Love the sofa! If it were my room, I would repaint the walls a soft white to really let the wood work shine as well and let the pattern of the sofa really pop (but I've always been one to shy away from color). As for a rug, I would go with something solid - maybe a flokati or some other neutral toned rug to balance the coffee table and sofa. Good luck and enjoy your space!
Help Choosing Rug for This Room?
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Vacuum, vacuum, vacuum!
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|9/28/10 12:02 PM|
I second (or maybe third, not sure how many may have said this), but cooking chicken breasts under the broiler is relatively quick and the chicken comes out really moist. I usually flip the breasts halfway through so that both sides can brown evenly.
Tender and Juicy: 3 Ways to Cook a Perfect Chicken Breast | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
|6/17/10 3:06 PM|
Love your space! I am finally ready to begin re-doing the disaster that is my backyard. Your pics are very inspiring!
Before & After: Beth's Under $400 Outdoor Living Room | Apartment Therapy Los Angeles
|6/14/10 11:24 AM|
I agree with the comment about using a damp washcloth on the furniture. I use a damp microfiber cloth to remove pet hair from my sofa, and then use a hand vacuum to get the rest.
Coping With The Spring Shed in a Small Place | Apartment Therapy Los Angeles
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