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Results found for "Kraft paper floor"

  • Creating a beautiful floor out of paper, Starting with a particle board subfloor, (yukky carpet had to go!)  I skimmed it smooth with a special cement, then colored and applied Kraft paper cut in 12" squares to create a "tile" floor.  I made two sets of paper, similar coloring but different enough to create a subtle grid pattern in the floor for a nice accent.  Unbelievable what you can create with a decoupage floor!, Living Rooms Design

    Creating a beautiful f...

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  • open floor plan, my dining room is open to the living room.  I used wall paper to seperate yet connect the two spaces., Dining Rooms Design

    open floor plan

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  • Shed, Other Spaces Design


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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...

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  • Garage, Garages Design


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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 Built in 1990, this kitchen was compartmentalized and outdated.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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  • Our Favorite Concrete Acid Stain Projects!, One of the most unique characteristics of Concrete Acid Stain is its ability to infuse concrete/cement applications, with rich and deep color tones. Depending on the color and application techniques used, the results can mimic everything from polished marble to natural stone or even stained wood. These are our favorite projects!, Other Spaces Design

    Our Favorite Concrete...

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  • Painted Floor - 1964 Mobile Home, Two Months in the making. How we painted the original plywood sub-flooring in our 1964 single-wide Mobile Home
Like |Clip 2, Living Rooms Design

    Painted Floor - 1964 ...

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  • Great room with open floor plan, Great room has open floor plan great for entertaining!, Living Rooms Design

    Great room with open ...

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  • Kitchen Floor Before/After, Our outdated floor was in beautiful shape so we painted it.  We used oil based primer porch paint and polyurethane!  Was a job but results are awesome                     Our primer was just the basic white oil based primer it was not tinted but thats a good idea.  We had two colors of porch paint.. our base color which is the light diamond was painted on our entire floor after it dried we only had to paint the dark diamonds.. it saves time!  , Kitchens Design

    Kitchen Floor Before/...

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  • Dr. Luther Kemp House-1908, This is a virtual tour of our 1908 house built for Uniontown Maryland's Dr. Luther Kemp. The wall papers are Bradbury and Bradbury. This home is late Victorian--actually part of domestic home movement. All woodwork is original. Before we purchased it this was a bed and breakfast--although we totally redressed the house for our design sensibilities. We hope you enjoy!, Living Rooms Design

    Dr. Luther Kemp Hous...

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  • My daughter's bathroom in historic home., Before and after bathroom remodel., Bathrooms Design

    My daughter's bathroo...

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  • Outdoor Basketball Court, Outdoor basketball court, Patios & Decks Design

    Outdoor Basketball Co...

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  • 1st Floor View!, It's the straight veiw from the living room that showcases my open stairs. The stairs are a nice focal and brings more openness to the room. Right past the stairs you get a nice glimpse into the dinning room. The color scheme makes for a warm cozy environment., Living Rooms Design

    1st Floor View!

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  • Bedroom, This was a basement workshop, Bedrooms Design


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  • New Kitchen after Hurricane, European / Contemporary Kitchen. With a 12' x 14' area to work with and place that is functional and shows off our personality this was a challenge. Using slate as flooring gives a European touch of warmth green peacock granite cherry cabinets mosaic backsplash that adds punch of artwork soft green walls pot filler wine chiller / bar station built to the Island (seating for 4) w/ flat screen TV Black  appliances and lighting has dimmers. We love our Kitchen. What do you think?, Kitchens Design

    New Kitchen after Hur...

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  • Bathroom, Renovated entire guest bathroom with Travertine Marble and Limestone.Features include a wall mount faucet and recessed shampoo shelf.This was a "DIY" project that took 7 months.Thank you for looking!, Bathrooms Design


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  • No more paper please!, After long time looking at  dark blue walls and wall paper   we painted our room in  almondship color .We wanted something clean relaxing and easy to look. (well for me this is my best to describe it), Bedrooms Design

    No more paper please!

    4 photos, 684 Views, Flag

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