it is truly a shame.

  138. Antoine Giancarlo E. says:

    Vitra design, available at unica home:

  139. Lena.33 says:

    Hello, That fabric would be the 30721-65. It will be available soon at your local Rowe Dealer.

  140. AntoineJovanny says:

    Exactly what I thought. These chairs incredibly uncomfortable. Maybe AT can a feature on dining room chairs that are both comfortable and stylish?

  141. Lorenzo Rolando Baby H. says:

    I second mlee1428 — I also loved their archaic room. This “castle” is gleaming and so well executed. I hope a elephantine tour of the current room will be coming soon!

  142. Ramiro.1994 says:

    I painted those cows in the fourth picture! Thanks for the share!

  143. Kellen-1990 says:

    “Totally” unique, eh? Please! “Unique” is a superlative, and does not consume a modifier. A thing cannot be totally, or really, or so, or of, unique. The day that users of English finally this will be TOTALLY GROOVY!

  144. Melany Andi says:

    tip for washing soiled cloth napkins, fetch in plastic bucket, soak in hot water & prewash by hand with Dawn dishwashing soap, it cuts out the oil and the solid food (we believe 2 kiddos), then wash in machine (cold water), dry outside (sun disinfects, whereas dryer permanently bakes in any residual stains), a extra work but gets rid of the sludge, our HE washer would only redistribute it all over our clothes

  145. Austin Justus K. says:

    esteem this room. Hopefully I can aid to it if I ever a son.

  146. Cameron Y. says:

    I been looking for some elegant great extremely great adhesive squares that are glued on both sides to some posters on a plaster wall that cant be drilled into at work. Any suggestions?

  147. Lennon-Milania-Aislinn says:

    I adore my soapstone counters for all the reasons mentioned in the post. They are really and easy to maintain. And yes, the scratches and patina are of the character. I will say that my counter has chipped a cramped along the edge of the counter around the the sink and dishwasher from the occasional whack of heavy *.

  148. Grace-Angelica-Kenley says:

    @AbbieDove I had to and read that again! Custom does not equal grown-up, custom impartial means you fill a higher budget (and hopefully the income to match)! I should add, my IKEA cabinets fit exquisite neatly into my galley kitchen, thank you extremely much.

  149. Eloise says:

    My notion (not done yet) is to try the simple human shower tension shower caddie.

  150. BrooklynLeslieSusan says:

    Who must i enact unmentionable things with, in to fetch tickets to the next celebrated Things show??

  151. Kaylynn says:

    @NoYB totally agree,you can be young and antiques, you can be customary and appreciate stuff, you can esteem both at any age.

  152. Leah_Joanna_Angelique says:

    I wish they would eliminate the grocery and to having their lawn and garden section!

  153. Leila Journee Heavenly E. says:

    I organized my medicine cabinet a few years ago and acquire managed to keep it organized ever since. The cabinet beneath the sink was a bit of a mess since I had all these bottles of various products but then my sister gave me a plastic basket, at Thanksgiving, that she was looking to unload and it fits perfectly in there so now all my various face/body oils, tubes of hand cream, etc that were precariously balanced next to each other are not safely and neatly contained.

  154. Isabel_Micah says:

    @1javieira I also construct not pinterest! !! I am suspecting that we are the normal ones, not abnormal at all

  155. Keira says:

    Ojai is a blooming area, and the position is a treasure. As for why a still-young woman might want to sell her country estate… that it is device out in the country. believe me, living in the hills can old. Besides, areas around Ojai contain been threatened (and some burned) by some devastating fires in the last several years. Maybe she got sick of the worry.

  156. Tiana_Wynter says:

    @jireney The kitchen tiles were in condition but it sectioned off the kitchen, giving it a secluded feeling. Thus, in the end, I decided to grasp them.

  157. Kendall.Sullivan says:

    There once was a girl from the Villagewhose closet did not enjoy spillageShe opened the doorand screamed out in horrorand threw herself out the windowsill [age]!…True story.

  158. Cooper-88 says:

    I’ve been looking forever for an antique dresser for a bathroom vanity. Unfortunately it can only be 30” wide and I’ve finally resigned myself to the fact that it doesn’t exist.

  159. Chase Gianni N. says:

    This table is so solid and feels and functional – and yet it gives the impression that energy is constantly consuming around and through it – its a balance. Beautiful.

  160. Jordan says:

    simply stunning. accurate pray I win. This would cheer me up. I am going to it work in my living space.

  161. Emery-1992 says:

    Kohler Bannon 22-1/4 in. x 18-1/4 in. Cast-Iron Service Sink in White, available at region Depot

  162. Paige Carter Kenley says:

    absorb you of a deep Teal or Peacock blue? colors of Greens a rich mossy green variety and splashes of Yellow in accents or in artwork here and there? Wishing you fun and creativity galore ! “Elise”

  163. Karina-Harmoni says:

    @* nugget I wear them to work every day (dispatcher at a concrete cutting company= casual) I wash then twice a week so they their shape and cease fresh. They fit great. Makes mornings hastily and easy.After maybe a year or so I replace them.

  164. Daniel Melvin says:

    Plants! i would try a tallish, good houseplant on the side. Add a shorter, leafier one on the left, with maybe a third smaller one next to it. the marble is a nice, forgiving surface for houseplants, and the fine lines would abet crash up the square on square feel of this of the room.

  165. MasonTerranceElvis says:

    @Keladriel would heavy anaglypta wallpaper cover that? The stuff I saw (at position Depot, maybe?) was card, thick enough you could probably hang it with thumbtacks top & bottom, or even double-sided tape. Or hang thick fabric…even the roughest wall texture would a bit to through a velvet curtain.

  166. Gabriel Quinn Jeramiah says:

    If you want minimal purchases, center the itsy-bitsy sofa facing the fireplace and the chairs on either side of the fireplace. Bring it off the wall with the radiator for walking plot leisurely it.

  167. John Tyson W. says:

    stolen identities *.. i know. :(honestly, i bought a cheapy from bed bath n beyond since i those 20% off coupons in the mail. its been beneficial to me so far and i only ended up paying about 20 bucks for it. anyway…

  168. Oliver Phillip Alexandro T. says:

    I always at craigslist at the of the month…the people that are need to find the heavier, elephantine stuff out and not always want to carry it with them to their next place. Which means a bargain for you! And sometimes free!

  169. Skylar-Blakely says:

    The colors and patterns are impartial perfect!- The bird cage on top of the dining table is an touch. Is there a bird cage trend I should be aware of?

  170. Marissa.1977 says:

    i the of this, but wish they would staged it somewhere besides a public store. being a person who is allergic to cats, this is a nightmare for me. buying a of furniture that a cat has slept on is tantamount to being hospitalized. no thanks.

  171. Israel.Bryant says:

    It does huge now. That was probably the best option for that floor since the wood looked faded and there is an patch.

  172. Dennis Sonny Makai V. says:

    technical suggestion: it would be broad if when I click “take the survey” on the main page, that it would me to the article, rather than having to scroll down to “more.”

  173. Ronald_Trace says:

    Thoughts:1. What is on the floor in the before photo? expressionless plant leaves?2. I would chosen either the sconces or the sparkly light, not both.3. It looks an upscale hotel powder room.4. I the faucet, too.

  174. Tanner_Mohamed says:

    I would to capture the recessed fixture from over my (kitchen) sink and in one indulge in the ones in the first two pics in this blog. Can anyone me one cheap (cheap, cheap). Sorry but even Ikea is beyond my budget. LOL

  175. Junior Fredrick K. says:

    Lowes, place Depot, or many other hardwars stores enjoy metal shelving. look for garage or outdoor shelving.

  176. AmayaAlexandriaJuliet says:

    Actually, I bear to admit to being jealous of the toiletry collections in these photos.The only is that the pictures absorb been taken too far away for me to ogle the brands!Where is the Apartment Therapy vignette when you really need it??

  177. Audrey Skyla says:

    I the top one works for where it is (and because of that delicious turquoise door). And the second one is adorable and objective needs some pops of brighter color (not pastels).But then, I been in the weirdest pink mood lately. After bitterly avoiding it in my childhood and youth, suddenly I pink and want to swim in it.

  178. Derek Jasper Domenic W. says:

    This is definitely one of my favourites. Can you us where you got the mirror and microscopic round thingys above your bed?

  179. Brianna Arya Joyce says:

    We are arresting into a extremely inexpensive apartment in a community. It had evil carpet and stained and torn linoleum in the kitchen. The owners refused to replace the carpet and lino but let us pay to replace it with their choice of carpet and lino. It was worth it. Our rent is desirable cheap and we beget flooring that is effect new. We figure because the rent is so crude the flooring will pay for itself in 5 months. We are downsizing due to health and financial issues, and I will always miss the we are having to sell.

  180. Emerson says:

    Checked the art in the lr. Honey asked what I was doing. He replied that art should be hung at the examine height comfortable to the residents and not some average. I pointed out that almost all our art was at the 57 in on center. so we must be average. lol!

  181. Kristina Bexley says:

    We are a extremely active couple in the bedroom and the memory foam mattress we bought is great. I will say we did believe to relearn how to the bed during *. With a feeble spring mattress you the bounce, but energy and can come by lost in the springs.With memory foam, the bounce is gone, but now we bear traction where before there was none. So we rethought the positions we previously and we started using positions that choose back of this traction.And our * life is all the better for it! πŸ˜‰

  182. Finn Garret Makai K. says:

    I would to the murphy bed effect if youre willing to share.Im trying to up with one that doesnt leave that gap between the bed and the wall. I quiet want a headboard feel and the closest Ive gotten is putting a headboard on sliding rails to be pushed when its up and forward when its down.Trying to a bedroom/silks Itll be mirrors covering the bed, not artwork (although your artwork is fitting for the space)

  183. Liana Naya says:

    There is money available to achieve this or this done too!!Your local electric or gas utility might rebate program or incentive to salvage an energy audit or upgrades this. check this website for information:

  184. Leilani Annabella D. says:

    I throw in lots of natural elements and some organic forms, and retain color schemes relatively unsaturated. obliging art and some handmade things help, too.

  185. Chloe says:

    Over twenty years ago, when I was in high school my mom and I took the medicine cabinent out of my bathroom to be replaced with a sheet mirror over the whole wall. In the void left in the wall I a letter detailing what year it was, who was living in the home, what our lives were like, etc. We totally forgot about it until 2 years ago when my mom remodeled that bathroom again. At the time I wrote the letter I had no I was writing to myself…sure got a kick out of it. And boy did I abominate Pres. Reagan…that made it into the letter!

  186. Ember_Kelly says:

    ok…. seriously? “ebay, garage sales, and second-hand stores” does NOT equal dumpster diving.

  187. Aubriella.Joslyn says:

    I Cape May and I what you bear done with your kitchen! Really looks great! Definitely gives it a more beachy vibe.

  188. Lyla.Sylvia says:

    The after is lovely, but all appliances, cabinets, flooring, and reworking the plumbing is not usually budget friendly! We redid our kitchen completely ourselves and even that cost $3000, which is less than a typical remodel but a chunk of change.

  189. Lincoln-33 says:

    Chill out and reading area can be the same. Instead of 2 chairs, I would an extra wide a loveseat. This contrivance you can be alone with your feet up or maybe reading a book to a child, or for. 2. Kids to share. Add a dinky table with a lamp on it and the bottom shelf with a basket of books or magazines. No need for a whole bookshelf, you can bring in your own.

  190. Daleyza says:

    This is a house and your kids are lucky to grow up there:) beautifully decorated. Your striped dress is natty hot too:)

  191. Aldo says:

    Then I guess my bedroom is illegal as well despite being of a house and being built in 1977. I can exercise the stairs to the living room to escape, otherwise I absorb to jump for my death out of the window.

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