DIY Experts give a '70's family room a Shanghai twist with red walls and a wood-paneled bar to in evoke the look of bamboo.
DIY Experts reinvent a '70s family room with a Shanghai twist to fit the way people entertain today. Red walls add sophistication and the wood-paneled bar is updated to evoke the more contemporary look of bamboo. We'll also alter a few of Granny's pieces, bringing them into the current century and lending them an Asian flair.
What can you do with paint, a few dollars and a little creativity? Turn an outdated family room into an Asian-inspired lounge with red textured walls and more.
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