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Results found for "kitchen remodel"

  • English Country, I've tried to continue the color scheme throughout the main floor of our home. Enjoy!, Living Rooms Design

    English Country

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  • MY AMAZING HUSBAND - THE EXTERIOR, I had an 1100 sq ft colonial over 100 years old.  Blended family resulted in three girls in one small bedroom so hubby decided to expand "a little".  , Home Exteriors Design

    MY AMAZING HUSB...

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  • Drab to Fab!, This Living Room Renovation went from Drab to Fab! From the Rich Beautiful new Wood Flooring to the sleek new Entertainment Build-Out, this Room is a Winner!, Living Rooms Design

    Drab to Fab!

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  • A Low Impact WoodLand Home., You are looking at pictures of a house Mr. Simondale built for his family in Wales. It was built by himself and his  father in law with help from passers by and visiting friends. 4 months after starting they were moved in and cosy. He estimated 1000-1500 man hours and £3000 put in to this point. Not really so much in house buying terms (roughly £60/sq m excluding labour).

The house was built with maximum regard for the environment and by reciprocation gives us a unique opportunity to live close to nature. Being your own (have a go) architect is a lot of fun and allows you to create and enjoy something which is part of yourself and the land rather than, at worst, a mass produced box designed for maximum profit and convenience of the construction industry. Building from natural materials does away with producers profits and the cocktail of carcinogenic poisons that fill most modern buildings.

For more info please visit this site http://simondale.net/house/index.htm ., Other Spaces Design

    A Low Impact WoodLa...

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  • Since we have joined RMS - this HOUSE has been sold!!!, thank you everybody for your great comments and suggestions. you were all very helpful. , Home Exterior Design

    Since we have joined ...

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  • Beach cottage living room, This is the living room and kitchen of a small beach house. The room is about 15 x 35.  It was a 1920's house we took down to the studs and started over. We did it all ourselves., Living Rooms Design

    Beach cottage living r...

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  • Starting from scratch beach house great room remodel-Before and After, This is the upstairs from the beach house remodel that were posted on some of my other rooms. This whole space was completely repurposed to accomodate the star of the show-the ocean view! It serves as a family/great room dining/gaming space bedroom and bar., Living Rooms Design

    Starting from scratch ...

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  • Finished basement with kitchen and home theatre., This is my finished basement.  I designed it from cement floors and walls to the completed project (almost complete)!  I have used faux finishing techniques all throughout and have done most of the finish work myself including the doors and trim.  I used only water-based stains paints and faux finishing products-all low VOC and environmentally friendly!, Living Rooms Design

    Finished basement wit...

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  • Going Green, I wanted to do something bright. It all started with the painting over the sofa and added everything else after., Living Rooms Design

    Going Green

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  • Castle classic- new exterior remodel, We needed parking so decided to do the whole front over including landscaping.  We choose Danish Jumbo bricks for the first two levels of exterior and picked black mortar. Simple fencing on the porch and outdoor tile allowed the brick and of course the mahogany  door to remain the focal points. Third floor level is stucco and we added high hat lighting into the soffet. We love it and everyone that passes says it is the nicest on the block. Located in Brooklyn New York, Home Exterior Design

    Castle classic- new ex...

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  • $5k-Entire Home Redesign-B&A’s, Well, the whole house redesigned for $5,000 isn't actually true-it was actually only $4,500! Some rearranging, decluttering, and purchasing a few things really made for a dramatic difference with very little money., Living Spaces Design

    $5k-Entire Home Rede...

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  • small living room that takes you to France!, i have this little tiney room with a large window facing a back yard with a tall brick wall. I started with towal wall paper and made matching drapery and bench with a lot of color. I also put an antique arm chair with a tall square table in front of the chair so we can play cards or have breakfast on weekend. Meanwhile, I decided to give a face lift to the lonley back yard! I add a wall fountain and started a fast growing wild green that you can see is now covering the entire brick wall. i also used a few large flower pots for begonvilia and also potato vines for color contrast. This little room is now the best seat in the house., Living Rooms Design

    small living room that...

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  • Dramatic Black in the Kitchen-before and after, When we bought this house the kitchen had white walls shiny white tile floors and backsplash green laminate countertops and cherry stained cabinets that had seen better days.  It was also closed off from the adjacent family room.  We opened up the wall between the two rooms  replaced the tile with hardwood enlarged the island replaced the laminate with granite and painted and distressed the cabinets  added bead board and a home office. 
see more at http://mydesigndump.blogspot.com/, Kitchens Design

    Dramatic Black in the...

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  • Lakeside Outdoor Kitchen, Built on a 700 sq. ft. patio, this Outdoor Living Space was made to entertain. Two bar and grill islands fully equipped with a refrigerator, gas grill, deep fryers, Big Green Egg Smoker and more make this space a fully-functional kitchen. A wood-burning stone fireplace with built-in wood storage is the centerpiece of the room, providing the heat and atmosphere to extend the party into the evening. The solid-cedar pergola not only helps to define the space, but also gives you just the right amount of shade on those warm summer days. , Patios & Decks Design

    Lakeside Outdoor Kitc...

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  • Our Great Room, This room is where we live.  We built our all-but-new home using the foundation and floor framing from the last duplex on our inner suburban street.  This "3-way" space combines our Kitchen, Dining and Living Rooms allowing us to see our street and front yard as well as connecting to a side garden and providing open entertaining space., Living Rooms Design

    Our Great Room

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  • Open Living / Dining Room, Open floor plan kitchen, dining, living room space, Living Rooms Design

    Open Living / Dining ...

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  • Remodel done!!!, When ever we entertain, it is all done in our kitchen.  We usually have 30 to 40 people at a time and we need to utilize every spare inch of the kitchen.  We would like to do a total remodel of the kitchen for a budget of $40,000. to $50,000. and this must include everything., Kitchens Design

    Remodel done!!!

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  • 2013 Christmas Elegance (Part 3), Come on in - Merry Christmas!, Holidays Design

    2013 Christmas Elegan...

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