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Dining room

The design used for your dining room depends on whether you prefer a formal or informal area. Some dining rooms are better suited for formal décor, while others lend themselves to a more casual look. The location of the room in conjunction with how you plan to use the space helps determine the best design style.

Formal dining rooms are typically a room of their own, while an informal dining room sometimes shares space with the kitchen or living room. The formal dining area may have a door that closes it off from the kitchen and the rest of the house. Pass-through dining rooms also sit separated from the other rooms, but they have open doorways that allow you to pass through the dining area from one room to the other. A pass-through room is less formal than a separate room, but due to its separateness it can still be used as a formal or informal space.

Most formal dining rooms feature traditional-style wood furniture. Chippendale, Queen Anne and Sheraton styled chairs all have a more formal look compared to simple modern designs. Informal furniture styles may feature modern materials instead of wood or glass table tops. Simple, straight legged designs or farmhouse tables also provide a less formal look. Although certain furniture styles lend themselves better to a formal dining area, the accessories used in the room further determine the formality of the space.

Fine linens provide a formal look, even if the furniture style is more informal. A heavy linen or lace tablecloth covers less formal tables. Quality wood tables may look more formal without a tablecloth. Heavy, lined draperies made from dark-colored fine fabric or silk provide a more formal look than light drapery panels or shears. Table runners and place mats give a room a less formal appearance, regardless of the furniture style. Formal dining room chairs rarely have chair pads, while a chair pad can inject some color and comfort into an informal design.

The accessories complete the look of the dining room, whether it's formal or informal. A chandelier or pendant light provides a more formal option when centered above the dining room table. Silver or crystal candlesticks, pitchers and serving dishes are more formal than glass or ceramic materials. Placing a rug beneath the table can also change the feel of the room. Modern designed or light colored rugs look more informal, while dark-colored Persian-style rugs look more formal.

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How to build a window frame

Now that you have chosen a new window for that wall you are building, you need to build a frame for it. Framing a window opening in a wall takes nothing more than the basic carpentry skills of measuring, cutting and nailing. It's not as difficult as you may think and, chances are, you'll find that you can build a window frame in less than an hour.

Step 1

Look through the manufacturer's literature included with the window you have purchased and locate the rough opening dimensions that will be required. Determine the location in the wall where you want the window and then mark the space for the window opening on the top and bottom plates.

Step 2

Make 2 additional marks out from the rough opening marks you just made; one at 1 1/2 inches for the jack studs, and one at 3 inches for the king studs. Cut the king studs from the 2-by-4 inch boards to the same length as your interior wall studs and nail into place.

Step 3

Measure the distance from the wall's bottom plate to the planned bottom of the rough window opening. Subtract 1 1/2 inches from this measurement and cut the jack studs to this length. Nail them into place inside the king studs and below the window opening, as shown in the diagram.

Step 4

Measure the distance between the king studs in the rough window opening and cut a piece of 2-by-4 inch board for the base plate to this length. Nail it into place between the king studs and on top of the jack studs. It should be flat so that the window can rest upon the wide edge of the 2-by-4 inch board.

Step 5

Cut 2 more jack studs the same length as the vertical rough opening for the window and nail into place inside the king studs within the window opening.

Step 6

Repeat the process in Step 4 for the base plate to measure and cut a header for the window. Nail into place on top of the jack studs within the window opening.

Step 7

Measure the distance from the top plate to the header and cut enough cripple studs to have a standard 16 inches on center spacing between them the length of the window opening. Nail these into place and you have completed a framed window opening.


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Create a dramatic interior space that will boost your visual excitement. Whether it's a bedroom, living area or dining space, you can make a lasting impression with eye-catching design elements. Particular colors, textures, fabrics and lighting work collectively to generate the stupendous wow factor you desire. Pull your dramatic room together with a little brash and bold decor that suits your personal preferences and decorating style.

Combine highly saturated colors and patterns on your walls to introduce drama into a room. For example, if you love turquoise blue and citrus orange, paint a striped pattern using turquoise, orange and white to fashion a stunning accent wall. Next, paint the remaining walls in turquoise blue and the trim and baseboards in pristine white. Contrasting neutral hues also stir up visual drama. Add striking contrast against moody black walls by affixing pristine white panels to the lower third. Top the panels with white trim to give them a finished appearance. Add an oversize wall mural, such as a white silhouette of a tree, flower or skyscraper skyline, for intense graphic interest. Textured wallpaper, faux painting techniques and metallic paint offer alternative options for adding drama to ordinary walls.

Floor-length draperies in a silky black fabric offer intense drama against creamy caramel or bright white walls. If you prefer window shades, install streamlined black Roman shades dotted with a perky pattern in lieu of the draperies and you'll still enjoy a boost of high-level drama. Nothing shouts "drama" more than spectacular lighting. Hang an over-the-top glitzy chandelier from the ceiling to instantly draw your eyes upward toward the impressive light fixture. Or, suspend a large-scale pendant light in an entryway or over a dining room table to make a very bold design statement. Situate a small, adjustable can light at the base of a potted tree to cast the plant's dramatic shadows onto the ceiling.

An area rug for living room

An area rug gives you design flexibility in the living room. Create a conversation area; define function in an open plan space; disguise a less-than-perfect floor; change the character and the dynamics of the room. Get the placement right, and the entire room comes into focus. Flub placement and your carefully decorated parlor will look off-balance. Take some time to locate the perfect size and shape area rug in the ideal place in your living room.

A rug is a flat geometric form that frames part of the floor. In a square room, in which you want a standard 18-inch border between the perimeter of the room and the baseboards, you'll need a square rug. If you have trouble locating a square rug, make your own with individual carpet squares that snap or otherwise connect together for custom coverage underfoot. An open space, a curved wall or a large room with a chandelier might look better with a round carpet that encircles the main seating -- sofas, daybeds and chairs. Round carpets should be large enough to cover most of the floor, or they risk looking like a garnish perched in the middle of the main course. You can get around this with a smaller round rug layered over a larger rectangular carpet or wall-to-wall carpet.

The wrong size carpet shifts the proportions of the living room out of whack. Too small -- and the rug floats like a shrunken island with the unmoored sofa and unfettered chairs bobbing awkwardly somewhere near it. The entire room will seem smaller and disconnected. But, get a huge area rug that dwarfs the seating area and spills over into the open dining space or edges the entry, and you lose any definition in the room. All the furniture just sits on an expanse of carpet, and the traffic patterns are unclear and confusing. Either spring for a rug generous enough so all the seating fits on it with a bit of room to spare, or get a rug that will fit under the front legs of the sofa and fixed chairs so it visually connects them. Integrate a sectional by placing all sections, the coffee table and related seating on the rug, but leave cabinets and bookshelves completely off the rug.

Cover a less-than-slightly floor with a large carpet and then layer a show-off smaller area rug over it. The old hardwood floor in the living room is stained and scuffed, but you're renting, or your decor budget won't stretch for a pricey refinishing. Muffle noise, add insulation from drafts and cosmetically enhance the shabby floor with a faded oriental that leaves a border of wood planks showing around the edges of the room. Under the coffee table or in front of a sofa or daybed, place a small tribal rug right over the oriental. It creates instant floor decor, is richly attractive, and draws attention to a part of the room that you want to highlight. When the floor covering is a sisal rug or sea-grass mat, adding a woven or knotted carpet under your favorite reading chair or in the conversation area creates a cozy ambiance for chilly weather.

Turn an extra bedroom into a dressing room or closet

Closet space is a premium in most homes. An extra bedroom that is sitting empty can be turned into a lovely closet or dressing room with a little effort. Functional or beautiful, dress it according to your style and way of life.

Evaluate the extra room with regard to your needs. Do you want a lovely dressing room with real furnishings such as a dresser, chest of drawers, dressing table, etc.? Perhaps you are just looking for extra storage. Perhaps you would like a combination closet and dressing area. Any of these choices are options you may choose with your extra room.

Storage Closet This room will be very functional. Measure the dimensions of each wall in your room so you will get the right size shelving. Purchase shelving from your local home store in any combination you choose. This type shelving comes in boxes with instructions for installation. If you or friends are do-it-yourselfers this room can be done in one day.

Dressing Room Closet Combination This room is the most fun because you can let your imagination run wild. Furnish the room with a dresser and mirror, chest of drawers, jewelry armoire, comfortable dressing table and chair all in the style of your choice.

If you are looking for luxury and your budget allows make this room a haven where you can relax, or get dressed in a hurry if necessary. Organization is the key here. Sort your items in a way that works best for you. Some people want sweaters together, dresses, skirts, shirts and blouses, trousers, jeans, t-shirts...the combinations are endless.

Choose a room next to your master bedroom to use for the dressing room. Adding a door will offer convenient access from the bedroom to your dressing room.



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