There is a large clear spot-on the wall and a classic metal coat hook on the back of the door. The historic coat hanger had finally broken-off under the weight of way too many years of jackets and winter coats. The demise of this previous land was the starting place of a bedroom overhaul we'd been putting off for far too long.
The area involved was just a little used living room at the back of the house. The space had been partitioned off decades before in the storage by a previous owner. It had been long and slim, having a picture screen along one wall along with a handbuilt stone fireplace in the far end. The walls were sheathed in rough-cut knotty wood that were stained atleast several occasions and were currently a uniform dull grey. The textured roof and nice crown molding, along with the solid walnut mantelpiece within the stone fire, provided the room an antique and traditional feel that we wished to keep and increase.
To begin with we emptied the room of the accumulated containers, items of furniture and bric a brac that seem to accrete like sea-floor sediments wherever there's added storage space in a home, then we washed and scrubbed the place completely. We had forgotten concerning the parquet wooden floor tiles that people had hidden under a vintage braided rug when we first moved in coathookswallmounted
Since the knotty wood had been stained numerous instances, we understood a brand new coating of mark might do nothing to alleviate the grey boredom, so we opted for a heavy coating of semigloss latex paint. We agonized within the color, however in the end chosen a custom light-green color, called Mint, that complimented the black maple of the mantelpiece as well as the darkly varnished top molding and cut. It looked good, and after having a new coating of bright-white around the ceiling, the area was willing to enhance.
The previous coat hook came off the door, pictures were hung, racks mounted. A new spot rug went on a floor as well as a recliner and a loveseat and lamps and end platforms were located just right. Then a decoration of the new space, the 64" flat-screen tv, was fitted above the mantel. It was excellent.
Apart from that large empty spot-on the wall from the door. We resolved that last challenge with a shelved coat rack with four antiqued brass coat hooks that match properly within the house.