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So let’s take a little trip downstairs shall we? I really haven’t showed you guys much of the downstairs yet, I know. It’s similar to the bowels of the ship, if you catch my drift. The laundry room is down there, as well as a man cave and play room area. As you can imagine, it’s pretty attractive. That dog will have its day, don’t worry. But for today, let me show you our downstairs bathroom.
It’s about twice the size of the upstairs bathroom and gets probably a third of the use. I think the reason for that was that it really used to remind me of a dungeon. It’s basement level, so there’s already not a huge amount of light, but combined with the super dark stained concrete floor AND the green and burgundy walls? Well it wasn’t really a winning combo, check out the before pictures at the bottom of the post.
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We’ve been spotting macrame everywhere this summer. While macrame has been around forever, it seems to give an especially nostalgic nod to the 70s, in all the best ways. With its texture, warmth, and bungalow vibes, I’m not surprised this piece of history is making a notable comeback. Here are twelve of my favorite options for how to embrace the macrame trend in your home.
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TOTAL | $3,147
THROW $84 | LEFT PRINT $350 | RIGHT PRINT $350 | FRAMES (EA) $15 | LUMBAR $65 | PILLOWS (EA) $10 | SHADES (EA) $25 | LAMP BASES (EA) $43 | LAMP SHADES (EA) $60 | LAMP BEADS (2) $85 | SIDE TABLES (EA) $88 | BENCH $239 | CHAIRS (2) $147 | COFFEE TABLE $128 | SOFA $880 | RUG $312