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Results found for "Rustic"

  • Log Home Christmas Tour, Welcome! Come on in and let me take your coat (hugs)! Would you like a cup of hot cocoa or coffee? Let's step into the great room by the fire and catch up with each other! Merry Christmas!, Holidays Design

    Log Home Christmas T...

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  • My Winter Paradise, Our home is on a wooded hill and the surrounding "yard" is all slopes except for one area. There are large boulders and all sorts of rock all around the property.The views are gorgeous to a southern girl who loves the snow., Yards Design

    My Winter Paradise

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  • My Summer Garden, We moved here in late winter 2007, and I began planning then. I'm new to Northern gardening, and have used a lot of reference materials to find plants for this zone. A lot of trial and error, and this is my work in progress. All ideas and suggestions are greatly appreciated., Gardens Design

    My Summer Garden

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  • Budget Rustic Log Home Kitchen Redo, Our small log home kitchen is open to the great room and gets lots of natural light. We did not like the original kitchen so we refurbished and reused with a faux technique I found here on RMS. We've got less than $1800 including the new convection/microwave oven.You've got to see the before to really appreciate the after., Kitchens Design

    Budget Rustic Log Ho...

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  • Blessed I Am, I asked for help (generally complaining) on a recent post for more Spring color in my garden. On Mother's Day my Grandmother who raised me became ill. She taught me everything I know about gardening. Upon learning Mom is going to be Ok, I walked outside and saw the beauty I'd been overlooking. Thanks Mom, for everything, but most importantly for showing me God's beauty and love. I love you., Gardens Design

    Blessed I Am

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  • Rustic Hillside June Blooms, My hillside garden beginning to bloom. I tend to have to wait to later in the summer before I get any color except for my groundcovers, and a few bulbs because of cold Northern winds., Gardens Design

    Rustic Hillside June ...

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  • rustic modern kitchen, This is my kitchen.  It was also a typical small 1970's kitchen when I bought the house... formica and all!  I wanted it to have a contemporary feel with rustic touches., Kitchens Design

    rustic modern kitchen

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  • sunny south kitchen, ahead of time in the 60's -2009 still got the bones needs facelift by Dr. Angelio and staff, Kitchens Design

    sunny south kitchen

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  • Master Bedroom, Our one of a kind bed is made from 3 old doors.  We stripped the 5 layers of paint, pressure washed the doors and stained them with ebony stain.  We love the rustic old look. With 10 foot ceilings we loved the idea of having the pearl paint stripes and toile wall paper above a plate rail that was put at 7 feet.  This room our favorite place to relax and watch a movie or and episode of our DVR shows.  The cable box and DVD player are hidden up on a shelf in the master bathroom which shares a wall with the TV.   , Bedrooms Design

    Master Bedroom

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  • rustic studio , I built I sewed and I created everything and I'm still not done , Other Spaces Design

    rustic studio

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  • Appalachian River Cottage , This little river cottage in the foothills of the Appalachians is home to us. We're enjoying a white Christmas on the river this year., Home Exterior Design

    Appalachian River Cot...

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  • What A Dramatic Difference. . . Right? (Befores and Afters), Space Description: Originally my Grandparents 1970's "Vacant" home, I, a single 23 year old guy, bought my house in 2008 and it was a dump in need of a serious remodel.  Though the projects never seem to be completly over, I demolished the entire interior of the house and things have turned out amazing.  The most significant change made in the kitchen was removing the wall between the living room and kitchen.  This allows there to be one large open concept space rather then 2 separate rooms. 

Featuring Select 6x24 Veincut Travertine on the floor and a Classic Splitface Mosaic, uniquely found at Old World Stone Imports, people that come in the kitchen can't help but awe.  The Counters are Blue Pearl Granite with a chiseled edge to tie in with the the rustic 3D Backsplash.  A simple but beautiful trick that I have learned, when it comes to windows in the kitchen, is to simply frame them in Travertine moldings, in this case the Classic Alpha.  This allows the window to appear almost as an ever changing picture.  

I had custom Cabinets created so that they were designed exactly as I wanted them to be done.  The main stain that I picked is also the stain used throughout the entire house on all of the moldings.  This allows a simple accent that flows and creates uniformity throughout the entire house.  On the island I chose to do a simple black wash to create a unique feature different from the rest of the kitchen as an accent.

After removing the horrible wallpaper I chose a simple yet traditional beige paint color.  Once again this paint color can be found throughout the majority of the house.  What do you think of me painting the Main Kitchen walls a classic Country Golden yellow? Though the deck door is not perfect I changed it from its 1970's green to a much more modern simple white doorway just by using some paint.

If you like any of the products show visit my works website and I would be glad to help you create the kitchen of your dreams.  www.OldWorldStoneImports.com, Kitchens Design

    What A Dramatic Diff...

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  • Tiny rustic mountin cabin kitchen., This is going to be a long work in progress! My husband and I recently purchased a rustic mountain cabin. The kitchen is TINY! But I believe once it's finished and organized, it'll be great. This space has a tongue and grove pine cathedral ceiling and is extremely open. As you can see, it also has paneling. We aren't crazy about the paneling, but it will have to do...at least for now. I am going to paint the paneling downstairs (not yet posted) to lighten it up. The flooring in the kitchen will eventually be replaced with pine planks. At the moment, it has 1975 linoleum that has black duct tape in the center. The dishwasher didn't work and I chose to not replace it do to lack of cabinet space. (We shall see if that lasts!) There is also a pendant light which I refer to as a gypsy tea room light (no offense to anyone!) that will be replaced by a lighted pot rack. A huge ugly awning hung over the range hood and fridge that took up 1/2 of the visual space. My wonderful hubby and his father removed it and I removed 35 years of grunge from the range hood. The Harvest Gold stove was original to the house and there was a rather small fridge. The cabinetry under the window is not in keeping with the house...It will be distressed and stained dark and have faux feet added and the broom closet/pantry will have Ice Box hardware! I have plans for this space but definitely welcome any suggestions!, Kitchens Design

    Tiny rustic mountin ca...

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  • Cowboy Paradise, My hubby and I had a lot of fun putting together this nursery for our little "surprise".  

My mom helped by making the quilt (on the wall), the crip bumper, and the dust ruffle.  I designed the covered wagon and my mom and hubby did the dirty work!  

It was super fun to see it all come together with just a bunch of craigslist and garage sale finds., Nurseries Design

    Cowboy Paradise

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  • Breakfast Nook - Dining Room  Ready for the Christmas Holidays 2011, This is my favorite room to decorate.  It's so small and cozy that a few little touches go a long way to define the style and create the mood.  It's a simpler look than last year but much more practical.  I have no fussy decorations to move when I want to serve a tasty breakfast or have a friend over for tea.  Although a rug looks good, it's really not practical in this heavily used room and so it had to go.  My theme this year is definitely PRETTY but PRACTICAL., Holidays Design

    Breakfast Nook - Dini...

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  • Our Log Home Christmas 2012, It has been a few years since I have posted any pix of the interior decorations here at our log home deep in the secluded woods in the North Georgia Mountains. Thought I should get "unlazy" and post a few., Holidays Design

    Our Log Home Christm...

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  • Rustic Kitchen Udate, We recently updated our kitchen by giving it a facelift that was way over due. I painted the bottom of our run-of-the-mill oak cabinets in Federal Gray and the tops in Pure White using the Rustoleum Cabinet Transformation kits. My husband added a false top and decorative molding to the upper cabinets to add height. We added recessed lighting and a new light fixture over the sink. For widow casings, my husband added more molding and crown to the tops. I made simple cafe curtains for the windows and hung them with simple cafe tension rods. We added more molding to our awkward column located near the bar and a shelf over the fridge to fill in the wasted space.  The two big splurges that we made in the room,  were the copper farmhouse sink with new faucet and granite countertops. The walls were painted in Valspar Eddie Bauer, Cloth. A framed chalkboard wall for displaying the kids artwork and grocery lists finished the room. , Kitchens Design

    Rustic Kitchen Udate

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  • My Cabin "TelliquahA" in the mountains of East Tennessee., This is the "living room" / living space at my classic "A" Frame Cabin.  It was built between 1967 and 1969 but over the past 5 years went thru a complete remodel to become what it is today.  Sooooo  Proud., Living Rooms Design

    My Cabin "TelliquahA...

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