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Results found for "kitchen remodel"

  • Bungalow Transformation, We took this tired bungalow and lit it up! Check out the before and afters. , Other Spaces Design

    Bungalow Transformat...

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  • Outdoor Oasis, The guesthouse and outdoor living areas were designed, and constructed, years after the main house was built.  The engagement of their daughter prompted this addition as they wanted to host her wedding reception at their country home.  An absolute must with this project was to seamlessly coordinate the new addition with the main structure.  The new structure was to include an outdoor kitchen, ample seating for a large number of guests, a 2BR/3BA guesthouse, an indoor kitchen and large great room.  To complete this country oasis, a pool, hot-tub, and water feature, were part of the overall landscaping plan that equaled the beautiful natural surroundings of the home.  

Not only does the new structure match the existing home, it accentuates and enhances the overall quality of living.  The outdoor kitchen, fireplace and adequate seating areas ensure the space functions as intended.  The well planned outdoor kitchen complete with gas rotisserie grill, smoker, secondary gas burner, ample storage, and refrigerator is perfect for preparing family meals or hosting parties.  

The pergola and outdoor dining table give one the sense of being in Italy. The sound of falling water down the rock wall water-feature, the glow of candlelight, and perfectly placed outdoor focal lighting all add to the ambiance. 

The wood-burning fireplace sets a tone of relaxation and is frequently a gathering place for family and friends to enjoy.  Attentions to detail, including mosquito misters, ample electrical outlets, plentiful storage, and easy-wear, easy-care materials make this dream backyard as comfortable as it is carefree. 
, Other Spaces Design

    Outdoor Oasis

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  • Sp# 124 You wont believe this mobile home, This was a dark, old mobile home from 1978. I did a complete home renovation. I had already upgraded it once was not happy, so I did it again and then I was happy. Someone asked me to prove this is a mobile so I gave you before and during pics....This was another time consuming renovation, but it was well worth it., Other Spaces Design

    Sp# 124 You wont beli...

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  • Our home in Puerto Rico, Our home after we painted installed garage doors and moulding and landscaped., Home Exterior Design

    Our home in Puerto Ri...

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  • "Walkin' On the Wild Side!"-Christmas (More traditional, full holiday home tour is available under my spaces.), This my "wild" fun family room! It's Christmas-with a lively safari twist. Christmas doesn't always have to be traditional or just red and green! I thoroughly enjoyed handcrafting the unique decor. Come take a walk on the wild side...The rest of my Christmas home tour (more elegant traditional) is under "Deck the Halls With Wows and Folly"., Holidays Design

    "Walkin' On the Wild...

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  • Vacation at Home, Peacefull place to entertain and hang out, Home Exterior Design

    Vacation at Home

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  • Christmas Reminiscing Home Tour, Looking through the beautiful Christmas posts got me reminiscing about our Christmas last year, so I looked through my photos and decided to post in case someone may find some new inspiration from them for their own home. We had a major flood this year and lost the Christmas tree among many other things. We are still in the process of remodeling, so decorating for Christmas this year just isn't feasible. So, I longingly reminisce and enjoy what you all are doing for the holidays. I hope you enjoy the tour. Merry Christmas and God Bless..., Holidays Design

    Christmas Reminiscin...

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  • one sharp room, Our Living Room/ Kitchen/ Dining Room/ Sun Room is where we live.  It's all one space, all neutral and a mix of modern and traditional., Living Rooms Design

    one sharp room

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  • Hodgepodge to Heavenly, See the "before" picture.  The old and dangerous wrought iron spikes were the first things to go and we think adding the wrought iron on the balcony worked.  The stone face and wall additions helped add some character along with the window and door surrounds.  We hope you agree., Home Exteriors Design

    Hodgepodge to Heavenl...

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  • Modern Loft, 700 sq. feet modern loft in downtown Los Angeles with exposed ceiling and cement slabs.  Still need *some* finishing touches but have every intention of making those finishing touches more personal, so I will take my time in picking those out., Other Spaces Design

    Modern Loft

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  • Philadelphia Loft Living Space, Urban living space in downtown Philadelphia (reposted with extra shots !!)., Living Rooms Design

    Philadelphia Loft Liv...

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  • cozy in the U.P., Great room, Living Rooms Design

    cozy in the U.P.

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  • Retro Kitchen At My Business, This is a newly created space so it's still a work in process. We have refinished all of the original retro items to give them new life. We're still putting the space together but I'll take a quick pic of the pieces how we have them arranged right now. All the pieces were repaired with traditional autobody repair processes and painted with automotive paint processes., Living Rooms Design

    Retro Kitchen At My ...

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  • New Home for My Daughter, I built this home for my daughter on Padre Island.  I also designed the interior and bought all the pieces for the entire house. It is "Island Contemporary Chic with an Organic Twist."  The home has easy maintenance concrete floors with cool island colors, and the lighting is exceptional.  It is easy living - like being on vacation when you come home every day.  What do you think?, Living Rooms Design

    New Home for My Daug...

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  • Victorian Charm in Maine, Our living room is Victorian style in keeping with our home's design. The furniture is all auction and flea market finds that my wife and I TLC'd and re-uhpolstered.  Most of the accent pieces and art were also auction flea market and antique store finds. My wife Mary Anne has an amazing eye for style design and color. And if it's on an old home I can make it look pretty again. Mary Anne points and says "fix it" and off I go!, Living Rooms Design

    Victorian Charm in M...

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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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  • Hearth Room, We added this room onto our home (before it was a small breakfast nook) the stone fireplace adds warmth to the room.  I chose black reds greens and golds as the color palette.  The fabric is a black background w/flowers and the chairs are black/cream check.  We spend most of our time in this room because it's right off the kitchen., Living Rooms Design

    Hearth Room

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  • Our Casual Open Dining Room, Our dining room is one of the first spaces you see when you open the front door.  Part of an open floor plan that has a combined entry, formal living area and dining room, we made what some may view as an odd choice to close off an archway into the kitchen on the left side of the rear wall.  We chose to do so for space planning and traffic flow purposes. The room itself is on the small side - really only 10 x 10 within the columns and can't comfortably accommodate an antique buffet or hutch as I hoped. So we wanted people to feel like they could walk around and sit within the entire space and not feel like they were in the line of traffic flow.  We used mirrors (Ballard Designs) and preserved boxwood topiaries (Mills Floral)  to decorate and reflect light. Our chandelier was a $100 antique mall find that just needed a coat of white paint. The table was a steal of craig's list at just $150. It needed to be stripped and re-finished but it was well worth it!  You can see a peek of our kitchen nook (part of another open concept kitchen and family room area) and a pair of french doors to the central courtyard.  We find this space with our slip covered chairs (which my mom covered) and antique flea market pieces highly functional and versatile for evenings in with friends no matter the season. Nothing is too precious to use; with washable linen and a waxed table top, I no longer find myself a slave to furniture polish or the dry cleaners!, Dining Rooms Design

    Our Casual Open Dinin...

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