My trip to Boulder was short and sweet!  I really love that little city and would move there but dang housing is so expensive!  

This little number was a million dollars and trust me...... it needs at lot of work. 

I have lot's of ideas for this small bi-level or as I like to call them....the dreaded split foyer.   This house style was very popular in the early 70's with a small entrance where you go up to the kitchen, living room and bedrooms and down to laundry room and family room.  

In this house the master bath and bedroom is tiny....tiny....tiny!  Short of lining the bathroom with diamonds....I am scratching my head to figure out what to do!

As you can see when you step out of the shower you are smack dab on the toilet.....

Needless to say I've got some research to do :)

It's no secret that I am a fan of American made furniture company Lee Industries.  I wanted to share this sectional style with you because I am so in love with it!

My friend bought a new house about a year ago....every room was painted a different color....

Here is what it looked like when she bought it.....

Just painting it white [ BM White Dove] made a huge difference!  But her furniture never looked right in the space [the couch was slightly too big] so it was time to update this room a little more!

Here was the furniture in her old house....fit so much better......

So we got to work.....

That shelf space where the "technology" lives is getting a paneled door to blend in..... 

You can see we added some shiplap, sconces, and painted the windows dark!  

This is my favorite sectional style from Lee.

We opted not to do the chaise..... but 2 sofa's and I also used a Crypton Fabric because she has a rotten little dog Tipper [who just happens to be Cami's BFF!]

The fabric we used was Duke Pumice

Since we did not have a place for lighting...especially when it backs up to a wall....the Circa Lighting sconces were the best alternative.

Also note the top stitching....another reason to love this modern feature.

We picked up that boat painting at a flea market and I love how simple it is.....

One of my favorite aspects of this sofa style is the low profile arm.  It means so much more seating space is available!

I will be sure to share with you when it's finished  and loaded with pillows and accessories!

And that's it....except for this.  I've mentioned before that when I walk Cami I listen to Podcast and Ted talks.....just finished this one and I highly recommend it!  Thanks Maria.

I listened to it twice.

Yeah.....it's that good.



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