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  • What A Dramatic Difference. . . Right? (Befores and Afters), Space Description: Originally my Grandparents 1970's "Vacant" home, I, a single 23 year old guy, bought my house in 2008 and it was a dump in need of a serious remodel.  Though the projects never seem to be completly over, I demolished the entire interior of the house and things have turned out amazing.  The most significant change made in the kitchen was removing the wall between the living room and kitchen.  This allows there to be one large open concept space rather then 2 separate rooms. 

Featuring Select 6x24 Veincut Travertine on the floor and a Classic Splitface Mosaic, uniquely found at Old World Stone Imports, people that come in the kitchen can't help but awe.  The Counters are Blue Pearl Granite with a chiseled edge to tie in with the the rustic 3D Backsplash.  A simple but beautiful trick that I have learned, when it comes to windows in the kitchen, is to simply frame them in Travertine moldings, in this case the Classic Alpha.  This allows the window to appear almost as an ever changing picture.  

I had custom Cabinets created so that they were designed exactly as I wanted them to be done.  The main stain that I picked is also the stain used throughout the entire house on all of the moldings.  This allows a simple accent that flows and creates uniformity throughout the entire house.  On the island I chose to do a simple black wash to create a unique feature different from the rest of the kitchen as an accent.

After removing the horrible wallpaper I chose a simple yet traditional beige paint color.  Once again this paint color can be found throughout the majority of the house.  What do you think of me painting the Main Kitchen walls a classic Country Golden yellow? Though the deck door is not perfect I changed it from its 1970's green to a much more modern simple white doorway just by using some paint.

If you like any of the products show visit my works website and I would be glad to help you create the kitchen of your dreams.  www.OldWorldStoneImports.com, Kitchens Design

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  • Master Bathroom with a View, We recently (finally) renovated / remodeled our master bathroom that had been sitting gutted since the day we bought our house - over 3 1/2 years ago.  We finally were able to borrow the lump sum needed to do this massive makeover.  The issue with the original bathroom - other than the fact that it was super dated (green wallpaper) and yucky, was that the main drain was cracked and water was leaking to the floor below - into the walls and down to the floor.  This is a second story bathroom and below it is the kitchen and dining room.  Sadly the previous tenant was using the bathroom even with the broken drain pipes which had caused mold in the walls which we had to get professionally cleaned!  Anyway, all that's in the past now and we have a fabulous modern (but comfortable) master bathroom that feels like an expensive hotel / spa and it even has a view of the bay and golden gate bridge!

feel free to follow our blog for the rest of our adventures in home makeover here - http://fixerwithaview.wordpress.com - we even have a blog section about how we almost got onto HGTV's curb appeal - shot the reveal and everything before our project was cancelled., Bathrooms Design

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  • Modern Basement Bathroom in Man's Cave, Modern basement bath, Bathrooms Design

    Modern Basement Bath...

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  • That spa feel, I wanted to create a room that has the feel of a spa with warm clean lines. , Bathrooms Design

    That spa feel

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  • Kitchen Facelift in two days & $600, While visiting our son and daughter-in-law for the holidays this year we helped them give their kitchen a facelift.  We usually help them with a project each time we visit., Kitchens Design

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  • Single Handle White Ceramic Bathroom Faucet, Single Hole 1-Handle Low-Arc Bathroom Faucet in White features a drooping, flower-stem handle that maintains fluid lines to ensure easy cleaning. The beautifully sculpted, pitcher-like, vitreous-china spout is sure to add a unique beauty to your bathroom setting. This bathroom faucet is ADA compliant.

, Bathrooms Design

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  • Innovative and Trendy Faucets to Transform Your Living Spaces, Choose faucets according to the requirement of your home. Here we describe you different styles of faucets for sink, kitchen, bathroom and shower, Other Spaces Design

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  • Modern Bathroom in Tight Quarters, This 30 square foot bathroom in a pre-war co-op building in NYC was gutted and renovated to be a modern space efficient luxury bathroom. Despite it's small footprint the materials (travertine marble and brushed nickel accessories make it seem large and make you feel like you are at an upscale hotel., Bathrooms Design

    Modern Bathroom in T...

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  • Kitchen stand still, I recently upgraded few items in my kitchen. I'm on a budget but I want to make it look more updated. I added an island, new countertops, and sink. I don't know where to go from here. Please suggest paint colors, lighting, backsplash, and flooring ideas., Kitchens Design

    Kitchen stand still

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  • Master Bath Overhaul, After finding mold behind some loose tiles, my husband and I ripped everything out and started over. We tore out the vinyl shower pan and used instructions online to build a new one.... The only part of this job that we didn't tackle ourselves was the installation of our new antique glass shower stall!, Bathrooms Design

    Master Bath Overhaul

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  • From Carpeting to Sharpening!, I did a full remodel of my master bathroom right when I moved into my house. It was 1980's proud with the nasty carpeting and nursing home type wall border & Paint. I am including before and after pics.. Enjoy. , Bathrooms Design

    From Carpeting to Sha...

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  • 1930's Bathroom Gets a a Modern Classic Rehab , A cramped jack and Jill bath that was last renovated in 1933 adds space through a new layout of the space., Bathrooms Design

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  • Kitchen is DONE ... or is it?, This kitchen is the last room in a total renovation of our 1886 Victorian, Kitchens Design

    Kitchen is DONE ... ...

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  • Zen Bathroom on a Budget, I purchased a 1980's home that has great bones and a lot of potential.  I was originally going to gut the entire room and start over but based on budget decided to do a facelift instead.  There are a lot of materials and fixtures I've always wanted to try in a room and decided this was the project to use them in -- namely: granite tiles for the counter a vessel style sink and natural grass wallpaper.  Budget $700., Bathrooms Design

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  •  Louisiana Cajun Country Kitchen update from old mid 70's kitchen, Replaced old 70's doors with new solid birch raised-panel doors new flooring beadboard on backsplash and behind and on sides of cabinets.  Ceramic tiles behind sink.  Granite stone sink and oil rubbed bronze faucet hardward and light fixture.  New gas stovetop built in oven and exhaust hood all in bisque. New countertop in High Definition Bella Noche.  Window treatment in black/ecru toil hear and in breakfast room.  What do you think?, Kitchens Design

    Louisiana Cajun Coun...

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  • Previous owners were proud of their renovated kitchen - WHAT?  This kitchen has already been updated???  That's scary!, 10x8 kitchen. Cupboards don't close see the velcro? Previous owners cut a hole in a closet (outside of the kitchen) for the fridge. Drawer faces are loose! Water damage took the hood right off the ceiling. Linoleum tile is cheap and looks bad. Faucet is from the utility sink as a temporary fix. Metal blinds hang in the aluminum window. Not enough cupboard space so a lot of stuff sits out on our counters. No pantry either. Not a space to be proud to entertain from-but I am forced to =( , Kitchens Design

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  • My Eclectic, Napa-Craftsman Inspired Kitchen, I chose three different cabinet colors:  Deep cherry chocolate, quarter-sawn autumn oak and deep brick red.  The granite is full of movement and depth called copper canyon.  My open shelving is by far my favorite design aspect.  The wood is oiled walnut planks from the rafters of my grandfathers barn (almost 40 years old!).  I had them planed and all we had to do was oil them.  I found the some very simple brackets from Van Dykes to hold them up.  I change out my pottery and dishes according to the season which is so fun to do!  I use everything that is within reach, the higher up, the more for show:-)  The subway tile back splash is a hand cut, hand glazed crackle in honey.  My two sinks are a copper with a brown patina.  The bar sink is octagon in shape and the farm house sink is a DREAM for cooking and piling up dishes and bake ware to keep the countertops clear.  My life would not be the same without it!  I also love how bacteria only lives two hours on it.  It's a living sink, so the inside patina changes, rubs off and comes back daily according to the foods we eat.  I love the towel bar and it is surviving two children under four with no problem - whew! I had so much fun picking out the cabinet hardware.  Each color of cabinet have a different family of knobs/handles, but all are in oil rubbed bronze.  We also decided to thicken the island granite to give it a more distinct feel.  This space is a favorite among friends and we never leave it when entertaining!  My husband, Mom and Dad chimed in for advice.  I had a great cabinet designer who did a great job in helping me save $$.  Probably the most helpful, chic person is my cousin Tiffany who lives far from me, but we talked a ton on the phone, emailed and I shared pictures with her as the house took shape.  It was great to have someone who could help steer me in the right direction and give me confidence in my choices.  The colors of the walls pay homage to her!  I wish she lived closer:-)  She rocks - Thank you Tiffany!!!, Kitchens Design

    My Eclectic, Napa-Cr...

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  • ASIAN INSPIRED BATHROOM, We remodeld our 80's bathroom with our focal point being the wood framed bathtub we purchased from http://www.bathtubsfactorydirect.com which by the way we got the idea from another Rate My Space post. The wood and marble flooring was purchased at LOWS.

Most work was self performed., Bathrooms Design

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