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  • Room For a Crowd: Silver, Grey & Gold, Large 15' x 18' living room with vaulted ceiling, traditional fireplace and plantation shutters.  Tons of seating provided by matching sofas and comfy brown leather arm chairs - one with a fun circle print ottoman.  Lots of shine and "sparkle" added by large venetian beaded mirror, capiz drum tables, matching crystal base lamps, crystal obelisks, murano glass pieces, and a glass top coffee table.  Loads of fun storage in the silver bar chest and silver sideboard/credenza.  The dark pewter of the sofas, grey flannel lampshades, a rolled steel console table, black granite tiered end tables, grey demi-lune table with brown wood top and a traditional persian style rug keep the room from being too "frou-frou".  Fresh modern art adds a contemporary touch. , Living Rooms Design

    Room For a Crowd: Si...

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  • THRIFTED CHIC, THIS IS PART II FROM MY "FIRST TIME DESIGN" POST: My friend had requested a clean space to come home to - so I suggested a hotel look.  Maintained was the existing wall color, sofa & ceiling light fixtures. Anything else could be changed. Without even realizing it - many of the prints I selected are similar to her wardrobe. She LOVES seashells, the ocean and flowers - but I didn't want to make the space 'themed' in it. Her fave store is Bombay Company - so three existing tables  have been used and are being updated. The P1 pedestal dining table was the 1st new addition to the space. Window panels & hardware were delayed from being on backorder.

This is called "thrifted" becuase I did some thrift shopping for tables to save expenses on the budget. I sanded and refinished: a $5 side table, a $35 side table, a $50 coffee table and an round coffee table [at only $40] but that part of the space is still in progress [I'm refinishing another thrifted piece for it - a $30 buffet for storage]. Sorry if some of the pics are a little dark - they were shot at night with my camera phone.

Thanks for taking the time to view this space. You can read more about the design process and refinishing the furniture on my blog at, Living Rooms Design


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  • Amazing Transformation in NC, I still can't believe this is the same kitchen....out with the dark and in with the light!!!  Haven't decorated yet....will post more pics once that takes place!  The cabinets were built by C&F Custom cabinets in Hope Mills NC...they are painted Off White with a Norris Brown glaze and the island is painted black and lightly distressed. The granite is called Kalahari and the backsplash is Travertino Brick(184996) by Dune.  , Kitchens Design

    Amazing Transformati...

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  • Happy Shiny Holidays!,

I decided to go with a shiny, metallic, theme for my Living Room decorating this year. I'm loving how all the gold, silver and bronzes add so much shine and sparkle to the season! Merry Christmas!, Holidays Design

    Happy Shiny Holidays!

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  • Large Room....Small Budget, When we bought our house I fell in love with the size and set up of the kitchen.  It was VERY outdated.  The tile floor looked like what you find in a fastfood restaurant bathroom.  The cabinets were very dark and the island didn't match.  We kept the rustic cedar beams and door but otherwise completely gutted it and shopped very wisely since it is a 21'X14' kitchen.  We managed to get a good deal on APC (all plywood construction) cabinets and got a rebate that we used to pay for our granite countertops.  I love having the large island where we can eat as a family or my kids can do their homework.  I also really like having a desk in the kitchen with my computer so that I can electronically store all of my recipes.  I second guessed all of my choices but in the end I am very excited with the outcome and love spending time in the kitchen!
, Kitchens Design

    Large Room....Small ...

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  • Familyroom/greatroom style, Our familyroom/Kitchen combination is the place where our family hangs out the most.  The color theme is a wheat gold for the walls, slipcovered matelasse in off-white on the furniture with reds and blacks as accent colors., Living Rooms Design


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  • Gold to White Transformation -, I like the gold, but decided to change everything white. I think the white looks so much better.. what do you think?
 Thanks for your imput!, Living Rooms Design

    Gold to White Transfo...

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  • Fit For A Princess, Created a baby nursery for our new baby girl, Ava, that she could grow with. I started with a color scheme of creams, with a touch of soft pink and gold. The space evolved into a mixture of inspiration from victorian, shabby chic, and even glam design. It is my first time sharing, but I felt compelled to do so since RMS was such as inspiration for me. Thank you all for sharing your spaces., Nurseries Design

    Fit For A Princess

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  • Decorate with Starch, This was a typical 80's bathroom, with gold formica top, gold and brown vinyl, 
and builder grade old vanity.   I redecorated it for under $700, including replacing the vanity, sink and faucet., Bathrooms Design

    Decorate with Starch

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  • Cashmere Gold and then Some..., Consider me a RMS virgin and please be gentle as this is my first time to post...  ;-)  This is our very cozy french-ish kitchen.  I was going for warm and snuggly.   We love it but always open to suggestions!  Thanks for stopping by!!, Kitchens Design

    Cashmere Gold and the...

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  • Powder Bath , Using natural stone of different sizes, the pinwheel pattern on this floor shows off the small space!, Bathrooms Design

    Powder Bath

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  • Traditional Living Room with Soothing Earth Tones and Lots of Art, This is the formal living room. I have chosen soothing, earth tones to complement the richness of the dark wood and marble tops. To break the monotony, a little bit of red was introduced as an accent color. I painted an Abstract to go over the console table. My client loved the way it turned out, with lots of movement and vibrant colors., Living Rooms Design

    Traditional Living Ro...

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  • shop girl, here is my renovated Kitchen. with maple 42 inch cabinets fantasy gold granite.  all accessories are from home goods except for the lighting and chairs.  i love my kitchen. especially my viking stove..., Kitchens Design

    shop girl

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  • Fun Sweet Modern Girly Nursery, The paint colors: Green is Behr Corn Husk Green, and Pink is Olympic Lauren's Lullaby.  I love the Olympic brand paint because it's super low voc and has no smell!  The bedding is MiGi Blossom and I got it from, they have it a few places, but they seem to have the best prices there. The artwork:  I just painted three artists canvas' and then pulled the head of an artificial peony off(you could use any flower really) Then i poked a small hole through the canvas for the base of the flower to poke through and glued the flower head down.  I made the stems with hemp to keep with the 3d look, and the leaves are actually from the wall decals that I got at (markjamesdesign).  I drew the birdies on scrapbook paper and cut them out, that's it!!  simple, super cheap and fun!, Nurseries 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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  • Over the Top Master bathroom for my Over the top Client. Spa retreat!!! , This transformation is quiet dynamic., Bathrooms Design

    Over the Top Master b...

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  • *Silver & Gold Xmas*, Sine there is red in the room through out the year and I do a different color every year. I decided to take ot the red and do something a little different. this is what I came up with., Holidays Design

    *Silver & Gold Xmas*

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