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Results found for "1970 bi-level"

  • Goodbye 1970's Kitchen, On a budget, we remodeled our 1970's kitchen to a more modern, useful space.  My friend did the tile work!  We had a bit of a time with the contractor (ugh).  But, for the most part, we love our new space., Kitchens Design

    Goodbye 1970's Kitche...

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  • Reclaimed barn wood Guest Bath, Redo of 70's guest bath using Reclaimed barn oak for vanity & counter top. Our 1st tiling ever. We totally gutted the bathroom replacing everything even scaaped popcorn ceiling., Bathrooms Design

    Reclaimed barn wood G...

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  • 1980's condo bath before & after, My mom's condo is in great shape but everything is from the 80's when it was built so it feels dated. I tackled both baths for about 220$. , Bathrooms Design

    1980's condo bath befo...

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  • Update on 'Help! 1970's "Master No Bath"!', I found inspiration from the person who posted "Elegant Powder Room" and knew when I saw it that was what I wanted for our master.  Luckily, my husband is very handy, so our remodel cost just about $1,200!  I still don't have a tub in the room...we couldn't afford construction...BUT I do now have a space that I love and feel comfortable in and not grossed out!  My husband completely retextured the entire space (no more popcorn ceiling!)  We removed all the cabinets over the vanity, thus opening up the space.  Hubby built the storage tower and a built-in laundry hamper (no more plastic white hamper - yippee!). We were going to use the existing vanity base and just paint it, but when we bought the new vanity top, we discovered the old base was not square.  So, a trip to the seconds and surplus store resulted in us finding an unfinished base that we were able to paint the color of our choice.  We also got a new, sleeker, one-piece toilet.  The lighting idea also came from the inspiration photo...I just love the chandelier!  The comfort in the room is completed by soft brown carpeting which we got for just $20! I still wish we could have done some wall-moving and put in a nice big tub, but this will work for now...And "Rate My Space"...still feel free to select US for a visit from Angelo!, Bathrooms Design

    Update on 'Help! 1970'...

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  • Half way to Heaven Kitchen with Video, Originally a 1926 kitchen the kitchen was turned into a 1970s nightmare. We removed the shingles that were nailed to the walls and painted a fresh coat of paint. We added a dishwasher however that took the only useful space. We need to do a lot left like the main light and new counter tops but I think we are getting there. We're trying to make it a cute 1920s style kitchen with updated materials., Kitchens Design

    Half way to Heaven Ki...

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  • From brown and drab to fresh and inviting, The dining room in my 1970's home was drab and brown. Although it is still work in progress, it is already a fresh and inviting room.I have plans to change the light fixture and hang some art on the walls
http://www.creativeinchicago.com/2012/01/decorating-dining-room-before-and-after.html, Dining Rooms Design

    From brown and drab t...

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  • modern, Modern living room, Living Rooms Design

    modern

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  • Bi-Level Kitchen Renovation, Kitchens Design

    Bi-Level Kitchen Ren...

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  • 70's Brown Bathroom on a Budget, I knew this 70's brown bathroom was the first thing that had to go!  We did the demo ourselves, the tile floor I got for $5 at a yard sale, the clock, waste basket, art and towel and TP holder also came from yard sale.  I saved money were I could so I could splurge on other things!, Bathrooms Design

    70's Brown Bathroom o...

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  • 2 years and 2 bad home inspections later.., Here is the outside of our first home. We move in one month. The only thing we plan on doing right away is house numbers and storm door. (more time next year for other stuff) my question is how to get everything ready for winter. Will I need to plant any of this stuff again next year? when and how do you fertilize/mulch etc.? Any comments/suggestions welcome. We are in Cincinnati area. , Home Exterior Design

    2 years and 2 bad home ...

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  • Open Vaulted Living Room / Dining Room, This is our living room / dining room.  It has a very tall vaulted ceiling, and a large opening into the entry way, and a smaller pocket door that connects the dining room side to the kitchen.  I am at a total loss as to how to make this space feel comfortable and modern, while sticking to the spirit of the original 1970's CAPP (catalog home) design.  Our desired style leans towards Mid-Century Danish Modern., Living Rooms Design

    Open Vaulted Living R...

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  • Working with 1970's appliances!!, Because this is a rental, I cannot make any major changes, nor can I paint.  The appliances (except for the dishwasher) are all Harvest Gold and more than 30 years old, but still working fine (darn!).  The counter tops and back splash are just as old.  The flooring is an old grey, black and white tile that dates back to the early 60's.  Sigh...I just try to blend it to make a retro/farm kitchen look.  I really don't know what else to do.  The pantry and dining room doors are off the kitchen, as is the bathroom door in the far corner near the coffee pot.  The pantry is what sold me on the apartment.  I'm not looking for a rating on the pantry, but I thought it deserved a look because you don't see this size in pantries very often - especially in an apartment.  , Kitchens Design

    Working with 1970's a...

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  • New living room and dining room, We FINALLY remodeled our 1974 bi-level living room.  Took out the wrought iron railing in the living room and replaced it with a half wall.  We could now have a sectional!  We trashed the console TV and bought the entertainment center.  New corner chair accessories light fixtures paint and carpet.  We built the ottoman since we couldn't find one we liked.   You wouldn't believe how much cleaner brighter and open this room now is.  I'm not happy with the sheers.  Any suggestions?, Living Rooms Design

    New living room and d...

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  • 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 meet 2010, Pictures of before and after of a kitchen that was in bad need of update. This space was almost 30 years old and never changed. See how we brightened up this space and provided more storage with a convient pantry. The shelfs in the pantry were custom with in expensive materials, and they slide., Kitchens Design

    1970 meet 2010

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  • Red, White & Hue?!?! , We re-decorated our living room last year. We were going for a compromise between my husband and my style. He is more modern and I feel more traditional? We have a very unique space as far as furniture layout and having enough space to seat a family of four with guests. How did we do? I like more warm colors and my husband likes more bold colors. We just painted yesterday and put up the red curtains today and it has changed the entire feeling of the room and I'm not sure that I like it. I have removed the red drapes and am just undecided.. Should I go with a neutral? Ignore the carpet please, it will be replaced soon. Any advice would be helpful! PLEASE rate my space!    , Living Rooms Design

    Red, White & Hue?!?!

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  • 1970's Lakehouse in Texas, Help! This lakehouse kitchen has no upper cabinets but a beautiful view toward the lake. I would like to add a new dining room on the other side of the kitchen take out the windows and create an opening to the new dining room.  Dark old pine cabinets and formica is gloomy.  The dark paneling is definitely dated!  The floor is vinyl. Appliances are dated. What would you do to update it? I am looking for ideas and maybe a remarkable remodel!, Kitchens Design

    1970's Lakehouse in Te...

    5 photos, 367 Views, Flag

  • 1970 kitchen update, updated our 1970s kitchen by painting cabinets Behr Off White, new cabinet hardware (the half moon drawer pulls are my favorite addition) and new appliances.  It isn't our dream kitchen, but it's what we could do on a small budget. , Kitchens Design

    1970 kitchen update

    2 photos, 1,117 Views, Flag

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