25 Blue Rooms

by DIY Maven

Blue Room Design Ideas

Azure, cobalt, sapphire, navy, powder, midnight, Prussian, electric, indigo, royal, ice, baby, robin's egg, peacock, ultramarine, aquamarine, steel, slate, cyan, Oxford, Cambridge...is there another color in the spectrum with so many synonyms in the thesaurus? One way or another, all seem to be represented

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Bruno & Alicia's Hanukkah Table

by Alicia Lacy

Our Hanukkah table setting.

We're a Christmukkah house (or a Hanumas house, if you prefer). I love the fact that we celebrate both holidays, because it provides us the opportunity spend time with loved ones, share traditions, enjoy amazing eats, and decorate.

Hanukkah begins at sundown this evening, and our table is already set. We assembled a simple table incorporating the colors blue, silver, and white. Using a vase we had on hand, and our everyday dishes, we spruced...

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A Sad Table Gets Blue

by DIY Maven

A Sad Table Gets Blue

For fifteen years, this sad little, garage-sale-find coffee table was collecting dust in Melissa's garage. A reconfiguration of living room furniture compelled her to rescue it from its isolation and give it a new life. The little table went from

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DIY Concrete Ofuro (Japanese Soaking Tub).

by Chris Gardner

Splatgirl shares her totally amazing and DIY'd bathroom on Apartment Therapy:

DIY Concrete Ofuro (Japanese Soaking Tub).
 

Hello! I would love to share my bathroom. I designed and DIY'd this room from scratch. It includes a poured concrete Japanese soaking tub, concrete countertops and a 9 1/2 foot tall tile mosaic shower wall. It has his and hers vanities and a double shower with ceiling mount rain heads...

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As far as bathrooms go, it was done very inexpensively and incorporates some...

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Our Living Room

by Alicia Lacy

The living room began with faded wood panelling, had a brief stint with cream, an even more brief stint with yellow, and finally settled upon "November Sky". The relationship survived its first year, which says a lot.

When we moved in, the windows were lined with fluorescent panels and heavy wool drapes. I bought simple, cheap cotton fabric buy the bundle from a local fabric shop and sewed like mad (I am a true novice with the machine of sewing)...

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