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  • Mid-Michigan Sustainable Landscape, 
This project is considered one of the most exciting and unique residential environmental projects of its kind in the mid-Michigan area.  This project is the first residential sustainability project in the mid-Michigan area that helps protect our water resources.  The homeowners are very committed to doing their part to help the environment.  They chose to undertake this project as a way to demonstrate and teach the mid-Michigan area, as well as the world how we can have a beautiful hardscape and softscape, but greatly reduce our impact on the environment.  All of these Low-Impact Design (LID) elements work together as storm water management tools.

The project features magnificent Allan Block retaining walls and decorative pillars encompassing the entire front yard and a set of beautiful, custom, curved steps at the city sidewalk. The downspouts on the front of the home were designed to drain into two gorgeous rain gardens filled with perennials and ornamental grasses.  Belgard 'Subterra' permeable paver landings and walkways create the beautiful random cobblestone surfaces that lead you between awe-inspiring pillars through the front garden down a ramp to the permeable paver driveway.   The front concrete city sidewalk was removed and replaced with permeable concrete.

This project broke ground on the morning of August 15, 2008 and was completed Saturday, October 4, 2008., Gardens Design

    Mid-Michigan Sustain...

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  • Blue House, We are thinking about selling our home and we are trying to come up with ways to maximize the curb appeal. Someone suggested painting the red brick veneer and porch. Everyone I ask seems to agree that the red brick has to go.  The brick is not in the best of shape. Painting brick scares me and I really don't want to mess it up. Painting the rest of the house is not an option financially. Any advice or suggestions would help immensely!, Home Exterior    Design

    Blue House

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  • Shed attached to the house, Other Spaces Design

    Shed attached to the h...

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  • Faux Brick Wall or floor, Step by step instructions as to how I made my kitchen faux brick wall., Other Spaces Design

    Faux Brick Wall or fl...

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  • Painted walls & cupboards, I rent so I decided to paint over the blank white walls and blue cupboard doors in my kitchen, Kitchens Design

    Painted walls & cupboa...

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  • Castle Room, Story book time is in. This room is being created around some pretty special and lucky little ones, I hope it brings them many many years of memories and pleasure that they too can share with their kids someday, enjoy., Bedrooms Design

    Castle Room

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  • Broken concrete to brick driveway, The original driveway was concrete, and dominated the entire yard.  It was in terrible shape, and was painted green at one time.  We wanted something that was more fitting to the age of the home, yet gave it a more updated modern feel.  I salvaged the brick from a building that was torn down...it took 3 van loads and working until 2 am to get it all home!  But the price was right., Other Spaces Design

    Broken concrete to bri...

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  • My colorful dining room, The ceiling is dark brown ane the walls are a brick red.  The floors are painted concrete. The dinig room table and many other things in the room are heirlooms., Dining Rooms Design

    My colorful dining roo...

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  • Our first home, This is our first house. We just closed and moved here Sept 11th from a 1,000 sq foot townhouse. We've tried to focus our little bit of improvement money on the areas inside that need it most. We have not done anything to the outside of the home, except I put some pumpkins on the front porch. Going to add a little more seasonal decorations next weekend. , Home Exterior Design

    Our first home

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  • Our Family Room, Our family room has a style that is perfect for our young family and a Colorado lifestyle.  We have beautiful, warm rugs and shutters paired with drapery to complete the space.  I mix a variety of pieces that come from all price points.  I don't spend a fortune on accessories because I tire of them quickly.  I do splurge on good rugs and lighting.  Enjoy looking!!  , Living Rooms Design

    Our Family Room

    12 photos, 2,421 Views, Flag

  • Backyard Gazebo Patio project, We took the backyard corner and turned it into a beautiful focal point.....nothing but grass and dirt was turned into a beautiful eating, resting, and gathering space., Patios & Decks Design

    Backyard Gazebo Patio...

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  • My Loft Like Studio Apartment, Hi everyone! My studio is practically unfurnished and I gladly accept all of your advice/tips/ideas/inputs etc… I do have a queen-sized platform bed, it's a wooden frame in a chocolate-black along with the matching coffee table (t.v. stand).  As for the apartment itself, it's a great location in Boston just a few blocks from Symphony Hall and Berklee College of Music. I'm not quite sure on measurements, but I'll estimate the square footage at being somewhere between 500-600 sq. ft. & 10 to 11 ft. in height. I have an exposed brick wall giving the studio a very loft like feel, or at least I like to think so. My mini loft? Light hard-wood floors and white paint on the other walls and ceiling. On the opposite end from the entrance "length wise" I have 3 bay like windows that create somewhat of a breakfast nook and allows for plenty of sunlight to shine in during the day. I also have a small yet decent sized kitchen with two additional windows, theres a walk-in closet to the left of the entrance, and lastly the bathroom; I have the lighting very bright, the floor is white tile, the bottom half of the bathroom wall is a grayish colored tile and the top half is regular wall painted white. I apologize if my description is all over the place, but i'm hoping once I get all of your great tips and ideas I'll be speaking fluent interior-design  in no time. :) PS, I'm not even sure what color I should choose for my couches, duvet cover, art, etc... ?  Help, Other Spaces Design

    My Loft Like Studio ...

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  • Liquidscapes, Pool Environments!! When you start thinking about a pool, think more in terms of it as a "Pool Environment" and living space. Think more in terms of how you want your space to function and be used, because that is what will define the space in many ways!!, Pools  Design

    Liquidscapes

    30 photos, 419 Views, Flag

  • Brick patio for rental property, This is extremely small back yard in a historic neighborhood.  I made this brick patio for my friend.   , Patios & Decks Design

    Brick patio for rental...

    7 photos, 2,114 Views, Flag

  • Modern French Kitchen, A French kitchen with a slight modern twist. This room was redone back in 2007 and we still enjoy the renovations. We incorporated a lot of black and white (what we hope to carry to the dining room) and added some color by using green paint and green antique plates. The toile tablecloth and small leopard print rug add much needed depth and texture to differ from the granite counter tops., Kitchens Design

    Modern French Kitche...

    6 photos, 2,877 Views, Flag

  • My FREE 3-Day Patio!, Brick patio, installed by yours truly during my three days of vacation last summer.  All the brick was FREE!  Woot!, Patios & Decks Design

    My FREE 3-Day Patio...

    14 photos, 1,209 Views, Flag

  • brick blunder, Boy oh boy where do we start? This space is 31ft x 24 ft which makes almost anything possible but we have no idea where to start. Cooking is our passion. We believe the kitchen should be the heart of the home where friends and family can gather. As you can see this room needs help the entire kitchen is brick. The layout is very chopped up and dated and yes that is straw on the ceiling., Kitchens Design

    brick blunder

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  • Faux Brick - Casual Elegant Dining Room, Make sure you check out the before and after on this one... I did a raised faux brick faux finish which enhanced the arcitecture in this eatting area, Then I added some chic nail head chairs, and hung a pretty capiz shell chandelier for a little drama!, Dining Rooms Design

    Faux Brick - Casual E...

    3 photos, 4,913 Views, Flag

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