As a youngster, I was always hearing about “wall to wall” carpeting. Curiously, with my child’s wondrous imagination, I pictured houses having walls with carpet on them…”Hmm…that’s strange.” I suppose if someone mentioned “floor to ceiling” windows, well…you know where I’m going. Alas, I have learned the truth behind this interior design jargon and have chosen to showcase the latter, illustrating how we can add decor pizazz to any wall to wall.
F to C drapes & windows are elegant and demanding…in a good way. Photo: watkinsclaire, flickr
F to C cupboards allow for ample storage and an impressive look. Photo: hannaskoog.blogspot.com
F to C bookcase can be arranged by color for a greater impact and easy book return. Photo: kraus-schoenberg.com
F to C sign points out its artistic and architectural qualities. Photo: via decorallure.blogspot.com
F to C shelving showcases dishware and storage baskets with spectacular ease. Photo: remodelista.com
F to C gallery wall can replace paint, wallpaper, and, er…art. Ironic, isn’t it? Photo: skonahem.com
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So Many Windows: Pro Tips for Choosing Window Styles
If your home is in need of new windows, you’ll love today’s post. We’ll offer handy design tips and information on seven types of window styles, as well as their benefits that might just surprise you. We’ll then feature some of our favorite designs from today’s sponsor, Milgard Doors and Windows.