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Results found for "baskets"

  • Bouquets, Baskets, Buckets & Bowls, Just thought it would be fun to share some of my 'favorite things"!  Enjoy, Gardens Design

    Bouquets, Baskets, Bu...

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  • Patio Oasis, My oasis is filled with hanging  baskets pots of annuals and a long raised perennial bed., Gardens Design

    Patio Oasis

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  • Narrow Entryway, This is our front hallway/entryway that is incredibly narrow. Since it's the first thing you see when you walk in, we wanted to make it pretty and obviously, functional. We really started working on it during Apartment Therapy's January Cure, adding hooks, baskets, and decorating the cabinet. It works really well for us and it's nice walking in and seeing something pretty! You can see more details on my blog http://shoes-off-please.com, Other Spaces    Design

    Narrow Entryway

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  • Creative Sewing Room/Office , Open for suggestions, I am in the process of turning my garage into a office/sewing/creative space....The garage door is my biggest problem, but I cannot remove it can someone  please help me with some ideas to make it blend in with the room...."PLEASE HELP"....., Garages Design

    Creative Sewing Room...

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  •  Mom's flower baskets! , Have to brag I think my mom did a great job with her flower baskets this year they look amazing!!  Let her know what you think too!  thanks!, Patios & Decks Design

    Mom's flower baskets...

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  • My Country kitchen and Diningroom, This is my favorite place to be!! The table was made lovingly be my husband!! Most everyhting is from garage sales! The chairs were ugly blue and I painted them black. The red dresser is from a neighbors garage for FREE!! I painted it to match the cabinet on the wall. And yes I do Love my longaberger baskets!!! Let me know if I should change anything. The space is decorated for Easter because if you see the snow outside You know that I REALLY want spring to come!!! Thanks ALL!!!, Kitchens Design

    My Country kitchen an...

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  • Basket Tree, The coat rack was never used for its purpose, and it made a perfect place to store my ever-increasing supply of baskets., Basements Design

    Basket Tree

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  • Foreclosure Redone, I purchased my home last year and have been continuosly updating each bedroom. My masterbedroom originally had old dirty carpet and a weird paint scheme. I had the bedroom repainted and added an accent color on one wall for a sitting area. I had the carpet replaced with laminate flooring., Bedrooms Design

    Foreclosure Redone

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  • Backyard Paradise, My backyard is small and compact which is a challange considering I love to garden so I squeeze as much in as I can its a passion and a joy!, Gardens Design

    Backyard Paradise

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  • Grey & White Kitchen Remodel, Welcome to my kitchen! My kitchen used to be red with light oak cabinets. I was ready for a new look, so I painted the top cabinets white, the bottom cabinets Cathedral Stone Grey, added a shelf over the sink and used an adhesive stainless steel backsplash to complete the look. I still have a couple touch ups to make, but I hope you like the transformation! Thanks for checking out my new kitchen! :), Kitchens Design

    Grey & White Kitchen ...

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  • Master Bath Mini-Renovation, Since our home was built in 2007, we did not need to renovate the entire room.  We felt we could achieve the look we wanted by simply renovating the shower & making minor cosmetic changes.  We did it all ourselves & on a budget!

You can check out our blog: duoventures.blogspot.com to see more details on the renovation!

Here's a quick rundown of what we did:
-we removed existing shower stall & expanded about 10 inches
-removed part of the dividing wall between the shower & tub
-tiled the entire shower with travertine subway tiles
-had a frame-less glass door & panel installed
-changed out light fixtures & faucets
-framed existing mirror above the vanity
-painted & added some DIY art, Bathrooms Design

    Master Bath Mini-Ren...

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  • Crafty Room , Cottage chic craft room., Home Offices Design

    Crafty Room

    10 photos, 1,523 Views, Flag

  • Simple Bathroom Storage, Easy basket storage for bathrooms.  I just hung these 3 baskets for storing towels and toilet paper.
You can see more details here: http://www.lovemelinda.com/diy-wall-art-and-bathroom-update/, Bathrooms Design

    Simple Bathroom Stor...

    2 photos, 643 Views, Flag

  • Easter baskets, A tiskit ~ a tasket ~ I made Easter baskets!  Well, Easter basket CUPCAKES, that is!  I had fun making these :)  I've made these in the past and used string licorice (twisted) for the handles, but found that once the licorice became soft the 'handles' lost their shape.  This year I decided to use pastel pipe-cleaners instead.  The 'grass' is coconut I tinted with food coloring and the 'eggs' are speckled jelly beans.  Hope you all have a blessed Easter :)  Enjoy! , Holidays Design

    Easter baskets

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  • Makeover on a budget, This bathroom was a blah standard room with odd separations.  It had a garden tub that took up most of the space and a 29" square shower--utterly useless.  Now it is open, modern with an air of Victorian antiquity using an antique dry sink and a glass vessel and open storage.  All this for $6,500 which included $2,500 for a contractor to do plumbing and demo.  Everything else was done by me, from floor tile to reconfiguring the dry sink, building the open storage, wallpapering, painting,and tiling the shower.  , Bathrooms Design

    Makeover on a budget

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  • Style Meets Technology, This space is my fave! Dorm rooms can be so cluttered or so dull.  Here modern style meets PC & Windows technology to streamline all those photos and entertainment devices.  Now that the clutter is gone you can focus on subtle but smart design elements to add personality to a blank canvas., Dorm Rooms Design

    Style Meets Technolo...

    11 photos, 2,773 Views, Flag

  • Sweet & Simple Stripes: Caroline's Nursery , This is our baby girl's nursery. She is due any day now! Can't Wait!

Paint by Behr: Above the chair rail- Palm Breeze; Stripes- Reverie Pink, Highlight, Irish Linen and Palm Breeze. 

We had a blast creating her room!  

View each picture for a more detailed description. Enjoy! , Nurseries Design

    Sweet & Simple Strip...

    17 photos, 2,200 Views, Flag

  • Small But Happy Laundry Room, My laundry room is on the second floor.  It is small but is well-organized and functional.  After a little painting and accessorizing, it's a happy place to do laundry., Other Spaces Design

    Small But Happy Laun...

    8 photos, 2,460 Views, Flag

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