How Martha Stewart Organizes The Laundry Room – Cnn.com

How Martha Stewart Organizes The Laundry Room – Cnn.com

W Hotels Worldwide reveals multi-million dollar reimagining of W Chicago – Lakeshore I have a complete set of cleaning and washing and ironing tools and supplies, a good folding table, and excellent sturdy shelving to hold heavier items like soap canisters, cleaning kits, and even extra towels and linens. Martha Stewart Living: 21 ways to decorate your home on a budget I suggest that you revisit your laundry room’s design and make alterations that will indeed turn the frequent tasks of washing, ironing, steaming, and folding into more of a pleasure and less of a chore. You may even opt for a brand-new redesign. Many kitchen cabinetmakers are building cabinets, shelving, and brackets that can be used for other installations, such as in mudrooms, flower rooms, craft rooms, and, yes, even laundry rooms! I’ve highlighted some of my favorite details. I hope they help you to re-imagine your own laundry room, no matter how big or small the space. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.cnn.com/2014/01/17/living/laundry-room-organization-martha-stewart/index.html The large sofa, which can seat up to eight people, and chairs are all upholstered in linen for a natural and relaxed feel. The fabric on some of the pillows resemble the patterns found on horse blankets, reflecting the homeowners daughter, who is a champion horse rider. It has a Western flair without being hokey-pokey Western, Barclay said. Before the remodel, the living room had just a loveseat and a club chair. Walking around the fireplace to the library, the room transitions from comfortable to cozy. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://portlandtribune.com/wsp/140-homes/156658-1960s-ranch-living-room-gets-modern-yet-traditional-makeover...
Living Room Makeover Brings Family Closer Together – Video On Today.com

Living Room Makeover Brings Family Closer Together – Video On Today.com

How Martha Stewart organizes the laundry room – CNN.com >> that’s exactly what you want. everything before, the wrong size of furniture pieces. pieces too big or too small. all the inspiration was pulled from the “today” show set. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.today.com/video/today/53208580/ Dramatic living-room redesign scores hole in one | The San Diego Union-Tribune The house’s only problem was that the room with the most spectacular view the living room was far from spectacular itself. It was drab, most certainly not chic, and filled with old furniture and painted in a cloying shade of bubble gum pink. Andrew wanted a funky space in which he could either relax or entertain guests, so I decided to take my best swing at modernizing his digs. I wanted to give the living room a dramatic, urban feel, but also have it connect with the great outdoors. To kick things off, I covered up the not-so-pretty-in-pink walls with a cool shade of cream. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.utsandiego.com/uniontrib/20060806/news_1hs06divine.html I am thrilled with the result: a windowed, well-apportioned workroom that allows me to do everything a larger laundry room would except for big ironing projects, which can be done easily enough in the adjacent hallway. I have a complete set of cleaning and washing and ironing tools and supplies, a good folding table, and excellent sturdy shelving to hold heavier items like soap canisters, cleaning kits, and even extra towels and linens. Martha Stewart Living: 21 ways to decorate your home on a budget I suggest that you...
Designed For Living: Dining Room Redesign Anything But ‘square’ – Home And Gardening – Northjersey.com

Designed For Living: Dining Room Redesign Anything But ‘square’ – Home And Gardening – Northjersey.com

Redesigners put a new spin on your room – seattlepi.com Both the ceiling and the walls below the chair rails were trimmed out with new moldings to create rectangular patterns. Painted in three shades of gold, the patterns add interest to the room but remain subtle. The new ceiling molding creates a beautiful frame for pendant lights with rectangular silk shades. Where we couldn’t find exactly the right element, we customized it to suit the room. For the focal wall, we originally considered wallpaper. Although we found one in the perfect colors, the squares were too small. So we collaborated with a faux painter to create a similar design, but with proportions better suited to the space. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit...
Dramatic Living-room Redesign Scores Hole In One | The San Diego Union-tribune

Dramatic Living-room Redesign Scores Hole In One | The San Diego Union-tribune

Home & Garden | Redesign at the ready | Seattle Times Newspaper But Andrew was teed off with it because he had no direct access to the paradise that lay beyond. So I replaced the windows with sliding patio doors and two dummy drapery panels in a dramatic, metallic fabric. I turned the second wall into a beautiful statement wall with an ultra-contemporary fireplace that makes use of the entire wall elevation. I used black composite granite for the hearth and mantel; rich wood paneling and textured MDF panels to cover the vertical surfaces and installed an open gas insert surrounded by glimmering glass pieces and backed by iridescent glass tile. I sectioned off the third wall for use as a combination bar/storage/work-space area. I installed a tall storage cabinet for refreshments, a new wall of display shelving that can double as a buffet table, and a little work surface where Andrew can do paperwork. The final wall led into a small dining room, which I decided to redesign as a surprise for Andrew. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.utsandiego.com/uniontrib/20060806/news_1hs06divine.html She says the room has good architecture high ceilings, a big window, nice color but its furniture needs “tightening” (moved closer together), and the room needs focal points to create atmosphere. Williams starts with the sleeper sofas, which are too far apart for Stallings’ liking. Williams tries linking the sectionals with a corner table and the fit is perfect. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://seattletimes.com/html/homegarden/2004004920_interiorredesign10.html 1960s ranch living room gets modern yet traditional makeover (KLM) Latest News...
Redesigners Put A New Spin On Your Room – Seattlepi.com

Redesigners Put A New Spin On Your Room – Seattlepi.com

KLM redesign aims to turn plane cabin into living room Prices are $350 for the two of them for up to four hours and $575 for up to eight hours. On rare occasions, they’ll go shopping with a client, but usually that’s not necessary. “A lot of people will just keep buying things for their home because they think that will fix their home,” Hind says. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.seattlepi.com/news/article/Redesigners-put-a-new-spin-on-your-room-1208178.php The cabin will also feature new full-flat seats that can be reclined horizontally, while strategically placed TVs and partitions ensure greater privacy for passengers. Seats will also come with more storage compartments. The cabin’s carpet, meanwhile, uses recycled bits of old, discarded KLM women’s uniforms. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.canoe.ca/Travel/News/2013/03/25/20683146-relaxnews.html Living room makeover brings family closer together – Video on TODAY.com those couches were not comfortable. want a place where you can all get together. that’s why we’ve put in all of these pieces, they’re comfortable and look good. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit...
Home & Garden | Redesign At The Ready | Seattle Times Newspaper

Home & Garden | Redesign At The Ready | Seattle Times Newspaper

Williams starts with the sleeper sofas, which are too far apart for Stallings’ liking. Williams tries linking the sectionals with a corner table and the fit is perfect. With the sofas established, Williams tests placement for an area rug and coffee table. In a corner opposite the sofas, she sets an old chair from Stallings’ family and a music stand from Fetz’s mother. Williams says this corner needs “weight” to balance the heavy sofas opposite the space. By moving a chair, table and the music stand here, she uses a grouping of three to fill the space and create a visual vignette. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://seattletimes.com/html/homegarden/2004004920_interiorredesign10.html 1960s ranch living room gets modern yet traditional makeover The large sofa, which can seat up to eight people, and chairs are all upholstered in linen for a natural and relaxed feel. The fabric on some of the pillows resemble the patterns found on horse blankets, reflecting the homeowners daughter, who is a champion horse rider. It has a Western flair without being hokey-pokey Western, Barclay said. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit...
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