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Results found for "gold"

  • Out with the Oak, In with the French Flair!!  (almost done), After almost 6 years of living in my off-the-shelf oak kitchen I have gone French!!! New countertops backsplash paint a little french twist here  and a lot of sweat later I'm almost there.  Just couldn't wait.  I've got to install the mini-pendent over the bar grout the marble backsplash and I'm awaiting my new barstools and I'll be finished!!!!, Kitchens Design

    Out with the Oak, In ...

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  • Contemporary Noah's Ark, A contemporary take on a Noah's Ark-themed nursery. My cousin wanted bright colors for her firstborn and of course with the baby's middle name..., Nurseries Design

    Contemporary Noah's ...

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  • Country Dining, This is my dining/breakfast room right off the kitchen. The paint color is Garden Stone...Valspar Signature is more of a taupe gray. It really warms up my woods and brings them all together. I made the curtains myself with just plain white linen fabric and I found about a 1 1/2 yards of a print fabric that I loved and added to the top. I can slide the treatment back and forth to go out the back door and still have a view from the inside. I was trying to hide the backdoor and the hardware between the door and the other window. I love blending my style of country with a more modern clean look. , Dining Rooms Design

    Country Dining

    3 photos, 1,636 Views, Flag

  • Powerfully Piquant, Moved my stuck-in the-80's Murky Mauve Kitchen to something a little more Spicy!  Tell me what you think . . . . .  ;-), Kitchens Design

    Powerfully Piquant

    7 photos, 9,058 Views, Flag

  • A women's wish kitchen , This is a Kitchen I designed for a Home Builder and his wife. The cabinets are a cream paint, distressed with a chocolate glaze.Counters- Niara Gold Granite & Wood Butcher Block top. Flooring- Provenza Old World color 'Fossil Stone'. Splash- Bellisima 'Cashmere' with Multi Colored Travertine Border. Bali etched 6" Decos over cooktop with Siena Tile 'Travertino' and Bellisima tiles bordered in Bronze Chair Rail.  
My client truly loves cooking for her Husband and 3 Beautiful Children. Her dream did come true. , Kitchens Design

    A women's wish kitche...

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  • Traditional Beauty on a Budget, Living and dining area in 270+ year old home. Inspired by magazines, books, HGTV...budget friendly! Both rooms were major work upon moving in (had to remove ALL wall paper, sand and stain floors, mud, sand paint, lights, etc etc.) Always a work in progress... The story starts here:, Living Rooms Design

    Traditional Beauty on ...

    13 photos, 2,476 Views, Flag

  • Open Concept Lodge-style Great Room, "Great Room" living space. 
    This home, at the 4000' elevation in the Sierras, is located between a nearby wine region to its west and a ski area to its east. I furnished it with :  a, items we already owned /repurposed furniture, b, new items from the Home Goods store, Pier One, World Market, or Pottery Barn, and c, local finds.  Since it is primarily used in the summer, I opted for a sofa slip-cover  from Pottery Barn in sand color. The eye-catching carpet was from the Home Goods store and provided the inspiration for the room's color scheme. The rattan chairs - there are actually two of them in the room - and the painting are from Pier One. All the pillows are from Pottery Barn. The carpet was the inspirational color scheme for the entire room & the Arts & Crafts inspired, simple painting was the last treasure that I found., Living Rooms Design

    Open Concept Lodge-st...

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  • Family Room, This is our family room where we spend most of our time.  It is gold with red accents.  The red makes it easy to decorate for Christmas.  We get a lot of natural light from the two pairs of French doors.  The ceiling is coiffured and painted one shade darker than the walls.  The room host many of my own paintings and family portraits., Living Rooms Design

    Family Room

    6 photos, 1,410 Views, Flag

  • Kitchen Make Over, We baught a 12 yr old house last year and wanted to update the kitchen with a small budget of about $7k (with free labor :) So we decided to keep the cabinets since they were in great shape (even had pull out shelves! :) I know its hard to tell from this pic but we put in travertine backsplash, with a bronze border above the granite, bronze faucet and pulls/knobs, very deep white undermounted sink, replaced the floors (on entire level) and appliances. Still waiting for bull nose to be put in over txgiving break this year. Oh...and one of these days soon I'd really like to get the cabinets stained to an Antique Glaze, like an off white/creamy color but rustic look and distressed? Thoughts??? Would it be too pricey to do that and would I be over spending for the value I've gotten so far? The 3rd pic is an example of what I'd like to have done:, Kitchens Design

    Kitchen Make Over

    3 photos, 773 Views, Flag

  • Ceiling?, This is our office/guest bedroom/ will be craft/sewing room on the left side of the room which is not complete as of yet. I need input on what color to paint the ceiling. Keep it basic and do white or paint it the wall color or something similar to it. These walls were extremely hideous dark paneling so I just painted them. That alone made a world of difference. The light is not  gold as it seems to appear in the photos. It is actually chrome. I am going to add chrome pulls and knobs to the desk drawers, etc. So this room is by no means complete, but please do give your input on the ceiling. Thank you., Home Offices Design


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  • Tuscan-inspired Kitchen Renovation on a Budget, Our 1920 house had the original kitchen and an under-used addition, which some call a three season porch, adjacent to it. We began the renovation by replacing the old jalousies with energy efficient windows and door. To help blend the two rooms, our contractor removed as much of the shared wall as possible.  The original plan was to take down the entire wall; however, our plan had to be revised when we discovered plumbing inside that wall. Our contractor helped us contain the cost by custom building more kitchen cabinets to match the existing ones.  This also gave me lots of additional storage - who doesn't love that! Bead board was installed along the breakfast room wall and at the ends of the cabinets. We had a local artisan make the wrought iron towel bar/pot rack. Recessed lighting was installed in both rooms along with honed "Jerusalem Gold" limestone countertops and "Saltillo" terracotta tiles (set on the diagonal).  We visually joined the two spaces by using the same materials and colors throughout.  It was a challenge to put a "new" kitchen into an old home.  We wanted it to look as if this renovated kitchen was original to the house. Having our contractor custom build more of the old style cabinets helped retain that look.  My husband and I have traveled to Tuscany together and were inspired by the earthy colors and rustic textures of that landscape.  We kept this in mind when we were making the design choices as we renovated this space. In conclusion, we are pleased with the result., Kitchens Design

    Tuscan-inspired Kitch...

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  • Made Autumn Oak Into Old World, We wanted to do a kitchen remodel with new cabinets, appliances, backsplash, lighting, etc.  However, our old oak cabinets were so well made we just couldn't bear the thought of throwing them away and investing $25k on new cabinets.  We took the risk of having them professionally painted, glazed and distressed with new hardware.  Our cabinet refinishing process was:
Sand and prepare surface
  Caulk gaps and holes
  Backfill oak wood grains
  Paint basecoat  
  Sand edges
  Stain edges
  Seal wood
  Glaze over surface

They were professionally painted by:
Simply Imagine
By Jan Keller
11104 Bradbury Place
Carmel, In 46033
, Kitchens Design

    Made Autumn Oak Into...

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  • Glamour Girl's Bathroom, My goal was to create a glamorous new bathroom for my college age daughter by adding dramatic touches. , Bathrooms Design

    Glamour Girl's Bathr...

    7 photos, 5,510 Views, Flag

  • Christmas 2008, Living room in a 1921 prairie home located in a Historic District of Pontiac Michigan.Finally restored!  The rest of the house next.  Painted walls from white to creamy gold.  Added wood walnut blinds resurfaced painted brick fireplace to stucco and Motawi Tiles., Living Rooms Design

    Christmas 2008

    5 photos, 2,066 Views, Flag

  • plant combos, A few of my favorite plant combinations last summer around the golf course garden, Gardens Design

    plant combos

    8 photos, 11,242 Views, Flag

  • My Loft in the Old Albuquerque High School, Here's my loft in an old high school that was built nearly 100 years ago. I've incorporated two design elements, old world and modernistic design (at least i tried lol). Deep reds, golds and subtle hints of greens that are found throughout the loft in fabrics, art and even in Moroccan Lanterns, this would be the old eastern world influence. On the other hand there is a modern flare present in the clean lined furniture, and monochromatic accents, there's even a cowhide rug that i have noticed in modern design lately. Its still a work in progress, still need to splash some paint on the walls and i have a library ladder that is in the makes to access there loft and some book shelving im building. Ill have pics up as soon as its finished. I hope you all enjoy. :) , Living Rooms Design

    My Loft in the Old Al...

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  • Living Room Contemporary Remodel, Another room finished in our entire house remodel.  We updated a worn-out 80's decorated space with warm wood flooring, neutral gray walls and pops of yellow and turquoise to create our dream living room.   We still have to find the perfect reclaimd wood dining table to complete the look, but at least we're no longer embarrassed when we open our front door!  Every bit of the work and decor was accomplished on a budget of $4000, including the construction, which moved a doorway, new drywall texture and an added expanded concrete step down from the entry.  Most everything in the room, except for the flooring are vintage pieces found at garage sales/estate sales/auctions, and we did all of the work ourselves, including the art., Living Rooms Design

    Living Room Contempo...

    10 photos, 19,669 Views, Flag

  • Victorian-style Parlor, As a teenager we moved to an old Gold Mining town in Northern California and lived in an 1872 Victorian home. We moved away and I was sad to leave the house. This room has the feeling & coloring of my old house even though my house isn't old. I first became aware of Decorative Painting/Faux Painting in that old house. It had large pocket doors between the front & rear Parlors that had been wood grained to look like oak even though they were really pine ., Living Rooms Design

    Victorian-style Parlo...

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