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  • I need a kitchen, bathroom, lanai etc!!!, I bought a house with no kitchen, I need a full rehab to include every inch of the kitchen, 2K sq ft of flooring, bathroom remodel, pool lanai rehab.  Help!!!, Kitchens Design

    I need a kitchen, bath...

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  • A Recessionista Redecorates, Just because the economy is dreary, doesn't mean my living room has to stay that way! Time for energizing new design, colors, fabrics! And, on a budget, please!, Living Rooms Design

    A Recessionista Redec...

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  • Coral Craze, This is a table display I created for a major department store.  Keep in mind that it is a store display so it's very over-the-top. It's very possible to interpret it in a smaller scale for your home.  I also wanted to show how much drama you can create if you push yourself., Dining Rooms Design

    Coral Craze

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  • My Troublesome Bedroom Layout, So a few months back i moved to this tiny "1 BR" apt. I'm on a tight budget! so ofcourse i went to the only rational place IKEA! Now that i've settled in i've realized that im not completely happy with my layout. PLEASE pass along an ideas for re-arranging! Oh and i know this sounds weird but i would love to have a tiny eating area in here being that i dont have space for it anywhere else in the apt im willing to lose the futon and the tv stand for this!, Bedrooms Design

    My Troublesome Bedro...

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  • A Mid-Century Twist, Created a ecelctic bedroom for a couple with a few mid-century pieces, which were re-sanded/painted by me!, Bedrooms Design

    A Mid-Century Twist

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  • Coral Rock House Update, This is our 1926 Coral Face home. I am pleading for ideas. Where do I start with landscaping? What should be my first priority? We need parking for 4 cars and steps to the back doors for sure., Yards Design

    Coral Rock House Upda...

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  • Gray and Coral Nursery , Nurseries Design

    Gray and Coral Nurser...

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  • Coral Bath Design PLANS, Bathrooms Design

    Coral Bath Design PL...

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  • Main/Guest Bathroom, This is the main bathroom in the house, we recently painted, added new lighting, shower curtain, bath decor, pictures, faucet etc.  we are very happy with how it turned out.  It cost a total of about $370 to complete., Bathrooms Design

    Main/Guest Bathroom

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  • BRIGHT CORAL FRONT DOOR - LOVE IT OR REPAINT IT?, We recently bought a house and need some input on the front door.  The door was painted a bright coral when we purchased the home and we think a different color may better suit this home.  We are unsure as to what color would compliment our new home.  The coral is painted on both the interior and exterior of the door.  This siding color is a very light grayish blue.  The house is located in Illinois and gets full sun exposure.  We would love to hear others' thoughts on what color the door should be:)  , Home Exterior Design

    BRIGHT CORAL FRO...

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  • Classy Coral and Tiffany Blue Dorm Bedding, Beautiful bedding brightens up a dull sorority dorm room, Dorm Rooms Design

    Classy Coral and Tiff...

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  • Kaleb's Underwater Adventure, Even the sturgeon and the ray they get the urge to start to play under the sea!  My 4 year old loves his underwater room complete with Captain's Cave (his closet).  I free handed all of the graphics and we just love the way it has turned out., Boys' Rooms Design

    Kaleb's Underwater A...

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  • Coral bedroom with neutral accents, Some people have their bed as their focal point, but I decided on one accent wall (coral) to be the main focus of the room. The paint color is Indian Summer from Behr and the neutral light brown, almost taupe color is Toasted Wheat, also from Behr. , Bedrooms Design

    Coral bedroom with ne...

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  • Townhouse Coral Living Room, Coral living room with the retablos and religious art I collect. The furniture comes from family mostly., Living Rooms Design

    Townhouse Coral Livi...

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  • MidCentury Moxie, This is our living room space, which has been a work in progress.  It's full of texture and natural elements (corals on the fireplace mantel, bamboo shades, cozy and soft-to-the-touch microfiber seating).  

The large-scale contemporary painting is from a wonderful artist who sells on Ebay (Jen Berry).  The couch (Crate and Barrel) and distressed leather chaise are finds from Craigslist.  The pottery art on the shelves on either side of the painting come from student art sales at our local community college, as well as the plant bust on the table in the corner.  (Along with a little Jonathan Adler thrown in with the fish ceramics.)  

I took color inspiration from the slate fireplace, and threw in a pops of green in the painting and accent pillows.  The mirror above the mantle was my grandmother's, I believe from the Deco period.  It has a slight pink cast to it.

The wallcolor is Oatmeal, by Ralph Lauren, but I am in the midst of re-painting it a soft and moody  grayish blue ocean color -- Linen, Eddie Bauer for Valspar Paint.  (I'll post new pics soon.)

And I used a lot of glass tables in the room to create more visual space.  

I hope you enjoy my space -- I would love to hear your suggestions!

, Living Rooms Design

    MidCentury Moxie

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  • Our Lovely Living Room, As a proud owner of a 1970's ranch style home, I have been working hard to freshen up and makeover the space. The living room design inspiration was pulled from the classic styles of cottage homes. I also feel drawn to many beach details, so I included those aspects into the design as well. Many DIY projects needed to happen in order to make this space complete and stay on a budget. I feel like many of these humble touches made the room feel even more like a home. I hope you enjoy my living room makeover!, Living Rooms Design

    Our Lovely Living Roo...

    7 photos, 3,545 Views, Flag

  • Christmas Coral and Tree, Sometimes I like to highlight some of my objects by raising them "up".  It gives them the importance they need to be the main subject., Holidays Design

    Christmas Coral and T...

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  • Guest Bath-Mahogany Dresser with Vessel sink, We recently finished this bathroom remodel. My husband took a mahogany dresser that we purchased for $150.00. He completely refinished it and put seven coats of polyurethane to protect the top from water. When he cut the drawers down to accommodate the plumbing he detailed them so they would be completely usable. Some are deep so we still have good storage. We added a vessel sink with an oil-rubbed bronze faucet. Our floors are Tumbled Boticcino Marble.  I made the shell/coral mirror with heavy duty hardware to support it on the wall. Color accents in towels, curtain and rug are Restoration Hardware Silver Sage., Bathrooms Design

    Guest Bath-Mahogany ...

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