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Display Name: BrienneE
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What about lighting that incorporates several different greens and purples together? To tie things in?

Like these:
1. http://www.bearsinthewoods.net/shop/PS701.html
2. http://www.popscreen.com/p/MTI5NTk4Mjg4/Tiffany-Style-Purple-Stained-Glass-Hanging-Lamp-Overstockcom
3. http://www.wayfair.com/Dale-Tiffany-Magnolia-3-Light-Inverted-Pendant-1051-3LTH-DT1980.html
4. http://www.bearsinthewoods.net/shop/tiffanylampsm46584.html

Or this one has a great flower pattern, would liven it up:
http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Wholesale-power110v-220v-e27-1-lamp-holder-aluminum-purple-color-plum-flower-chandeliers-lights-design-home/1099082826.html


How Can I Make this Purple & Green Bathroom More Tolerable? Good Questions
9/13/13 11:01 AM

What about a french gray paint on the walls, pale; leave the stark white trim. And the white inside the arch.

Then! hanging from the arch, what about a fantastic light fixture? Something geometric, or maybe from the ceiling hang a few. Maybe faceted. Something that mimics the other shapes. And put them on dimmers, so that when you're in the bathroom you can actually take the colors down a notch.

Lighting has the biggest impact on how we see things. Choose a color temperature a little cooler like 4000K for the lamps to not muddy the colors. Stay away from incandescent!


How Can I Make this Purple & Green Bathroom More Tolerable? Good Questions
9/13/13 10:47 AM

I would actually say something in the red, or red-orange family. Use the blue, and go it's complimentary. It should be fun! then go with the tan sheets, and maybe some pillows that match the blue/teal.


Bedding To Coordinate with This Rug?
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3/11/12 08:55 AM

I like to change the lighting up. Since winters in Michigan can be kinda gloomy, I always make sure there's something exciting about lighting.

New bulbs with the natural white light, getting tinted bulbs (even fun colored ones), moving lamps around, thrifting for some change-up lamps, etc. can really help keep things bright and fun. Plus, it's a relatively inexpensive way to change the look of a room.

Love the candle idea; those are perfect for winter!


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1/5/10 02:24 AM