How could I make a temporary closure to an old formal living room?
We purchased a 1968 home. It still has the once formal living room that you enter from the entry hall and from the kitchen. I would like to be able to temporarily close the entry from the hallway at times, so that I can use this room in different ways. How would you suggest I do this. And it look good on both sides
I currently have stinky dirty carpeting in my living room and I want to replace it with a durable flooring that can stand up to dogs and kids.
Does having a paint over a popcorn ceiling change how I'd remove the popcorn ceiling?
I have a hidden door though it doesn't look so hidden at the moment and I like the appeal of a hidden door. We do need to use the door, but not often. This is in a b... See more
This is my living room. I love the fireplace-flanking book shelves and the vaulted ceiling but it is a cavern. The skylight shaft doesn't let in much light, and the ... See more
The 3 new pics at beginning show angled towards fireplace. Thoughts??? Any advice on making this space feel more cozy? Each piece of the sectional is separate and can... See more
I'm struggling with ideas for our living room. We have a high slanted ceiling. I feel like the room is dark overall. There is a hideous wet bar that I desperately nee... See more
My living room is also open to the dining room. Both rooms are narrow. My sofa and love seat are also quite large as is the lazy boy chair.