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31  Does this rug go or no? in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by flying_babyb on: January 14, 2009 04:08:49 PM
I cant decide if I like this rug in this room. The colors are turquoise, Red, white (lotsa white, i rent). I thought the rug might provide a burst of brigt but im not sure im feeling the look

does this rug go with the colors?

better view of the rug
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32  My guest room in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by flying_babyb on: January 14, 2009 04:03:43 PM
Im so proud of my new guest room.

The wall with the desk

the whole room

better view of the rug
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33  Displaying collectables in Crafty Housewares: Discussion and Questions by flying_babyb on: January 04, 2009 06:08:24 PM
I wanna cry caue my collection looks like crap the way it is displayed now. Aparment therphy didnt have any useful advice either. Im on a tight budger. I have tons of black wooden boxes  of all sizes and  tons of 8 by 10 frames.  As for what I collect I have, 5 gi joes, two nutcrackers,  two beenie butts, 11 trucks/cars, four little guys, 4 ordements, a clock, a glass gun, a pair of hand cuffs, 45 patches and a beenie babie fire man. The theme to this collection is Police and fire.  Any advice? Right now its housed on a long ole shelf (not enough space) and hanging in ugly big poster frames on the wall, the patches are falling out of the frames and the frames are breaking. HELP!

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34  Bedroom help in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by flying_babyb on: December 31, 2008 05:10:52 PM
I must keep a a full sized bed, a twin bed, a desk, a dresser and two bookcases in a room with slanted celings. ITS Not working, what do you reccomend? I only have two normal walls and one has a huge window!

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35  Really UGLY chair in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by flying_babyb on: November 18, 2008 10:46:29 PM
So were driving in the snow (first snow of the year) and I see this vintage (old) chair. Its got the old naquhide (sp) on it. Well, I just had to have it, so I conned the boy into running accrossed the road to get it. I actully took before and afters.  I leaned a few things... Rotten wood stinks, viynal is expensive and blue vinyal is impossible to find. There not done yet, there missing screws and part of a design but I wanted to show off what ive got (since Im so proud).

ugly chair frame

Ugly chair seat

Ugly pattern

Done (well minus the screws)

A sign that I only needed a Yard (not 2.3/4)
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36  Re: Share your Mess...Then let's clean it up! in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by flying_babyb on: November 02, 2008 10:38:45 AM
How does one hang a shelf bracket upside down when its way over there head? I cant seem to get the shelf up at all. Ive been beaned by it 3 times in the process of trying. Im worried im gonna break the window. I promised you before photos so here they are
Ugly ceiling fan
my head board (and mess)
my big desk
my little desk
little desk better pic
and last but not least the bookcase
My problem is my craft area must fit into my bedroom area. Lets see if it looks any better at the end of the day.
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37  My room for two Help me in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by flying_babyb on: September 26, 2008 10:56:37 PM
My boyfriend lives 50 miles away and is having heart surgery soon. So you know the good girlfreind that I am I swicthed rooms with my sister to accominate a second bed (futon).   I cant seem to live with the way the funiture is. Theres no walking space.  I can barley get around and my BF is alot larger than me.  I hate the way it looks now and the main problem is the bed. I dont know where to move it to. I cant go any smaller. also what do I do with the tv to get it off the floor?  Below is a drawing of my room(need a cable for my camera). Anyone got any help?

Picture key:
1. end table-curently functioning as a lamp stand but also works as a nightstand when futons folded out
2. Futon- Must stay in room for when my boyfreind visits
3. End table- See 1
4. Floor Lamp- Curently my only light sorce since I broke the fans light
5. Bookcase- Skinny and stylish
6. Nightstand- Total nessicity
7. Nightstand- Totally there for those movie wacthin nights
8. Crappy desk- there for storage and home work
9. My large craft boxes which come up in front of the window
10. small bench- tempoary home since the heat vent is there
11. Chair- tempoary home since the heat vent is there
12. Window-large and a pain in the butt, curently has very ugly blinds and brown curtains (to block the light)
13. Shelves- The movable kind holds jewerly, and books
14. Dresser- old and broken still works
15. Toy chest- A nice place to store kitchen goods (gatta keep them here till I move)
16. Footlocker- more storage
17. Unusable space due to roomates dresses
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38  New york bedroom in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by flying_babyb on: November 28, 2007 07:41:50 PM
This is my bedroom door and closet door.
This is my door. Yes those are actual New York City metro cards

My feture wall

more new york pictures
IMG]http://i142.photobucket.com/albums/r106/flyingbabyb/bedwmap.jpg[/IMG] This is the area next to my bed. It used to be my headboard but I was FORCED to move my bed or get hypothermia.

My broadway music wall and two (of 3) lazy cats
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39  HELP!! Living room too small in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by flying_babyb on: September 06, 2007 03:26:20 PM
What can I do with this space?

1. Couch                 2. End table
3. End table             4. Bookcase
5. Mushroom chair    6. Coffee table
7. Blanket trunk        8.Mushroom Chair
9.  Chair                 10. Kitchen table
11. Wall to door       12. sink
13. counter kitchen   14. lamp stand
15. lamp stand         16. Futon
17. Cd rack              18. tv
19. CD rack              20. End table
21. Patio door           22. gap between living room and kitchen
23. Space                 24.   Refrigerator
25. door way

was thinking of moving couch (# 1) to the back wall where chairs (#5 and #8) are.  Just worried about seeing the tv (#18)
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40  moving How to redo my room. in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by flying_babyb on: April 08, 2007 12:57:00 PM
ok im moving (again). this time I get the tiny room. Any advice on how to get my stuff in my room? I have:
A single bed
A dresser
A tv,VCR, DVD, Nentendo,CD player and a printer
a  bunch of craft suplies that used to be in a square cabinate but there wont be room for it.
Three lamps
a small table
Two footlockers (one is semi full)
My mom thinks lofting my bed would be a bad idea, and since im afraid of hieghts i agree. I need craft storage too. Dont have a desk but would like one (if it would fit). I need  a theme too. I would love to work around my black boxes (pics soon).
Colors I like:
black, red, blue, lime(but not in big doses) and gold.
Themes I like: NYC, Beach, Cottage (but i dont want a beach or cottage room)

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