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Results found for "bathroom warm cozy brown aqua turquoise tile"

  • Bathroom with Aqua / turquoise accents, We still need to finish this bathroom with crown molding and baseboard trim. So far the color on the walls is BEHR Gobi Desert 710C. The cabinets were painted in a dark chocolate combined with some red. Decorations are in aqua and brown tones. Shower and sink faucets are Price Pfister Oil Rubbed Bronze finish.The floor design has aqua frosted glass tiles accentsThe bathroom is very cozy and the paint is warmer than it looks on the pictures. , Bathrooms Design

    Bathroom with Aqua / ...

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  • Dressed to Entertain, I re-painted the dining room in 06 This is one of our favorite rooms in the house. I still haven't decided what to do with the wood work. , Dining Rooms Design

    Dressed to Entertain

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  • Bathroom Remodel $1600 Click and View For Details, Bathroom Remodel for $1600 and this is how we did it. I remodled the bathroom 6 months ago and at the time I did the math on it it was $1200. When I went back over the math last night it was $1600. Cabinet over toilet $110( 10% off Veterans Day Sale), Wall and floor tile 88 cents square feet $100 for all tiles ( 10% military discount at Lowes) White and brown paint $40. Purchased granite top $200 vanity $300 toilet $180 mirror $80 kohls shower head, handles, and sink fixture $200 all at once from home depot( 20% off first purchase on credit card)Tub, linen closet hardware was reused. Hardware was repainted silver. Electric and plumbing about $60 did labor myself. A Pella replacement window $130 (25% seasonal window discount/sale). Decor and other accessories $200 TJ Max it took approximately 3 weeks. Still needs quarter round and mouldings. Still needs some work but for the most part it's done.Could you please tell me if you like it, don't like or what I could have done better, all comment are good comments. Thanks, any ? just ask, Bathrooms Design

    Bathroom Remodel $16...

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  • Kitchen with innovative glass tile, Custom glass tiles provide a creative look., Kitchens Design

    Kitchen with innovati...

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  • Finally...dippin' my toe in the waters of RMS interiors!  Hmmm...will it be nice & warm or icy cold?  You tell me!, Decided to finally take the plunge..hehe!!!  Our Master Bedroom/Bath has been my latest project.  It still needs some tweaking...accessories and such.  When I first moved to this house everything was white!  I love color...color...color!!!  So slowly but surely...I'm adding "ME"!  So what do you it nice & warm or icy cold?, Bedrooms Design

    Finally...dippin' my ...

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  • What's not working....., I've been working on my living room for a couple months....I've made some recent changes and wanted to know what you all think about the room. you have any comments, suggestions, ideas, criticisms?

The wall color is Benamin Moore's "Deep Ochre".  

, Living Rooms Design

    What's not working......

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  • Neutral Guest Bathroom, This guest bathroom was basically rebuilt from the ground up. Before this it was filled with a Harvest Gold color tub sink and even floor tiles. Oh and there was even a ton of tiny flower country wallpaper. All comments and opinions are welcome!, Bathrooms Design

    Neutral Guest Bathroo...

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  • Master Bathroom Upgrade, Our house was built in 1965 and our small master bath (4' x 6') was a 3/4 design. We expanded this space to include a soaking tub double vanities and an additional walk-in closet & laundry. We kept the existing shower layout and remodeled the space with bead board & faux finished the walls. , Bathrooms Design

    Master Bathroom Upgr...

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  • Victorian Charm in Maine, Our living room is Victorian style in keeping with our home's design. The furniture is all auction and flea market finds that my wife and I TLC'd and re-uhpolstered.  Most of the accent pieces and art were also auction flea market and antique store finds. My wife Mary Anne has an amazing eye for style design and color. And if it's on an old home I can make it look pretty again. Mary Anne points and says "fix it" and off I go!, Living Rooms Design

    Victorian Charm in M...

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  • The foyer, stairway and parlor to heaven, Last winters project was to repair and paint The entrance foyer parlor and stairway. Mary Anne chose all the colors made the curtains gave me the paint and uhpolstery fabric and said "get to it monkey boy.", Entryways & Halls Design

    The foyer, stairway an...

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  • Horizontal Stripes and Polka Dots for Girls: Pink, Teal, Lime, Tan, Two little princesses started with a plain light gray room. With the purchase of new bunk beds & new polka dot bedding, we needed something girly to jazz up the new space. We taped off horizontal stripes to coordinate, and the attached bath uses polka dots in the coordinating colors and the same princess theme. It uses bubble gum pink, lime green, light teal/turquoise, and tan/khaki. The wall of baskets was pricey but is invaluable storage for toys and such. The whole project was kid-friendly and fun and on a budget., Girls' Rooms Design

    Horizontal Stripes an...

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  • A Cool Twist on a Tween's Bedroom, Creating a bedroom for a 12 year old that will take her through her teen years can be challenging.  I painted the walls a grown-up chocolate brown, then used a colorful mix of bold textiles in her favorite colors for the accessories. If her favorite colors change (and they will) the space can be updated without starting over!, Bedrooms Design

    A Cool Twist on a Tw...

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  • A Southern Gal's Contemporary Hall Bathroom, My goal was to turn my first HOUSE into my first HOME. That meant creating a warm, welcoming, relaxed environment oozing with warm colors, contemporary accents, and budget-friendly decor., Bathrooms Design

    A Southern Gal's Cont...

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  • Bathroom Update, Bathrooms Design

    Bathroom Update

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  • Our New Bathroom - We did it!!, This turned out to be a HUGE project. We went down to the 2x4's and floor joists and completely started over doing every single step our selves even the plumbing and electrical! We made the new bathroom two feet wider than the old - so it really gave us a lot of space in the new bathroom. It was well worth all of the time and money to have this new bathroom. It is bigger more functional and definitely more modern. , Bathrooms Design

    Our New Bathroom - W...

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  • From INTENSE to COZY: Living Room, The house came with instense burgundy walls in its living room which didn't match our existing furniture.  We repainted it to a cozier french roast and did minor tweaks without much expense..., Living Rooms Design

    From INTENSE to C...

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  • Bathroom Coffee?! , When we started this project we were only installing a new toilet! When we took the old one up we took up the tiles original to our 1950's house to find that there was lots of water damage around the toilet. Instead of just a potty I am getting the whle bathroom renovated!  I found pretty Mocha 12x12 tiles for the floor and Mocha and Hazelnut 6x6 for the walls. * Hence the Bathroom Coffee * We will paint the walls Macadamia and all the trim will be White. . , Bathrooms Design

    Bathroom Coffee?!

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  • warm living room, small...i need to do something with this space i need to do something with the shelf above the wall i was also thinking of taking the mirror down and replacing with a collage of photos and sconces or something? advice needed:  is silk greenery tacky? we have a matching coffee table    all my furniture has been moved according to my son's climbing habits etc.  i like country blues greens and obviously neutrals antiques and tradition please help with any advice, Living Rooms Design

    warm living room

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