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Results found for "fifth wheel"

  • my new breakfast bar, I demoed out the old, ugly, dinning nook, and put in a breakfast bar. All hand made, sanded and stained with cherry wood stain. Had to rip out old lano and put in new, and painted everything too. This is inside an older 40 foot fifth wheel., Kitchens Design

    my new breakfast bar

    4 photos, 1,445 Views, Flag

  • RV Renovation, Completely renovated our 2003 Carriage Carri-lite. Being full timers we wanted the space to feel like our home! So when we got time off and were out of the RV for a little while we spent around 3 months changing everything out!  Some of the photos don't show the completed shades on (I made the Roman Shades myself so they took some time!) We're still planning on changing carpets in main living area and putting in a smaller version (but still bigger than the biggest RV oven) residential gas oven and a tank less water heater!  , Other Spaces Design

    RV Renovation

    17 photos, 9,509 Views, Flag

  • Blue Retreat, This 1989 fifth wheel restore was my first but will definitely not be my last!  , Other Spaces Design

    Blue Retreat

    13 photos, 1,069 Views, Flag

  • Gave my kitchen a personality!, For details -check out the blog -  A classic kitchen gets a mini-makeover for an updated look.  Basic black and white gets a splash of color for a warm and welcoming feel!, Kitchens Design

    Gave my kitchen a pers...

    6 photos, 3,985 Views, Flag

  • From Dated to Classic, Elegant and Classic Dining Room Redesign, Dining Rooms Design

    From Dated to Classic

    5 photos, 724 Views, Flag

  • Wheelbarrow Pot Rack, I wanted a Pot Rack for my Copper Pots and could not afford a good one.  So, I made this out of an old wheelbarrow and mounted it.   What do you think???, Kitchens Design

    Wheelbarrow Pot Rack

    7 photos, 631 Views, Flag

  • Kitchen Mini-Makeover, Simple Kitchen Makeover, Kitchens Design

    Kitchen Mini-Makeove...

    4 photos, 2,633 Views, Flag

  • family room, Family room & kitchen., Living Rooms Design

    family room

    8 photos, 157 Views, Flag

  • Lower Fifth  Bath, small space cluttered in its last rennovationnow opened up by pedestal sink recessed cabinetry on left (bleached ash) and a clear shower wall to wall glass panel with door. , Bathrooms Design

    Lower Fifth Bath

    2 photos, 937 Views, Flag

  • Heaven in The City !!, My  Older Brother's Pond, Gardens Design

    Heaven in The City !!

    5 photos, 1,928 Views, Flag

  • My home and garden!, My home and flowers and yard. A rainbow of colors this time of year. I will include previouse years also when things were at their peak of beauty. "All thing great and small Jehovah God made them all!" He let me help a little!, Gardens Design

    My home and garden!

    45 photos, 5,714 Views, Flag

  • Alex's Big Boy Room, This is Alex's big boy room his first room without a crib.  Everything in the room was created through the creativity of my wife and I.  The stop light stop sign diamond plate shelf and steering wheel all came from e-bay.  Grandpa donated the truck  box made toy box and daddy made the wall mounted tire from spare car pieces he had laying around.  The wheel/tire spins the steering wheel spins and the stoplight turns on and off via the wall mounted switch below.  , Boys' Rooms Design

    Alex's Big Boy Room

    4 photos, 1,681 Views, Flag

  • Pathetic Manhattan Penthouse Rooftop - Fifth Avenue, Urban city dwellers would appreciate your advice on how we can make our new (to us) 420sf roof deck green and welcoming. We never had outdoor space before and are not knowledgeable about plants or landscaping.  Thank you. , Patios & Decks Design

    Pathetic Manhattan P...

    5 photos, 545 Views, Flag

  • COLOR CHOICE MADE FOR THIS OLD HOME!!, This has been a very tough descision to make..I do not like to pick colors, escpecially when they will be on the home for 30+ yrs hopefully.. The roof we had put on the house in 1999..And it is brown,,(thinking  should have been different) anyways, that limits choices of colors..THE COLORS WE PICKED WILL BE A WICKER FOR HOUSE, ALMOND FOR THE TRIM AND TRIM PIECES, AND BLACK SHUTTERS FOR THE TOP WINDOW.And a crown above the window to match the rest of the windows but in almond..IT WILL ONLY BE THE TOP AND THE DORMERS TO BE SIDED RIGHT NOW!Due to money constrants,Baby steps..We picked Mastic Brentwood siding If we do not get to siding next yr..I will paint the other parts..Except the back which definetley needs to be sided..Way to tall.. I will post pics when done.., Home Exterior Design


    13 photos, 1,114 Views, Flag

  • Front Yard Garden, I enjoy the colors of the flower gardens along with the country setting.  , Gardens Design

    Front Yard Garden

    4 photos, 1,185 Views, Flag

  • Big Boy Adventurer Bedroom with Reverse Stencil Dresser, In anticipation of his baby sister's moving into the nursery, we created a big-boy bedroom for my son using colorful patterns and whimsical details.  Some of the items moved with him from the nursery; others were thrifted; others were purchased new and one iconic feature, a reverse-stenciled dresser, was DIYed.  The best feature of this room is that in addition to everything being toddler/preschooler accessible the design is both fun for a little boy and beautiful for his parents., Boys' Rooms Design

    Big Boy Adventurer Be...

    19 photos, 4,203 Views, Flag

  • Pirate bed, Ahoy matey!  This pirate bed was made by altering an antique full bed frame to fit a twin mattress with decking around it. Our little pirate loves his new bed and we love that we had almost all the supplies on hand to make this bed for him. Saved a bundle over buying a new boat bed!, Boys' Rooms Design

    Pirate bed

    4 photos, 1,175 Views, Flag

  • Beach Inspired Beige Living Room, Reinvented living room space from dark builders beige to a lighter creamier grey/beige in order to give a lighter airier beach feel. Added bamboo Roman Shade and Ocean colored sheers to large picture window. Beach glass colored accents add to the beach vibe. Hand painted crab pillow and the sand and shell tic-tac-toe art for a little whimsical fun., Living Rooms Design

    Beach Inspired Beige ...

    13 photos, 835 Views, Flag

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