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Sandy Sekeres
January 5, 2013
need idea's for this area not happy with it.
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cohoek
Your painting has a colomn going through it. I would lose the painting so that the stove is your only focal point. Like the wooden bucket on the right but I would get rid of the left basket and put the fireplace tools there. maybe switch the two.
    Bookmark   January 6, 2013 at 2:38AM
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pollyannagal
The painting should not be behind the flue - move it to somewhere you can actually see it and where it can't be damaged by the heat. The basket and log bucket look a bit squished as they are half on/half off the hearth tiles. Put the fire tools where the basket is, place the bucket on the floor beside it and get a different container for the paper, preferably one with a lid. If you want something on the wall behind the stove try a vertical arrangement of a few pictures on each side of the flue.
    Bookmark   January 6, 2013 at 4:40AM
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janishill
Can you post a picture from further back? Seeing the overall area would be of help.

It is a safety hazard to have the basket and the bucket touching the stove btw.
    Bookmark   January 6, 2013 at 5:41AM
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Total Window Treatments
Did u just install this recently? I agree w removing the picture. If u just installed it I would Consider add a extra row of tile to each side. It looks like u would have enough room to the right before you will hit your drapery. This will balance the space better. Your baskets really don't bother me, I realize they are there because u are using the fireplace. If u had more tile they would fit just fine.
    Bookmark   January 6, 2013 at 5:59AM
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