In the master bedroom, the walls are painted with Snowbound from Sherwin-Williams, giving a fresh backdrop for the soft color palette and. “This bedroom was very neutral previously. Just recently, I wanted to throw in some color with the bed and rug,” Sandi says.The blogger often exchanges design ideas with her business partner, Shalia Ashcraft . “She’s the only person I know, other than myself, who is obsessed with decorating,” Sandi says.
Randy and Shalia Ashcraft of The Spoiled Home, son Cale; and three dogs, Bronx, Hershey and Boo RadleySeminole, Oklahoma3,600 square feet (334.5 square meters); four bedrooms, 3bathrooms2006Vintage finds and modern furnishings mixed with graphic prints stand out in Randy and Shalia Ashcraft’s Oklahoma home. Shalia doesn’t mind breaking design rules when it comes to surrounding herself with what she loves.
The once-dark wood-paneled living area is now bright, with white walls and natural light. Paduch left the original Malm fireplace and wood ceiling as is. Large floor-to-ceiling windows offer a nonstop view of nature from this home on a hilltop overlooking a greenbelt. “The openness and view is great,” Paduch says.The greenbelt view also seems appropriate for Paduch, who spent 20 years as a fitness instructor before taking her current job in the oil and gas industry.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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are used.) For example, search for democrat OR republican to find results that refer to
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