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Results found for "1950's ranch split level 50's landscape ideas windowboxes window boxes shrubs bushes"

  • 1950's Ranch Landscape Ideas, This is our home, a split level ranch, purchased in 2007, located in Warwick, RI. I've done a few small, DIY low budget improvements: painted shutters from a fuschia to this dark blue, removed overgrown bushes, added window boxes, brass mailbox, painted the old worn post light white and wired on a new light fixture, new brass house numbers, flag and new front door. This year we are hoping to add a walkway, possibly pavers or concrete, and some shrubs/flowers. I had thought about doing a small 1 1/2 foot retaining wall to make some flower beds in front of the house (split in 2 sections by the front stairs) but was unsure how it would look and how much it would cost. Suggestions welcome! , Home Exterior Design

    1950's Ranch Landscap...

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  • Our Home, This is our front yard. , Home Exterior Design

    Our Home

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  • Garden Wedding Site, The front bed is 150 - 200 ft. long and an L-shape.  It features MANY peonies and other asst. perennials and shrubs.   We live in Kansas in a small rural town of only 350 people.  Our home sits on 10 acres.  Since our yard is 90% shade it's really quite comfortable in the summer heat.  A  young couple from here in town will be using our yard as their wedding site mid-August  We're getting ready to pour a new front sidewalk., Gardens Design

    Garden Wedding Site

    17 photos, 2,918 Views, Flag

  • Home Exterior-Before & After, 1953 Mid-century box gets a face lift! The dark blue house melted into it's environment and got lost in the shade. But now it's bright and happy! Seems to be a controversial color palette in this conservative neighborhood. Let me know what you think!, Home Exterior Design

    Home Exterior-Before...

    8 photos, 2,216 Views, Flag

  • My home exterior - Needs HELP!, I have only done small things to the front of my home but I really don't like it? Painted the deck (needs to be replaced). Thought of cutting down the shrubs and messy trees by the deck and adding a trellis over the deck? Does anyone have ideas of what I could do? , Home Exterior Design

    My home exterior - Ne...

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  • Exterior Help Request - 1970's Split Level, Just purchased this home.  While the interior was remodeled in 2008, the exterior needs a personality lift.  Suggestions welcome! :), Home Exterior Design

    Exterior Help Request...

    5 photos, 2,982 Views, Flag

  • Cottage Country, This is my home in the high desert. Stucco exterior is used here most often. But I love the cottage feel so with the edition of shutters and flower boxes and a street lamp and some yard art I think I got it. I only wish I had the money to make the front patio a real porch with railing. Someday maybe., Home Exterior Design

    Cottage Country

    24 photos, 3,105 Views, Flag

  • An eccentric and colorful foyer, We live in a raised ranch home so the entryway is very small. After moving in I decided I wanted to have a gallery wall of my children's artwork as a special little welcoming for guests., Other Spaces Design

    An eccentric and color...

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  • Sunny Garden Flowers, These are photos of some of my sunny location flowers. As we continue to work in the yard, I will upload some photos of it all coming together!, Gardens Design

    Sunny Garden Flowers

    9 photos, 1,189 Views, Flag

  • Tropical "Staycation" in Sunny Florida, We have almost finally completed the renovation of our backyard "staycation" patio area, to enjoy in sunny Florida.  We live in a gated subdivision where unfortunatly our lot backs to another street with houses.  We wanted to make our backyard area a place we could use as an extension to our house.  One of our main concerns was adding pricacy for ourselves, and also the neighbors that directly back to our house.  I think we've finally achieved our goal.  The only thing remaining is to add lights for the evenings, and lastly a outside fireplace.
, Gardens Design

    Tropical "Staycation"...

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  • Horribly Depressing 1950's front yard, Ubiquitous carved pine bushes, sagging flagstone garden walls, sewer clean out right next to walk, front porch too small to do anything but walk through.  All this adds up to our horribly depressing front yard.  We've got patchy grass, old wood work, and broken concrete.  The only positives are a great big old maple tree and a really neat vintage mail slot., Yards Design

    Horribly Depressing 1...

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  • Don't be afraid to paint wood white!, Original 1959 time capsule kitchen.  We wanted to freshen it up without spending tons and keeping with the character of the rest of the house.  

We kept the solid wood cabinets, but painted, trimmed and routered them to give them a whole new look.  Butcher block counters from Ikea were an inexpensive but rich looking option. 

New stone-look vinyl floors were installed.  Stainless steel appliances and fixtures give the new kitchen a rustic modern feel. Dark brown paint was used above the cabinets and a color called 'Almond bisque, a very pale neutral yellow on the lower walls.

More pictures to come.

All in all, exclusing new appliances we spent about $3000 for this huge makeover., Kitchens Design

    Don't be afraid to pai...

    10 photos, 2,814 Views, Flag

  • Split Level Ranch Renovation, A nineteen seventies split level ranch gets whole house remodel into a modern contemporary. Rooms were opened up, gutted and redone. Plus a 1000 SF addition, Living Rooms Design

    Split Level Ranch Ren...

    32 photos, 10,815 Views, Flag

  • Cottage Dining in a Split Entry Home, I tried to create a cottage feel in our small split entry dining area by using a mix of floral  garden and some vintage items etc. , Dining Rooms Design

    Cottage Dining in a S...

    9 photos, 8,454 Views, Flag

  • help my little sister with her first house-need window ideas, My sister is buying her first house.  This is the window in her ranch style living room.  She's thinking pleated shades that open up or down.  She'd love some input.  The curtains shown are going to be gone for sure.  She has brown leather furniture and likes modern patterns.  She's love your ideas for both shades and window curtain/coverings. Thanks, Living Rooms Design

    help my little sister ...

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  • Remodeled Ranch Style Home, Photos show a progression of our past 4 years of work on this 1960's ranch.  We have installed new windows, siding, lighting, roof, paint, and landscaping., Home Exterior Design

    Remodeled Ranch Styl...

    4 photos, 2,632 Views, Flag

  • Our living room, See our living room as it changes from nicotine brown to quiet yellow.  Please leave comments.  If you like what you see, tell me.  If you don't you can tell me that too.  Don't rate and run!, Living Rooms Design

    Our living room

    16 photos, 162 Views, Flag

  • Sunporch, deck and backyard, My 3 season sunporch was decorated to invite friends and family to enjoy a bbq with us or at another time I can relax and read a good book with the sounds of nature (but not the bugs)!!, Patios & Decks Design

    Sunporch, deck and bac...

    10 photos, 887 Views, Flag

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