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william99
« Reply #10 on: October 03, 2013 12:08:29 AM »

Well I don't have any idea which thing is confusing you the most in the room, because that looks great to me. May be you need to change the setting of your room to have a different look. May be you feel better that way.
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SaphiraRayne
« Reply #11 on: March 02, 2014 02:13:33 AM »

YOu could get or make a large metal circle and get a sheer fabric. sew the fabric onto the circle and suspend it over your bed with chain or rope. You could cut up and repurpose pallets for more storage, you could paint those the colors you like. You may not be able to pain but you can still incorporate the colors you like in many ways: paint a lamps shade, get or make rag rugs in the colors you like. Hope this helps!
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smithdylan715
« Reply #12 on: September 28, 2018 03:11:26 AM »

To turn your snug bedroom into a dreamy retreat, use these sophisticated small bedroom ideas and decorating techniques and clever storage
Every room needs a focal point, an eye-catching spot that establishes a hierarchy so you don't see just a jumble. Many times, the focal point is the head of the bed, which you can amplify with an arrangement of bold pillows. When organizing small spaces, your eye might also be attracted to the window. Rather than let these two strong elements compete for attention, place the bed in front of the window to meld cohesively. Or, dress one element—the bed or the window—neutrally, so it recedes and the other can take center stage.
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