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Results found for "elaborate"

  • Victorian Christmas,  Dining Room Table , Holiday Design

    Victorian Christmas

    1 photo, 200 Views, Flag

  • This is Where We Live, Our big cheery non cluttered room., Living Rooms Design

    This is Where We Liv...

    2 photos, 1,613 Views, Flag

  • Grand Foyer, This is my Foyer decked out for the holidays! Traditional red green and White sets the color palette for this holiday display. Accents in gold add rich visual contrast, Holidays Design

    Grand Foyer

    1 photo, 1,656 Views, Flag

  • Victorian Living Room, A formal living room that showcases most of collectibles displayed in the curio cabinets, furnitures and art pieces brought back from the Medittereanean., Living Rooms Design

    Victorian Living Roo...

    3 photos, 197 Views, Flag

  • Studio Space and Dining Room, We're wedding photographers and needed to have a space that could be used for consultations, a portrait studio, and also be our family dining room., Home Offices Design

    Studio Space and Dini...

    8 photos, 513 Views, Flag

  • Reed's Nursery Rhyme Nursery, This mural includes children's songs, fables, nursery rhymes, and tons of tiny critters and animals to keep a baby entertained.  I created this nursery for my first born son Reed.  I was 8 months pregnant when I began painting it.  This was my favorite project because it was the first time I got to create a project for my own child.   , Nurseries Design

    Reed's Nursery Rhyme ...

    10 photos, 1,794 Views, Flag

  • Wild Wild West Patio of the Rockies, Original deck built from original owners of the home back in the 80's.  This deck desperately needs a modern city makeover that can tie in with the gorgeous view of the Rockies!  It obviously is too small for the family of 4 to use as is, with a needed eating area, bbq area, seasonal pool/play area for the boys and still give Mommy a much needed outdoor retreat.  Don't know what else to do but rip it out and start over.  We just put in retaining concrete walls and concrete edging, so those have to stay.  Everything ELSE can go up to the Rocky Mountains!!  Big blue object is children's swim pool and large brown rectangular box is outdoor toy box storage., Patios & Decks Design

    Wild Wild West Pati...

    5 photos, 270 Views, Flag

  • tile patterned entry;detail, , Porches Design

    tile patterned entry;d...

    1 photo, 529 Views, Flag

  • First time I've decorated the mantle!, Living room tree and fireplace.  , Living Rooms Design

    First time I've decor...

    3 photos, 60 Views, Flag

  • HELP!  What do I do with these NICHES??, Niches and large "shelf" area in foyer and over front door need HELP!  The paint color is Rose Whisper (white with hint of rose) white crown molding and mahogany/dark cherry door & floors.  Some type of faux painting perhaps?  Just hang some simple single-flower paintings?  See my other rooms: it shouldn't be too "busy".. THANKS!, Living Rooms Design

    HELP! What do I do ...

    3 photos, 521 Views, Flag

  • Holiday Home 2008, Living room., Living Rooms Design

    Holiday Home 2008

    5 photos, 229 Views, Flag

  • Serenity, My space is warm and calm setting the mood of tranquility.  The five color scheme is easy to look at day or night and although it is not elaborate I've kept it simple in case I decide to change it up., Bedrooms Design


    4 photos, 515 Views, Flag

  • FENG SHUI MASTER SUITE, Elaborate fabric and lacy panels provide an illusion of clouds behind this queen sized bed.  Also the half of a chandelier mounted on the wall behind the bed create good Feng Shui for this particular Master Suite. , Bedrooms Design


    1 photo, 244 Views, Flag

  • Poe Insurance remains of Hurricane Wilma, My insurance company POE INSURANCE filed bankruptcy. Only 50% of hse repairs were completed.
TAMPA TRIBUNE4/2/2008 -Former Tampa Mayor Bill Poe Sr. and 19 others, including his wife and five children, have been sued by Florida regulators for engaging in what the state alleges was an elaborate scheme to divert more than $140-million from three property insurance companies even as the companies hurtled toward bankruptcy.

The 94-page lawsuit filed by the Florida Department of Financial Services alleges that as the Poe companies were taking huge losses from the eight hurricanes that struck Florida in 2004 and 2005, management began to move money around to protect itself from potential creditors.

, Living Rooms Design

    Poe Insurance remains...

    6 photos, 736 Views, Flag

  • Knock on Wood, Elaborate painted panels, 19th Century confessional screens, and oak from old sherry bins!, Kitchens Design

    Knock on Wood

    7 photos, 201 Views, Flag

  • Remodeled Sun Porch - Let there be light!, Our sun porch was more like a cave.  Dark!  We brightened things up., Porches Design

    Remodeled Sun Porch -...

    2 photos, 313 Views, Flag

  • Hate My Space- Master Bedroom, Our master bedroom suite has not changed a bit since the day we moved into our home 5 years ago.  We have meticulously decorated most of the other rooms in our home to reflect our personal style (funky, warm and elegant).  We left our master bedroom for last because nobody really sees it.  The flaw in that plan it that WE see it everyday for much of the day.  Mud brown walls are not very inspiring first thing in the morning.  Honestly, it looks like completely different people live in our bedroom than the rest of the house….it’s that disconnected.  This suite consists of four separate yet connected spaces: the bedroom with a large bay window is connected to a good sized sitting room through a clunky 3-sided fireplace (with missing tile) and there is also a small empty dressing area which leads into the master bathroom (which is in desperate need of a new paint/wallpaper job due to water marker on dark brown paint).   Unfortunately, due to a serious medical illness in our family concerning our dear 9 year old son, everything in our lives was put on of the least important being the plans to begin to decorate our master bedroom.  Also, due to this event we find ourselves mostly on the second floor of our home and we use our master now more than ever.  This room has become an upstairs family room to our family. Now that things are beginning to turn around- I have some very vivid ideas about what I’d like to see for this room but currently don’t have the time, energy and means to accomplish it during our tight schedule.  I will elaborate more under each picture.  Any ideas/help would be appreciated!, Bedrooms Design

    Hate My Space- Maste...

    5 photos, 207 Views, Flag

  • Victorian Guest Bath, I have always loved the old clawfoot tub, which was this inspiration for this bathroom.  I also got inspiration from the prints that are actually from an old calendar.  , Bathrooms Design

    Victorian Guest Bath

    6 photos, 441 Views, Flag

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