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Results found for "Antiques"

  • SK's Warm Living Spaces, Other Spaces Design

    SK's Warm Living Sp...

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  • My shoestring budget kitchen re-do (less than $2,000), I am proud to show off my new and improved kitchen finally!  We knocked out a huge pantry and expanded the kitchen to add more counterspace and cabinets.  The problem was we could not find a match to our old 1980's cabinets so we started looking in the paper for used cabinets in hopes of finding the style.  After almost a year we finally bought basic cabinets at Lowes and since we could not duplicate(and did not want the dark finish) I decided to faux paint them woodgrain to match our floors.  The grey is Valspar tinted primer with antiquing gel applied and the woodgrain is also by Valspar with my application of gel and paint to look like wood.  With our son's help this project cost less than $2,000.
Luckily, even though I would like a new countertop my old counters were still available to match.  The tile backsplash was only $165 to do! The pulls are twig and leaves from Lowes.   I wanted a woodsey kind of look (even though I kept all my tins) so I handpainted branches with birds and squirrels along the top of the tile. We bought new lighting with leaves for our three lights and the middle light is an old window with the fixture secured underneath.  The new cabinets have a faux arch to fool your eye into thinking they match the old ones...my husband routed out the drawer fronts to match the old ones...we think the result is pretty good...what do you think??, Kitchens Design

    My shoestring budget k...

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  • Primitive, Antique, Country Kitchen, Kitchens Design

    Primitive, Antique, ...

    10 photos, 1,252 Views, Flag

  • Sewing Room, Other Spaces Design

    Sewing Room

    22 photos, 963 Views, Flag

  • Help Me Finish the Details, It's an extra room we made into a sitting room, Living Rooms Design

    Help Me Finish the D...

    10 photos, 377 Views, Flag

  • Primitive, Antique, Country Dining Room, Primitive, Antique, Country Dining Room, Dining Rooms Design

    Primitive, Antique, ...

    12 photos, 1,388 Views, Flag

  • Beautiful Blissful Heavenly Backyard, My parents have a 16 room two story home which has been featured in every magazine imaginable.  My mom was the talent behind the design.  She passed away in 2008 and my twin sister and I keep her gardens alive.  We give tours throughout the year as my mom's legacy lives on., Yards Design

    Beautiful Blissful He...

    8 photos, 1,675 Views, Flag

  • My Cottage Garden Filled With Antiques, I love spending time out here reading and having my morning coffee and night time adult beverage.  Anyone care to join me.  We give garden tours.  I love it in the spring, however the summer has lots of flowers.  The downside is in the Fall and Winter it doesn't look so inviting., Gardens Design

    My Cottage Garden Fi...

    7 photos, 6,207 Views, Flag

  • Tom's Western Home Office, This was a basement space I used to create my husband a Western Home Office for his Farrier business., Basements Design

    Tom's Western Home ...

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  • Welcome to my livingroom, We bought our Dutch style furniture 31 years ago and good furniture does last.  I still love the pretty carved wood that gives the room a warm look.  I have collected salt-glaze pottery for years which my husband made a shelf for displaying it.  He also made the cute blue shelf for other old  items displayed in the room.  Our fireplace was made by hand by my talented husband and even though he had never done stonework I love the finished look.  The mantle is a rough log we had cut and milled to get a chunky look.  , Living Rooms Design

    Welcome to my livingr...

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  • Recycled Country French, lots of natural light and an open floor plan, Living Rooms Design

    Recycled Country Fren...

    11 photos, 1,232 Views, Flag

  • Primitive, Antique, Country Bedroom, This is my bedroom - I found my bed at a garage sale - $40.00. I hate to hang anything over my bed to take away from the height of my headboard - but if I found the right piece. , Bedrooms Design

    Primitive, Antique, ...

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  • Primitive, Antique, Country Living Room, BEFORE, Living Rooms Design

    Primitive, Antique, ...

    8 photos, 841 Views, Flag

  • River Retreat needs a Redo!, Large area is a combination kitchen/eating area/living room. Rock fireplace/hearth is focal point. Ouside wall is made up of all windows and french doors. Lots of antiques!, Living Rooms Design

    River Retreat needs a ...

    10 photos, 291 Views, Flag

  • Inside our home built in 2013, Some rooms inside our newly built home. I love antiques and wanted to bring in a nautical vintage cottage feel. , Other Spaces Design

    Inside our home built ...

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  • Juniper Hill B&B, This was the first room of the B&B we finished and decorated.  It kinda has an antique circus theme.  with a puppet theatre hiding the tv, on the coffee table a seat from a NY carousel, and roman shades with handpainted replicas of antique carnival sideshow banners, (I made myself).  Thank you for looking.  Bruce, Living Rooms Design

    Juniper Hill B&B

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  • Accomodating antiques, We have inherited oak antique furniture and need to decorate around it..., Living Rooms Design

    Accomodating antiques

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  • finally into this century!, Built in 1975, this bathroom had been redecorated several times (several layers of wallpaper.) We took that all off and pulled off the peel and stick vinyl tiles, creating a guest bath that is easily accessible for those who are wheelchair bound. We did a lot of this ourselves - stripping wallpaper, painting, slate floor, decorating. We did have a handyman's help with the pocket door and the plumbing., Bathrooms Design

    finally into this cent...

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