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help - brown 5 sided room?!

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This is a help-me-album! Please help out with your thoughts and recommendations on the interior decoration issue.

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Inherited paint color by former owners. New rug, New mantle on fireplace. Everything else must be replaced - but with what? The room has five walls, one which is diagonal and weird, and two of the walls have doors to the outside which makes it hard to arrange the space - and the remaining wall as a large bay window that gets covered up by furniture, when it should be highlighted - but do not know how to do that. We are transitioning from college dorm life to a real place - and are clueless pretty much. Any comments/ideas APPRECIATED!!
p.s. we can't put the TV over the fireplace unfortunately without doing heavy demo work/reinforcing/reframing/electrical work.


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looking in from front door

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Image 2


looking in from garage door. front door on left, bay window right

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Image 3


looking in from front door to garage door

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Image 4


looking at room without furniture

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Rokoko20

Rokoko20, 2009-10-12

I have an idea: bay window is giving u posibility to make lovely window seat.



cat

cat, 2009-07-01

i would paint all the walls an off white or magnolia, but paint the wall where the fire place is a nice brown, i dont know where you are but here in the uk there is a nice brown called 'cookie dough', i have it in my living room so take a look.



cat

cat, 2009-07-01

i would paint all the walls an off white or magnolia, but paint the wall where the fire place is a nice brown, i dont know where you are but here in the uk there is a nice brown called 'cookie dough', i have it in my living room so take a look.



cat

cat, 2009-07-01

i would paint all the walls an off white or magnolia, but paint the wall where the fire place is a nice brown, i dont know where you are but here in the uk there is a nice brown called 'cookie dough', i have it in my living room so take a look.



catzz

catzz, 2009-06-25

It's quite dark at the moment so I would paint everything white to start off with and from there decide what colours to go for!

The floor looks great and the fire place as well, maybe the tiles needs to be updated, good luck with your renovation!



annarachel

annarachel, 2009-05-09

If you want to keep the rug you could pick a neutral colour from there for the wall. I like your wing armchair - it would look great covered in a cream slipcover. (Like something from these pics http://littlegreennotebook.blogspot.com/2009/05/wing-chairs.html). One way to draw attention to the bay window would be to put up some beautiful curtains and then put two armchairs in front of it.



bonbongirl

bonbongirl, 2009-05-08

I would just go for white throughout - the perfect canvas. And I would stick to white for most furniture too, or light colours anyway. As for a rug, I would for something soft - like a natural fibre rug. You can get pretty large/cheap ones from Ikea that would work great.



Smith80

Smith80, 2009-05-07

There is great potential in this room and the wooden floor looks good! I would paint the whole room in a light colour and maybe use wallpaper on one wall, the one to the right of the main door, it's an easy way to give colours into room (and change it if you don't like it!).

I think a L shaped sofa would fit in quite well, in a bright colour if you're brave or creamy/browny if you want to be safe!

The picture you got above the fire place would look great after the transformation as well I think.

Good luck!





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