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Results found for "beige and white bathroom"

  • Coastal Cottage Bathroom,, Bathrooms Design

    Coastal Cottage Bathr...

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  • Neutral Retreat Hall Bath, This is a guest hallway bath. Remodeled for a show house and later sold to a family, the beginning was stud walls, a complete rennovation. Being a guest and older children's bath, the look needed to be gender neutral, modern, nature inspired, with a slight nod toward the past history of the home (built in the 40s). The color palette that greets you is relaxed and neutral using almond, ivory, and grey with a surprise accent of warm cherry red. A Carrara marble vanity and chrome fixtures create the charm of yesteryear, while the curving leaf patterned wallcovering lends both a modern and organic feel.  Nature is further brought in with a driftwood grey natural woven roman shade on the window and a subtle leaf tone-on-tone custom shower curtain, both banded in the cherry red.  Hand painted art, a luxurious velvet high-backed chair, colorful ceramics, candle pieces, and fluffy white towels complete this retreat. 

, Bathrooms Design

    Neutral Retreat Hall ...

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  • Removing the bathroom wallpaper made all the difference-Before and After, This a simple update to makeover a bathroom. The client's bold wallpaper had to go. Inexpensive changes!, Bathrooms Design

    Removing the bathroom...

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  • Sports themed boys bedroom., Pottery Barn inspired boys bedroom., Boys' Rooms Design

    Sports themed boys bed...

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  • Bright, Fresh, and Clean Bathroom Makeover, Our bathroom is tiny. We wanted to make it appear bigger, brighter, with no clutter. We went with a light blue-grey shade accented with all white trim and cupboards, then finished everything off with brushed nickel accents and beige tiles. , Bathrooms Design

    Bright, Fresh, and Cl...

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  • Half Bath Spiff Up- before and after, THIS IS BEFORE-LOOK AT THE AFTER!  This is a small bath off our kitchen.  The wallpaper was hurting my eyes so I had to do something!  We are planning to redo our kit. in the next few years and when we do this bath will be distroyed so I did this for under $300.  Didn't replace sink faucet floor vanity for the above reason.  I need one more thing for my shelf.- *edited to add this space will be taken up by the kit. expansion but we are adding another half bath adjacent to the new kit., Bathrooms Design

    Half Bath Spiff Up- b...

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  • MY MASTER BATH, I wanted the master bathroom to be a relaxing and soothing place to be.  We installed the french door and iron piece in what was just an opening  from the master bedroom.  Also took down the Hollywood light fixture and wall to wall mirror..replaced with new light fixture and framed mirrors!, Bathrooms Design


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  • tiny and tranquil master bathroom on a budget!, Out with the old, in with the new!  We ripped out the tub/tile in our 1950's master bath built into a dormer.  It's a small space, but now is luxurious.  The entire project cost right around $2000. (toilet was replaced after the pictures were taken) , Bathrooms Design

    tiny and tranquil mast...

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  • Bathroom Before And After , This bathroom hasn't been touched since at least the 1970's.  We have many limitations with space, but it is much brighter and cleaner.  Clawfoot Tub was turned into a shower with new fixtures., Bathrooms Design

    Bathroom Before And ...

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  • Glamorous master bath update, I love color. But in this space I choose only white and silver — and a little sparkle. That meant painting the walls (Sherwin Williams White Flour), painting the cabinets (instructions on my blog), recovering an occasional chair, and adding a little styling., Bathrooms Design

    Glamorous master bath...

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  • Love my new couch, I painted my curtains and you can read here how I did it:

   If the link doesn't work and it says link doesn't exist on the blog, IT DOES EXIST. Just copy and paste it into the browser and it will work. I don't know why that happens sometimes. (The link adds a <br><br> at the end of the webaddress, you can also just delete that and it'll take you to the tutorial)

I finally purchased a new couch and I love it. The couch is the Claudia Sofa from Macy's.
Now I'm still on the hunt for a new coffee table. I'm kind of getting sick of my ottoman which I had only bought because my kids were toddlers and I didn't want them to get hurt on hard edges and corners.
For the coffee table I think I will go with a gold Hollywood Regency table or a modern chrome and marble top table. Lets see what I can find in an affordable option.
A lot of people always ask me why I have light colored flooring even though that the trend is to go really dark. The reason is dust and dirt! Most of my friends that have dark floors go crazy trying to keep their dark hardwood floors looking clean. I don't, because you can't see the dust and cat hair from 4 cats as much. That is also the reason why I have a traditional persian style area rug. I actually would much rather have a graphic patterned rug but they are hard to keep clean again. I've tried other rugs before. The pattern of my rug is forgiving! 
That is the reason why I have the ikea pillows. They are easy to wash and keep clean. And if one is ruined, they are cheap and easy to replace. 
I guess I'd rather compromise with my large busy family. Two kids and four cats do make a lot of dirt but my house mostly looks clean! , Living Rooms Design

    Love my new couch

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  • 80's Update, In this 1980's bathroom the gray and beige tile was given an updated look through the application of a modern gray and beige botanical wallpaper. The upper cabinet doors were removed to create open shelving for display and all cabinetry was painted espresso brown. Ethnic art and accessories and a white all-cotton shag rag rug completed the transformation., Bathrooms Design

    80's Update

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  • Fresh kids bathroom, My goal for the bathroom was to give it a fun, youthful feel without making it feel completely like a kiddy bathroom. I wanted something that they can grow into by changing accessories and that still works for a guest bathroom., Bathrooms Design

    Fresh kids bathroom

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  • Master Bath Small Footprint Big Style, Small foot print for this city row house but big style. Arty decor: cobalt blue tile, Calder inspired mobile, Blenko glass window, glass block and polka dot door. Whirlpool tub and seperate shower, Bathrooms Design

    Master Bath Small Fo...

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  • The Master Bathroom Vanity / Lofty Aspirations for a Plain Jane Apartment, Part of my condo renovation still in progress, this dark and dingy bathroom went from two small functional but boring compartments to a striking contemporary space.  See my other RMSpaces for rooms I have updated so far., Bathrooms Design

    The Master Bathroom ...

    12 photos, 8,901 Views, Flag

  • coastal chic, we converted our old outdated yellowish bathroom into a chic serene space... coastal vibe to make bath time relaxing., Bathrooms Design

    coastal chic

    14 photos, 1,264 Views, Flag

  • Guest room, Guest room, Bedrooms Design

    Guest room

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  • Vintage with Parisian Flair! Black & White, This bathroom was a small long bathroom that my children used while living at home.  It was very chopped up with a small builders grade double vanity, an oversized linen closet with a door that let into the bathtub/toilet area that was so tight that you had to literally step into the tub to shut the door.  We decided to open the space by taking out the closet and wall with door that led to the toilet area.  We removed the tub, had the area enlarged by 8 inches for a walk in shower with a bench. (preparing for elderly parents) We had the toilet moved over a bit and added 2 pedestal sinks.  At first we were not going to put the tile up the wall, but added as the project progressed.  I am very glad that we did.  , Bathrooms Design

    Vintage with Parisian...

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