Living-dining dilemma? Try a elementary swap.
June 30, 2016 - table lamp
Brad Heller and Derek Haberzettl bought a split-level home in Springfield final Jul though haven’t had time to adorn it. They wish to tackle a vital and dining area though are on a parsimonious budget. They need assistance with seat chain and selecting art and colors.
Designer Susan Jamieson swaps a vital and dining areas to emanate a some-more organic and insinuate space. She uses a room divider (not shown) to settle an entrance space and updates existent seat with paint.
Warm adult a dual spaces with identical grays: Benjamin Moore’s Balboa Mist in a dining area and Cumulus Cloud in a vital room. Save income by enhancing existent furniture. Add colorful pillows and art, and paint a vital room cupboard (not shown in rendering) Lakeside Cabin by Benjamin Moore. Don’t be fearful to put seat in front of a window. Arranging pattern subsequent to a window creates indispensable balance. Mix finishes such as linen, black iron, chrome and healthy timber to emanate regard and interest. Using a smaller space as a vital room adds coziness and still allows for upsurge of transformation between a rooms.
Accessories: Plus pointer printed curtain rug ($49), Laurel Canyon ceramic list flare in blue ($98) and Aaron Morris Arenal art imitation in black matte frame ($59 for 13-by-19-inch print), all from urbanoutfitters.com; Monde framed map ($137), Morale fiber board print ($90), Frankie chuck sham in blue and gray ($60) and “Home Is Where You Park It” sham cover and insert ($50), all from dotandbo.com; Tianna ceramic flare bottom in gray ($199) and middle ivory shade ($59) and 13-by-11-inch dandelion imitation with no pad in black timber gallery frame ($59), all from potterybarn.com; rustic doorway knockers wall art ($174 for two, atgstores.com); Lindon lumbar sham in Spice ($20, pier1.com); fabric shade flush-mount block light tie in healthy linen ($79, westelm.com); weathered lumber section wallpaper in gray ($3 per block foot) and New Era Treeline framed detailed 36-by-36-inch print ($270), both from allmodern.com; two-inch Durawood blinds in reddish-brown (from $69, smithandnoble.com).
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