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  • Christmas Time and LOTS OF FAUX SNOW!!!, I decorate every room in our home for Christmas. I keep out my star fish all year long.  Ever since our trip to Hawaii years ago I have a thing for them.....sorry if some people don't care for them, I just smile every time I see one!   We have a tree in every room including the 4 bathrooms.  The kitchen tree is decorated with tea bags and spoons and the bathroom trees have tooth brushes, floss, tooth paste and picks.  Each tree is unique in it's own way.  Sorry about the poor picture quality... , Holidays Design

    Christmas Time and L...

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  • 2013 Unique Home Decorating for Fall & Halloween, Holidays Design

    2013 Unique Home Deco...

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  • No elbow room, This was a very small master bathroom as you will see., Bathrooms Design

    No elbow room

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  • The Spooky Room, This is a good size basement of about 1100 sq ft. we are currently in phase 1 and phase 2 combined. Check it out, Basements Design

    The Spooky Room

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  • Under $200 Update, Even updated spaces can be refreshed with just the simple add of pattern & shift of accessories. This homeowner already loved her simple and clean hotel look I did a few years ago, but needed help to re-energize it - for under $200. Part of the "save" for the budget came from making the printed curtain panles & pillows from 4 Tommy Bahama Shower Curtains found on clearance for only $8 each. Other saves came from picking up a few new accessories at a discount and adding drama for free with fresh cut palm fronds. We're on the hunt for a round rug to add to the living room seating area. Read more about the space changes and where the budget went at: http://nyclq-focalpoint.blogspot.com/2011/08/under-200-fl-living-room-update.html  Thanks!, Living Rooms Design

    Under $200 Update

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  • Not Just Your Everyday Family Room..It Has A Bar In It, We spend so much time in our family room!  It is so inviting and warm:) This room used to have cow and milk can wallpaper on it!! Do you believe it? I wished I took before pics., Other Spaces Design

    Not Just Your Everyda...

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  • Can You Say....Typography? Updated Foyer Stairs , Many years ago I really enjoyed the creamy carpet on our stairs in the foyer.  But lately..like April it was needing something.  So, off it came! Yes, me and my 2 daughters just ripped it all off. Including the landing and long hallway :) What a surprise to Mr.Thrifty when he came home from work.  Then a few weeks later he came home to this. I just told him it helps our toddler learn his numbers and that's why I did it ;D Shhhh, Other Spaces Design

    Can You Say....Typog...

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  • Bar Bathroom Done in Style with Faux Granite Painting, This is our half bath in the bar area. I faux granite painted the vanity top in here too. It only cost me $19! I just love the shine it adds to the room.  It makes this 14yr. old contractor oak vanity seem like a rich granite bathroom sink!   The faucets  I even painted oil rubbed bronze spray paint.  I spray them while they were even attached to the sink.  Plastic was just put down around it.  I continued my blue glassware collection into here as with the bar area. , Bathrooms Design

    Bar Bathroom Done in ...

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  • NO DEMO RENO KITCHEN TRANSFORMATION, I'm notorious for just switching up accessories to recreate a space. Well, a little more magic was need to transform our 2002 "builder white" kitchen. Not wanting to overdo expenses for our Florida market and wanting to try to stay green, we opted for a NO DEMO RENO. This space was transformed within 12 hours of one day: Graphite granite counter w/recycled glass dust, black granite bar-top with recycled glass flakes, a recycled glass mini-subway style tile full-height back splash, a 60/40 artisan sink, replaced drawer knobs for cup pulls, and added the splurge: the Kohler Simplice faucet. If Carter can do it - So can you. Our kitchen was transformed by using Granite Transformations and reusing our existing counters by covering with a new (no waste in a landfill). Read more about the process at http://nyclq-focalpoint.blogspot.com, Kitchens Design

    NO DEMO RENO KIT...

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  • Bedroom ,  This is a bedroom I decorated in our guest house. The space is used most by my  mother-in-law when she visits and I really want her to have a space that she can  enjoy.  The room is small. I know people say  don't paint a small room a dark color but  if the paint is matte and  the trim is light and you use  accents to brighten it up ( in this case I used mirrors)   then you can get away with it. Don't be afraid to experiment ..it's just paint.  The walls are a dark  brown. The amoire  I made by combining three amoires from Target to make two  amories...one for the bed room and one for the guest house living room. I'll post those pictures in a minute.  This room was done on a small budget. Hence the Target reference. The "fandelier"  is something I cooked up 10  years ago. I entered it in a contest about 5 years ago and have since seen it knocked off. tsk tsk. Anyway it's just a fan painted silver  then leafed. I wired crystals to it. Not all that complicated but when I wanted to buy one 10 years ago there were none to be found. , Bedrooms Design

    Bedroom

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  • Guest House Dining area  , It's a small space beside the kitchen.  Designed to complement the  other central spaces in the  guest house. , Dining Rooms Design

    Guest House Dining ar...

    13 photos, 2,414 Views, Flag

  • Budget Rustic Log Home Kitchen Redo, Our small log home kitchen is open to the great room and gets lots of natural light. We did not like the original kitchen so we refurbished and reused with a faux technique I found here on RMS. We've got less than $1800 including the new convection/microwave oven.You've got to see the before to really appreciate the after., Kitchens Design

    Budget Rustic Log Ho...

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  • Walk Thru laundry room / mud room with DIY touches, I updated my laundry area by using chalk board paint on 1 wall, painted shelves white, added command center,added REMOVABLE clothes rod above seating area, and made a light fixture., Other Spaces Design

    Walk Thru laundry roo...

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  • Under $500 Office Suite, This  Law Office Suite was done below $500 with a tight budget! From furnish to finish. This includes furniture, decor, curtains and framed achievements and all that you see!, Other Spaces Design

    Under $500 Office Sui...

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  • 2013 Kitchen reno. ~WHITE KITCHEN~, My husband and I took down the wall between our kitchen and dining room to create a more open flow from one room to the next.  We added columns because I wanted a half wall so we could build a banquette on the kitchen side.  We painted our contractor oak cabinets, stained the oak parquette flooring, painted the walls, painted the island, added new hardware, built the banquette, and added hand painted faux rugs. The counters are not granite...I painted those many years ago before kits became available.  I just purchased little samples of paint and sponged it on and added an epoxy.  , Kitchens Design

    2013 Kitchen reno. ~W...

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  • In progress master - suggestions please!, 1920s home, in progress bedroom. Furniture just purchased for a song. Hubby likes mission/arts n' crafts, I wanted more glam so this is our compromise. The area rug is Hubbies grandmothers, inherited - it stays and the colors blend (except the rose!). The room is 24x14 or so. The closets are tiny and have original mirrored doors. Glass doorknobs throughout the home. The picture molding stays but may be modified to one large pic. molding behind the bed rather than the two divided there now. I love the ocean and am thinking of a panoramic print with an espresso frame. Think ocean and sand colors. I think it may go well. Needs wall color, thinking of a complimentary neutral tan/beige with a soft blue ceiling. What do you all think??, Bedrooms Design

    In progress master - s...

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  • Guest & Reading Room Redo , Contemporary guest bedroom with a splash of fun., Bedrooms Design

    Guest & Reading Room ...

    6 photos, 13,329 Views, Flag

  • Major Master Bath Redo under $70 with granite countertops...that is FAUX , I revamped my bath by painting the walls,ceilings,vanity,whirlpool,countertop and yes even the sink!! Oh...and much,much more;D, Bathrooms Design

    Major Master Bath Re...

    11 photos, 1,882 Views, Flag

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