This is my favorite kind of Houzz feature--a warm, inviting space with a welcome entryway even in a small area, simple non-window treatment to maximize light, furniture in proportion and arranged for conversation and relaxation--no honking brown or black leather couches--yet comfy as can be. Even the large TV dilemma is solved--it doesn't dominate and sits on a styish piece to draw the eye away from the black TV when it's off.
I also enjoy seeing how creatives work in thrift and Craigslist finds without anything looking junky or cluttered. Many people posing decorating dilemmas about how to make their spaces cozier, warmer, yet uncluttered could learn a lot by studying this couples' space
P.S. Love the chalkboard behind the bed. Next saying above the bed: "parents of teens nightmare." :)
Over the past years I have helped hundreds of people with little design jobs. Over this time the number of clients who actually got permits is less than 5%. The number of people who have said they live outside the jurisdiction of permits has got to be over 50%.
So what do you do when you don't have a permit because you can't get one?
Self Inspect. Flood test those showers people!
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