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Results found for "antique crocks"

  • Farmhouse Chic, I love farmhouse style.  I live in an 80 year old farmhouse about 12 miles from downtown St Louis.  This project took waaayyyyy too long, but the outcome was awesome!  Hope you like it too., Kitchens Design

    Farmhouse Chic

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  • Antique Coffee and Cream, Kitchen in a 1930's home. New hardware and fixtures as well as wood trims. Limestone laminate flooring for a clean look.

The colors I used in this space are antique white on the trim and cabinets and poppy pods on the walls., Kitchens Design

    Antique Coffee and Cr...

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  • Romantic red and chocolate ,  Florals and animal prints mixed together. Deep rich color tones. One of my favorite design styles is that of Ralph Lauren. I love how he mixes textures and patterns together. I also love the mix of elegant with a bit of rustic. My floors are stained concrete and I have an interior exposed brick wall. My home is very small therefore I only purchase the things that I love and mix them all together. This is the outcome.

, Living Rooms Design

    Romantic red and choco...

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  • Historic Bath With a Modern Twist, 2nd story bath in an 1889  farmhouse.  Removed vinyl flooring, fake marble, and a plastic tub insert and replaced with materials that that paid homage to the home's history (carrera marble, basketweave floor, subway tiles)., Bathrooms Design

    Historic Bath With a ...

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  • PRIMITIVE LOOK CHANGES MADE, I made some slight change here as I wasn't quite happy with the other pics I have posted in New England Primitive space. I fell in love with that style when visiting the old New England primitive homes and a local very historical town in Greenwich NJ. It's a progress always in work as I look for more antique pieces to complete. If you know and understand the primitive look I would appreciate opinions., Living Rooms Design


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  • Kitchen with French Country Flair , We currently have this home on the market. It is located in Missouri in the Branson School District. For more information and to look at a virtual tour, the MLS number is 341835. Would make a great permanent residence or vacaton home. 
I wanted a kitchen that was functional and beautiful.  I chose to use three finishes on the cabinets.  I love the way they all work together.  I also wanted to keep the space cozy so I added beams awesome lighting and granite with a lot of brown tones.  I also chose to use pine flooring (rough sawn side up).  This gives the appearance of a reclaimed antique floor.  The dining room is adjacent to the kitchen and beyond that is the hearth room so all three areas are open to each other., Kitchens Design

    Kitchen with French C...

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  • Craftsman Dining in 1920's Bungalow, Taking a fresh approach to a midtown bungalow dining room in Atlanta. And, combining old with new., Dining Rooms Design

    Craftsman Dining in 1...

    4 photos, 2,554 Views, Flag

  • Light, airy kitchen space, Light antiqued cabinets have made my kitchen brighter in rainy Washington state where the sun doesn't come out quite as much.  An unattached butcher block island makes food prep easy., Kitchens Design

    Light, airy kitchen sp...

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  • Vintage Kitchen, My tiny kitchen complete with a vintage refrigerator and sink. I added mis-matched crystals on an old chandelier frame, faux distressed the walls and corner column. The shelves are from Lowes and brackets purchased online. My home has been featured in many magazines: Country Living, Romantic Homes and Spaces of Kansas City. , Kitchens Design

    Vintage Kitchen

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  • Living Spaces, Other Spaces Design

    Living Spaces

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  • Farmhouse Kitchen, Our farmhouse is over 100 years old. The kitchen is completely remodeled to represent it's history while also meeting our modern-country aesthetic. See all photos at, Kitchens Design

    Farmhouse Kitchen

    5 photos, 1,283 Views, Flag

  • The Man Room, This is a masculine cabin like space, with faux fur walls, hunting lodge mural, log furniture and big comfy sectional. It also serves as a TV room., Other Spaces Design

    The Man Room

    3 photos, 735 Views, Flag

  • Eclectic French Country Kitchen Remodel, "Before" kitchen was a country kitchen last updated in the 70s.  "After" kitchen sports modern appliances while honoring the feel of our 1902 house.  Used antique terracotta tiles for the floor from france and reclaimed wood from old barns (both 100-200years old) antique backsplash tiles from belgium 1860-1890.  18th century wrought iron fireback is the center piece of the backsplash over the range.  Island design based upon an 18th century trunk.  Used cesar stone for countertops 3cm thick.  Banquette has laminated fabric that wipes off nicely for the kids.  Used subzero wolf and miele appliances. , Kitchens Design

    Eclectic French Count...

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  • 1890's Victorian Gets A New Bathroom, It was a bedroom 10.5' by 15.0', then a storage room.  Now it is a peaceful grayed blue-green bathroom featuring a 1903 Kohler tub.  Come see the rest of our house at, Bathrooms Design

    1890's Victorian Gets ...

    11 photos, 20,923 Views, Flag

  • Kitchen Island Transformed, I've been wanting to paint and add bead board to my builder grade kitchen island for some time now. I wanted to make it look custom and like a piece of furniture. Well I finally went for it and I am soooo happy with the results!
Come visit my blog, Kitchens Design

    Kitchen Island Transf...

    11 photos, 2,246 Views, Flag

  • My Cozy Corner of the World, Ok here goes- all my new RMS friends-  this is a little corner in our study- We bought the house in November and have been busy with electrical and just getting things up to code as this late 1800's home had not been lived in in 7 years!  The carpet is a riot but am having to work with it as $ is always an issue!! Always open to suggestions!!, Living Rooms Design

    My Cozy Corner of the...

    3 photos, 3,064 Views, Flag

  • Vintage/Shabby Chic Nursery, This is my daughter's nursery from our first home.  I love shabby chic style and vintage items.  This room was so much fun to create as most things were found by "hunting" them down in antique shops., Nurseries Design

    Vintage/Shabby Chic ...

    6 photos, 3,679 Views, Flag

  • 1940s My First Home, This is my first Home.  It was built in 1940.  It still has allot of its Original Charm… has not been Muddled much.  Built by Dr. Badt in 1940 were he lived until his death in 1994.  I am changing out the Window in the Front door to make it a REAL Stain glass (I found an Antique I am going to remount).  New roof on Tuesday.  That is my 100 year old Pecan in the Back Yard ( I love him)., Home Exterior Design

    1940s My First Home

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