Tip: hang with the centre of the artwork at about 57 inches high.
On the end tables, you will find the same lamps I bought at Kirklands years ago, the candle holders I brought in from my library and two distressed wood off white frames with black and white pictures of our parents.
;) Before we built our house, we had been living in a two bedroom apartment for three years or so, and a small apartment translated to VERY little furniture in our new, large house. We’ve had it for five years, and I was never crazy about it. I knew I could chunk it up, so off to Home Depot I went. But my bushes aren’t cooperating this week, so I went with plan B.
I keep things the same for a very long time then suddenly reach my breaking point. Let’s take a look without the tea table in the way.
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: Now I just have to decide if I’ll hang anything inside the boxes on the walls.
Right now I’m think no – but I’m going to live with it for awhile and then decide. No matter if you call it a living room, family room, den, or even a keeping room–you’ve got that one room in your home, aside from the kitchen, that’s intended for both family and company.And, we bet, you want it to look both pulled together and comfortable.Mix and match patterns, embrace bold colors, layer rugs, and so much more!Try these tips to create a pretty space to enjoy conversations with friends and family. Styling, Stephanie Cressman.) You don’t have to undergo a whole renovation to update your space.