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The Secret to Dealing with Quirky Room Challenges

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Our circa 1875 home presents unique design challenges when trying to place furniture to create good traffic flow. Too many doors and odd-sized walls means having to be creative with furniture choices and decor. Our living room is the most challenging since it sits in the middle of the house.

To see more: http://townandcountryliving.blogspot.com/2013/01/dealing-with-quirky-living-room.html

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  • Miriam I
    Miriam I New York, NY

    I LOVE this room!

  • Rachel Medina
    Rachel Medina Ogallala, NE

    l love this room too! Gorgeous!! And I am soo jealous of your rug:( I can't find one and I have been looking for a while.

  • Annette White
    Annette White Hawarden, IA

    Love it, you really utilized this area in a great way! Love your wainscoting, we're putting it in our kitchen this week...can't wait! Thanks for all the tips!

  • Julie C
    Julie C Alexandria, MN

    We recently bought an 1898 farm house that was added to at least twice. We are currently gutting it to repair some water damage caused by a roof leak that wasn't fixed, but we have plenty of odd shaped rooms. They are going to get odder because one

  • Carolyn Bostic
    Carolyn Bostic Springfield, MO

    I enjoyed seeing this room's set-up. Thanks for all the good captioning. It helps me focus on the proper subject in each photo.

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