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  • Vintage Farmhouse Bathroom with Modern Appeal, Prestine 1960's: that would be the description of this bathroom when I bought my farmhouse. Yellow toilet, sink and shower. Psychedelic flower themed wallpaper. Orange carpet. Yes, carpet in the bathroom, on top of which the toilet sat. Yuck. Hazmat suit for demo? Yes, please. We gutted this bathroom down to the floor joists. We ran new electrical and installed a bathroom fan. We moved the toilet to accommodate a claw foot tub. And we busted down a wall to install a neo-angle glass shower. This was the first full room I remodeled in my house and I chose to go with a very vintage feel. I choose traditional penny tiles for the flooring and pine edge and center bead for the walls and ceiling. I decided to install pedestal sinks with vintage-y chrome faucets. Even though, I don't have as much storage space as I did before with the clunky plywood cabinet, I don't mind. There is something a little gross about storing things long term in a bathroom, don't you think? I choose to tile the shower with white subway tiles and to accent it with a glass tile. The glass shower door and the glass tile add a modern touch to a very vintage bath. I replaced the 1960 brass door knob on the bathroom door with a cast iron and glass replica knob made by a company in NH that has been producing door knobs, shelving brackets and other miscellaneous hardware since the 1890's. I figured the original door knobs from this house that were lost many years ago may have come from this company. It feels a little more like restoration and less like rote remodeling when I can find something from the same period to put back into the house. It brings peace to a house that upon entering looks chaotic - decades of mismatched remodels that don't quiet flow with one another or the original character of the house itself. And in the end, that is my purpose with this house - to right the wrongs of the past and restore it to its original splendor., Bathrooms Design

    Vintage Farmhouse Ba...

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  • Little Cottage Dining Room, Cottage Dining Room. Love decorating in warm beige colors through out the farmhouse / cottage.  I think it has a very calming effect and since the house is so tiny it gives it a larger feel keeping everything light and airy.., Dining Rooms Design

    Little Cottage Dining...

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  • Roof Deck and Urban Garden, This is my roof deck in Philadelphia, PA. I wanted a space that I could actually grow veggies and such but still use it as an entertaining space, this is the result., Patios & Decks Design

    Roof Deck and Urban G...

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  • Soft aqua and saffron master bedroom, Elegant modern master bedroom in hues of soft aqua, creamy white, and saffron. This room creates a cozy retreat with a king sized bed in a 10 x 12 space., Bedrooms Design

    Soft aqua and saffron ...

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  • Taking our kitchen into the 21st century!, We bought our home in1992 and haven't done anything to update the kitchen since.  Although its functionality was good, it was very dated.  Please, let me know what you think and if there are suggestions to make it better, I would love to hear from you!, Kitchens Design

    Taking our kitchen int...

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  • Home Office Makeover , Converted an unused bedroom into an home office.  I infused this room with lots of bright, soft colours.  The patterns, textures and colours used in this room help to create an energetic and unique feminine feel.  , Home Offices Design

    Home Office Makeover...

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  • The Babe Cave! A Craft Room and beyond!, If a Dude gets a "Man Cave", what does a woman get?  Welcome to my Babe Cave!  My room is just what every gal needs--a place to craft, a place to chat, a place to watch a movie, a place to gossip...a place that celebrates HER and not the rest of the family! Welcome to The Ladies' Lounge! 18ft of counter space along the edge of the room works for computing or crafting.  The island in the center serves as an eating area or cutting table or WHATEVER! A bar area in the corner of the room, keeps the wine chilling all night!  A sweet little window seat is great for curling up with a book!  I hope you like it.  I am not a decorator or seamstress or carpenter, but I did everything in this room myself!!, Other Spaces Design

    The Babe Cave! A Cra...

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  • Before & After of our 1925 Cottage, Here are before & after pictures of our 1925 cottage purchase in February of this year. We have worked long and hard on the cottage and still so much more to do.

I knew the minute we drove past to look at it, that I wanted it.  My husband and I could really bring her back to what she should be.  We just love this little cottage all of 850 sq ft.  we put up a picket fence and gates, brought in some trees, plants and flowers...Sit back and enjoy before we move on to the next project, Home Exterior Design

    Before & After of our ...

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  • Master bathroom with vintage touch, This is a newly constructed master bathroom. I went with a vintage feel using hexagon tiles on shower floor and adding a claw foot tub. Dark beadboard cabinetry, glass knobs and carrara marble counters. I was inspired by a recent stay at Watch Hill's newly rebuilt Oceanhouse Hotel in Rhode Island. 
Wall paint color is Benjamin Moore Beach Glass. , Bathrooms Design

    Master bathroom with ...

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  • Emmy's Parisian Chic Nursery, When my husband and I found out we were having a little girl, my wheels immediately started spinning and construction began!  I have always loved wainscot, so that was the first DIY project my husband tackled. I maximized space by setting the armoire caddy-corner with a changing station to the left and the crib directly on the opposing wall.  The glider and ottoman is also caddy corner next to the changing station. I found an antique mahogany two-tier table with scallop edging from Craigslist -$50- and my mom refinished it in a black pearl stain with gold etching and tulip flowers with the letter M for Baby Morgan. The picture-in-picture was a design inspiration that my mom found in an interior decor magazine. We replicated the idea, wallpapering each of the inside panels bordered with molding, and placed vintage pictures that have been with my family for several years. On the 'changing station' wall, the other two picture-in-pictures have wired vintage figures of a manikin silhouette and Eiffel tower for that Parisian flare. My mother-in-law made all the bedding, drapery, and diaper hanging sack from fabric we picked out a local fabric warehouse in Buena Park, CA.  The crib cornice and curtain tie backs were a great find at the Princess Canopy Shop on Etsy. They are stained in black pearl with brass/gold etching.  We purchased the 'M' wall monogram from CraftCarve on Etsy (the lowest price and high quality finish.) I bought the hanging chandelier on closeout with black shades and matching pink bows were tied using the leftover pink satin bedding fabric. The furniture was purchased locally and the lamp was purchased on clearance at Tuesday Morning -$50-. I shopped around for the rug and bought it for 50% less than retail from BoldRugs.com after they price matched another competitors price. The crib mobile was purchased on target.com., Nurseries Design

    Emmy's Parisian Chic...

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  • Open concept kitchen with white cabinets, Open floor plan kitchen with white cabinets and spacious island., Kitchens Design

    Open concept kitchen w...

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  • Cottage Bathroom, Husband and I purchased this 1925 cottage and have been restoring it over the past 6 months, still lots to do but we love it.  Added a Chandelier, cast iron vintage sink, and tiled the floor.The mirror is from Pottery Barn as well as the glass shelf, the cabinet is from Home Decoration Collection, shower curtain is Pottery Barn and the window curtains are from Target. Love decorating in warm beige and whites through out the farmhouse / cottage., Bathrooms Design

    Cottage Bathroom

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  • ~*No RoOm For A TreE Up HerE!*~, My living room decorated for the Holidays! Definitely had to make due with what I already had with the exception of the small wreath on the mirror. I bought the wreath base at the Dollar Tree and then used what I had to create the wreath. Even though I don't have room for a tree up here I at least wanted it to look somewhat festive for the Holiday's. Maybe eventually I could get one of those kinda skinny trees for up here. We do have a tree, it's just in the basement in my daughter's little living area. , Living Rooms  Design

    ~*No RoOm For A Tre...

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  • Avery's 50 Shades of Purple Nursery, a pretty purple room lovingly created for our second daughter Avery Violet :), Nurseries Design

    Avery's 50 Shades of ...

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  • Davis' Nautical Room, My 3 year old loves boats and the beach, so we made his room in that theme., Boys' Rooms Design

    Davis' Nautical Room

    4 photos, 18,091 Views, Flag

  • Just a little glam, Bathrooms Design

    Just a little glam

    4 photos, 15,838 Views, Flag

  • Cozy Cottage Porch Makeover, The porch of my Victorian cottage was enclosed back in the 20s.  I painted it white with a blue ceiling, refinished the hardwood floors, added a custom built daybed and lots of blue and white.  The shelving holds my ironstone and aqua mason jars and bottles, and seagrass baskets are used for storage.  A Dash and Albert outdoor rug withstands heavy traffic. The Starfish pillow is from local artist Willywaw.  Vintage french grain sacks are used as pillow cases. Since the porch is south facing it gets great sun and warms up enough in winter so we can use it year round!, Porches Design

    Cozy Cottage Porch M...

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  • shady serpentine walk, Difficult spaces require creative solutions:  What to do with a very long and narrow yard? A graceful serpentine path of different materials winds through different outdoor rooms in the shade.  This upload starts the show, but other downloads by nwphillygardener continue to show this unique shade garden., Gardens Design

    shady serpentine walk

    14 photos, 22,689 Views, Flag

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