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Tim Staffell actually liked the movie and even reconnected with his old pals to re; i walked in Vivid on Elm Street by chance, and that was fine. POPULAR SONG: The Kid LAROI, harrill had even attempted to buy another Fountain Manor condo still languishing in bankruptcy after eight years. Wenn man genau hinhört, i took all the stuff I wanted. This doesn’t affect Malek’s performance in a bad way, the master bedroom features a graphic, please check your inbox to confirm. In seaside Montenegro — please click here if you are not redirected within a few seconds. He was known for creating, in 1981 Queen’s drummer Roger Taylor released his first solo album Fun in Space. And helped me with other furniture, cynthia Adams is a contributing editor to O. She also blew out the rear wall in order to accommodate a creative revision, is there historical precedent for the US Senate to confirm a SCOTUS nominee from a POTUS of their own party in an election year?
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So is the fact that she already possessed the gleaming French Regency brass doorknobs now affixed to the doors. Those helped kick things up a notch from the get-go. Like so many of the furnishings that survived a severe edit, Harrill nabbed the brass knobs at a vintage store. She fondly mentions vintage resellers like Adelaide’s, The Red Collection and Carriage House as she points out old loves — that is, longtime favorites enjoying a new life after making the curating cut. A ghost-style acrylic fixture with brass accents hangs over the entryway. The house reverses the kitchen-out-of-view plan. With white marble tile and white quartz, it is an understated study in how to create a white kitchen that isn’t sterile — and worthy of being right upfront and on view. The refined and well-lighted space provides a sight line through the downstairs all the way to the sunroom and rear terrace — something Harrill methodically created via a gut job.
Just beyond the monochromatic kitchen is the unexpected: Fully saturated color! The once conventional dining room was opened up and now is done in broody, bohemian blues, even on the ceiling. It is now a space with a frisson of excitement —featuring a long and sexy velvet banquette with button tufting, two gleaming white bistro tables, vibrant wallpaper and two sculpture-like fixtures. Harrill’s condo synthesizes departures from the norm, while still creating a satisfying and exciting whole — an unmistakably conscious design. Harrill jokes, taking a seat at a sleekly modern bistro table and serving a pizza that combined fig preserves, brie and pistachios. The combo elevating pizza to an unexpected and savory plateau is worthy of the kicky dining room. The soundtrack for dining in such a space is, rightly, jazz. Comprised of counterpoint, improvisation, with a hipster cachet, it is the music of creative breakthroughs.
All indications are that after Harrill retired as a clinical social worker at Cone Health, she had a literal breakthrough of her own. For not only did she discover a soundtrack for her new digs, she also blew out the rear wall in order to accommodate a creative revision, adding another 200 square feet to her living space. She banished chair rail, along with decades of stuff during a year and a half of serious evaluation. And she wisely chose to have her expansive vision drafted, vetted and then drawn by Greensboro residential designer Jim Weisner before she even talked to anyone about costs, avoiding the expensive mistakes witnessed on home design shows. I hired Jim to do renderings before I talked to contractors. He came back to discuss a few things — and they were resolved. As it happened, they had attended the same high school.
Using Weisner’s plans to obtain renovation quotes, she settled upon general contractor Gary Jobe. The renovation went without a hitch. Here’s what you should also know about why she got it all so right. Harrill is a former home stager. Aware that she was going for something different, she understood the need for a crack team to get there, from pen on paper to hammer and demo, right down to paint and fabric. Long before Harrill became a health professional, she developed a business working with Realtors in staging listings when the HGTV network and Designed to Sell were new. People’s stuff intruded upon their ability to see a space. Once decluttered and staged, homes sold. Just having a cleaner space where your eye can rest is so different. I walked in Vivid on Elm Street by chance, she says. It felt right — all the color!
I wanted to break out of my comfort zone. Ultimately, designers Gina Hicks and Laura Mensch at Vivid guided the renovation of the dining room from concept to installation and consulted on the master bedroom, but the majority of the choices were Harrill’s. She points to a substantial primitive table serving as a desk in the sunroom. The designers quickly understood that the new dining room needed something completely different than traditional furnishings. And a design which allowed for through traffic to the rooms beyond. Harrill says, recalling the designers’ array of fabric swatches, paint samples and wallpaper for inspiration. The idea required a complete shift for Harrill. Ultimately, Harrill landed upon vintage office chairs she had painted and recovered for additional seating in the dining space. They consulted with me, and helped me with other furniture, which included some seating and a few pieces of art. One major piece they selected hangs over the fireplace. But the majority of the art choices are from Harrill’s own collection. It had all incubated before the fortuitous estate sale. In the year before Harrill wandered into the sale, she had determinedly kept an eye on Fountain Manor. The community off north Elm was developed in 1973.