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Ok, so I am hopelessly in love with shabby chic style, but my room is a bit of an awkward color for it. I have a really high ceiling and the walls are painted sort of a deep, aqua- teal. I could probably talk my parents into letting me repaint it, but most likely not. The best example of “my style” would probably be the store Anthropologie. I love the organic feel and the texture to the walls. I am planning on getting a new bed, but the one thing that has to stay is my bedside table, which is painted sort of a vintage yellow- cream. Can anyone help me decorate? Im getting a bit desperate.


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i’m moving to a house that was built in 1850 and then added onto a few times, I’ve looked all over for ideas and can’t find anything that seems to fit correctly. i like the liberty of london from target and the simply shabby chic by target, all though i can’t find the liberty of london in stores anymore and they don’t have bath accessories and not enough bedroom choices, and i feel that the shabby chic would be to dull for me.

any who i need help with this i’m out of ideas. i want bright happy colors but i want them to be similar to what they would have used in the 1850s.

2 full and 2 1/2 baths
one bedroom with 2 sets bunk beds for 13yr old and 15yr old girls with a 1/2 bath
1 bedroom for 2 girls age 2 and 3 i have farm bedding for the crib that i LOVE
library white book shelves and a black leather loveseat and chair
kitchen wood walls, wood cabinets, butcher block with random bar stools (plan to paint them to add color)
dining room 2 corner cabinets, light oak table and chairs
mudroom with full bathroom, all wood walls, etc
under steps play area, tile floor and wood walls
master bedroom, darker furniture with beige/brown bedding

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I don’t plan to tear out the tiles. All the cabinets/walls are currently white, but I plan to paint and am not afraid of color. My style is the shabby chic look. Any ideas on decorating without being too cutesy but WITHOUT tearing out the tiles?
Thank you both! Funny – I fooled around with online paint visualizers last night, and decided I’d paint walls either pale yellor or a pale green.


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