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Results found for "Consistent design style"

  • Simple Pleasure, My bathroom was tiny and the space was not very attractive or functional.  There was empty space behind the wall in back of the toilet so we used that space to install custom cabinets.  We splurged on some must haves and accessorized with great bargain items.  The pictures on the wall were photos which I put into frames that I had stored  away for years and the accent tiles in the shower area were a bargain at the tile store.  To keep it cohesive I went with a square theme from the ceiling tile design to the knobs on the cabinets and stuck to all matching fixtures in an antique bronze finish.  My favorite splurge was the countertop which I fell in love with because of it's unique quality and design. My son did all of the work, so of course it makes my little spa-like retreat even more appreciated.  It is still small but at least the space I do have is being used more efficiently and everything can be neatly put away.  It is truly my Simple Little Pleasure.
, Bathrooms Design

    Simple Pleasure

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  • Moroccan Inspired Living Room Decor, This space was designed by our good friend Jessica using some of Badia Design's Moroccan home decor such as fabric ottomans, rugs, bone inlay tables, pillows, mother of pearl mirrors and sofas.
From www.badiadesign.com
Designed by Jessica Marx - www.jmarxatelier.com, Living Rooms Design

    Moroccan Inspired Li...

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  • Oh Baby! Lou Lou's Got Style!, What gets my heart pounding more than a room to organize and decorate? Just about nothing. So believe me, when my hubby and I found out we'd be parents to a fourth child, I was over-the-top excited about a new room to design. I adore kids' rooms almost as much as I adore the actual kids. Little Miss Louisa was reason enough to celebrate, but her room to decorate was the icing on the cake! I wanted to avoid the ordinary pinks and purples. I wanted a room that exuded girly-ness and class. I wanted a space that was fit for a baby but would grow with a child. What evolved became the perfect place for our Little Miss Louisa. 

For all the details of this project, stop by my blog:

http://thewdesign.blogspot.com/2010/08/nursery-dont-be-such-baby-about-it.html, Nurseries Design

    Oh Baby! Lou Lou's G...

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  • Crease3k's Mediterrean style diggs, A budget conscious Mediterrrnean inspired living roomdesigned I designed after taking a HGTV style quiz. The living room is 18'x13', earth tones throughout. Ivory color embroidered sofas., Living Rooms Design

    Crease3k's Mediterrea...

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  • Our Lovely Living Room, As a proud owner of a 1970's ranch style home, I have been working hard to freshen up and makeover the space. The living room design inspiration was pulled from the classic styles of cottage homes. I also feel drawn to many beach details, so I included those aspects into the design as well. Many DIY projects needed to happen in order to make this space complete and stay on a budget. I feel like many of these humble touches made the room feel even more like a home. I hope you enjoy my living room makeover!, Living Rooms Design

    Our Lovely Living Roo...

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  • DESIGN STUMP! PLEASE HELP! , HI! I HAVE HERE A 60+ YEAR OLD HOUSE THAT HAD A TEE TINY KITCHEN WE HAD THE WALL TO THE DINING AREA KNOCKED OUT 2 YEARS AGO BUT COULD ONLY AFFORD MINIMAL UPGRADES-USING TAX RETURN THIS YAER WANTING TO RE-VAMP KITCHEN FOR AROUND 3000 THIS WILL REQUIRE NEW CABINETS SINCE THESE ARE NOT REPAIRABLE-AND NEW FLOORS-WE COVERED THE TILE WITH LINEOLUM(DISASTER!)DONT KNOW HOW TO GET THE FLOORS LEVEL IN THIS OLD HOUSE-ALSO WE HAD AN ISLAND INHERE AT ONE TIME AND I LOVED IT BUT IT TOOK UP ALL THE SPACE WE WERE RUNNING ALL OVER EACH OTHER AGAIN(ROOM IS PLENTY LONG JUST NOT REALLY WIDE ENOUGH-BUT I REALLY LIKE THE IDEA OF AN ISALN/BAR SEATING SINCE THERE ISNT ROOM FOR A REAL TABLE(I DO NOT LIKE THE RESTAURANT TABLE-HUSBANDS IDEA)+ IT WOULD ADD LOTS OF COUNTERSPACE-I NEED TIPS AND IDEAS FOR LAYOUTS-WE ARE DONG MOST OF THE WOR OURSELVES SO PROBABY LAMINATE FLOORS (EASIER TO INSTALL)AND DARK STAINED CABINETS IS MORE OUR STYLE, Kitchens Design

    DESIGN STUMP! PL...

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  • Architectural Elements and Minimalist Features that Speak to me., A collections of architectural elements that speak to me. Enjoy many of the items found within the minimalist movement., Other Spaces Design

    Architectural Element...

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  • Traditional meets Contemporary in the Kitchen, The chefs kitchen is grand and opens to the great room. Complete with stainless steel appliances and a gorgeous under mount farm sink.  Customized concrete countertops by Quinel Construction, an Italian stone backsplash and a stainless steel island and eating bar that seats eight by ASAP Sheet Metal.  The espresso stained, solid shaker style custom cabinets by Creative Cabinet Designs provide a gorgeous backdrop and an abundance of space for the most popular gathering area in the home including a built in china cabinet and wine bar. This preparing and eating area provides loads of storage and a deep pantry., Kitchens Design

    Traditional meets Con...

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  • Modern-Traditional Living & Dining Room with Custom Flooring, I wanted my home to look and feel more like a vacation rather than a bachelor pad. So I renovated it! The walls are covered with Avocado to bring a warm, happy feel to the area. The two rooms are separated by an overpass which is highlighted with pure white. This allows the rooms to carry their own distinction while still being able to flow freely together. 

Because the space is small, the perfect sized pieces were chosen to allow the area to feel large and airy. The floor is actually the concrete foundation; customized with a triple layer faux paint job.

Hope you enjoy!, Living Rooms Design

    Modern-Traditional L...

    9 photos, 571 Views, Flag

  • Small Bath, Old Style, This is a small bathroom that was stuck in the 70's and we wanted to stick it in the  20's.  So a redo with a salvaged tub and sink was in order., Bathrooms Design

    Small Bath, Old Styl...

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  • HIGHRISE LIVIN, modern simple clean lines.  living room, dining room, open living,  bold colors and neutrals make it warm and inviting,  combining old and new makes it more fun and interesting. , Living Rooms Design

    HIGHRISE LIVIN

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  • From mobile home to "Mobile Castle", I recently transformed my friends cold, empty, white walled, white lace curtains into her warm Old World Style cumfy castle., Living Rooms Design

    From mobile home to "...

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  • Clean fresh white cape cod style bathroom, Modern simple clean design, a beachy style for a dingy basement bathroom. Go to my blog to see more http://kellikaufer.posterous.com/ , Bathrooms Design

    Clean fresh white cape...

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  • Budget Living Room Remodel, A few months back I decided to give my living room a complete makeover, something it has needed since we moved in almost seven years ago. Since we don't have alot of extra money I knew I was going to have to do some serious bargain shopping and that my husband and I were going to have to take on some challenging DIY projects that we were definitely skeptical about, but our minds were made up and we were going through with it, there was no turning back. 

Three and a half months later our living room transformation was complete.I a™m pleased to announce that my husband and I successfully  installed crown moulding,  put up wainscot paneling and built a fireplace overmantle in our living room all for $300.00. In addition, we were able to find all of the furniture and decorative accents to furnish the entire living room for $2,931. 

For $3,331 we were able to give our Living Room a Complete Makeover.

Check out the entire story, before and after pictures and a cost breakdown at  http://www.myloveofstyle.com/2012/08/15/my-living-room-makeover/, Living Rooms Design

    Budget Living Room R...

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  • Asymmetrical Kitchen Remodel, Before moving into this newly purchased home, the owners had an opportunity to remodel the kitchen. Built in 1990, this kitchen was compartmentalized and outdated. The island was too small and a bottleneck formed between the island and refrigerator. The owners wanted to open up the space to the living and dining areas. 

Inspired by Mexican contemporary architecture, the kitchen was transformed. The tile backsplash, dark counters and small island were all removed. The florescent light box was swapped with cool pendants and recessed lighting. A new kitchen sink is now located under a new picture box window allowing views to the street. Overhead cabinets in a bright, fun hue and open wood shelving with accent lighting and decorative tile bring functionality to the space. The cooktop remains in the enlarged, asymmetrical island and now accommodates seating. Some appliances were updated and a new pantry with additional storage was constructed around the refrigerator. Finishing the look is new Brazilian Pecan hardwood flooring. 

Now this family has an updated, contemporary kitchen that is open to the living spaces and can freely enjoy hosting friends and family. 

Photography by Paul Finkel, Kitchens Design

    Asymmetrical Kitchen...

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  • Lost for color and style in this beach home, One large space shared as Dining/ Living room with no color splash. , Living Rooms Design

    Lost for color and sty...

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  • French eat-in kitchen/dining room, We updated our kitchen and dining room .We did everything ourselves including painting cabinetsinstalling laminate floors installing tile countertops and plastering the walls.Everything in the space was purchased at garage sales thriftstores or discount shops. Spent only 3000 for this remodel. Would like to replace stove with  black  oneadd crown molding all around room. The chairs are in need of recoveringnot sure if I should stick with cream fabric or  black&gold? Suggestions...anyone?, Kitchens Design

    French eat-in kitchen/...

    4 photos, 2,166 Views, Flag

  • Raintree in the shower, I did this shower myself. It features a polished pebblestone mosaic of a floor-to-ceiling tree that wraps 3 walls. The background tile is cafe rainforest. The shower is frameless glass so that the tree is the feature of the entire bath, Bathrooms Design

    Raintree in the shower

    21 photos, 1,297 Views, Flag

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