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Old 04-30-2017, 07:05 AM   #31
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Gee, I just realized this is an old thread...
the OP must have completed this room by now?
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Gee, I just realized this is an old thread...
the OP must have completed this room by now?
Yes, and I still wonder why the mantle tilts in a different manner than the ceiling?
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It's an optical illusion. The FP mantle is straight, however,
the wall above the FP is slanted upwards.

I wonder what he did with the room?
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It's an optical illusion. The FP mantle is straight, however,
the wall above the FP is slanted upwards.

I wonder what he did with the room?
Try hiding the ceiling line with your hand. The mantle & bottom of the fireplace still seem off.
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Yes, I see...could be the angle the pic was taken.

In our house I'm the eagle eye. I say, "the shelf is crooked."
He says, "it's dead on, look at the level"
Then I say, "the ceiling is off a bit, you need to adjust the shelf
accordingly." After he makes the slightly off level adjustment,
the shelf then looks perfectly level!"
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Trimming and having fresh paints on the walls is a decorating home improvement you can easily do by yourself. In this project, don't be afraid to play with colors. Walls with plain white paint makes a room look more sterile. It gives the room a light atmosphere, but is often unattractive and boring. If you want your place to have more warmth and showcase a more appealing atmosphere, go with contrasting earth tone colors.
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