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Clearly this is an extremely popular post and I'm thankful for it and everyone's tips. Comfort in numbers. :) This also seems timely because my boyfriend very recently made an observation/comment regarding how I buy things, then return them so frequently. I guess I could attribute it to 'buyer's remorse', but it goes deeper than that.
It's the Little Things:
5 Ways to Spend Less & Reduce Clutter
|1/28/13 1:23 PM|
I do love the *pop* of brightly colored walls, but I think Spanish Olive is the way to go. It's enough color to keep you from feeling like you're locked in a white padded room, but neutral enough that give you the freedom to use a plethora of different colors. I love changing things around every season and the neutral grey I threw on my walls, lets me do that pretty easily. I think the rug you just purchased will look great with that and artwork will as well. Good luck!
Help Me Choose the Right Color:
10 Paint Possibilities
|7/24/12 12:50 PM|
I'm a novice when it comes to track lighting, but I'd like to recommend the MAGNESIUM unit from IKEA. Apprx $80usd
The Design Office's Vintage Modern Workspace Tech Tour
|3/1/12 10:38 AM|
Uli ~ Behr's "Anonymous". Long story short I was deciding between that color and Pewter for my living room (went with the later because the cooler tone worked better) BUT.... had we decided to paint the bedroom....I definitely would have gone with the warmer toned grey of Anon. Grey works wonders to define a space without being overbearing and is neutral enough that it allows endless possibilities for accent colors.
Ten Tips for The Sexiest Bedroom... Like Ever (And also for finding love)
|2/16/12 8:49 AM|
I'm foaming at the mouth over that table.
The DIY Gods of Spanish Harlem
|2/22/11 5:46 PM|
10 Great Desk Chair Combos | Apartment Therapy Chicago
|6/19/10 10:30 AM|