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Results found for "1830's home"

  • Painted replica of Rufus Porter mural, I painted this in a home that was built in the 1830's. The people I painted this for were pleased  I even painted their home and the Greek Revival  they owned next door in it.  It is done with 4 colors--black white and greens mixing lights and darks in the paint.  This is called a grissaile style painting.  I've been a muralist for 4 years if you'd like to see some more of my work please check out my website:  

www.custompaintinbydi.com, Living Rooms Design

    Painted replica of Ruf...

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  • TINY Shared Boys room, This is a bedroom in an 1830's farmhouse shared by 2 boys ages 8 and 11 in a tiny 7 x 9 ft. bedroom  (63 square feet) with a slanted - angled ceiling, Boys' Rooms Design

    TINY Shared Boys roo...

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  • Made in the Shade, Love gardening in the shade, Yards Design

    Made in the Shade

    15 photos, 13,391 Views, Flag

  • from TRASHY to FLASHY!, UPDATE: Well, after receiving a comment from someone, I decided that this space deserved the right to be updated. We have thought about selling this home to be closer to work, but we aren't sure yet. Go check out the new pics.

Also, remember this house has so much potential as many other homes do. We have stuck to a low budget to make dramatic changes. The big jump would be finishing the unused attic area into a master suite. It's bigger up there then any room in the house and still has the cathedral ceilings.

Well our title says it all. We bought this 4 year old home in Nov. 06 and after almost 5 hard weeks of fixing it up we were able to clean our home up and move in. This house was a foreclosure and I am glad that we were able to make it a home to want to go home to.   Please take a look at we have done and there is more to come. Our pool gets installed tomorrow ( 7/23 ) After that I will take lots more pictures. Thanks so much for taking a look! And thanks for the comments. , Home Exterior Design

    from TRASHY to FLA...

    27 photos, 4,073 Views, Flag

  • Barry,s Home Pix, In order: livingroomhallwaymedia room bedroomden. Please tell what you think., Living Rooms Design

    Barry,s Home Pix

    15 photos, 835 Views, Flag

  • historic home, this home is on a historic brick paved old canopied oak tree lined street., Kitchens Design

    historic home

    19 photos, 883 Views, Flag

  • Boy Nursery on a Budget, Baby blue boy nursery with Safari accents done on a budget!, Nurseries Design

    Boy Nursery on a Budg...

    10 photos, 37,045 Views, Flag

  • B L A C K    M A G I C , Cozy Breakfast & Barbque Outdoor Bistro: Foliage inspired by a native Florida plant: Black Magic. I kept layering for contrast by adding deep plum plants (sweet potato vine red grass & coleus) with rich tropical greens (ferns & palms).  Rather than install pavers (TO BE STAINED CHOCOLATE) from wall to wall I had them installed with a zigarut ending I  boardered with black Mexican River Rock to create a garden focal point. To balance the spaces edges and add depth I added a round mirror., Patios & Decks Design

    B L A C K M A G I...

    17 photos, 13,457 Views, Flag

  • Mountain Retreat Bathroom, My husband and I purchased a mountain with a preconstructed building skeleton.  The previous owner was planning on building a restaurant bed and breakfast.  His project stopped with the ouside walls windows and roof.  We took it over and made it our Family Mountain Retreat Home., Bathrooms Design

    Mountain Retreat Bat...

    90 photos, 3,364 Views, Flag

  • Don't be afraid to take down a non-load bearing wall to open up your kitchen! We did and we're glad! (Before & After pics), We never thought it would take a year to complete our small kitchen renovation but with the help of an uncooperative contractor it did!  Now with the holidays approaching we can finally enjoy our new space.  Working with a small space is challenging especially since we found ourselves having a long "wish list" of kitchen essentials.  We found that by taking down a non-load bearing wall we really opened up our kitchen which gave us the counter space we sorely lacked., Kitchens Design

    Don't be afraid to tak...

    19 photos, 32,645 Views, Flag

  • Log Home Christmas Tour, Welcome! Come on in and let me take your coat (hugs)! Would you like a cup of hot cocoa or coffee? Let's step into the great room by the fire and catch up with each other! Merry Christmas!, Holidays Design

    Log Home Christmas T...

    28 photos, 12,173 Views, Flag

  • Home Bar Owner Built, Our Bar and Pool Room . My wife and I built this and it took about 3 months. Great place for our friends and neighbors to meet. , Other Spaces Design

    Home Bar Owner Built

    38 photos, 1,954 Views, Flag

  • Living Room Harris House, This is the Living Room.  The doors to both this room, and into the dining room are about 50 inches wide.  We removed the doors and stored them in garage attic.  This room also features top and bottom frame moldings. The room boasts an arts and crafts styled wallpaper with shades of blue, green and terra-cotta on a cream background.  

In front of you are french doors to the Sun Room.  To the right of the door is a Victorian bow-front curio cabinet, which holds my matte finish Lladro figurine collection.  Over the curio hangs a landscape of the Noland Trail in Autumn painted by my aunt, Martha Brogley.

The wall to the right holds two windows draped with rosy terra-cotta moirè swags, and asymmetrical jabots, with cream moirè linings.  On the wall is an antique German regulator clock., Living Rooms Design

    Living Room Harris H...

    20 photos, 827 Views, Flag

  • Dedicated Home Theater, If you saw my previous project, it was a Theater area located over a garage with a hip roof on one side. I created a "false wall" to hide the speakers and hang the projection screen. 

It was a really great way to use this space but the basement is now nearly finished and I have carved out a cozy little spot that I can dedicate to the Home Theater and Audio Distribution equipment. 

The plan is to have a great place to entertain as well as hang out with the new baby!Ihope you like it., Basements Design

    Dedicated Home Theat...

    10 photos, 1,235 Views, Flag

  • Blessed I Am, I asked for help (generally complaining) on a recent post for more Spring color in my garden. On Mother's Day my Grandmother who raised me became ill. She taught me everything I know about gardening. Upon learning Mom is going to be Ok, I walked outside and saw the beauty I'd been overlooking. Thanks Mom, for everything, but most importantly for showing me God's beauty and love. I love you., Gardens Design

    Blessed I Am

    10 photos, 1,156 Views, Flag

  • New Construction, Home Exterior Design

    New Construction

    19 photos, 1,018 Views, Flag

  • My New Home, Living Rooms Design

    My New Home

    18 photos, 262 Views, Flag

  • out dated, Our House, Other Spaces Design

    out dated

    16 photos, 149 Views, Flag

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