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Results found for "french doors"

  • Old Fashion Vestibule With Park Influence, We recreated our 100 year old building to retain neighborhood flavor.  While contemporary on the inside, retaining the idea of a vestibule maintained the Baltimore Row House heritage, provided an energy efficient transition into our great room interior and creatively features an old world tiled feel with a bit of our neighborhood park influence., Other Spaces Design

    Old Fashion Vestibule...

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  • From Wall to WOW!, Our like-new home had a formal living room in it, but it was a very small dark box, so we decided to knock out the wall leading to the family room and put in French doors and built-in shelves and storage. What a difference it made!, Living Rooms Design

    From Wall to WOW!

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  • All Decked Out, Finally we have our beautiful cedar deck completed.  It really adds to our home by offering us extended living space directly accessed through the double french doors both in the kitchen and the dining room.  We wanted to create a space that welcomed visitors as well as brought back memories of two of our favorite destinations, Sardinia, Italy and South Beach.  We are thrilled with the results and have already had the opportunity to host friends here., Patios & Decks Design

    All Decked Out

    10 photos, 1,988 Views, Flag

  • 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

    Master Bathroom with...

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  • Living Room with fireplace and French Doors, Living Rooms Design

    Living Room with fire...

    8 photos, 1,621 Views, Flag

  • My OLD home, As a single girl with little money, I bought my first house, which was a real mess and turned into a comfortable cottage. I sold it in 2006 and made quite a nice little profit!, Other Spaces Design

    My OLD home

    4 photos, 111 Views, Flag

  • Throw me a curve! , Throw me a curve! Curved Sofa, Windows, Table, Arm Chairs, Round tables. Use the Architecture for clues and interior furnishings inspiration!  , Dining Rooms Design

    Throw me a curve!

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  • Cozy Cottage Sitting Room, This is the area you see when you walk into our home. It's an akward area so I have made it a sitting room but it has also served as a dining area in the past., Other Spaces Design

    Cozy Cottage Sitting ...

    3 photos, 1,799 Views, Flag

  • Casual Italian Dining Room, My dining room, once a covered patio by the pool, is now an enclosed dining room open to the kitchen. My inspiration was the 4 steel arched french door sets that my demo happy friend asked me to take to the dump for her (I have a really big truck). She also had a kitchen full of 3 year old top of the line kitchen cabinets and an antique butcher block sitting on the grass in front of her house waiting for the same dump run. (I'll save that part of the remodel for another time)., Dining Rooms Design

    Casual Italian Dining...

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  • Window shopping?, A  seasonal collection of inspiring and unique windows in my home, Other Spaces Design

    Window shopping?

    31 photos, 1,162 Views, Flag

  • My Halfway done Country French Kitchen, It is a mix of reds and yellows.  Waverly provided the perfect curtains for all the windows. The french doors makes my space look "cottagy" and provide for tons of light. I like the buttermilk color on the walls, the legs of the DR table motivated me to start with that color.  I like the rooster theme also, but stopped at the few plates and the one picture on the wall.  I need to do something else, I do not know how to complete the look. There is something missing., Kitchens Design

    My Halfway done Coun...

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  • LIVING ROOM /ALL FRENCH DOORS, Living Rooms Design

    LIVING ROOM /ALL...

    20 photos, 2,788 Views, Flag

  • Master Bathroom remodel, I had an incredibly small bathroom originally, shaped like the letter L and I had the wall taken out and french doors added. The slate floor and walk in shower with marble tile tops were added and I put up the small slate shelving myself with the extra tiles. I also built the mirror myself with a slight slant forward to see better instead of the traditional flat against the wall version of the vanity. The sink and closet doors are from ikea, but the shelving and frame I built myself with scrap wood from an earlier project in the kitchen. Overall I'm really pleased with the outcome., Bathrooms Design

    Master Bathroom remo...

    12 photos, 1,998 Views, Flag

  • Cramped & Crying, Small (11' x 13') TV room, sitting room, den - not sure what to call it.  A lot of light due to french doors and 3 windows.  French doors have 2" wooden blinds while the windows have plantation shutters.  This is the room where my husband and I sit, watch TV, read, etc.   My furniture won't fit!  I need ideas as to how to arrange current furniture or suggestions for different furnishings.  Must be comfortable and grandchildren safe., Other Spaces Design

    Cramped & Crying

    9 photos, 209 Views, Flag

  • Utila Beach House with Long Living Room, I am enclosing a front porch to make a long living room (12'x 36'). I'm having problems figuring out what furniture to get and how to place it. There are three double doors opening onto the new front porch with a view of the ocean, which I want to take advantage of. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!, Living Rooms Design

    Utila Beach House wit...

    19 photos, 787 Views, Flag

  • My favorite room in the house!, My favorite spot in the house is sitting at the window seat and enjoying the views  of the columns and arches into the rest of the house.  I love how this room turned out!  It took months to finish because of all the architectural details my husband kept adding.  , Living Rooms Design

    My favorite room in t...

    7 photos, 3,459 Views, Flag

  • moved furniture around, we don't have many choices of "moving" the furniture around in the living room but here is what we came up with...we'de love your opinions please  which picture do you prefer in this folder?(p.s. an area rug wall decor and curtains will be added soon. we just haven't found our HAVE TO HAVES yet...The wall colors will be changed also but haven't decided on the color yet A FUN MAKE OVER in process..., Living Rooms Design

    moved furniture around

    6 photos, 2,565 Views, Flag

  • Funky Chandelier and French Doors Make the Dining Room, Wanted French Doors off the dining room so we could dine alfresco - adds a little bit of fun for a formal room - pass thru leads to the Cantina also in my space, Dining Rooms Design

    Funky Chandelier and ...

    4 photos, 1,766 Views, Flag

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