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Results found for "Restoration Hardware 'latte' paint"

  • Hallway &  Laundry Room, We finally got our new light fixture in the laundry so I thought I'd take more detailed photos including the hallway where it's located. Hope you like it :), Other Spaces Design

    Hallway & Laundry Ro...

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  • It's snowing in the laundry room!, A few snowflakes falling make doing the laundry a bit more pleasant!

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Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year!, Holidays Design

    It's snowing in the la...

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  • Los Angeles kitchen, Originally built in the 1920's, the only transformation this kitchen had seen in its 80+ years was the replacement of appliances when it was necessary. On this project, the homeowners asked that their space be completely reinvented to suit their lifestyle. Which is cooking, 'living' in the kitchen and entertaining.

What was once three seperate rooms (kitchen, breakfast nook and laundry hallway) has been transformed into one grand space. We removed the partition walls, leveled and soundproofed the ceiling and ultimately created one large room. With the addition of modern amenities, such as a dishwasher, wine fridge, pot filler, industrial hood and range, recessed lighting, crown moulding, a dining island and wiring the room for TV - the homeowners now spend their fare amount of time in their new 'living' room.

Please keep in mind that this kitchen is not 'decorated' per se. There are no small appliances on the counters or Roman shades yet; its just a showcase of the renovation. , Kitchens Design

    Los Angeles kitchen

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  • Modern Bathroom in Tight Quarters, This 30 square foot bathroom in a pre-war co-op building in NYC was gutted and renovated to be a modern space efficient luxury bathroom. Despite it's small footprint the materials (travertine marble and brushed nickel accessories make it seem large and make you feel like you are at an upscale hotel., Bathrooms Design

    Modern Bathroom in T...

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  • I Awake in my Master Bedroom - Happy to be Home, Here is my new home. It is small but every day I am so very thankful to have it.  I was able to get my flea market finds out of storage and finally use them again. Decorating my new space has been so enjoyable. I used Restoration Hardware's "Latte" and "Rouge" paint colors in the master bedroom and bathroom.  All of my eclectic furniture pieces are lucky finds., Bedrooms Design

    I Awake in my Master...

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  • My Sons Room, We added a second floor to move the kids bedrooms upstairs.  This is my sons new room. Still need door knobs and final approval sign off  to move them up...., Bedrooms Design

    My Sons Room

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  • Mixing Old with New..., Our master bedroom is a mixture of inherited pieces from my grandparents plus new modern day pieces to create a classic traditional modern day environment.    , Bedrooms Design

    Mixing Old with New....

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  • Penthouse Cool, 1980 Condo, vaulted ceilings, needs the finishing touches., Living Rooms Design

    Penthouse Cool

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  • Teen's coastal bedroom, I thought I'd upload photos of the last room in our house, our teenage son's bedroom. I just found this small blue Christmas tree at Walmart the other day and thought it would bring a little coastal Christmas charm to his room!
We installed the bead board ceiling and recessed lights, mudded the walls and painted them with Restoration Hardware paint in "flax".  We changed out the window to a Marvin casement style which is clad on the exterior and wood on the interior. We found the nautical inspired window coverings and hardware at Pottery Barn and his desk from Ikea.  
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    Teen's coastal bedroo...

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  • serene basement bathroom, Our house was built 1925.  The old basement bathroom was (4x6 sq. ft.) and it's 4 different color of pink. We did demo, and built a new walls. Now the barhroom size are (6x11 sq. ft.) able to install a tub. To save money, I designed  the bathroom ,hired electrician, plumber and a handyman to built the walls. Then my husband and I did the rest of the job. The resullts a relaxing basement bathroom., Bathrooms Design

    serene basement bathro...

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  • Leonardo Worked Faster--Master Bedroom, Hi Everyone!  I am continuing my saga of Master Bedroom Re-do.  You can see the progress (or lack of) on my others posts.  I have added a new dresser for the TV, rearranged a few things and hung drapes.  I am looking for suggestions for pictures, mirrors, decorations rug...etc.  I am designer challenged so specifics are appreciated.  Thanks!, Bedrooms Design

    Leonardo Worked Fast...

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  • no more pink! transitional all new tile tone on tone master!, Master bath added frameless, tile shower, all new tile, vanity, mirrors, lighting, shelves from Restoration Hardware, fixtures Moen, with sprayer on tub, all new sheetrock, new paint, bell jar over jacuzzi tub, smaller toilet, neutral tone on tone colors. Has much more open look, removed a wall, moved toilet, smaller vanity, replaced "hollywood lighting" and wall mirror replaced with modern sconce and tall mirrors, driftwood vanity, crema marble top. was more $ than anticipated, but well worth it! , Bathrooms Design

    no more pink! transiti...

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  • Bedroom redesign, Fun, Sophisticated Chic bedroom, Bedrooms Design

    Bedroom redesign

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  • Master Bathroom with a View, We recently (finally) renovated / remodeled our master bathroom that had been sitting gutted since the day we bought our house - over 3 1/2 years ago.  We finally were able to borrow the lump sum needed to do this massive makeover.  The issue with the original bathroom - other than the fact that it was super dated (green wallpaper) and yucky, was that the main drain was cracked and water was leaking to the floor below - into the walls and down to the floor.  This is a second story bathroom and below it is the kitchen and dining room.  Sadly the previous tenant was using the bathroom even with the broken drain pipes which had caused mold in the walls which we had to get professionally cleaned!  Anyway, all that's in the past now and we have a fabulous modern (but comfortable) master bathroom that feels like an expensive hotel / spa and it even has a view of the bay and golden gate bridge!

feel free to follow our blog for the rest of our adventures in home makeover here - - we even have a blog section about how we almost got onto HGTV's curb appeal - shot the reveal and everything before our project was cancelled., Bathrooms Design

    Master Bathroom with...

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  • Our Colorful Kitchen Remodel, When we moved into our new house, we didn't have enough money to re-do our kitchen so we decided to handle the project ourselves. We painted the cabinets, painted the backsplash, added a hand painted island, changed out the hardware on the cabinets, spray painted the old kitchen light fixtures, painted a chalkboard wall, and replaced the old curtains with new ones. We love the way it turned out even though it was a lot of work!, Kitchens Design

    Our Colorful Kitchen ...

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  • Master Suite, This is the master bedroom and bathroom in our 1400 sq. ft. condo. My goal was to design something that my husband and I would like, would maximize the space, and would be neutral enough to also appeal to buyers when we look to sell the unit in the next few years. 

The wall color is Valspar 'Pirate Coast', the furniture is Vaughan-Bassett, the bedding is from Restoration Hardware, the shade is from Bed, Bath, and Beyond, and the prints are from Homegoods. 

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, Bedrooms Design

    Master Suite

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  • Loft Living Room (almost done!), We have lived in this loft apartment for about 5 years now. The rooms have morphed as our taste and style has changed. This is the most recent version of our living room - Please note that we are not 100% done with this room yet!, Living Rooms Design

    Loft Living Room (al...

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  • Home Library , Living in Rhode Island and having been a member of the Preservation Society of Newport County (aka those who run the famous "Newport Mansions"), I have always loved the style of the Gilded Age. This is my take on a home library for my current home. , Home Offices Design

    Home Library

    5 photos, 5,454 Views, Flag

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