Purple reigns in this contemporary dining room. Purple walls and a purple and magenta rug contrast with the neutral chairs and black dining table. A pendant light with a drum shade and an ivory sideboard complete the look.
The mostly neutral, modern furnishings and hardwood floors of this living room are punched up by the orange rug, blue coffee table and assorted throw pillows. The exposed brick wall and fireplace make for a great focal wall and interesting place for the television.
Affordable modern furnishings replaced hand-me-down pieces to give this transitional living room a youthful and fresh update, as seen on HGTV's "The High/Low Project."
This contemporary home office combines style, comfort and function. A chrome and glass desk takes center stage, while a flokati rugs adds softness to the space. A vintage Lucite bookcase adds to the modern feel and provides open storage.
This dining room features an open floor plan with brilliant blue walls and white built-ins. Metal pendant lamps hang over an industrial style table. Leather dining chairs and a wooden bench provide seating.
This contemporary bedroom features soft gray walls accented by white curtains and a pair of black wood bookshelves. The bed features a taupe tufted headboard, as well as neutral patterned bed linens and pillows.
A bright and airy coastal outdoor living room offers a comfy seating area. The exposed wood ceiling sets the modern-rustic feel for the room which is continued with wicker furniture and reclaimed wood coffee table. A bright blue rug, a yellow light fixture and yellow-striped pillows add a fun pop of color to the space.
A bench by the window takes the place of a built-in window seat in this cool gray bedroom. A bookshelf with a light for reading and a TV in front of the bed make this space the perfect getaway.
This eclectic brown dining room wall features a beautiful display of wall art plates in a variety of patterns and styles.
This eclectic nursery mixes colors and styles into a creative, energetic space. The elements include a glider, contemporary dresser, blue and white striped area rug, lime green walls, midcentury modern floor lamp and a creative, tree-shaped bookshelf.
To re-create the look of the costly lithographs for just $50, Designer Sabrina Soto used decoupage medium to attach ribbon to foam boards, then popped her artwork into ready-made frames. A machine-made rug cost only $850 and Design assistant Chris added doors and drawers to an unfinished bookcase to replicate the look of the high-end room's desk for only $300, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project.
The owners of this home have transformed what could have been a drab basement into a wonderful family room. A sitting area takes up half the space and is separated by narrow columns from the the back part of the room dedicated to music and games.
The way you choose to file your paperwork is entirely up to you. If you have the available closet space, an excellent and convenient way to file important papers is to use magazine holders, label them accordingly and line them up on the shelf for quick reference. An often forgotten set of needed paperwork is instructions and appliance pamphlets. Separate folders or holders should be created for them, too. So, if the microwave breaks or DVD player starts skipping, you'll know exactly where to go. Tip: For a budget-friendly filing solution, cut and paint cereal boxes to serve as repurposed magazine holders.
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