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Results found for "French"

  • Hidden TV and Library Great Room, Since we don't have a separate living room, our great room conceals our flat screen TV and bookshelves behind wire mesh doors backed with fabric. We've wanted to use these stone greyhounds on a fireplace for years. We finally had the guts to do it. They're our only house pets. , Living Rooms Design

    Hidden TV and Library...

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  • Livingroom, living room that displays all of my creative sensibilities, Holidays Design


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  • Riley's Nursery, Thanks to a combination of ideas that I received from browsing Rate My Space as well as adding my own ideas I was able to put together a nice soothing nursery for our new daughter.  I think it is something that will also grow with her as she enters her toddler years., Nurseries Design

    Riley's Nursery

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  • This is our LONG hallway, This hallway has been very hard to make into a useable space. , Other Spaces Design

    This is our LONG hal...

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  • Neutral Nursery with French Toile Theme, I wanted a neutral nursery that would double as a guest room.  I went with a green and white toile theme and added some custom accents like hand-painted "Le Petit Prince" watercolors and a tree mural that doubles as a growth chart and includes a night light., Nurseries Design

    Neutral Nursery with ...

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  • Whimsical European Living Room, Living Rooms Design

    Whimsical European L...

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  • Small Master Closet Gets Walk-in Feel!, Ever since my husband and I moved into our first home, it's been love at first sight.. all except for our small master closet! In efforts to create more space, we moved all my husband's clothes to our large dresser so that we both had the extra space we needed to spread out. So, with the help of Closetmaid, Behr paint, and a touch of fabric, we were able to transform our small, cramped, ranch style closet into spacious, walk-in closet that I've always wanted! , Closets Design

    Small Master Closet ...

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  • Country French Christmas, Country French Christmas by Show me Decorating, cool turquoise, rich red and gold compliment the season in this beautiful home., Holidays Design

    Country French Christ...

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  • English Country Cottage Christmas Decorations in Virginia, Our newly built English style cottage in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains reflects our love of the architecture of my husband's homeland. I designed the home around a 16th century Welsh timberframe we imported from the UK, and fully outfitted the house with British architectural antiques, including 17th century oak panelling and a Victorian staircase. Here, we've decorated for the holidays in traditional English style. Hope you enjoy!, Holidays Design

    English Country Cotta...

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  • an office that's not too masculine or feminine (hopefully), This office had been my husbands, but in the two years that we've lived in this house, he almost never used it, so after I started my business... I decided to "share" the office with him.  I did my best to blend his professional sports "decor" with my own aesthetic.  So now, we can both feel comfortable working here.  I did this make over in one day, using the things I already owned.  I always appreciate comments both positive and negative,  I learn from every project I take on. Thanks for viewing my space!  , Home Offices Design

    an office that's not to...

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  • Lots of light and country charm., This dining room catches light from two sets of french doors that open onto our wrap around porch.  The painted furniture is functional and unique., Dining Rooms Design

    Lots of light and coun...

    5 photos, 5,396 Views, Flag

  • French Country Dining Room, My favorite room!, Dining Rooms Design

    French Country Dining...

    6 photos, 1,840 Views, Flag

  • Before and After - Tudor Gets Plastic Surgery, This 1922 built Tudor had been bastardized by previous owners it's much happier now :), Home Exterior Design

    Before and After - Tu...

    2 photos, 2,691 Views, Flag

  • Country French Dining Room, Dining Rooms Design

    Country French Dining...

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  • Log Home in North GA Mountains, In 2003 my husband and I embarked on the building of our dream retirement log lodge home and garage that we designed. The home is built from 10-inch Swedish cope Eastern white pine logs. Garage is standard frame construction. 18 months later it was as "finished" as it could be. It's still a work in progress but we love the home our wooded 16 acres and the wonderful little mountain community we now call home., Home Exterior Design

    Log Home in North GA...

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  • Reagan's Vintage Paris Room, Paris inspired room. After having three boys I wanted a pink room for our daughter. The Serena and Lilly bedding inspired the look. The walls are painted in a Lowes Pink 3. I purchased a large damask stencil from Etsy and painted the entire room with it for the illusion of French wallpaper. The furniture came from Home Goods. The chandelier was a  internet purchase and the name was Paris Flea Market by Crystorama. I bought the pink crystals on Ebay., Nurseries Design

    Reagan's Vintage Pari...

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  • Twin Nursery for My Little Angels, Our prayers have been answered and our miracle babies are due in July! I have been working on the nursery for three months and it is 99% finished! As a final touch, I would like to add our girls' monograms over the changing table... but we haven't chosen their names yet! :) I’m a real “girly girl”, so I wanted to create a sweet, feminine, and pretty space for my daughters. The colors I chose were a light pink, taupe and soft white. I wanted to use these colors because I felt they were soft… very calming and soothing. (perfect for rest and relaxation) I found this toile fabric that has a picture of two angels on it, and I thought it was perfect since we were having two little girls. I also really liked the bows on the toile. So, angels and bows became the “theme” of the room. I sewed all of the bedding and curtains myself. I mixed old, vintage, bargain items along with some with new, “splurge” items. I really enjoyed working on this room and I hope you enjoy the photos! Thanks for looking!   ***Update: We chose the names and I uploaded some pics of the monogram signs!, Nurseries Design

    Twin Nursery for My ...

    40 photos, 6,100 Views, Flag

  • Dining Room, Our dining room with an Ironworks chandelier, a 19th C French Cherry Farm Table, English Yew Wood Windsor Chairs, Staffordshire collection, and a White English 19th C Footbath with white azaleas, Dining Rooms Design

    Dining Room

    4 photos, 5,127 Views, Flag

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