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Results found for "1800's"

  • New remodeled Basement, This is our new remodeled basement. It used to have ugly paneling on the walls. We covered it up with canvas. We used plain bottled starch to get the canvas to stick to walls. We intalled a room divider between the new family room & home office in other side of basement. a very relaxing space. Many period antiques. Thanks for looking and be sure to check out all of my rooms because we gutted this house and remodeled every room in it. Comments welcome. , Basements Design

    New remodeled Baseme...

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  • New covered deck, This is the very first project me and my wife started 1 1/2 years ago. I love being out here. It is such a calm & peaceful place to spend time., Patios & Decks Design

    New covered deck

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  • ASKING FOR YOUR HELP PICKING COLORS FOR EXTERIOR!!, My husband and I bought this home in 1998 with our two boys..Since than we have added a completley new roof,soffits,gutters,and are replacing all the windows with colonial grids windows..But also we had someone build on the porch.(which is by far my favorite thing) .The house was built in 1860 than they jacked up the house and added the basement and the entire upper part of the structure in the 1940's... Well now after years of trying to paint this I am ready for vinyl siding..My problem is what colors would look good on this old home???I was thinking of having clapboard or shakes vinyl siding either in the greens,yellows or tans family with almond trim that would look like what is on the bottom windows .. And shutters on the top window.. We are only doing the top above the porch and the two dormers for now ..I may paint the rest of the home next summer..Either the same shade or a complimentary one??       Any advice is appreciated..It is such a hard choice to make.., Home Exterior Design


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  • Front Yard in Connecticut, Here is a Picture of our front yard. The Home was built Last Summer/Fall. We added all the landscaping this Spring. Any suggestions about adding anything to the front?Also what should we do with the well pipe sticking up in the middle of the front of the yard. Thinking about putting a "Well Pump" ontop of it. Or just plant some plants/Bushes around it? I also Included a before picture., Yards Design

    Front Yard in Connect...

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  • 1800's Farmhouse Kitchen Makeover on a budget, A budget redo of an 1800's farm house kitchen. It was 70's retro complete with a yellow formica countertop and white linoleum floor. We wanted to bring a more primitive & period feel to the space., Kitchens Design

    1800's Farmhouse Kitc...

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  • Elegant Victorian Dining Room, This is the dining room remodel that my wife and I just completed. It was a full year process. Most everything in this room is antique. My favorite piece is the Eastlake bookase that I found at a local antique shop. All the accessories in this room are antiques as well. The entire house was inspired by the "smoking room" in Biltmore Estate located in Asheville, NC. A must see place. Please feel free to view all the rooms in ths remodel. All comments welcome. Thank you for viewing, Dining Rooms Design

    Elegant Victorian Din...

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  • 1980's to Tuscany style with re claimed materials, Re-purposing old materials.  The creation for the Jacuzzi tub surround is from an old school pocket door from the 1920’s. One of the panels designed to be removed. Allowing access to the Jacuzzi motor. The sink comes from an Old Sheepherders wagon that dates back to the 1800’s. The concrete counter top was created to accommodate the sink. Enjoy! , Bathrooms Design

    1980's to Tuscany styl...

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  • Primitive Living Room, Early 1800's Primitive Keeping Room, Living Rooms Design

    Primitive Living Roo...

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  • Primitive Dining Room, Early 1800's Primitive Dining Room, Dining Rooms Design

    Primitive Dining Roo...

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  • Primitive Kitchen, Early 1800's Primitive Kitchen., Kitchens Design

    Primitive Kitchen

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  • Small Spaces, I is the living room. My living room, dining room and kitchen are all one open small. , Living Rooms Design

    Small Spaces

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  • COLOR CHOICE MADE FOR THIS OLD HOME!!, This has been a very tough descision to make..I do not like to pick colors, escpecially when they will be on the home for 30+ yrs hopefully.. The roof we had put on the house in 1999..And it is brown,,(thinking  should have been different) anyways, that limits choices of colors..THE COLORS WE PICKED WILL BE A WICKER FOR HOUSE, ALMOND FOR THE TRIM AND TRIM PIECES, AND BLACK SHUTTERS FOR THE TOP WINDOW.And a crown above the window to match the rest of the windows but in almond..IT WILL ONLY BE THE TOP AND THE DORMERS TO BE SIDED RIGHT NOW!Due to money constrants,Baby steps..We picked Mastic Brentwood siding If we do not get to siding next yr..I will paint the other parts..Except the back which definetley needs to be sided..Way to tall.. I will post pics when done.., Home Exterior Design


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  • remodeled 1800's, This was the kitchen in the late 1800's log cabin that I remodeled. There was evidence that it had been re-done several times before.
, Kitchens Design

    remodeled 1800's

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  • Before and After mid 1800's Row House, Row House Kitchen that had been severly neglected for decades., Kitchens Design

    Before and After mid ...

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  • 1800's Carriage Home, Home Exterior Design

    1800's Carriage Home

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  • First White Christmas in GA since 1800's, Holidays Design

    First White Christma...

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  • Chamberlain Manor, Chamberlain Manor - 1899 Queen Anne

Situated on a 1.1 acre landscaped lot in a residential area of Hannibal MO, "America's Hometown" , and boyhood home of Mark Twain.

House was built by Wilbur F. Chamberlain, a Union Capt. During the Civil War, Hannibal Postmaster, a founder of a bank that still exists here, and Mayor of Hannibal.

When built, its location was the NW corner of the city limits.  Therefore it was never a "country home" but rather in a neighborhood of large estate lots.

The house has only had five previous owners.

The house has great natural lighting through nearly 60 windows, much of the upper glass pieces are colored glass in blue, red, purple, orange, yellow, pink and green.  It has been called the Rainbow House by some.  

We call it Chamberlain Manor, and plan to open the house for tours, a B&B, and a Wedding chapel someday., Home Exterior Design

    Chamberlain Manor

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  • Old house front porch-Loving the spring!!, Renovated front porch in our circa 1850 Greek revival cottage home., Porches Design

    Old house front porch-...

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