This new sofa was delivered and suddenly nothing else in the room was working for this couple. We started by installing this textured wallpaper to soften the space with a warm wall color.
Family Room – Before
Family Room – After
This lower level bar had too much oak and not enough light. Also they wanted to get rid of the fish tank.
Adding Nail Heads to Diamonds
Bar After – Recessed Lighting,Cambria Countertop, Faux Painting
It was time to get rid of the sheers in this dining room. We installed our favorite designer screen shades and stationary drapery panels.
Window Treatment – before
Window Treatment – After
Now that the kids were teens it was time to update this Eagle Valley home. The first thing we did was replace the carpeting with a hand scraped wood floor. Comfort was the goal for the remainder of the project.
Family Room Before
Family Room After
When this homeowner built her townhome 15 years ago she wanted a southwestern decor. When it came time to list the property this year we had to neutralize the decor.
Fireplace After – Slate
This single guy was tired of looking at his ugly white tile walls. We installed a porcelain tile that resembles barn wood to better suit his taste!
Bathroom Remodel – before
Decorating tips don’t get much easier than this. Let’s face it, decorating your home can be an overwhelming business as the options are literally endless. But that’s what also makes it so much fun. Whether you’re looking for instant DIY home ideas to do right now or decorating tips to put your stamp on a living room or bedroom, here are some super simple decorating tips to help you create a home you’ll love.
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I recently received a call from a frustrated female who just couldn’t get the paint color right in her great room. She confessed that she had her husband paint the room three times with slightly different colors and was still unhappy.
Tip for selecting a paint color: The lighting in your home is the best place to match samples, but as a starting point you can bring an item from the room with you, such as a pillow. When you’re in the paint store, take the paint swatches and your fabric sample from home over to the window to see them in natural light. I’ve even stepped outside if the store has tinted windows.