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  • Open Space City Rowhouse Kitchen/Great Room, Contemporary/Arts and Crafts Kitchen/Great Room in cherry wood, black and cobalt blue. Features include cherry hardwood floors and cabinetry, honed black granite countertops, cobalt blue glass backsplash, separate refrigerator and freezer, wall and under counter ovens and 4 burner cook top with grill. The eating bar is a 2 inch thick cherry tree slab attached to welded supports to give a floating illusion. Artwork abounds this open space as it adjoins the living and dining areas, Kitchens Design

    Open Space City Rowh...

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  • Roman/Deco Master Bath, This Master Bath has been remodeled in the Roman/Deco style., Bathrooms Design

    Roman/Deco Master Ba...

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  • Dressed to Entertain, I re-painted the dining room in 06 This is one of our favorite rooms in the house. I still haven't decided what to do with the wood work. , Dining Rooms Design

    Dressed to Entertain

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  • Now I can breath in my kitchen, The old kitchen in the 1962 rambler was so small I had to open the oven door from the side.  There was only about 27" between the two small countertops and everytime I went into the kitchen I got claustophic.  We knocked down all the walls between the kitchen, dining room and family room and now we have a bright open space that can handle lots of family and friends.   Best of all my husband and I did the whole remodel ourselves. , Kitchens Design

    Now I can breath in m...

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  • Facelift for the Kitchen, Well I designed this with the 2X3 piece of marble my customer gave me in Naperville IL. the modern flat black granite was not working in this traditional setting. Then the builder thought it would be ok to put a contrasting gold island top to set it all off.  , Kitchens Design

    Facelift for the Kitch...

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  • What A Dramatic Difference. . . Right? (Befores and Afters), Space Description: Originally my Grandparents 1970's "Vacant" home, I, a single 23 year old guy, bought my house in 2008 and it was a dump in need of a serious remodel.  Though the projects never seem to be completly over, I demolished the entire interior of the house and things have turned out amazing.  The most significant change made in the kitchen was removing the wall between the living room and kitchen.  This allows there to be one large open concept space rather then 2 separate rooms. 

Featuring Select 6x24 Veincut Travertine on the floor and a Classic Splitface Mosaic, uniquely found at Old World Stone Imports, people that come in the kitchen can't help but awe.  The Counters are Blue Pearl Granite with a chiseled edge to tie in with the the rustic 3D Backsplash.  A simple but beautiful trick that I have learned, when it comes to windows in the kitchen, is to simply frame them in Travertine moldings, in this case the Classic Alpha.  This allows the window to appear almost as an ever changing picture.  

I had custom Cabinets created so that they were designed exactly as I wanted them to be done.  The main stain that I picked is also the stain used throughout the entire house on all of the moldings.  This allows a simple accent that flows and creates uniformity throughout the entire house.  On the island I chose to do a simple black wash to create a unique feature different from the rest of the kitchen as an accent.

After removing the horrible wallpaper I chose a simple yet traditional beige paint color.  Once again this paint color can be found throughout the majority of the house.  What do you think of me painting the Main Kitchen walls a classic Country Golden yellow? Though the deck door is not perfect I changed it from its 1970's green to a much more modern simple white doorway just by using some paint.

If you like any of the products show visit my works website and I would be glad to help you create the kitchen of your dreams.  www.OldWorldStoneImports.com, Kitchens Design

    What A Dramatic Diff...

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  • Spa like on a small budget, from old and plain for 1,600, Spa like on a small budget, from old and plain.  My son and daughter in law recently bought a new home.  They asked me to redo their bathroom.  They wanted shades of brown and that is what they got.  It was a good size bathroom but it had a lot of wasted space.  I gutted the room and while doing so I found an open space beside the tub in which I added a wonderful built in storage space.  The tub was taken out and replaced with a shower.  The counter site was moved to the side wall and doubled in size.  The cabinets have tilt outs and the silent close feature. The cabinet on the right has a laundry shoot to the laundry room below.  The cabinets and granite counter top were a wonderful find for their budget.  They could have easily spent most of their budget on just the cabinet and counter top.  The counter top is St. Cecilia with a beautiful edge and under mount sink.  Everything in the bathroom is new and it was all done for $ 1,600.00.  I love shopping for bargains.  It really pays to shop around when doing a remodel.  
, Bathrooms Design

    Spa like on a small bu...

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  • Contemporary Kitchen, Kitchen remodeled by: Kitchen Design Concepts- Dallas, TX, Kitchens Design

    Contemporary Kitchen

    15 photos, 1,157 Views, Flag

  • Pruett Ranch Kitchen, We completely removed everything from the old kitchen down to the drywall and replaced it with solid maple cabinets, oil rubbed bronze knobs and pulls, stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, new granite countertops, new travertine and glass tile backsplash, and new pendant, task and can lighting. , Kitchens        Design

    Pruett Ranch Kitchen

    18 photos, 8,201 Views, Flag

  • Moroccan Accent Bath, The highlight of this bathroom are the two antique Moroccan doors that were affixed to a new custom cabinet. The doors were mounted with loose pin finial hinges. The backsplash consists of gray tile that extends to the back wall and contrasts well with the brighter accent hues of the Moroccan doors.

In this project it was important for the finish of the hardware to contrast well with the antique mirror. The hardware is clean, geometric, contemporary; the mirror frame ornate and looks like it came from another era entirely.

When demo-ing for the project it was discovered that the existing second story was inadequately framed in a previous remodel. In order to support the addition we had to put in new floor trusses to support the existing framing. We also had to add new laminated veneer lumber to support the roof framing. 

In order to install the new trusses we had to remove the interior subfloor to expose the framing. We then cut a 14ft hole through the front exterior roof (under the dormer) to expose existing ceiling joists so that we could install new TJI’s to support the load of the second floor framing. They were then sistered to the existing joists, which enabled us to take out the sag in the downstairs ceiling. We also had to redo all the upstairs plumbing because of the new design. All the new drains had to run perpendicular to the joists by drilling passages through the joists so they met the main drain. The result is a beautiful bathroom set in blues with very effective visual counterpoints that are also essential to the proper function of the room. 

Photos by Tommy Kile, Bathrooms Design

    Moroccan Accent Bath

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  • Patio Update, Fence addition with stained glass top.
For More of my stained glass creations go to kardinal glass.com , Patios & Decks Design

    Patio Update

    10 photos, 1,259 Views, Flag

  • Just in time for the Holidays!, Remodeling Project on a reasonable budget that breaths life into an older kitchen., Kitchens Design

    Just in time for the H...

    10 photos, 1,406 Views, Flag

  • Fun Guest Bathroom, My first attempt at installing a granite countertop and granite vessel sink.  This project was so much fun.  I'm very please with my shower curtain I purchased 2 and cut the border off  one and sewed it on the other to add lenght. I used the leftover paint from my kitchen in this space and it was just enough.  I've not decided if I'm going to tile the floor or not.  Still working on the artwork for the walls., Bathrooms Design

    Fun Guest Bathroom

    7 photos, 1,899 Views, Flag

  • The look for a lot less-before & after, transitional kitchen style.  i spent a lot of time pricing and revising plan to achieve a custom kitchen look without the price tag.  because i love to cook but hate to clean, function was just as important as aesthetics.  behind pocket door (left of ovens) is my pantry with custom looking cabinets and wood countertops (home depot unfinished cabinets w/ trim molding added and salvaged wood countertops) w/ built-in microwave and prep sink. (photos to come- need to paint cabs), Kitchens Design

    The look for a lot les...

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  • Kitchen Renovation (part of whole house reno), Kitchen previously had tile counters, and missing appliances (was foreclosed home). We replaced all countertops, added glass tile backsplash and extended bar counter another 6 inches. Butler pantry matches kitchen countertops and backsplash. New flooring continued into kitchen with 20" ceramic tile with 4" granite inserts and 4" baseboards. , Kitchens Design

    Kitchen Renovation (p...

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  • Small Bathroom - Beautiful and blue from - 1970's ugly and worn out. , This bathroom desperately needed help.  The bathroom is in a 70's house and is very small.  The tile job is bad and the vanity is too large for the space.  The tile has plastic wood trim and lots of caulk around it which makes me think that the tile job may be much worse than it looks on the surface.  I am going to find out what lies beneath. 

I striped most of the walls down to the studs and started installing my new blue bathroom.  The mosaic tile took a while to put together.  After that everything went up fairly easy.  Replaced the vanity, counter, toilet, medicine cabinet adding trim around and to the ceiling.  I added storage shelves recessed in the wall with trim to the ceiling to match the medicine cabinet and vanity, which I had added decorative wood to the door and drawers. The only thing that was not replaced was the tub which we had refinished to match the toilet and sink.  The piece of granite for the counter was actually given to me as a 36 X36 at a granite fabricator.  The man thought I would not be able to do anything with it (He was so wrong) and I thank him very much for my granite counter top.  I cut it to fit the vanity, did the rock finish edging, and cut the hole for the sink in just over an hour.  I had a budget of $900.00 for the bathroom.  Doing all of the work myself with the exception of refinishing the tub I spent $846.98 to totally redo this hall bathroom.  Could not have done it at all if I had to pay for demo and all of the instillations of medicine cabinet, counter, tile floor and shower, mosaic, built-ins, vanity, sink, toilet, faucets,  Just the custom mosaic would have taken my budget.
, Bathrooms Design

    Small Bathroom - Bea...

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  • My Big Kitchen Renovation Jan. 2011, Finally got rid of the kitchen I never liked to a kitchen I love.  Guilty pleasure...the foot kick in the island for my central vac.  No more bending over with a dustbin.  Please share your comments.  Brutal honesty is appreciated., Kitchens Design

    My Big Kitchen Renov...

    13 photos, 6,391 Views, Flag

  • My Penny Backsplash, Inspired by penny floors from "Living Off the Grid" on Facebook, this is my approximately 6000 pennies worth of kitchen backsplash I installed July 5-7, 2012. , Kitchens Design

    My Penny Backsplash

    10 photos, 34,966 Views, Flag

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