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  • The Babe Cave! A Craft Room and beyond!, If a Dude gets a "Man Cave", what does a woman get?  Welcome to my Babe Cave!  My room is just what every gal needs--a place to craft, a place to chat, a place to watch a movie, a place to gossip...a place that celebrates HER and not the rest of the family! Welcome to The Ladies' Lounge! 18ft of counter space along the edge of the room works for computing or crafting.  The island in the center serves as an eating area or cutting table or WHATEVER! A bar area in the corner of the room, keeps the wine chilling all night!  A sweet little window seat is great for curling up with a book!  I hope you like it.  I am not a decorator or seamstress or carpenter, but I did everything in this room myself!!, Other Spaces Design

    The Babe Cave! A Cra...

    16 photos, 2,057 Views, Flag

  • Craft Trailer, My 1960 Streamline travel trailer turned stationary CRAFT TRAILER STUDIO!, Other Spaces Design

    Craft Trailer

    19 photos, 10,524 Views, Flag

  • Formal Gustavian French Home Library, Gustavian style Library with painted furniture. All furniture from Craigslist., Other Spaces Design

    Formal Gustavian Fre...

    8 photos, 704 Views, Flag

  • 1915 Bungalow Renovation, Our home is located in the Five Points area of Raleigh, NC, and was built in 1915.  The home was originally a 2 bedroom/1 bath home built over a full basement.  We renovated the original part of the home and added a master bedroom with bath, family room, screened porch & deck.  Instead of adding more basement space beneath the addition, we instead made that new space an oversized garage., Other Spaces Design

    1915 Bungalow Renovat...

    17 photos, 66,933 Views, Flag

  • DIY Glam RV Remodel with Tufted Wall, Updated our 25 year old RV from mauve "pink" color scheme to a more appealing brown and aqua/blue interior, featuring my DIY tufted wall in the bedroom and other glam, romantic accents., Other Spaces Design

    DIY Glam RV Remode...

    10 photos, 41,710 Views, Flag

  • Contemporary Foyer , Other Spaces Design

    Contemporary Foyer

    2 photos, 1,485 Views, Flag

  • Studio Apartment (please excuse bags etc. in the background, I was packing to move so it looked a little more cluttered than usual.), Contemporary Studio Apartement.  Please excuse some of the bags in the background....I was packing everything up to move., Other Spaces Design

    Studio Apartment (ple...

    8 photos, 5,693 Views, Flag

  • Rooftop Family Room, This is a third floor addition to a rowhome built in 1875. Instead of a french or single door leading to a deck, the entire front wall became a glass garage door!, Other Spaces Design

    Rooftop Family Room

    5 photos, 1,560 Views, Flag

  • Painting concrete to look like wood floor, took out carpet from room and faux finished concrte to look like mahogany wood floor, Other Spaces Design

    Painting concrete to l...

    12 photos, 18,204 Views, Flag

  • Hallway , Hallways should never be overlooked! Often times a hallway can be a canvas for creative and unique ideas!, Other Spaces Design


    1 photo, 2,095 Views, Flag

  • Modernist Mother-in-Law's Apartment, My home was built in 1950 and included a detached carport with a large two-room workshop. In January of this year, I embarked on a project to build a completely self-contained apartment for myself on the existing slab of the carport/workshop and invited my daughter, son-in-law and two grandsons to move into the main house. The new apartment was immediately dubbed "The Modernist Nest" by a fellow blogger and "Grammo's Little House" by my grandsons.

It took three months to complete the construction and a couple more months to landscape, but I'm finally in and enjoying my new 676 sf nest-space very much., Other Spaces Design

    Modernist Mother-in-...

    29 photos, 7,333 Views, Flag

  • Kids' Art Center, Art central in my house for 4 kids under 5: chalkboard, a place to hang the kids' art by binder clips, frame more of their art, magnet board and a corkboard, from many saved corks, to hold invitations., Other Spaces Design

    Kids' Art Center

    5 photos, 50,943 Views, Flag

  • Cottage Beach House, We just built our dream beach house in Port Aransas, Texas.  My husband and I designed the layout while I had a blast designing the interiors with the help of my daughter.  We will eventually rent the house to vacationers and Texas snowbirds, while spending our own special moments here with our family and friends., Other Spaces Design

    Cottage Beach House

    16 photos, 10,843 Views, Flag

  • Georgia Gem Common Areas, A few more shots of some other areas around the house., Other Spaces Design

    Georgia Gem Common ...

    5 photos, 174 Views, Flag

  • Stairway/ Hallway Makeover, The stairway originally had medium oak trim and forest green plush carpet.. the walls were white.It definitely lacked appeal and didn't create a smooth transition from 1st to 2nd floor. Now the stairway is clean , crisp and modern., Other Spaces Design

    Stairway/ Hallway Ma...

    8 photos, 1,041 Views, Flag

  • Primitive Laundry Room, Other Spaces Design

    Primitive Laundry Ro...

    1 photo, 1,043 Views, Flag

  • Game room, We are actually still working on finishing this room but to make myself feel better about how long it is taking us to finish it I am going ahead and posting it for viewing. This is new construction  added to an old house so it was very important to me to have the new parts "feel" like they have been  in existence for as long as the rest of the house has been.  Keeping with the original house we used lots of wood ( but not so much orange colonial maple this time thankfully.....) This space is intended to be a masculine space designed for my husband and sons  (the testosterone runs pretty high around here as the  guys out number me). Anyway I'll post another space I designed as more female friendly in a minute or so.  The floor is slate, framed in wood. What I learned from this floor project was that it's HARD to  convince a contractor that you know what you want and how you want it done if you are a woman.  Remodeling headache number 7,657,895.5 . Sometimes doing it yourself can be easier but we were intimidated to try to install this floor. In the end it wasn't as complicated as we imagined and we really could have/ should have done it ourselves.   
The ceiling is pressed paper that was painted and stained. It was somewhat tedious and  quite messy  but I like the end result.  My husband gets some kind of award for most trim used in a room. There are hundreds and hundreds of feet of trim  on the ceiling alone...never mind the walls.  Our friend Lupe works with us  on a regular basis to get these projects of mine finished.  A true friend indeed  who is an occassional design mplementation  mediator.  What I like most about Lupe ( aside for his competent skill sets) is he never says,  "it can't be done"...   He and Craig  have done some wonderful  building from some admittedly sketchy drawings.  I am VERY  lucky  to  have such  help in  getting my ideas out of my head and into a room. , Other Spaces Design

    Game room

    4 photos, 3,009 Views, Flag

  • cottage shed,play house...., This is a small cottage shed.I turned it into a space for me to get away .The grandkids love it too.They play in the loft(they decorated it ) I painted old cast off furniture and lamps.I went crazy with the blue paint,lol. is a space I can keep all my collections and junk in.It's such a quaint little place...., Other Spaces Design

    cottage shed,play hous...

    10 photos, 5,007 Views, Flag

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