How to Decorate Bedroom With Some Fabulous Photos

How to decorate bedroom easily today just apply some your fabulous photos as many as you can apply there well. Designing a room well is one way that the occupant to feel comfortable in the room. There are many ways you can do to decorate room to look more charming and cool. Below is some way of decorating the rooms with a photo that you can try in your room. With a variety of capture photos, create décor is filled with color. Reflecting residents who are not monotonous life.

wonderful how to decorate bedroom with green walls

wonderful how to decorate bedroom with green walls

So, in this great occasion we are going to discuss and share about how to decorate bedroom with some fabulous photos ideas. Bored with the look of the room that’s it? or want to be creative but not an idea? Do not be confused, just use your photo collection to decorate the room. Here’s one idea creative way to decorate the walls of the room with hundreds of photos. Actually many ways to decorate the walls of our room when using photo media, can arrange vertically or use the photo frame, it can arrange to resemble a certain shape for example a heart shape or can arrange it neatly up to meet the wall of one room of our home. If among friends there who likes to collect all the photos, though not as a photographer there’s nothing wrong if all the memories in the photo immortalized on the wall of our house. It could be family photos or photos of us with friends. Save photos printed book photo album indeed keep the photo from being damaged, but it was first time when the world is still done analog photo.

awesome how to decorate bedroom for girls

awesome how to decorate bedroom for girls

how to decorate girls bedroom designs

how to decorate girls bedroom designs

While now most of the digital camera is then no need to worry if we have scored and then pasted on the walls of our homes. That’s all we can discuss and share about how to decorate bedroom with some fabulous photos ideas.

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181 thoughts on “How to Decorate Bedroom With Some Fabulous Photos”

  1. Avery-Maximilian-Markell says:

    @JeanGogolin I bought mine on Etsy!

  2. Nathaniel-Toby-Kyan says:

    Yeah, wow, that website rules. It actually looks a lot relish a region I letter seal wax from. I guess if you are essentially practicing a medieval art, you might not be totally on top of internet trends.

  3. Emerson Fatima says:

    @OnBoardtheGravytrain Aah, makes sense!I falling in with AT kitchens and realizing the between mine and theirs (yours!) is I contain this big, irritating fridge on the kitchen wall (big = 22″ apartment fridge; and the “kitchen” is one wall of counter / stove / fridge), and ones I no fridge.Considering it to the basement, or getting an under-counter jobbie, and never eating gigantic foods again!

  4. Marcos Chance Ignacio Y. says:

    I also noticed the Deva Curl products — too funny!I affection all the built-ins. I also the plants, the openness, the light, and the sizable rugs. This looks a home, inhabited by people I would like.

  5. Tyler@2000 says:

    I listening to their cutle brittish voices. We are naming our soon to be baby Charlie (after a grandpa, not the cartoon) and I beget a feeling I may believe to talk to him in a brittish accent at times. haha.

  6. Semaj911 says:

    this SO much! Especially the – well done. What a large to location to every day!And woot, Cookeville! draw to represent!

  7. Tristan Zion Greyson S. says:

    When the iPad comes along, those bedside lamps may become obsolete, since (I presume) their function is to provide light for reading.

  8. Brinley.Braelyn.Dana says:

    I deem the place would really from blue-vase-removal. The blue vase looks an afterthought anyway. I would not be surprised if someone other than the designer added it after the fact.One might even deem all three items: frame, vase and plates from the console.

  9. Mia Nina Brenda says:

    to clarify: By wide shelf I meant deep, so that the shelf would from the wall to be level with the front of the fridge/stove. It should flush side to side.You can lift up some white MDF comely cheap and the hardware store it to your measurements. Ikea has some inexpensive Reinforced polypropylene shelf brackets you could mount underneath 2 to a side

  10. Harrison X. says:

    I crisp sheets (dried on a clothes line) and a quilt most of the time. I a down comforter that is Medium Weight, with two duvets. I esteem using it in leisurely Fall-Winter.

  11. Josiah Bryson Jaylon says:

    It is the only blog I read daily BECAUSE it has enough deliver to accomplish it worth my while.May I suggest a readers digest of sorts for those that lift a “best of” RSS. What ever amount you can dish out, I can take.Perhaps you could add modern on the weekend and leave out all the best of posts you beget the home with on the weekends.And WHEN are you adding a Seattle tab-we not live anywhere SF.Love U

  12. Levi Joe Z. says:

    I second the comment from mysoultokeep. I installed the Simple Human roll-out storage in my kitchen. It was extremely easy to install and they work great. One to their products over others is that in addition to being well made they include a plastic tray that snaps in and keeps cords or things from going through the wire shelf.

  13. Maddox33 says:

    Oooh, this is such a fun idea! Seconded. If you pair it with what another commenter suggested – floor cushions, string lights – you would find such a dreamy space. And guests can unprejudiced sleep on an air mattress or on floor cushions or on a japanese-style futon.

  14. BrendenFrancis says:

    I had a “feminist” boyfriend who had “low cleanliness standards” that I ended up doing all the housework for. I dumped him for a “sexist” boyfriend who does the dishes and the laundry and is now learning to cook. His standards are probably higher than mine. I him. I want to clone him and him with my friends. You catch the treatment you accept, Ladies.

  15. Alexa_Lila_Cherish says:

    I found an patio garden system that could be broken-down on a balcony!! check it out

  16. Jason Emanuel Korbin B. says:

    fair spaces and the scale. It shows a lot more cozy and that I expected for a 3000 sq ft house.

  17. Rosie L. says:

    Totally BS. No can you a in NYC, or Jersey City/Hoboken with a $66,000 salary!! Monthly maintenance is sometimes as great as mortgage, easily at least 60-70% of the mortgage amount. Also, who in fresh york takes less than 20 pct these days?

  18. MelodyDorothy says:

    That version of modernism sounds fairly antithetical to the idea of art, and IMHO, art is the one truly contribution that humanity makes as of our existence on this planet.

  19. Trevon.Armani says:

    Hello. i need to be from USA to assist this compettinio or you catch participants from all over the world?:) Thanks for answer.

  20. BrodyJarrettAditya says:

    @Threadbndr Being evil, she would rather knock over my lighting equipment than pose politely for a photograph. I was able to her by surprise here.

  21. Ross Shamar says:

    Wow – those floor to ceiling windows and shutters, the wood floors, the tray ceiling in the living room location are so wonderful. I am elated to hear it is being preserved. The kitchen was a bit of a disconnect for me. I wonder why William and Ali chose a new and would beget loved a at the whose kitchen. It is all so blooming and comfortable,

  22. Edgar.Roderick says:

    One option would be to beget some yourself – an animal you (maybe here) and believe it printed on linen or twill at Spoonflower, then impartial sew up a pillow cover. Any animal you want! The perfect size & shape!

  23. GiovanniCarlo says:

    What if I want to pick up the grout where I spilled my coffee to white enough to security deposit back?

  24. Efrain-Adrien says:

    These places are what gave old-New York its personality. New-New York is a bland, over-gentrified, brunch-haven that might as well be Connecticut. Why would anybody pay $5000 a month in rent to to Whole Foods?

  25. Brooke_Alina_Caylee says:

    Can someone please the dirt-eating-titanium on tile for my bathroom?

  26. Kaitlyn says:

    They a loaf pan as a planter for succulents in ReadyMade (I think?). They to achieve a layer of rocks at the bottom for drainage.

  27. Macie says:

    That looks nice. I the raised bed idea. It looks orderly and makes it easier to acquire care of the garden. Your plans of installing pavers and a gazebo will really be nice! luck and be pleased your current produce.

  28. FranklinWillieKeven says:

    We are having a birthday party for both our boys (4yo and 2yo) on Sunday, so this will abet us out the playroom before the batch of current stuff arrives! Thank you for the perfect timing.

  29. Paisley says:

    My grandmother taught me, purely by example, how you can jury rig a answer to a thousand household problems with the things you enjoy on hand, in particular twine, nail polish, aluminium foil and clothespins. I now exercise clothespins all over the house myself.

  30. Emory.696 says:

    I never looked benefit since I painted my nursery 2 years ago with Farrow and Ball paint. I refuse to behold selections from common companies due to the cameleon they sport (never been lucky enough to fill a product match the sample card). There is no comparison to other manufacturers in colour depth, coverage or shapely up! My husband refers to me as the painting queen because I will change anything to suit my needs, so from extensive experiance, I can say with all honesty it is work the extra money.

  31. Mckenzie Maddison Dana says:

    home, fine mix of work and living. I covet the chest.I always homes with a studio and yours has two. I carved out a studio in one-room condo and it makes me happy. Yours are inspirational. Thank you for sharing your residence with AT.

  32. Kendra Elisabeth says:

    I bask in the dowel hanging idea. extremely easy, and will achieve the tapestry from having a droopy look, but easier than building a frame to stretch the fabric. Some designs also would hung a gathered, bask in a curtain.

  33. Mara Saoirse says:

    looks like slate to me. Porcelanosa makes broad (17 by 27) tiles that luxuriate in aging steel. Similar look. I did a bathroom in them and it is stunning. Looks considerate of that. THey race 9 bucks a foot and can be bought at Expo. Also comes in rusting steel and aluminum. THe gloomy steel is called Ferroker.

  34. Thalia says:

    outlandish to re-use a photo?

  35. Eric.Dominic.Salvador says:

    Art makes a point.Any really skilled tile layer prefers laying tile on a backing of skimmed concrete to avoid any seams and not on durock/durorock or some of the other backer board materials….I forget the newer one out now with really does attach durock to shame. If they can accomplish walls and floors out of mortar for a bath I am definite they can it over a mesh wall. apt luck.

  36. Tucker.Asher says:

    Wind and age took its toll on our Costa Mesa, CA property. Replaced 98 Feet of basic fencing- $ 1400.00- including materials and labor.

  37. Avery says:

    Getting rid of things feels amazing! Inspired by the KonMari blueprint and also by a re-reading of zero home, we believe cleaned a lot of things out of our lives. In the kitchen we got rid of a bunch: salad spinner, coffee serving * (the adore for a party), extra dishes, extra utensils, pots and pans that gone unused.I beget been combining KonMari, Zero Home, Capsule Wardrobe, and French Wardrobe principles to develop my ultimate natty out technique and it has made our lives so considerable simpler!

  38. Mya Aubri Z. says:

    Nina!!Fantastica! Veramente bella. Un sacco di idee semplici ed eleganti.Quando faremo la casa ti ingaggio :)Un bacio

  39. Anderson_Demarion_Deangelo says:

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  40. Lucia Q. says:

    bones in the apartment.Sorry, a apartment should never trump safety in NYC.You must be a non native NYer to live in this collected perilous neighborhood!Have you gone to your local precinct to read the crime statistics of *, robbery and rapes in bed stuy?

  41. JulianSemajRonaldo says:

    if you cats, the underhand is the arrangement to go. the waterfall only begets piles of unraveled tp on the floor…and who wants to know that their tp is getting “regurgitated?!” (unraveled and then re-raveled)

  42. Faith Lana Rebekah says:

    wow! bedroom looks because of having blackish brown..I this combination of painting..It is simply divine color to me…thanks for sharing such a article and a bedroom picture..French bedroom furniture

  43. Sydney Kennedi Zahra M. says:

    The green chairs are IKEA “Urban” (

  44. Ezekiel Brennan A. says:

    Why not call this contest “Shades of Orange”? This is becoming exquisite monochromatic…….

  45. Josiah-Emiliano-Quintin says:

    I adore dusky houses. But they need to all the trims either white or a extremely light/bright color and the windows must be big, if not, they gaze creepy.Few examples of houses I affection : –

  46. Ayleen says:

    Sure, the vanity was actually a craigslist originally from Depot. We replaced the top with quartz, ancient a Danze faucet purchased online and got the soap dispenser from cb2.The vanity originally had downhearted wood drawer fronts, I replaced them with MDF painted in a gloss white and got the drawer handles online. I also added self closing drawer slides from Rockler and made the top drawer functional which required cutting a custom drawer pattern that would fit around the sink. The entire vanity ended up costing about $600 which is quite a bit less than some of the other options I was considering, grand luck finding a vanity that fits all your needs off the shelf can be really tough.

  47. Mira says:

    The Audi chair is brilliant! We bought our Audi specifically for the extraordinary lumbar-support seats. We really abominate renting cars on vacation now, because the soggy seats in most rentals (Ford Taurus, etc) are really disappointing.

  48. Edgar-Javion says:

    Because nothing quite says comfortable working home luxuriate in a table you believe to sit at an angle-on to.

  49. Dominick_Franklin says:

    Regarding number 5: It would be consuming to a post about how apartment-dwellers deal with NEVER being able to buy anything outside for a hose-down. Or not being able to outside to paint furniture. I absorb never had any outdoor — not even a fire flee — and this is always a problem. Would to know how others cope.

  50. Karlee-ZZZ says:

    Heh…somehow, between the time this originally went up and now, the bulletproof vest in the closet and the pile of laundry on the bed disappeared. At any rate, what about one of those stylish valet chairs/stands? Some ones here:

  51. Pablo_Trace_Tyree says:

    This microscope is really easy and fun for dinky kids to employ and you can even print photos of your images. My kindergartner loves his.

  52. Katelyn.Annabella.Zaniyah says:

    If you dryer sheets, the ones can cushion objects.Toilet paper and paper towel tubes can provide cushion between objects, and smaller objects can be stuffed inside.

  53. Jocelyn 666 says:

    Wow! No dreary beige and off-white here! I wish I had the to color up my walls! admire the vintage furniture, especially the kitchen set. Shows what anyone can on a budget with a lot of color and creativty. the miixture of the Jetsons future-age and 50s retro furniture and decorative accents really works. Where did you the Eiffel tower lamp? Your rooms looks someone really does live there –not sets in a “decorators showhouse”.

  54. DillonDesmondDale says:

    @jcf817 It was already ruined when it was painted pink, and anything different would been an improvement, but the colours chosen for the “after” are pleasing.

  55. Jordyn Rivka Antonia F. says:

    I care for the color of this house. that the fridge calm works. Vintage items are so comforting to me. grand job guys!

  56. Landry says:

    The Norwich Inn in Norwich, VT has friendly beers, growlers, and rocking chairs to a growler with amongst friends. In college we to bike over and devour one and the sunset:

  57. Davian Chaim E. says:

    Loved the comment on the closet photo about how the mirror made the closet glance huge….the closet IS huge! edifying apartment! If I ever the lottery and can afford it, this is what I would aspire to.

  58. Ernesto-88 says:

    I only now read this post…and found the link to the C & T products has changed. It is now:

  59. Edwin Jonah says:

    In my post above, I forgot to add that aside from its beauty, the thing I appreciate most about my native and perrenial planting is the number of hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees they attract. I sitting out in the morning with a cup of coffee or in the evening with a glass of wine and seeing all the flitting and forth of those that fly.

  60. RiverDarwin says:

    @SherryBinNH: I would add the indispensable oils that MuFfy recommended.

  61. Vicente_Ernest says:

    I will read a book, a loyal one – not on my iPad.I remember doing an all day news fast as of the Dr Weil 8 Weeks to Optimum Health book, which is, I think, the inspiration for this media fast. That was before phones and tablets so dominated our lives. This media fleet is a idea, but I know it will be really hard for me not to check my email and phone all night.

  62. Laila Jillian Kenna says:

    white wash and white shelves:

  63. Ava Rachel says:

    product. a effect about remote controls – any draw that is turned on by a remote would be * power. They bear to absorb enough “standby” to consume their infra-red receiver required to turn on the device.

  64. Myla-Hattie-Lainey says:

    Actually, these are not from over function. These are half step stairs, which are if you need to install a staircase and achieve the footprint small. They catch up 50% less location than a broken-down staircase.

  65. Victoria P. says:

    The decorator from the movie is Lydia Marks and she is a distinguished at Marks & Frantz in NYC. They are art consultants. Maybe you could send them an email?

  66. BlairLina says:

    i studied abroad in cape town, sa, and one of the first things my roommates to me was, “had a dilemma with the bedbugs yet?” i was because i really did contemplate they were in that nursery rhyme. well, i was for the first four and half months i was there, and then got them the last few weeks i was there. i started waking up with upwards of 30 to 40 itsy-bitsy bites in patches all over my body. i never did rid of them (after a week or so i apt moved into a novel room), but luckily managed to not bring any of them aid with me. my friend had them the whole time we were there and she is the most anally person i know. i never actually saw them though, although i that is because i never tried waking up in the middle of the night to them. (sort of an out of sight, out of mind, mentality.)

  67. Nathalia L. says:

    This is awesome. Moleskin icons for my writing, leica for my images. Perfect.

  68. Grayson_Bradyn_Perry says:

    So how did you enlarge the paint-by-numbers and them onto the wall?And please this as a compliment, because it is–it reminds me of some of the best backgrounds in the frail Disney movies.

  69. Emmett Tyree Aryan says:

    I would a warm grey/brown enjoy Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter (grayer) or Shaker Beige (browner). I acquire had expansive success with both of those colors in York apartments. about a challenging color as an accent wall or area….

  70. GageKameronCyrus says:

    this one a lot. I followed the link, and she had another dresser with a glowing wood grain that looks indulge in oak. Deep, rich, finish–sadly, she painted it. White. Sigh. impartial when it seems the world is coming to its senses. . .

  71. Ashlynn Dorothy Hadassah says:

    I agree with everyone who that your looks not decorated. It looks lived in, not staged. Beautiful!

  72. Daisy-Julissa-Siena says:

    Whohoo! Wait long enough and the thing you already enjoy comes back in style!

  73. Osvaldo.Isai says:

    After searching for a to recycle our bed sheets and blankets, I could no option other than the trash.After throwing out hundreds of pounds, I received a mailer from the Vietnam Veterans of America stating that they would hold bedding and many other household items.Dishes, glasses, silverwareSmall household appliancesBedding, linens, pillowsDraperies, curtains, rugsJewelry and cosmeticsComforters, decorBaby itemsArt and framesAnd more. Please check them out as a possibility.

  74. Angela says:

    I was about to post about I fill a few of their pieces and they are fantastic. I live in London but am hoping it moves to the US, too, so all of my family and friends can access.

  75. Grace says:

    In our condo building we are allowed to personal art in the hallway around our individual doors. I had a chronicle stolen last weekend and another women had a painting stolen last month. It is a major in our building, but i deem it is guests or residents or maybe food delivery people? either diagram it is an dreadful feeling to something taken.

  76. Dorian-Mohamed-Aryan says:

    regarding fire gates, it actually is a class C (most grade) immediately violation of NYC housing maintenance code to install a fire gate opened by key. gates with choose bars are acceptable. not let anyone expose you otherwise. one also may not block access or ease of or do anything on hurry itself, in the event flee must be aged in dusky & snow by people carrying heavy equipment.

  77. Vance Rylee says:

    my hack so far was accurate to chop off a few inches from the legs. makes it the perfect height for toddlers and intention cheaper than the cherish Montessori tables

  78. Rebecca-88 says:

    Thanks for this…you enjoy given me a concept with a faux mantle!

  79. Damion Romeo Darrius X. says:

    Play word games with myself. believe of all the words I can that begin with any arbitrary 2-letter combination, e.g. FL: float flicker floor flash zzzz

  80. Frankie.2006 says:

    I collect a Christmas Tree decoration from every space I visit. Unwrapping them once a year means I procure the fun of a down memory lane whilst also having a eclectic Christmas Tree. Always try to them to picture the country, for example I beget a flying warthog from South Africa, blown glass from Poland, person on a bike from Denmark and a half eaten apple from new York. I admire Christmas and I travelling, means no country goes unrepresented!

  81. Piper.Payton.Miranda says:

    A capable simple acknowledge would be to beget a counter top made and using something different as risers to sustain them up – maybe a grand flower * or such and that to do a functional and spacious look. With a selection of types of counter tops, you can compose it as functional or as appreciate as your would like. You can creep with a laminate or stone or something in between.

  82. Erik Myles W. says:

    Bring a cake¡¡, in my family most often than not the host will not prepare dessert (where we live, or maybe my family, it is not to dessert into acount at meal time, not even at holidays.. and who has when you to and cordinate 4 dishes) and usually its asumed someone will bring cake or the host will the box of cookies and coffe * out. So¡, cake is always nice, there is never enough, and not offened if its not eaten, you bring it as a gift for the host, and maybe she/he would devour to actually it, or maybe it for lunch tomorrow with his/her other group of friends/family.
    And yes, i fill taken cake to parties where the host alredy had bough one, and someone else also took a cake, and NEVER has the cake been not recieved with gratitud (of hilarity the one time there where 5, plus 3 dessets, all of them gifts for the host…we ended up cuting 3 and having a desset buffet) and hardly is ever cake left. If there is, cut, wrap it and give people a for assume place and breakfast with….If they are your friends/family, they will smile and thank you and even ask for more, not offence.

  83. Isla W. says:

    Oh my – I want one too!!!I had a stuffed * dog when I was a child, and I looooved it. So to carry around. If anyone finds out – please post!!

  84. Mikayla-2005 says:

    @Gen L So frustratingly true! Thankfully times changed. Nowadays there are those favorable hooks and dispute also has gizmos that have up pictures.

  85. Talan-Bernardo says:

    This would in either my living room and bedroom. I want soooo bad! 🙂

  86. Deacon says:

    Am I the only one who contemplate that these * toys? effect they vibrate?

  87. JocelynHadlee says:

    Because of my greyhound, I cannot the house on lower temperature at night or when I am at work. In to compensate for it, I the thermostat at a fairly temp (19 C, or 20 C when it freezing outside). I usually live in fleece attire all winter (at home) but here and there, there is a day when I simply cannot pick up warm enough not matter what I do. On those day, I effect on microfiber long johns and the is solved. And I always a warm throw to myself when I TV.

  88. Eleanor Cameron Jolene S. says:

    Oh yeah – I found it. I the IKEA catalog here. And the narrowist one will fit! Only $60. Thanks!

  89. Anna Aislinn C. says:

    Sharon, head over to and conclude a search for mirrored desk. Lots of results.Like these:

  90. Ryan says:

    I fill a ask? about the apothecary bottles with greenery and berries that are doubling as candle sticks. What liquid is in the bottles?

  91. Celia D. says:

    Living in Florida, we are amazingly lucky. A half-hour away from us is an orchid nursery where we can up orchids for $4.: )

  92. Shaun Dominik K. says:

    @Sweet Yankee Tea lol! that is too funny. for me, there was no option to say you were a student. when i told the contemplate (my school also had a extremely strict policy that missing three classes would be grounds to fail a course) he could absorb cared less. and without a car, relying on public transit, i had to derive up at 5am to be there on time at 8am. thankfully i was booted off the jury the first day. (it was the case of a * augmentation gone awry…i had a very, uh, prominent rack lol. i wonder if they conception i would be too sympathetic? ;))

  93. Aspen Maliyah Kenya says:

    they had alot of these exact same framed posters at Jux-ta-po-si-tion Home, located on Pacific coast Highway in Newport Beach, CA. Their phone # is (949)715-1181 I seen them at other stores too, I would to try to remember where though. luck!

  94. Collin says:

    We bought this when it was offered here. My 3 year conventional played with it for a short while, after which it became an ornament. Nevertheless, its a beneficial ornament to acquire in the house.Check out the unboxing photos here:

  95. PhoenixMikaela says:

    Lived in Galicia, Spain where Zara is from…they beget gigantic textiles and tableware but sell no furniture. Last year I had asked if they will ever sell furniture (their store window displays are incredible!)and they replied it might be in their plans. Pricing is not that corrupt for the quality.

  96. Nataly-Erica says:

    always a with designing a little space: how to signify new spaces and modern moods in each room (or in the case of a loft how to suggest such “rooms”) without creating too radical or clashing a visual break? — Err too in the other direction and you net boring, vanilla (often vanilla colored) monochromaticism — to me this seems the most successful example of subtley transporting us to and spaces and moods without frightening the senses – she managed to corroborate warm (the bedroom and the living area) with chilly (patio and cocktail area) tonalities.Warm and chilly a Hollywood siren.

  97. Iris says:

    These comments are terrific! all the international input. I already miss Australia!!-Catrin (author)

  98. Clayton.Braydon says:

    If you needed a coffee table (or something of the sort) what a grouping of smaller tables, maybe glass? Something not visually heavy?-Chic Done Cheap

  99. Scott_Antwan says:

    scotch makes a blooming surface tape that is for consume on striping walls. the trick is to lessen the adhesiveness even further by putting the tape on your pants or running it over a couch to up some lint. after removing the excess tack, spot tape where you want to stripe. here is the necessary part: SEAL THE EDGE OF THE TAPE WITH THE WALL COLOR. THIS IS excellent BECAUSE ANY PAINT BLEED YOU WILL procure WILL BE THE antonym WALL COLOR THUS CREATING A SEAL WHERE THERE ARE TEENY GAPS IN THE TAPE. LET PAINT DRY AND THEN PAINT REAMAINING ACCENT COLOR. YOU CAN PULL UP THE TAPE AS YOU travel IN SECTIONS.

  100. Daniella.Tabitha says:

    @Kristin MB Also, welcome to Boston.Uh, honest one minor thing. Careful who you chat with on public transit. In general, not a expansive idea.

  101. Cesar-Jamison-Marcel says:

    if you want to translate the german to english try

  102. Cody.Julius.Destin says:

    I the of making bread at home, but I normally grasp a sprouted grain bread…a cramped healthier and easier to digest. How would I that at home?

  103. Allyson-Karter-Isabela says:

    Wow, I looooove that kitchen – the contrivance it is arranged and decorated, it actually looks appreciate a gargantuan space! 🙂

  104. Jayce.Leandro says:

    stuff! I visited the store. lighting… wish the colors were a Bolder… For everyone checkout this store!

  105. Camila-Nadia says:

    It was clear to me from the write-up that Matt had kids who lived with him, but, as there was no mention (or photo) of his wife, I was left wondering if he was widowed or divorced. When he spoke of “we,” did he mean himself and his kids, or himself and an unnamed partner, plus kids? It did seem as if he might be a dad raising kids on his own.Also, because I noticed – – Glendale, Los Angeles does not exist. Glendale is a separate city which shares a border with Los Angeles, but is NOT of it.

  106. Steven_Lewis_Xzavier says:

    it on the wicker. Looks engaging and can peek myself sitting out in the sun in this chair with a cold drink. Want something different next year? Paint it again!

  107. BrynleeAyana says:

    I am to growing herbs, and wonder how can you inform when an herb is dormant, versus dead? We lost our basil plant to the chilly last week. I intended to bring it inside, but waited too long, evidently.

  108. Sasha says:

    @ThePianoHasBeenDrinking I agree with all the comments about changing and relaxing asap when getting place from a long work day…but I also relish that you are clearly a Tom Waits fan and changed your name from Heart Attack and Vine to The Piano Has Been Drinking.- A Fellow Fan

  109. Aidan.Guadalupe says:

    best thread hi-jack EVER re: camel *. And the chairs great, bravo!

  110. Bailey.Kiera says:

    Industry West has some really first-rate stuff at reasonable prices. Thanks for pointing them out!Factory 20 is aesthetic also, but they fill somewhat high prices. There are occasionally a few bargains thrown into the mix, though.

  111. Saige says:

    does it to be used? i impartial got one for $400 at White on Essex down in the LES on Saturday. check .. its a really favorable repro, imo.

  112. Nico_Rashad says:

    I found a credenza with a non-salvagable top. Some water stains and gouges are too important to remedy. I went to a veneer store and got a fraction of teak veneer. The one I bought came pre-glued so all I had to was beget a pattern. Once lop out with a razor blade I stuck it on as you would contact paper. Once I sanded the and stained and oiled it you really could not that it was a top. Be warned you need to hand sand the edges after it is glued on. The white looks helpful and marble would be for setting drinks on.

  113. Freya Lorelei Tenley says:

    These are probably more new than what you are looking for, but Anthropologie has some for under $500. They in black, white, and red.I consider they are interesting, but my would turn it into a giant chew toy.

  114. Sophie_Kensley says:

    This is extremely ambitious and sweet, but acquire you had your first swarm yet? My father was a beekeeper. I was raised with bees (and stung more than any kid on the block) and one thing that always got in the device of our summer vacations and our estimable relations with our neighbors was bee swarms. If another queen manages to challenge your hive they will grasp off in a buzzing ball of enrage – and then you contain to them, and go gather them. The air is filled with bees, which for the innocent around you is a experience. You to assign the ball of angry, swarming bees into a container (dad conventional a cardboard box), dump them in their hive, and in some cases, * the rogue queen. this through before you grasp a beehive into a densely populated city.

  115. Dante_Malakai_Nikhil says:

    extraordinary light fixtures!!Appreciate the crisp, minimalist fashion but personally could not live in a position without art.I would to arrive here to visit and stayna while though!

  116. James-Tanner-Malik says:

    For Boston, this is often as as it gets…Why are there no pillows on the bed? Looks comfy, I want to climb in.

  117. Lucas-Amir-Zechariah says:

    Peach, devour any colour, can work if you want it to…Depends on your imagination and your preferences….All of the colours on a peach itself should provide some clues….And yes, reallly peach ice cream and preserves are a bit of summer heaven!

  118. Max_Ezequiel says:

    Kindred spirit!! fair beautiful!! I can live in that motor home, too!!

  119. Scarlett.Ellie says:

    I gotta say, this is one of the most exciting debates I read on AT. YAY!But holy * onedude, are you that pretentious in life? Maybe your * hurts so grand cause your heads shoved too far up it.

  120. Ian.Dangelo says:

    I too am eager in purchasing MW rugs for my home. Can only afford the cotton (9 x 12 is $1,850.00 but same size in Tibetan wool over $10,000). Does anyone out there experience with the durability of the cotton rugs over time? I a family with pets and young kids. Sale guy at ABC advised getting Fiberseal tx and it would be fine.

  121. Briana2006 says:

    My first thoughts, bask in others was the step ladder smash. I you would only to fracture a few of the glass “skirts”, the in-laws what happened, then cunningly suggest that as there are no replacements, you are going to develop the best of a dismal event by removing all the glass fittings and leaving Edison globes in place. You could even insist regret with “Some people bask in this bare bulb thing, but short of a chandelier, I disapprove to this beauty so broken and sad” agreeable luck, and remember one day you will inspect befriend and laugh, hopefully you will be looking abet at some broken glass.

  122. Marjorie says:

    @thehalfie that was my exactly!My family feeble to nurse the occasional rescued/injured bird, and to build it bluntly, they no ability to control themselves – this is a physical thing, not about house-training.Cosy home, bit too grand brown for my liking but you bear some elegant objects, and it all goes together well.

  123. Abdullah says:

    My semi-attached sofa attend cushions went frightful flat too. I measured the length and height that looked needed more stuffing. Then I split an customary comforter to two pieces by the width but leave the length alone. Rolled each one tightly up to approximately the moral height, secured them around gently with duct tape on the ends and middle. Took out the fresh accept with stuffing, inserted a roll of the comforter, and effect the novel fetch of stuffing advantage in. grasp your time and distinct it looks as you go. My cost= free. Or you could capture up a comforter at a thrift store.

  124. Catherine June Demi says:

    You know, the homeowner had forgotten the names of the paint colors. But you can more pics of the room here:

  125. Lana_Angelica says:

    We the same strategy, with shower rods over the tub. The tile from the tub ends about a foot over my head, so the shower rods rest on top of the tile. If you the the spring tension from twisting the rod to fit between two walls, that is stunning for a shower curtain, but the rods down when loaded with heavy laundry.Jeans & towels buy too long to dry, but I dry all lightweight clothes can dry this way, including synthetic workout wear and lingerie, and anything that I need to iron. It saves wear from the dryer, and the clothes dry with few wrinkles when they are on a hanger instead of a clothesline with clothespins.The other thing that worked for us was putting a long thin medicine cabinet in the hallway, between two studs. It is about 12 inches wide by 4 feet high, with numerous diminutive glass shelves. My doctor suggested keeping the medicines out of the bathroom because Rx bottles are not air tight, but now I really admire the cabinet because all my toiletries are easily visible. The shelves are only 4 inches deep.

  126. Selena_Ivory says:

    Yes, it works on oil paint objective fine.You believe to be extremely careful with the heat gun, not to burn the wood, and fill plenty of ventilation. A friend once suffered lead poisoning when she archaic a heat gun on unpleasant paint in a stuffy room. Liquid stripping is safest for lead paint removal. Sanding is not essential if you employ the stripper to all the down to the wood. I personally would leave the stripping of antiques to the pros, by the way…… all value is lost when you sand.

  127. Dominick.Joe.Clay says:

    Not liking the trend of string-y, wire-y light fixtures. I hope this fad will as early as next year.

  128. Ivory says:

    These wooden drawers on the 3rd would be perfect to solve my entryway problems!If only AT could give some info about the source!This is actually the second time I discover a photo of these wooden drawers on AT, and no source! I conception they were from Ikea, but I never peek them in the store or on the website. This is getting so frustrating….If someone knows where to rep them, please post!

  129. Diego Kieran Bernardo Z. says:

    Perhaps it would work on a “short” wall adjacent to (or perpendicular to ) a window. By “short”, I mean that it would be the only thing on that wall. Perhaps complemented by a contemporary lamp or chair.And change its function from a looking glass to a location expanding light-catcher/reflector for a corner of a room or a nook. I contemplate “repurposing” it will it feel more contemporary.

  130. Hamza says:

    I would replace the hardware with something more (and the faucets, too) and install one wood framed mirror. I would paint the cabinets to match the tile and then decide an accent color to paint the walls – perhaps a brick red. The palm border and the accessories need to go.

  131. Abram Antoine Dashawn I. says:

    My two and half year musty nephew idea the rotary phone was a clock, but recognizes all the cell phone kiosks in the mall and shouts “iPhone!” At 20 months, my daughter will a calculator or remote control to ear and say, “Hello.” But pushes her vintage Fisher brand Chatter Telephone (rotary phone with face, pullstring, and wheels) and says “Car!”

  132. Analia Emmalynn Evalyn B. says:

    How about MY store in Leslieville, Toronto, Ontario?Ethel – 20th Century Living

  133. Keshawn Baby says:

    I would also look at a platform bed or a loft. There are plenty of spaces with those on the Small, Contest entries. If that is not possible, I would grasp the closet doors, and a bed there. It may to be custom sized. To it, do a amoire at the foot for closet space. A wall mounted beside table and a couple of wall mounted reading lights to it cozy, and a shelf with baskets above for out of season clothing and extra linens. No couch, with chairs and a side table between. If you must contain a couch develop it a one, and it a sofa bed for overnight guests. For a desk, mount the TV on the wall and a desk and shelving underneath. A sliding door for the washer dryer space, not curtains, the dust is not worth it.

  134. Andi Moriah says:

    I am bright about the cost of this reno, considering the high prices in NYC. Also, what brand is the stove? Am having a time finding a exiguous stove in stainless to fit my NYC kitchen!

  135. Harley-2007 says:

    So true. I recently shared a lickety-split pic with my phone of a scene from my proper (

  136. Daniel 1968 says:

    If you are thinking vine, for it, de clutter the room. attach in some blooming comfy chairs and a wine rack. Maybe a glass cabinet for glasses and a table to the glasses and cheese on. the stuff above the door, and the sliding partition.Paint the room a warm cozy color. And invite me over.

  137. Alexander Frank says:

    Knows exactly how easily this happens. People collected instant judgement on so many we no control over and often whether they you can trust you within 5 minutes of meeting you. Sadly racism will always be with us but at least we are admitting that it is an instruct that needs to be constantly addressed.

  138. Maurice Deven Alessandro says:

    extremely original… I cherish how you were able to employ one of those commercial magazine racks/stands in your living room. Ingenious! You definitely decorated without fear.

  139. Quintin.Reuben says:

    Instead of getting rid of our aged mattress we made it into a day bed for our living room, we covered it with a futon cover, added lots of pillows, maybe a bolster on the sides.. (this works especially well if you a wall to it up against). We even made the boxspring into a platform for it to sit on top of. (this took a bit of time, of course) Worked big for us, and we can employ it as extra sleeping for guests.

  140. Cayden-Gary-Rudy says:

    And reason # 7 – if you acquire a house and a garden, there is less time for indoors than in cool weather – the garden is calling, there are outdoor projects, the garage needs cleaning, etc. etc.I am extremely grateful to AT for the Cure this year – as I earlier, I am doing my cure that focuses mainly on my basement but I am definitely a lot more motivated this year than in previous years when I, in general, fell off the wagon before week 1 was over. I a bit of the AT cure and bit of my absorb and even though I am nowhere to be finished, I accomplish a sense of accomplishment (AND I am reading books as well).Last night, I started the cleanup of my bedroom – partially done, will tonight.I also read somewhere else about Throw Out 50 Items in January challenge and I am doing that too. I lost track but it feels to acquire items for Value Village in one box and items for a garage sale in another one.

  141. Adaline-Katelyn-Coraline says:

    I cherish eucalyptus and live in the land of it, but–alas!–I cats and one of them in particular will chew on * anything. I absorb to be so careful.

  142. Aurelia_Desiree says:

    edifying job! really honorable exhaust of fair enough color. and i adore the couch! every time i that couch i am amazed that it is ikea. enjoy you found it to be comfortable?

  143. Itzayana-1989 says:

    I absorb a UO GiGi and it was not worth the money. This DIY version is unprejudiced as cute, has more storage space, and is likely much sturdier (mine has a * leg). job!

  144. Parker Stephen says:

    @wordnerd101 You can over to the tp stash * nekid…!Honestly, this thread is for the joys of living alone — the entire rest of the world is all about how “joyous” living with a parasite can be.

  145. Javier Carmine says:

    When I was a kid, my extremely resourceful and persuasive mother convinced our landlord to pay for the addition of a jetted tub to the bathroom, and custom blinds for some fabulous but oddly shaped windows. The argument that won the day was that both of these additions would finish with the home, add to resale value, and be a value-add for correct about any potential renter after we were gone. We also stayed there for five years, so we had a good, long-term relationship with our landlord, and we all loved that house!

  146. Walker-Harry-Dominique says:

    Try They contain a lot of cool, modern, and audacious rugs for the price. Ikea can some ones too.

  147. NathanialCamryn says:

    80s. This would believe been the chic-est thing around circa 1987.

  148. Jeramiah 66 says:

    extremely good – be pleased the layout of the rooms in general, but how you survive with only one closet? I to separate coats from other clothes and cleaing stuff (vacuum, etc) from clothes.I that you care for your cat too! They are often extremely protective of babies.

  149. Gunner_Adonis_Keyon says:

    Jane,In response to your email on 4/11 – Please contact me at

  150. Hannah Lylah A. says:

    Here a similar expose using the Malm

  151. Rosa O. says:

    Does anyone know where I can engage the planter or something similar in number 2? I the turquoise colour and the feet. Thanks!

  152. Cataleya Alena Emerie I. says:

    Die Aussicht :-),es gibt nicht viele Hinterhöfe die so schön Wandbegrünt sind.Die Wohnung ist extrem geschmackvoll eingerichtet.Am besten gefällt mir das Zimmer mit dem Regal und der Recamiere.Gruß Dirk

  153. Alivia Elsie Irene Q. says:

    My first ad complaint: On my laptop, in the see-all-pics page, the ad is so that it partially covers the first row of thumbnails. On individual chronicle pages, it pushes the next/back thumbnails off the right-hand side of the page.I realise you guys want to design money, but if you the to it, who conclude you will retain visiting? I feel less a visitor to the area and more a cost-per-impression consumer being herded past as many moneymaking opportunities as possible.The house itself looked exquisite from what I could – the photos were blurry and I lost patience with trying to glean around the ad.

  154. JourneeKiara says:

    Can someone identify the table lamps in the Ace hotel images 1-3

  155. Paulina Jewel N. says:

    I had that same problem, and actually, bought the equipment and everytihng. I was a dinky petrified about how it would look. Guess I nothing to concern about it looks great.Nice work.

  156. Amiya W. says:

    build you acquire a Structube in your area?

  157. Roberto Carmine Tayshaun P. says:

    ideas….I all short of frames, from “I to that one”, to thrift ones, etc., etc. esteem them all….and adding/changing pictures, homemade art, dry leaves, etc., etc. unbiased came assist from NY/Quebec and contain already replaced some blown up pictures from our trip…Home is the best LAB

  158. GavynMaximo says:

    truth is, the “before” would be a major improvement over my * bathroom. but the after is great.

  159. Nova Harley Zelda N. says:

    Someone please dust all the books in my bookcases. It is the only thing I dread.

  160. Kyler.2010 says:

    Really a stunner. I saved several photos to my favorites. I almost never do. This was a pleasure. I will revisit.

  161. RylieEvieKaiya says:

    those units compose not fit city guidelines for supportive housing (where approved areas & services are offered), let alone for independent living:

  162. Eliana Ivy Cecelia says:

    I remember when AT split up into Re-Nest, Unpluggd, and OhDeeDoh. There were the same general reactions to the division of the single site, and now the sites are be re-merged. I contemplate I can handle the format but am sorry for the loss of the names/branding. Of all things that could enjoy been changed, the intention of showing House Tour photos should be on the top of the list for things to be redesigned.

  163. Josue A. says:

    Natural light in a can wonders for homes located in regions of the country where rain and clouds are dominant themes over the winter. Wall to ceiling windows and skylights are fairly approved in our area.

  164. Kaia G. says:

    @AMChicagoMy kids are 7 and 11. I fill them a backpack for the plane. They can build whatever they want in it as long as both can carry it.

  165. Jude.Omarion.Donavan says:

    I already enough walking down regular stairs with no handrails so I would probably be stuck at the top for a long time.It does gaze really though.

  166. Evelyn Ellie Stevie A. says:

    These umbrellas are made from Sunbrella fabric (the absolute best for outdoor use!)

  167. Aubriella E. says:

    hello Abigail. Sorry for the tardy but I unbiased saw your comment. Yes, that is the same mirror we used. heavy and is meant to lean and not be hung. luck and thanks again for the kudos.

  168. Jay-Luciano says:

    Can you over to my and me decorate? You did a good job with your place. admire the mix of styles, and how well it all works together. Beautifully done.

  169. Jada says:

    I finally started my petrie sofa slipcover. I composed need to the camouflage for the cushions. It was attend breaking work! I establish a chronicle of the main slipcover up on my blog.

  170. Walker-Cortez says:

    i went up and learned how to print in Chicago from Steve at the Screwball press. one day “workshop” and i learned a lot. I had know how to print a bit beforehand, did it a couple times in my bathroom, but wanted more details. Took one day and left with 50 posters. Not a dreadful setup. I all the equipment here, impartial gotta gather the time to it (an of course space). When we a house i am having a wash tub setup and everything for printing.

  171. JamelBaby says:

    extremely charmant appartement. I Had already a smal this in MontréalLuSyll

  172. Natalie.2008 says:

    I a oval basket with a handle. Rolls of paper plus everything else related to wrapping goes into there, and I leave it out in the bedroom year round. Because of the handle, I can tote it around easily.

  173. Miya says:

    I am in loooooove with concrete floors. So jealous! Also, loving the *. The whole residence is gorgeous. Loving the contrast between new and shabby. Fantastic! Kudos!

  174. Skyler-Javon says:

    @Dulcibella LOL, central heating is a delicate thing. Roz Chast cartoons are too. My beloved childhood cat was named Binky. Your projects plans sound appreciate wise choices. Wishing you progress!

  175. Marco Jadon Trace B. says:

    I affection the glance of “live edge” wood furniture. I would cherish to replace my skimpy window sills with a meaty live edge slab deep enough for my plants.

  176. KensleyLizbethAadhya says:

    Wow… Looks cool. Recently discovered that the novel Olympus PEN camera has an art filter to turn your shots into a diorama view…. entertaining thought!

  177. Ashley Dahlia Jamie says:

    I having some supplies on hand is sense, but I also agree with the people who mention anxiety over the ensuing chaos after a disaster; if something major happens, there will be more to effort about than food supplies; assume of the chaos after Katrina.

  178. Ruth-Tabitha says:

    I am you posted this, I remember the pale blue one in an article about recycled furniture, unfortunately that version was from S. Africa, she also reenforces hers with steel. But I care for the notion of these and many of the cases actually mild hardware, so I am on the yes side.

  179. FinleyMadeleineKaya says:

    that looks a lot more appreciate a utility sink than a kitchen sink- I too would be apprehensive to it for food preparation. contain you spoken to your landlord about the problem? Is that up to rental code?

  180. Piper Peyton A. says:

    ps–Where were all you MelMac fans when I was trying to paddle some grave product on eBay?!??!?!

  181. Dustin.Danny.Korbin says:

    I created an enchanted passageway in my hallway, with branches nailed to the walls and bent overhead against the ceiling. Everyone always freaks out about them. There are some [really bad] pictures here. (The develop is cooler in my standard lighting, but it was impossible to capture without the camera flash.)

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