Dark Wood Dresser Makes Industrial Atmosphere Around The Bedroom

Dark wood dresser come with industrial modes and vintage impression today. Make your dressing well also. Low dressing table design with size 175 cm high, 105 cm long and 46 cm wide. Coffee brown color is very visible antique accordance with the original color of the material is teak wood, there is a small drawer model train and a big drawer that can be used to store valuables or other important papers. If you want other coloring as desired or your taste, we can do by changing other colors may stain darker or any other color. We can also accept orders for products other than the furniture is teak dressing table by using the best quality teak wood.

traditional dark wood dresser with gorgeous designs

traditional dark wood dresser with gorgeous designs

So, in this great occasion we are going to discuss and share about how really inspiring dark wood dresser makes industrial atmosphere around the bedroom. Dark dressing table that is outdated and old can seem new with a touch of new colors through the process of painting. Choose a paint color matching the color and theme of the room as a whole. Not just enough paint, rearrangement dressers are also needed, especially if too much makeup tools scattered on it. Spare parts were deemed outdated, worn, or weathered also need to be replaced to get the transformation dressing table display that is really new. Remove the drawers and shelves that existed at the dressing table and screw s. Remove the light bulb is also all that is in the dressing table at the side of the mirror, if any. Protect parts of the mirror with plaster, newsprint, or other materials that can protect the glass surface of the paint.

overawe dark wood dresser and mirror with seven drawer

overawe dark wood dresser and mirror with seven drawer

Antique dark wood dresser unique designs with 3 drawers

Antique dark wood dresser unique designs with 3 drawers

After that, cover again with plastic until it – really tightly so that there is no gap. And not only mirrors, seat cushion complementing dresser also need to be protected so as not exposed to splashes of paint. Thatโ€™s all we can discuss and share about how really inspiring dark wood dresser makes industrial atmosphere around the bedroom.

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168 thoughts on “Dark Wood Dresser Makes Industrial Atmosphere Around The Bedroom”

  1. Dominik Paxton W. says:

    I to be a sycophant, but I agree completely with Julian.Very chairs! genuine luck and enjoy!

  2. Erik.Daryl says:

    I suggest going BIG.. an L shaped narrow desk that wraps around the kitchen from bookshelf underneath window to your wood cart/counter. the desk out of ash or pine (same color as your cart/counter) and painting your kitchen table and bookshelf your color(s) to mix things up. Definitely lose the desk/office chair and replace it with one that can double as extra seating at the kitchen table or at least looks less office like. For the window with a roman shade with a pattern that coordinates with your kitchen table color.

  3. Jocelyn Aliza Salma X. says:

    Your cat looks nearly identical to mine. Different face markings but the rest is a spitting image xD

  4. Bella says:

    Jenniferbnyc – Image 7 is my apartment as it looked last May. The chairs were an inexpensive Craigslist find, and Chrisdy is that you can something similar easily. The table was from a vintage shop in PA and had hairpin legs. I covered the dingy, veneered wood top with oilcloth fabric.

  5. Xzavier German Cornelius X. says:

    So disappointing to hear. I wonder if you can exercise the 20% off coupons?

  6. Rosemary 2006 says:

    concrete floors. you know how they were finished besides polishing? Acid stain? new micro layer over existing concrete?

  7. Scarlett.Khloe says:

    Lindsey Kathlene, Crate and Barrel has some really similar ones, for about two bucks a pop!

  8. Sheldon.2002 says:

    Beautiful, detached and uncluttered! I wish I would heard the “organize your photos” advice 14 months ago …

  9. Allison Phoenix Estella says:

    Please expose who produced that painting in the dinning room area. A link to their work would be greatly appreciated. You house is wonderful.

  10. Brooke.1994 says:

    This is a really compromise! That said, I affection Kohler Memoirs sinks — so pretty. Had a “Classic” one in the master bath in our vintage condo and adored it. Fortunately, however, we had a linen closet to store stuff TP and additional towels just outside the bathroom. In a previous condo, we had the”Stately,” which provided some extra surface for a soap pump and hand towel. Again, we were fortunate to a linin closet nearby — this time in the bathroom.

  11. Armani Houston Keven P. says:

    this is going to be so good! we were planning to the Ramsjo white, and at the extremely last – a few days before we placed the final explain – we switched to applad (the second least expensive option). Our kitchen also gives a nod to the house age (over 115 years old!) and victorian character – with hex mosaic floors and pressed tin ceilings – but the clean modern, sleek cabinets actually quite against that backdrop. And, we are getting ready to paint the walls a light gray from Farrow and Ball (cornforth white).

  12. KayleeValentina says:

    I also had a floor from liquidators. They believe no for the customer or their staff. Their floors are celebrated for cupping and they always blame the customer or contractors. And then tring to earn someone to approach out and a glance at the floor. Yeah right. Sam Sullivan never returned any of my phone calls (12 total). Store manager was left to deal with me and my irate wife. We finally replaced the floor with another company and had a substantial experience. The installer has now refused to deal with liquidators for 5 floors he has seen done, by a few different installers, all the floors contain either cupped, finished bubbling, or spliting. I talked with other who had bellawood flooring installed and not been what was expected. One customer was even told by Sam Sullivan ” you what you pay for!”

  13. Justin-Alberto says:

    I am so delighted that you posted this. I been sort of of Oakland.. but fill noticed the contrast in rent. I live in the sunset, and it takes me between 30-40 minutes on muni to to work. Our lease is up in July so I bear been looking around…. hmmmmmmmm….

  14. RoseJayleenKaiya says:

    Nevermind, I found something perfect on the Linens and Things website.

  15. Erik Jayson Jaylin says:

    sorry, for the third and last comment. sustain the blue in the dining room, but once again replace the shapely with white or light grey. that blue is stunning, especially as it leads the from the couch to the room. luck and it simple!

  16. ElizaEllianaMadisyn says:

    Where are the nightstands from? IKEA, but adorned with antique hardware? I the simplicity of them.

  17. Adele says:

    Ugh. The “comment” by Rick for Rent-Direct is so obviously an ad. Who talks indulge in that? brokers that are exactly the of guys you want to the * away from. Slimy *.

  18. Zariah-Kaelyn-Aliana says:

    There is not we can to whatever people compose inside their fill appartment, be it smoking, cooking or screaming during *. We all pay rent and we all the same rights and responsabilities. Everyone is entitled to relish their personal as they observe fit.

  19. AlayaPaloma says:

    I believe an fabulous collection of fraying bathtowels, half-full shampoo bottles and out of date magazines in my bathrooms…

  20. Amya says:

    I was so to gawk this…I acquire been blown away by this and the and costume design. I so badly want to inch into that bed in a satin slip!

  21. Avery Aryan Malakai says:

    The wallpaper is STUNNING, and the little vignette with the chair and bar cart is TOGETHER. I agree that the windows are best left as bare as possible–why not off the trim? exhaust simple shades inside the desirable when needed. The sofa, though a color, would be better larger and providing a better anchor for the room. I agree with a better mirror as well. Many comments here to consider, and I agree with most, but I it is a dazzling start!

  22. Phoenix.1964 says:

    I wish I could contain seen how you decorated the bathroom(s), sigh….MC

  23. Jakob F. says:

    My mom had cork flooring installed on her kitchen floor several years ago. She feeble a cork */plank flooring that she ordered from Expo create Center, the residence Depot division. The flooring came in different colors which notice kindly in the * do and is quite durable.

  24. ScarlettLillianOakley says:

    I agree with others here who recommended painting the bathroom cabinets white. When I moved into my new area a year ago, the bathroom was virtually identical to your picture. Painting the cabinets made the room a whole current space….very light and airy. I also replaced the shower curtain with something patterned against a white background; again, it visually opened the whole plot up for extremely moolah.

  25. Bradyn F. says:

    stacksandstacks.com has lots of carts – at reasonable prices. I ordered mine from there and believe been extremely elated with it.this one is end to your dimensions, but is on the bottom…

  26. TalanZZZ says:

    this trick for years, rather than toothpicks I bear match sticks, or even wooden plugs whittled from scrap wood. For extra holding I recommend gluing them in with any type of wood glue, it makes a more permanent fix.

  27. Briley says:

    The bedroom stenciling (aka the wallpaper I was TO ORDER) is amazing. Can you give a source for the stencil, or technique or anything to a fellow Chicagoan?? Also, your plants are immaculate, and I each and every one of them. admire this tour, you made a dazzling standard Chicago expedient into something warm, welcoming, fun, and stylish.

  28. Estevan says:

    Calling grilled hot dogs and hamburgers “barbecue”. * for latin americans! And calling your country America, when in our minds America is the whole continent. We say US…

  29. Andrew Bobby P. says:

    I read a few years that people who live in homes with second stories or stairs that enjoy to climb daily, live longer because of the added they get. Ironic that the stairs will now be a detriment to their health later in life. I talk to seniors every day through my job and many of them in their 80s and even 90s are aloof living in their homes. Funny, when I someone in their 70s, I now believe of them being in their middle life and not seniors at all.

  30. Tatiana.66 says:

    love, love, love.the navy! the grey! the “orangerie”! : i it all. i affection the fabric on the chairs in the living room. the simple master medding and the spindly four poster.your POV is lovely. these beautiful JP tours construct me want to give up my back Bay for spaaaaaace.

  31. Shane-999 says:

    @judith z Yes! The bed appears to from wall to wall. A cramped space, indeed, but the bed is everything. It looks so comfy!

  32. AlisonSariah says:

    As a person who works in a Museum with those “fancy letters”, I second a space luxuriate in FastSigns or JiffySigns or whatever print/sign store you in your area.They can be pricey depending on the amount of text and letter size. The materials are cheap, but it takes them hours to “*” the unused vinyl out from between letters.

  33. Holden Javon Tristian says:

    @JeraldTomatoes grow well in a bog. I fill a 300 gallon round stock tank I for a goldfish pond, filtered by a 60 gallon bog that is a foot deep. I contain 2 standard indeterminate tomatoes (caged) in the bog, and they are crazy now…

  34. Axel.Matteo says:

    I am really enjoying following the of this, and am to ogle what it turns into. LOL at the cats!

  35. Madison.Freya.Heidi says:

    I correct finished making on of these using the tutorial. Check it out here…

  36. Drake Leland W. says:

    I am going into my third year of having mason bees in my yard. the tubes, not a block with holes drilled. The later attracts other pests. I pull the tubes out of the house when they are done laying and store them in a shed in a mesh bag. This protects the larvae and cocoons from predators. Then in the fall I harvest the cocoons and store in the refrigerator in a humidity chamber. They dart out into the house, on top of current tubes, in the spring. Crown Bees does a newsletter telling you what you need to beget each month [including how to deal with mold on the cocoons in the winter.]Terry in Silver Spring is right. Size is key. I build out mason bee size tubes in the spring and am planning to leaf cutter bee size ones out a itsy-bitsy later. However you can detached other things, especially yellow jackets, in your tubes which is why I store them when the mason bees are done laying.

  37. KateKarlaLailah says:

    Er, on toast, in yoghurt, on porridge? I cakes and puddings that beget honey in rather than sugar. I it mixed with yoghurt in a face conceal too.

  38. SergioWillJaron says:

    You successfully made it older than it looked previously. Personally, I am not a fan. They should beget painted the walls a pale pale yellow, and the dresser a light grey. THAT would be beautiful. OR stained the wood, and changed the pulls, luxuriate in soooo many other commenters posted.But, to each his absorb I suppose.

  39. Lauren-Nylah-Maliah says:

    I the whole crib bedding set! I contain had my on it for sometime now. The plush blanket is also elegant cute!! THANKS!!

  40. Jace Blaine Kylan N. says:

    Wren–Commit to doing SOMETHING every day. a timer for an hour an work til it rings.Start small, in contained areas.Visualize the first step (a manageable one) before you home. Jump in when you there.Plan in milestones that motivate you. For me, it was holding the “styling” hostage until I did more mundane things devour purge paperwork.

  41. Nathaly Y. says:

    @PHM I agree, as when I was renting, every residence had carpet except the kitchen and bathroom. I did live in one mature that did the hardwood floors, but those places are hard to by, rarely pop up on the market, and now extremely expensive. Carpet can be replaced cheaply and slap a fresh coat of paint on the walls and an apartment is ready to go. That is why most landlords that route. At least here in the LA area. Other parts of the country are different, as mentioned before. Personally I catch hardwood floors, but it is too slippery for my aging pups so carrpet it is for me, as their health is more important. And I am really friends with my carpet steam cleaning guy. been using the same company for over 20 years.

  42. MeganIvory says:

    The apples are from new zealand because they are out of season!Buy an organic peach or cherries or melon instead.

  43. Nigel_Malaki_Rishi says:

    hi, i the bedroom must by kids, they need there home to sleep play and read. I an notion about your space, trying to the cost low, and achieve nothing to examine your living room small. A custom made divider – easy to built even by you – faded as sofa and bookcase too. gawk at these pics a made for you.

  44. Sheldon Remington Matthias says:

    You bear a vote from me. agree with ec05 the wallpaper has me “stepping out of the box”Great backdrop for the light reflecting off of it ..an additional Inhancement.One suggestion..put up pics of you and hubby..which will be romantic and more personal too.

  45. Kaylynn H. says:

    So intriguing. Beautiful, but as far as I can none of it comes from IKEA.

  46. Gwendolyn Amaris Milania P. says:

    consume your phone – especially if you acquire a smartphone an iPhone.

  47. Sarah-Kyla-Winter says:

    “Ever a guest from California freak out when you leave the water running as you carry out the dishes or brush your teeth?”heheh, i to admit i recognized myself in this comment. yeah, we can be a bit * that way. the east coasters i visited seemed to it amusing.

  48. Kalani.Rosalyn says:

    You an amazingly glowing home. It reminded me of a you in a movie that is so perfect and warm that you rewinding so you can fetch more details. Fantastic.

  49. EdenSerenaJaylee says:

    @Queen of Utopia: That last point referred to having walls.

  50. Maya Beatrice says:

    apartment. I relish the crispness and lack of clutter. Because it is so crisp and uncluttered, a bit more color (for example, a light, neutral wall color other than white, a few plants, etc.) would mighty to personalize and warm up your apartment. I also noticed that there were tchotchkes where personal photos might go, on the wall shelves in your bedroom. It makes your dwelling notice more “showroom” than “home.” It is a balancing act (in my clutter and “personality” are winning by a wide margin– this is not better). Overall though, it is quite nice, and is an inspiration to me to declutter! ๐Ÿ™‚

  51. Trevon Warren Dylon N. says:

    I we all voted to retire “pops of color”? It can along with “curated” to wherever “whimsical” went to die.

  52. Serena.Jayda says:

    The best of both worlds – a flowering plant. We an orchid that was in bloom for several months, then sent out shoots and bloomed for several more months.Actually, I only flowers if they came from my garden., especially peonies, which are dazzling and contain a scent.

  53. Peter.Reese.Leonel says:

    We also try to beget the tenant knws when we are out of town so they can lose!

  54. Itzayana-33 says:

    @fjordbrit The trick to keeping plants in light (yes, ZZ is considered a light plant,) is to distinct the soil gets almost dry between waterings. And that means all the to the bottom of the *. Test the soil with a moisture meter, or even a thin wooden dowel or kebob skewer – push all the intention to bottom of *, pull up and feel. Should be dry. If you fair feel the surface, the soil underneath, where the roots are, may be damp.

  55. Jabari says:

    For those looking for a free alternative to creating pixel-based art from photos there is an online app that will let you build it called Heavy Mural – heavymural.comYou can a picture from your local computer and it will convert it to pixel art. There are some settings you can play with to change colors, scale, etc. And when you are blissful you can print out instructions for your mural as well.Hope that helps someone.

  56. Mark Camron Braylen H. says:

    art – I luxuriate in independant art/design, and am especially fervent in some local shops, designers, etc, for housegoods, fashion, or anything. Thanks!

  57. Kendrick_Jaydin says:

    I agree with peg.lopez.5.Every election has a winner and a loser. Both need to be gracious, whether or not the outcome went “your” way. That is allotment of being an *. Now the action needed is to unite to do the country to its potential.Many people are feeling that their voices were finally heard this time around. Please listen to everyone, not those who are loudest.

  58. Allie says:

    I had a lot of these toys at a child. I was born the same year Cabbage Patch Kids came out and my mom was one of those crazy ladies that fought to one for my first Christmas.

  59. Felipe Jaylan Korey says:

    Wow! I am always so impressed by people who the dream to something potentially comely out of what others may discard.

  60. Hayden-Rodney says:

    I this apt. My only opinion – which is a personal perferrence – is I would kept the kitchen counter. Updated and scaled on the counter width. I acquire bake and cook so I would need a prep space.Everything else is simplely well designed.

  61. Ernest.99 says:

    Not definite I really why the of St. Peter is on the galaxy one – is the inverted becoming a trend? I saw a young woman last week wearing leggings covered in them.

  62. Moises says:

    ALL the paint colors. Can you let me know color in kitchen and bathroom?I am thinking of Arbor Vine by Freshaire for either but would savor options!

  63. SuttonBonnie says:

    Simple solution: acquire those shelves with so many books you cannot even the adjustable metal bits.Also, Martha Stewart once did an article that included ideas for adjustable shelving. It suggested camouflaging the hardware in the by painting it the same color as the wall and making the shelves themselves peek a bit more huge with wider orderly pieces on all sides (which will also hide the metal brackets).

  64. JacobAlijahDevyn says:

    funny..I sent in a that hasnt been posted yet about using bamboo flooring planks to a hot water pipe.You should check out this company.www.fairpacific.com They are supposed to the most durable and best made bamboo flooring, etc.

  65. Adalynn_Alyvia says:

    My tv was on a corner for about a year and it was nice. Now my mom has placed it against a wall and the couch in an wall but not in front of. Can I admit we watching tv lay down on our couch?

  66. Sawyer66 says:

    HA! I voted SuperCool solely based on the best aspect of living “No need to yell”.

  67. Nataly says:

    May I ask about the rattan couch? I live in Hawaii and been struggling with the lack of affordable finds since we moved here — even on Craigslist (the same 3 box stores coming up!). Rattan is popular, and your UH-mazing couch gave me a re-upholstery DIY inspiration! May I ask where the fabric is from, and if you had it professionally done? Thanks!!

  68. Stephen.Frankie.Jamir says:

    Pay attention investors with some cash: region up a cable operation where everything is ala carte. Let me pay for ONLY the channels I want. trust me, you will be filthy rich beyond your wildest dreams in a few short years, as you will 99.99999% of all TVs in the SUA, maybe the WORLD!

  69. Emilio M. says:

    In my opinion, most of the merchandise in Anthropoligie is grossly overpriced. I budge there just to the inventive displays, and maybe check out the bargain room.

  70. Londyn Moriah W. says:

    I believe the same loyal mugs in chronicle three hanging in my kitchen

  71. Emma.Sawyer.Armani says:

    Kathryn–What about those panels of canvas called “Shade Sails” or somthing that… usually triangular pieces of sail-grade canvas, stretched on high-tension wires compose various wall anchor points…

  72. Gabriella-Melina-Maliah says:

    I a lot of imported carpet with fringe. Anyone tried one of these with carpets and hardwood floors?

  73. Emmaline says:

    As a typical young Santa Barbarian with studen loans and a tight budget, thanks for giving me hope! I want to live in a bungalow someday!

  74. Kyleigh Sylvie says:

    fetch One in Chicago always has a ton:

  75. Amaris says:

    I also would to look a how-to post. I bear been wanting to install wall-mounted shelves in my kitchen for a while but acquire been haunted that I might damage the wall or cause some other mishap.

  76. Jamal says:

    What a hoot! I started searching and found all this. With so many of us wanting this chair, THE CHAIR, somebody really needs to acquire the thing… and at a reasonable price!

  77. Larry-Prince says:

    ok, I just musty it and thin set. I enjoy never done tile work or grout anything in my life. However I did a kitchen backsplash with 3×6 subway tiles and 12 in alternating color runs of 1/2 webbed glass tiles. since this was first time i was intrigued by the simple mat. the first corner of kitchen I archaic this. the idea is but before I even moved on to thin here is what i found. simplemat is completely unforgiving and seems to dry out fleet but is inconsistent. when the tiles stick, they stick, you cannot reposition the tile as it will apt “rebound” to where it was. Then there were the places where the adhesive had dried out. a couple of tiles impartial would not stick and would off minutes later. i actually objective had to spray adhesive on those tiles honest to done. Now i did to point that i was able to grout this wall and it came out spacious looking however, after spending so distinguished time cutting tiles and carefully spacing them apart, you kinda dont want to peek them off the wall no matter where you are during the project. Next thinset. again first time ever doing this. application really wasnt that bad. It was actually easier and you could manipulate tiles into area easier than the simplemat. bottom line is that thinset really wasnt that using, simplemat really wasnt THAT user friendy based on the fact if it dried just slightly, tiles wont stick. also if the tile does stick, simplemat is not forgiving you cannot simply “slide” tiles over. using thinset turned out quicker and easier. I was quite surprised based on the advertising and zero experience with either.

  78. SofiaAddisonBrinley says:

    Ooh I luxuriate in the ones by Maria Janosko. For cheap artwork, I also be pleased stretched canvases – if you are feeling crafty you can achieve your art.

  79. Jazlynn T. says:

    @esotericaraThe DMA is free, the Nasher does a free movie in their garden, the KWP( the park covering the highway downtown always has free events going on. The street car in uptown is free, for a glide on the Katy trail, or the new trinity accelerate by the river, etc. There is so to for free in Dallas.

  80. Martin.Quinton.Dashawn says:

    i personally delight in a room with a more color and believe been de-beige-ing my house for the last four years.i bask in the color of the office and would probably with something that had a dinky more oomph to it but was aloof on the more toned down/neutral side that would compliment that red/red-orange tone and would off those delicate floors you have. if you want to conclude beige, i say effect a richer beige.

  81. Nyla_Shelby_Frida says:

    I could not even consume my card last visit to my dwelling country Sweden, so this is awesome!!

  82. MakaiDexterDarion says:

    Ottawa, Ontario area. I actually cleaned houses myself up until about a year ago. I had tons of experience both with companies and on my own, and brought my contain sanitized cleaning supplies. I charged $25/hour, and a basic 3-bedroom, 2 1/2 bath (no basement) would grasp about 4-5 hours. So on average clients paid $125 per clean.

  83. Kelly says:

    I always bewitch AT posts fire hazards to generate traffic.Why not post something truly usefull enjoy finding ten inexpensive not-to-* ceiling lights and instructions for swapping them out.

  84. Shawn Maximus Harry V. says:

    Jaclyn, the palms that are prominently displayed in the first image strongly expose that the fiance maintains his absorb residence.

  85. Armando.Marvin.Fisher says:

    For the budget-conscious there is this one from Bed Bath and Beyond:

  86. Alessandra says:

    Yes! Let everybody know. FB, Yelp, BBB, realtors,and everywhere you can. Many people, as you should from now on, mutter and other websites to check on companies they are thinking of using.

  87. Izaiah says:

    I care for the FP one. My limited guy got one for christmas and well that camera was dropped, kicked, thrown, and achieve in the snow. And takes pictures.He does enjoy a different perspective, but i got a bigger memory card and well every month I through them and and delete the pictures of nothing. we usually waste up with about 100.The only negative thing is it takes 4 AA batteries. So rechargables are a plus.

  88. Julien Frankie Travon says:

    I know a few people who exercise Task Rabbit to stuff from Ikea. You can even acquire a rabbit assemble it!

  89. Emersyn-Dayana-Erika says:

    This is a broad list, but almost nothing is actually an antique.At a minimum, an “antique” is something 100 years old. Purists “antique” to mean hand-made furnishings from before the Industrial Revolution.But enough pedantry. Everything on your list is gorgeous.

  90. Cora_Freya says:

    I believe never heard of stereopsis till now. Now that i believe of it i did a liddy dizzy when i went and saw a 3D movie at the theater. I only felt that for only about 20 minutes after the movie and after that i was fine. I wouldnt 3D stuff all the time. I would only 3D stuff on a special occasion to be safe.Magic Of Making Up

  91. Hannah says:

    You got my vote, looking apartment with painted walls that are with vibrate colors, it helps the furnishing stand out. Thanks for sharing.

  92. Abraham-Johnathon-Kason says:

    big inspirational space… We fill the same desk with the glass top!

  93. Madisyn Abril T. says:

    Jen.. Thank you for your sweet comment! Ya know .. i just out things thats me want to smile and sometimes others smile with me! BUT I will let you in on a secret.. Shhhh.. I this house might be magical. Tis true! (Mums the word!) so anywho… I hope you are having a blooming day!! Elise*

  94. Orion Q. says:

    Im with ChrisB. I only capture things I absolutely need, things that will last, or things that can be hacked/altered.

  95. Hunter Abraham Nickolas R. says:

    The after is not my fashion but there is one idea I care for here, which is using wallpaper to define that dining area. It makes it really feel almost a separate room, while calm keeping the dwelling open. I could this being well executed by someone else. Especially because an L-shaped interior is in apartments, and a lot of people are not quite definite how to tackle them.

  96. Manuel_Casey says:

    Really nicely done!. I the gold chair and pillow, which fantastic. And the pillows are exceptional. (I envy your sewers.) Is the pallet comfortable?

  97. Jolie Kai says:

    $50: A couple of those beachy chairs Ikea has this season, in red, for the patio. $500: Another rain barrel and a fabulous vertical trellis (and install) for tomatoes. $5000: consult, labor and plants to earn RID OF THE GRASS in the front yard, or at least some of it.

  98. Brandon.Kane.Samir says:

    Lovely!I beg to differ on the exclaim of installing the wall moldings. It can be done by an * with the proper tools (miter saw, measuring tape, level, hammer & nails) and a tendency towards carefulness. The molding itself is inexpensive.

  99. Amirah says:

    WOW bag Back, Inc.What an innovative & versatile system that allows me to custom accomplish what I want, all with the vintage industrial feel. affection the adjustable features/options. Especially that when I want to change the entire room (yearly), I can bolt to abet – not my husband, the Carpenter – for current components and system redesign. This is the deal. A must have.

  100. Alyssa.Lilyanna.Meilani says:

    tam-tbag-I beget a in mind of my one-year son gnawing on the legs of an armchair…or a dinner guest who has had one too many, perhaps. You made my day.

  101. Clara Lexi Yaretzi Y. says:

    @Bunraku Honestly, I all cabinets would beget looked great!

  102. Raphael Cullen Immanuel F. says:

    I always wondered though…do plants survive even though they are all covered up?

  103. ReeseNinaRaelyn says:

    Moop makes messenger fashion bags for kids. I enjoy one myself. http://www.moopshop.com

  104. Izabella Anya Ari says:

    @carolyn@home There are also a TON of really rich people in NYC/Brookyn who can afford it. I would guess this is one of them. And this Brooklynite will never problems selling.

  105. Gwen@666 says:

    I a astronomical collection of magazines I want to display…anyone it for magazines? Thanks!

  106. Jaime V. says:

    There is currently a inventory of Victorian bungalows in my for sale that bear all been hit by the same flipping company, and it makes me sick to my stomach that they been stripped of all character. Kitchen ripped out and replaced with residence Depot *, also walls knocked out to it “open.” All the fresh window and moulding trims – gone. All the novel transoms – gone. current wood flooring – carpeted…it really does literally me sick.

  107. Gregory Titus says:

    @MNTNGR, collection. The Pitchfork Festival is coming up and my thing is going through the concert art tent and spending a money.

  108. Keith Abel Franco U. says:

    Another agreement on the tribute to Ms. Hepburn. As comely as she was outside, inside she was more beautiful. Despite early severe challenges that included having been subjected to malnutrition during the war, which weakened her constitution for life, she did varied and edifying work, HollyP commented.

  109. Braelynn Dalary D. says:

    the unpainted cabinet looks enjoy it could be a Conant-Ball Russel Wright-designed piece.

  110. Aydin_Rocky says:

    bag one! After absorbing into a spot with too a kitchen for a normal size dishwasher I was so ecstatic to glimpse that they came in all sorts of sizes.

  111. Madisyn-Ryann says:

    Looks be pleased a lot of toe-catchers there. Did they not plane the wood to the same thickness? Also, i would beget them to the same width but otherwise, not bad.

  112. Levi Gael says:

    My kids are 11, 9, 4 & 10 mos. These are tried & for all of my kids over the yrs.:Lego anythingThis drill “game”:

  113. Isla says:

    I IT!! I wish i had that rug in the living room! Kudos to you for doing your thing!

  114. Jocelyn-Galilea-Christine says:

    Candles is a apt idea. I agree w/GG, I the crisp air and I also appreciate the leaves.

  115. Vincenzo says:

    I love, love, love. This is my dream!One comment though: the framed describe in the 2nd photo looks too high. Are you trying to match the windows???

  116. ChadCarmeloNash says:

    one microscopic problem.. even if i was willing to collect *.. my router doesnt believe antennas on the outside of the box.. they are built in.. then what?

  117. Miles Jaidyn says:

    Clever design of stabilizing the bottom of the teepee, which I is the biggest with them.

  118. Evelyn Fatima says:

    Plenty of Christmas wrapping paper can be for birthdays and weddings. I bought some dark and white paper for a wedding I am going to this summer that was only 50 cents!http://oflifeslemons.blogspot.com

  119. Ricardo Holden Leland V. says:

    Never underestimate the power of small! This apartment is a example of making the best of what you have. From flea market finds to the occasional deluxe item, placement and color balance.Mega kuddos!

  120. Brooklyn Alexandria X. says:

    at the website. This particular designer likes using black, white and gloomy greys. Is this too sophisticated for a young boy? I it depends on the child, but no mention if this designer even discussed elements the boy wanted for his room.

  121. Olive says:

    Personally, I assume smartbargains.com has a better selection and with an online coupon I got a 5 x 8 wool pile rug for about $200. The quality is decent, takes a while for the shedding to ease!

  122. DashawnDavian says:

    I admire Zappos and beget been a customer from the start! Thanks for having this amazing giveaway!

  123. Isla Lilliana Iliana Y. says:

    I fill lived directly across from busy express stations and now live a block from a major interstate, and a couple of blocks from a major hospital that is the destination for dozens of ambulances. As several posters beget mentioned, it is not as of a to deal with ambient noise as it is to deal with infrequent and loud sounds. loud motorcycles in the middle of the night are a for me. Also, recently a traffic signal was installed across from my house. What had been a constant din of cars (that I found easy to tune out) was replaced by braking and accelerating sounds. During bound “hour” (which in Portland, Oregon, starts at 7 am and goes until 10 am, then again 3-6 pm), the braking and accelerating sounds are really horrible. I can no longer our at those times. Replacing our windows helped, but has not completely changed the situation. It is also a for me at night if one of my condo neighbors decides to glimpse a movie or vacuuming when I am trying to sleep. But some people are not bothered by noise. For instance, my husband can sleep through all of this. It does not bother him at all.

  124. Paislee_Tori says:

    Okay, to add to all the Oakland stories….I rent a unit in a duplex that burned down several years ago. The fire was supposedly caused by electrical due to tenants who had too many pets in aquariums with lights. I deem there were other things in those “aquariums.”I had a friend me in a sort of poetic that if there is a fire in a house, the spirit of the fire never really ever burns out (his childhood area burned down twice). That kinda creeped me out.

  125. Timothy says:

    also, a enormous planting box in front of the converted garage filled with similar plantings to those on the left side will advantage to tie that side of the house in with the rest of it

  126. Gilbert Devyn E. says:

    Coca ColaA metalurgist told us about it several years ago. My kids faded cola to their bike handbars sparkle. Now imagine what that rust remover does to your insides. Tastes appreciate sweetened * too!

  127. Terrence66 says:

    what an astounding place–that is quite a feat to get two stylish young ladies and their cat ๐Ÿ˜‰ into one apartment and it so and fun!

  128. Valerie says:

    Our living room has a similar layout and square footage. We did divide the room in two parts using the sofa and a rolling console unit as partitions. My flickr feed might illustrate this a bit better:

  129. Prince says:

    yay, pics taken from same angle! lavender counter & overweight flourescents change, but after is five kinds mixed & looks a before. with same funds & time, one might a counter without steel, different tile or backsplash matching counter at 4″ or at height of stove backboard/refrigerator lower door (looks to be same), cabs at least on dishwasher wall, no shelves by stove. those faded refrigerators pleasant but are less efficient & may leak freon (not good). removed ceiling makes same footprint explore distinguished larger & airier.

  130. Ethen says:

    Oh, Marie! SPAM as a housewarming gift?! the beef gravy and throw those friends away!! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  131. Jamarion says:

    I esteem the feeling of the the gent in the top photo has created for himself. Can you please link to the tour featuring his abode?Many thanks!

  132. Maxwell Mauricio U. says:

    @fjordbrit agreeable observation. Our modern intent was to not a step up, but to hot mop the entire position (as we were told we needed to do) was cost prohibitive. So we made the adjustment and achieved the same we were after.

  133. Ayden.Roberto.Oswaldo says:

    I had taken the colour acuity test long time ago (I believe it was posted on AT design back). Today, I took the colour personality test and holy guacamole, it really freaked me out how * on it was. The extremely first page made me jumped up a bit and it unbiased kept repeating itself with each following page. I did the test around lunch time but at that time, I kept getting a gateway error when I was trying to read the comments (I was to how it worked for others).

  134. Liam Royce says:

    I would it light and airy (and not red). Perhaps the Hans Wegner shell chair?

  135. Angelo Enrique German J. says:

    Mr Green ( as usual) you are incorrect. You didnt read the you cited. There isnt any scientific evidence to say that stationary bar soaps cause more ILLNESS than mobile bar soap or liquid soap. We ( in the medical and public health community) evidence that generally bar soaps a higher microbial load than liquid soaps

  136. Joan says:

    i steaming (cannot iron to my life) but my new steamer is so tiny, i need to refill it all the time. this would be perfect!

  137. GilbertoStanleyGuadalupe says:

    Always * the bed when you are leaving, try not to your luggage though the house and leave a envelope with $20 for the maid / cleaning lady if your hosts fill one.

  138. Aaliyah Carolyn Sylvie I. says:

    I am from Malaysia and it is a humid and warm country. I consider the owner did a profitable job with the shelves but he may want to the caps on for the legs of the shelves before it becomes moldy or begin to rot as he may once in a while wash the bathroom floor and it will time to dry with the high humidity. That is what I did with my Gorm in my bathroom.

  139. Sophia says:

    job! I build an inaugurate shelf BELOW by cabinets in the same as hers ( but mine are white) as i exhaust all that storage. I achieve my detergent jug up there and correct the door to squeeze the spout to the detergent when needed. That it is out of site. I did exercise a glass canister for the powder but switched to liquid.

  140. Eleanor.Kamryn.Landry says:

    Because of space, I alternate each glass – one up/one down. It saves room on the shelf.

  141. Eve 66 says:

    @Janel Laban, Executive Editor: Thank you, Janel…I am so about separation that I was going to ask you to discontinue with me for awhile! ๐Ÿ˜€

  142. Eden Tiffany says:

    I always welcome fresh ideas on what to create with feeble T-Shirts! Especially adore the macrame. Please check out my line of recycled T-Shirt clothing and other crafty ideas for keeping Tees out of landfills.

  143. Abel2010 says:

    thanks! we the Eric Carle and Peekaboo Forest and them. I always am alive to in apps.

  144. Justice-911 says:

    I relish this:

  145. Caleb Ramon says:

    appreciate the case goods. Is one a vintage stereo cabinet? Oh Charlie Girl arrive here and let me lavish onto you.

  146. Albert@777 says:

    This is going to be so useful! I never would idea July and August in London are the cheapest although I guess it depends on events happening throughout the year.

  147. Rachel_Jaycee_Moriah says:

    This one is similar for almost half the of the original

  148. Dallas@2000 says:

    DC Sarah-Depending on which size top you choose, it runs between $250 and $450. I the cocktail table of this as my coffee table and the finishes they exercise are really beautiful… extremely rich and shiny. I contain the dim espresso and my only complaint is how considerable it shows the dust! :)For the specific pricing info, check their catalog:

  149. Devin_Mauricio_Asa says:

    @confounded I had to my bed before my mother would drive me to school. When I stand up from the bed I already analyzed the disarray and mentally know the fastest design to realign the bedding. you’d be surprised how hasty you can the bed if you accomplish it before you allow yourself to bound to the bathroom!

  150. Emilia Skye says:

    i worked an hour extra today and was generally feeling anxious about being schedule until someone asked about the google lenses. my favorable building must be wondering what was so funny. thank you for that sincere, subtle, and comely moment of pure humor. I am grateful.

  151. Ayden says:

    I a narrow living room and three furnishing decisions I made helped.First, the flat tv was placed in the corner on a desk, as far as it could go, with a stool in front of the desk. This provided a position to compose mail/paperwork and a spare seat for conversation, without adding furniture.Second: I placed a 16″ wide bookcase on its side against a wall that could not accommodate chairs/couch (it was the wall in a through-way), and this served as storage and a bench for additional seating.Third: I had one floating reading chair which I placed a storage ottoman. This allowed someone to sit on the ottoman and talk to the person sitting on the bookcase/bench, thus creating two conversation areas.

  152. Talia_Lorelei_Esperanza says:

    #2 I assume the texture with shiney would be great. I a cheap Flokati rug and the shedding is not a problem. Those flat weave wool rugs, even the hand woven ones will shed anyway.

  153. Jordyn Keira M. says:

    really truly that tile work. i want to duplicate that in my non-existent home that i own. one suggestion: i would a white shower curtain in there to really build that tilework stand out, instead of competing with the curtain in there now.

  154. Imani-Scarlette says:

    4th floor of a historic building.We beget elevators but the one in the lobby was preserved.

  155. Scott Kellen M. says:

    tour of both units โ€”โ€”Highly requested!!! You gave us unprejudiced a taste – now we want the * meal!!!

  156. Caylee says:

    Not definite if it counts, but we did one before I was preggo. We had been “trying” for a few months, but we knew this would be our last hurrah pre-children. We took a glide to Bermuda.We took a smaller weekend away when I was in my 2nd trimester. We stayed at a gracious B&B and went to affection restaurants.And yes, I recommend it!

  157. Ayden Trevon Enzo says:

    Scan musty documents and store the digitally…minimize file space.

  158. Alexandria_Oakley says:

    The petal rug in yellow is great. I not reccomend it for heavy traffic areas as it dirties rather easily. Other than that, it is fab.

  159. Justus.33 says:

    This looks so great larger than 420 SF – thanks for the other pics. You did an job, and thanks for the info on the vinyl floors. apt to contemplate the items you picked off my local CL! I often lack patience to scour for a particular item that I want, but it totally paid off!

  160. Alfredo33 says:

    I care for my washer-dryer SO MUCH.I desperately wish I had some beget of combo-dishwasher mini thing. I went from a medium-sized kitchen with a colossal fridge-freezer and a enormous dishwasher and double sinks…. to a mini kitchen with a mini fridge and a mini sink and no dishwasher. Boo.

  161. CalebElmerCael says:

    Well I appreciate it so better now that I fill seen the top as a dollhouse. Cool. I might believe to contemplate at the goodwill for something I can accomplish into a bench.

  162. Carla says:

    @blakrol thanks for your comment! This is our first winter in the apartment, so we were hoping they would acquire it. We consulted before we got them for a plant that thrived in higher heat. So far, so good!Jessica

  163. Chase Seth Roy says:

    Beautiful. I agree with one of the posters above, and went through this a few times, each time finding current beauty. As for the prosthetics, my grandfather wore a prosthetic, and later in his life owned a company that made them (in the 50s). I deem that using them as art is a tribute to craftsmanship and the hope they provided, rather than representation of the gloomy circumstances that made them necessary. Kudos to you for your glowing home. And that glass topped table in the corner is amazing.

  164. Alivia Nia R. says:

    CHEAP! Wallpaper Stripper1 white vinegar1 HOT waterI dilapidated Paper Tiger (tool) to perforate wallpaper.Soaked wallpaper with vinegar solution.Scraped off with enormous putty knife.Tip: the more solution, the better.Tip: keep more than one sprayer bottle ready to hotfoot – sitting in the sink burly of hot water.We did enormous living room, great hallway and bathroom for not more than a few dollars.Only a few hours of smelly vinegar then it simply smelled oh so squeaky clean.

  165. Mauricio_Ralph says:

    Oklahoma Museums!Philbrook Museum Of Art http://www.philbrook.org2727 South Rockford Road, Tulsa, OK 74114 ph: 918 749-7941Oklahoma City Museum of Art http://www.okcmoa.com415 Couch Drive, Oklahoma City, OK 73102 ph: 405 236-3100

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