Dormers when you need that little extra!

CS_2014-1007-0By Cindy Clay Srader
As you can tell by now, I tend to be drawn to rooms that have several shades of blue. Many of the homes being built in Bolivar have high peaked roofs with dormers. Some of these areas can be left unfinished and later turned into extra living space. Think, Bonus room! This room uses those many shades of blue on the walls, artwork and accessories. By utilizing the space between the dormers this extra deep upholstered sofa can also double as a sleeping space for guests. CS_2014-1007-1The mattress ticking storage ottomans can store bedding or anything else you may need to create this relaxing space. The woven jute rug adds a natural accent to the space. Note the wall hung lamps on either side of the picture. This room does not have the space for end tables, but these lamps allow for a cozy afternoon of reading.

How to: Bring Fall Indoors

This is such a pretty and beautiful way to create a fall centerpiece. These candle holders are made using simple jars and a package of silk or natural fall leaves. They have both at many craft stores. Use a clear drying glue like Elmer’s Craft glue to soak the leaves. Place them on the jars in a random manner. CS_2014-1007-2When they are completely dry you can put a votive candle or an electronic one at the bottom of the jar for a beautiful candlelight centerpiece all season long.




(published 10/7/2014)

Cindy Srader can be contacted at [email protected] or 832-877-2360

What is “BEACH CHIC”? A design style comprised of a combination of clean lines and organic finishes that work together to create a relaxing and inviting atmosphere. The color scheme is inspired by the beach and the natural environment of sun, sea and sand!

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