Home Decoration – Entryway Change & Sitting Room Rug Doubts

I was hoping to have the living room (also known as the breakfast room) completely finished and be on track to share with you a lot of wide angle photos of all these finished areas, but as always seems to be the matter, I hit a little hook. I think. I’m not 100% sure.

But first of all, I made a small change in the lobby. When I originally finished this area, the rest of the room was far from finished. As the wall was balanced with nothing on the other side of the room, I made a gallery wall with 12 framed bird images.

I loved it as long as it was the only surface finished in the room. But since I finished the rest of the room, I wanted to reduce the number of images and add mirrors that reflect more light into that end of the room.

So I started looking for interesting mirrors and finally decided that I wanted arc mirrors. I finally found these mirrors on Amazon that had a fairly reasonable price, so I decided to do it.

I like the calmer look with the finished salon. I was able to keep my six favorite birds, I still have the symmetry I love so much, and now the entry seems a little easier than before.

Have you ever bought something for your home, and in a Moment you like it, while you will not see it next time? And then, the next morning, it seems that you have grown up again, but then you are simply not sure during the day?

Because I treated THIS Carpet Exactly like that. I leave to love it, not to love it, to really appreciate the colors, all in one day. Or even in an hour.

I don’t know if it’s because the room isn’t ready or if I really don’t want that rug in my house. And honestly, I can’t even say exactly what bothers me.

I needed a table to walk between the chairs, so my mother gave me this table that she no longer used. I intended to paint it (Yes … ORANGE! :- D), but now that I’m not sure about the carpet, I have to keep on painting the table. Also, none of the oranges I liked seemed to work with the carpet, except for the obvious ones. Unfortunately, it was The Orange that Matt did not like.

He said it didn’t matter, and I should paint the table that color, but I’ll wait for that decision until I solve this carpet problem. And in the meantime, I thought maybe I could just strip the table and see what the natural color of the wood underneath is. Since every piece of wood in this room is painted (kitchen peninsula, Sideboard, purple bench plinth, doors and moldings), something Pretty Natural Wood could be just what this room needs. I know for sure that I don’t want that dark, heavy stain in the room, so I hope there’s something Pretty Wood underneath that dark finish.

So the Carpet is still in Question. I went ahead and ordered a new carpet for the bedroom. This one has more blue / blue-green, but still has a lot of bright colors.

It will be Friday here, and I hope that I will immediately understand which carpet is the best choice for the bedroom. If I were a bettor, my money would be on second, but we’ll see. How’s it going in your house?

I was hoping to have the living room (also known as the breakfast room) completely finished and be on track to share with you a lot of wide angle photos of all these finished areas, but as always seems to be the matter, I hit a little hook. I think. I’m not 100% sure.

But first of all, I made a small change in the lobby. When I originally finished this area, the rest of the room was far from finished. As the wall was balanced with nothing on the other side of the room, I made a gallery wall with 12 framed bird images.

I loved it as long as it was the only surface finished in the room. But since I finished the rest of the room, I wanted to reduce the number of images and add mirrors that reflect more light into that end of the room.

So I started looking for interesting mirrors and finally decided that I wanted arc mirrors. I finally found these mirrors on Amazon that had a fairly reasonable price, so I decided to do it.

I like the calmer look with the finished salon. I was able to keep my six favorite birds, I still have the symmetry I love so much, and now the entry seems a little easier than before.

Have you ever bought something for your home, and in a Moment you like it, while you will not see it next time? And then, the next morning, it seems that you have grown up again, but then you are simply not sure during the day?

Because I treated THIS Carpet Exactly like that. I leave to love it, not to love it, to really appreciate the colors, all in one day. Or even in an hour.

I don’t know if it’s because the room isn’t ready or if I really don’t want that rug in my house. And honestly, I can’t even say exactly what bothers me.

I needed a table to walk between the chairs, so my mother gave me this table that she no longer used. I intended to paint it (Yes … ORANGE! :- D), but now that I’m not sure about the carpet, I have to keep on painting the table. Also, none of the oranges I liked seemed to work with the carpet, except for the obvious ones. Unfortunately, it was The Orange that Matt did not like.

He said it didn’t matter, and I should paint the table that color, but I’ll wait for that decision until I solve this carpet problem. And in the meantime, I thought maybe I could just strip the table and see what the natural color of the wood underneath is. Since every piece of wood in this room is painted (kitchen peninsula, Sideboard, purple bench plinth, doors and moldings), something Pretty Natural Wood could be just what this room needs. I know for sure that I don’t want that dark, heavy stain in the room, so I hope there’s something Pretty Wood underneath that dark finish.

So the Carpet is still in Question. I went ahead and ordered a new carpet for the bedroom. This one has more blue / blue-green, but still has a lot of bright colors.

It will be Friday here, and I hope that I will immediately understand which carpet is the best choice for the bedroom. If I were a bettor, my money would be on second, but we’ll see. How’s it going in your house?

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