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Results found for "1970's ranch"

  • 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, 2,974 Views, Flag

  • Would You Buy This 1970's Ranch?, Living Room fixer upper in 1970's ranch home. Is it ready for the "for sale" sign or does it need a little help to get her sold?, Living Rooms Design

    Would You Buy This 1...

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  •  color and curb appeal help please, I just can't figure out how to update our ranch.  I've planted bushes but ripped them out because they got mold and died. Then I tried to plant mini rose bushes but I seem to have a brown thumb.  We don't have a very inviting entrance.  I am getting a new solid door for the entry.  We don't know what color to paint it.  The brick has a lot of orange tones.  I hate the brown trim and off white color but don't know what else to paint it.  What about painting the brick?  The roof needs replacing any suggestions on color and type of roof to go with? There are also cracks all over because we just had major foundation repair.  I just don't know where to begin.  We would love any suggestions.  The exterior is stucco and brick., Home Exterior Design

    color and curb appeal ...

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  • Family Room, The family room of this 1970's ranch style home had never been updated.   , Living Rooms Design

    Family Room

    4 photos, 639 Views, Flag

  • 1970's Ranch Renovation, Custom Exterior, Custom Exterior Finish, Home Exterior Design

    1970's Ranch Renovati...

    6 photos, 2,490 Views, Flag

  • 1970's Long Ranch on 1/2 Acre, Classic long ranch in a beautiful woodsy, winding road sub-division in Palatine, IL., Home Exterior Design

    1970's Long Ranch on 1...

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  • 1970's Dark Side of the Room, Wall 1: Dark Paneling, Wall 2: Brick fireplace with built in dark wood bookshelves, Wall 3: Windows, Living Rooms Design

    1970's Dark Side of th...

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  • Small Brick Ranch, This is the house my husband and I just bought.  It is a smaller 1970's brick ranch.  While we're having lots of fun decorating the inside, I'm at a loss for the exterior.  I want to clean the brick, but I am afraid to use a pressure washer, as the brick is older, and I don't want it (or the mortar) to crumble.  Also, I want to plant some flowers in the flower beds, but I'm not sure what.  Any suggestions? Any ideas as to how to add some curb appeal to our new home would be greatly appreciated!  , Home Exterior Design

    Small Brick Ranch

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  • around my mid-century home (so far), when I found a love for mid-century design and found out my house was built in the spring of 1950,I had some thrifting, antiquing, and re-designing to do...
This is where I'm at so far. More pictures to come as time permits..., Living Rooms Design

    around my mid-century ...

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  • Mid century Modern Fiberglass Home, I purchased this home about 5 months ago, It is modular in design and comes apart in 6 identical pieces. Total size is 1400 sq feet. it was made in the 1970's. I am still in the process of getting it moved and finding suitable land to build on.  It is shaped like an asterisk "6 pointed star". Each individual pod is 12'x14' and the center circle is 25' in diameter with 14' ceilings. The whole building fits in a 50' x 50' foorprint. This needs work, but I truly love mid century design and will make it better then new. I have lots of ideas. Hopefully I can start this summer. If anyone knows of another one of these somewhere please let me know. , Home Exterior Design

    Mid century Modern F...

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  • Kitchen Make Over, Make over of a 1970 stlyle kitchen to a modern high end kitchen, Kitchens Design

    Kitchen Make Over

    12 photos, 2,891 Views, Flag

  • New Construction, Home Exterior Design

    New Construction

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  • ~Hip Home!~B&A Tour, We tried to create a fun contemporary home with some pizzazz. It was a blast to stage this home. Contrary to popular belief, a vacant home does not show bigger or better. When a buyer walks through the front door, the goal is to elicit an emotional connection-this is next to impossible with an empty house. While other homes in the neighborhood sat for months on end this one sold in days for the asking price-they wanted to move back in. Fun! If you're selling please keep this in mind, and if not, hopefully you may find some decorating inspiration if this is your style. I can't imagine a better job on the planet, even though it is hard and demanding work. It is so rewarding to help sellers move on with their new lives. Thank you all for the wonderful comments on my other posts I appreciate my fellow RMSer's so much! You all continue you to teach me new things :)!, Dining Rooms Design

    ~Hip Home!~B&A Tour

    38 photos, 3,743 Views, Flag

  • Small Bathroom - Beautiful and blue from - 1970's ugly and worn out. , This bathroom desperately needed help.  The bathroom is in a 70's house and is very small.  The tile job is bad and the vanity is too large for the space.  The tile has plastic wood trim and lots of caulk around it which makes me think that the tile job may be much worse than it looks on the surface.  I am going to find out what lies beneath. 

I striped most of the walls down to the studs and started installing my new blue bathroom.  The mosaic tile took a while to put together.  After that everything went up fairly easy.  Replaced the vanity, counter, toilet, medicine cabinet adding trim around and to the ceiling.  I added storage shelves recessed in the wall with trim to the ceiling to match the medicine cabinet and vanity, which I had added decorative wood to the door and drawers. The only thing that was not replaced was the tub which we had refinished to match the toilet and sink.  The piece of granite for the counter was actually given to me as a 36 X36 at a granite fabricator.  The man thought I would not be able to do anything with it (He was so wrong) and I thank him very much for my granite counter top.  I cut it to fit the vanity, did the rock finish edging, and cut the hole for the sink in just over an hour.  I had a budget of $900.00 for the bathroom.  Doing all of the work myself with the exception of refinishing the tub I spent $846.98 to totally redo this hall bathroom.  Could not have done it at all if I had to pay for demo and all of the instillations of medicine cabinet, counter, tile floor and shower, mosaic, built-ins, vanity, sink, toilet, faucets,  Just the custom mosaic would have taken my budget.
, Bathrooms Design

    Small Bathroom - Bea...

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  • Our Colorful Kitchen Remodel, When we moved into our new house, we didn't have enough money to re-do our kitchen so we decided to handle the project ourselves. We painted the cabinets, painted the backsplash, added a hand painted island, changed out the hardware on the cabinets, spray painted the old kitchen light fixtures, painted a chalkboard wall, and replaced the old curtains with new ones. We love the way it turned out even though it was a lot of work!, Kitchens Design

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  • Small Cottage Kitchen/French Country, In 2008, we purchased our first home, a 1910 cottage-style home in the country.  It needed some general TLC.  The kitchen had mustard colored walls, so we repainted them in Sherwin Williams Latte'. We pulled up the ceramic tile floor and had the original pine floors refinished.  The cabinets were very "80's"...stained a dark, dull brown, so we had them painted red and I added new hardware. Since the formica countertops were a neutral color and in good condition, we decided to keep them for now. My husband had been totally against using red on the kitchen cabinets, but as it turns out, it is now his favorite room in the house.  , Kitchens Design

    Small Cottage Kitche...

    5 photos, 1,701 Views, Flag

  • Ranch Facelift, 1950s remodeled ranch home, greatly improved from what it once was. , Gardens Design

    Ranch Facelift

    2 photos, 1,478 Views, Flag

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