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  • The "Lilly"pad, Collins Dorm Baylor University, Dorm Rooms Design

    The "Lilly"pad

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  • Gold Room, Guess room remodel still in progress. Enhance your home decor with this elegant Celine 5-piece mirrored and upholstered tufted queen-size bedroom set. This set features mirrored panels and includes a queen-size bed, two nightstands, one dresser and one mirror.  #MercerChandelier #zgallerie #35yearsofstyle, Bedrooms Design

    Gold Room

    4 photos, 2,168 Views, Flag

  • Take three remodel, 3rd remodel. Moved from Chicago to Iowa. Bought a house & of course, had to start remodeling. This one took 10 months., Kitchens Design

    Take three remodel

    9 photos, 1,881 Views, Flag

  • Teen Tiffany & co. Inspired room, Teen bedroom , Girls' Rooms Design

    Teen Tiffany & co. In...

    5 photos, 28,634 Views, Flag

  • Little Diva Room with a Secret Space!, Girls room with window seat.  Built-in storage.  Craft desk., Girls' Rooms Design

    Little Diva Room wit...

    13 photos, 1,306 Views, Flag

  • New Year's Eve Tablescape, Silver & Gold New Year's Eve Dinner Party - 2013/2014, Dining Rooms Design

    New Year's Eve Table...

    10 photos, 2,879 Views, Flag

  • 1922 Cape Cod Renovation, We bought a 1922 Cape Cod in the Philadelphia Metro Area.  It needed a ton of work but we got a great deal.  I started with a screw driver and a role of duct tape but through YouTube and Google, I self-taught my self everything from carpentry to plumbing. After 2 looooong years, it's not the best but my wife is pleased so I'm happy., Home Exterior Design

    1922 Cape Cod Renovat...

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  • Before and After bathroom:  Making Lemonade from lemons, As much as I hated the downstairs bath I needed more time to accrue the funds and do the renovation.   But when a pipe burst and did significant damage to the bath and surrounding areas, my plans escalated.  Headache that it was, I love the results.  I hope you do too., Bathrooms Design

    Before and After bathr...

    3 photos, 12,141 Views, Flag

  • Its all just right, Living Rooms Design

    Its all just right

    6 photos, 49,925 Views, Flag

  • Modern, elegant small space, Hunter Douglas custom panel blinds..round table with high back white chairs.  Elegant lighting and wide plank flooring.  Dark Grey/Brown Walls. 7.5' X 9, Kitchens Design

    Modern, elegant small...

    10 photos, 39,956 Views, Flag

  • Regan's Teen Retreat, Teenage girl's bedroom make-over. Eclectic mix of vintage, traditional and a little modern. Dark grey walls set the tone for a cozy place to chill!, Girls' Rooms Design

    Regan's Teen Retreat

    6 photos, 4,655 Views, Flag

  • I love my garden and THIS is how it loves me........, Gardens are such magical and enchanting places, ever changing (even on a daily basis) and improving with every passing year.
I don't have a massive garden but a fair sized suburban London backyard space, which I have packed with plants and created many paths throughout the garden to give a sense of journey, mystery and an element of discovery.
I am normally drawn to architectural and foliage plants with interesting leaf colour and texture. But this year I was inspired by a documentary  named  "Bees, butterflies and blooms" by Sara Raven and have added lots of flowering plants especially the single flowers rich in pollen and nectar to attract a variety of pollinating insects. Now that the garden is in bloom, there is a buzz in my garden that I have never noticed before. The garden is now truly alive with the gentle hum and buzz of bees and hover flies and fluttering of butterflies from flower to flower. It has also helped attract all manner of beneficial critters which keep the lil beasties in check too. The garden just provides endless hours of enjoyment and relaxation.
Gardening can be a very solitary business but in fact your never really alone. All I can say is whoever has a garden and is involved in it is truly blessed. Where would I be without a garden to plant my dreams., Gardens Design

    I love my garden and T...

    25 photos, 11,222 Views, Flag

  • Little Cottage Dining Room, Before and After of Cottage Dining Room, Dining Rooms Design

    Little Cottage Dining...

    5 photos, 2,403 Views, Flag

  • Modernist Mother-in-Law's Apartment, My home was built in 1950 and included a detached carport with a large two-room workshop. In January of this year, I embarked on a project to build a completely self-contained apartment for myself on the existing slab of the carport/workshop and invited my daughter, son-in-law and two grandsons to move into the main house. The new apartment was immediately dubbed "The Modernist Nest" by a fellow blogger and "Grammo's Little House" by my grandsons.

It took three months to complete the construction and a couple more months to landscape, but I'm finally in and enjoying my new 676 sf nest-space very much., Other Spaces Design

    Modernist Mother-in-...

    29 photos, 6,602 Views, Flag

  • 1915 Bungalow Renovation, Our home is located in the Five Points area of Raleigh, NC, and was built in 1915.  The home was originally a 2 bedroom/1 bath home built over a full basement.  We renovated the original part of the home and added a master bedroom with bath, family room, screened porch & deck.  Instead of adding more basement space beneath the addition, we instead made that new space an oversized garage., Other Spaces Design

    1915 Bungalow Renovat...

    17 photos, 65,519 Views, Flag

  • 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 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.  My husband designed the M monogram and had it carved for under $40.  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 after finding that on an interior design website, I 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...

    5 photos, 17,340 Views, Flag

  • Home Library , Living in Rhode Island and having been a member of the Preservation Society of Newport County (aka those who run the famous "Newport Mansions"), I have always loved the style of the Gilded Age. This is my take on a home library for my current home. , Home Offices Design

    Home Library

    5 photos, 4,934 Views, Flag

  • Harlequin Entry, We finally got a new front door!  The header , door crown, was custom made by my husband.  Total DYI project.  The harlequin pattern took hours to complete....  Just finished the last coat of black on the door and linen on the crown.  Whew... all done!, Other Spaces Design

    Harlequin Entry

    6 photos, 2,790 Views, Flag

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