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Results found for "kitchen remodel"

  • A Romantic Vintage Valentine, I was asked to do some romantic decorating tips for the local news station and here are a few of the ideas I used in my old farmhouse.

Blogged:, Holidays Design

    A Romantic Vintage V...

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  • Our First Home: Breakfast Nook Makeover, We have no formal dining room in our first home, so we tried to create a space that works for every meal.  , Dining Rooms Design

    Our First Home: Brea...

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  • Kitchen Christmas Tree, My kitchen tree with Mark Roberts Elves and Fairies.  Lots of gingerbread, food, cupcakes, and fun things to eat. , Holidays Design

    Kitchen Christmas Tr...

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  • "Welcome to My WILD Dinner Party!" (Goes with my "Walkin' on the Wild Side!")-Christmas posting, I'm planning a small dinner party for my "wild" friends so I thought I might need some "wild" place settings that would look nice in my "wild' family room! My whole home tour which is far more traditional elegant ("Deck the Halls with Wows and Folly") can be found in my spaces. My home obviously speaks to both sides of my kooky personailty!!, Holidays Design

    "Welcome to My WIL...

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  • Studio - Tiny Space, Big Ideas (Before and After), This 483 square foot condo was a complete renovation and was a 100% DIY.  Being a studio, space was obviously an issue.  By using versatile furniture selections and coming up with sneaky storage solutions we were able to come up with a space that is both comfortable and inviting.

This was my first and only flip I've done since graduating with a degree in interior design.  I plan on getting into the flipping business when the market turns back around.  


Sorry I haven't updated this post in a while.  I noticed a couple users comment asking for updated contact information.  If you're looking to get in touch with me please check out my website: 


UPDATE:  Questions answered below!

Cabinets/Molding - RL Paint - Trophy: #WW35 Main   
Green Wall - Behr - Toasted Walnut: #720D-6   
Accent Dark (Green/Gray) - Benjamin Moore - Stampede: #979    
Bathroom - RL Paint - Mexican Feather Grass: #NA69  

Curtains - Ikea (Army Green/Brown, cotton with grommets)

Flooring - DuPont (Walnut) - Home Depot

Kitchen Table - Vintage Danish (c. 1965), Living Rooms Design

    Studio - Tiny Space, ...

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  • Deck them halls, ya'll! - Part 1, Decorating for Christmas means so much in our family. Our home becomes a living scrapbook of our 32 plus years of marriage many of which were lived overseas. From the German wax angel from one of our Kristkindle Markt visits to the ceramic angel on the tree given to me by my parents when I was six almost every piece has a history. So welcome to my English country Christmas in Texas!, Living Rooms Design

    Deck them halls, ya'll...

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  • Creating a Beach home in the mountains of West Virginia PT 2, Everything is pretty much from Ikea and moved from our home in Illinois since we are now residing here and trying to finish remodeling on a limited budget. , Living Rooms Design

    Creating a Beach home...

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  • My new kitchen, We gutted the entire first floor, removed some walls to create a open concept., Kitchens Design

    My new kitchen

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  • A Happy Ending! B & A Tour, This home was in dire need of some help before putting it on the market. Too much furniture, clutter, and lack of style, would have surely had buyers running, plus you can't imagine the cat hair! It really didn't take much to make this home more appealing. It can sometimes be challenging to have to work with what the sellers already have, unlike my previous post of a vacant home, but there are always ways to make a positive improvement with what you already own. I share these photos to help those of you who may be selling your home or those of you who just want to be able to view your own home from a redesign stand point. You'll see that while some furnishings brought in out of necessity, much of this home's content was already there-we played a lot of musical furniture! By rearranging much of what they already had, and eliminating some of the furnishings, it made a world of difference. The back sunroom area was an eyesore before, filled with junk, it became the selling feature, and now the homeowners favorite place to hang out. When you live in sunny San Diego you can have a great space like this to virtually enjoy year round and put real furniture in it-we just used pieces they had in other areas of the house. We are all thrilled to say it sold in two days and it even make it to the open house. So if you're selling, a little staging goes a long way, and for everyday living it helps to see potential in the things you already own. Go forth and redesign! Le t me know if you need any help with your spaces-time permitting, I'm always happy to help!
, Living Rooms Design

    A Happy Ending! B & A...

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  • UPDATE: A "new direction" with a Board and Batten Family Room , We just finished giving our family room a much needed makeover! The style - Board and Batten. It was a lot of work, we did all of it ourselves, but completely worth it! This room went from a space that I did not like to be in that felt disjointed from the rest of the house, to a space that I could easily spend all day in! I added cardinal points onto our ceiling for a new look! The room now has a slightly nautical feel that we love!

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 , Living Rooms Design

    UPDATE: A "new dire...

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  • It's a Grand Old World, This is the center of our home.  We have updated the cabinets to match the same ones in the kitchen.  We had a custom stone fireplace mantal brought in.  This room is open to our kitchen, the foyer, hallway, sunroom/dining room so we kept it very simple and open since it is viewed from all over.  , Living Rooms Design

    It's a Grand Old Wor...

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  • Modern Urban Waterfront, We bought into a 60's coop building on DC's southwest waterfront.  It was in pretty bad shape, but the views to the water convinced us it was worth trying to turn around., Living Rooms Design

    Modern Urban Waterfr...

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  • My kitchen renovation, We're in the process of renovating our kitchen from dark and dreary to light, bright, and happy.  For more pictures from this project stop by my blog, Kitchens  Design

    My kitchen renovation

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  • Tiny Firehouse Condo, I live in a restored firehouse in Boston.  My space is 300sqft!!  I hope you like my space saving place and I would love ideas how to make more space.  The firehouse  was restored in 2000 and there are 13 units in it.  All the spaces are under 500sqft.  Mine is one of the smallest and it is a one bedroom.  , Home Offices Design

    Tiny Firehouse Condo

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  • My first home on my own..., Pictures of my "den" and living room space.The den is very small and cozy with a deep yellow red and black color sceme. The couch in the den is french country style. I just fell in love with it from Haverty's.  The living room space is a place to have quest. It is informal with cranberry red couch chair and ottoman. The black shelves are from  Ballard design. I am trying to pick out fabric for curtains. I have put laminate wood floors throughout the ground floor in a rich honey oak. , Living Rooms Design

    My first home on my o...

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  • The $200.00 kitchen dining area., I created this dining room off my kitchen for a total of $200.00. This includes everything you see in the room except the 3 framed pictures which were a gift from my father. I purchase most items from the Salvation Army and Habitat for humanity thrift stores. The fake fireplace was purchased for 18.00, painted white and a mirror installed in the back. The kitchen table was purchased as it is for 23.00. I did not have to do anything to it as it is old and looks naturally distressed. The chairs were purchased for 15.00 each and painted white, then recovered. , Dining Rooms Design

    The $200.00 kitchen di...

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  • Restoring Life to a Hard-Wearing Family Room, A mother of 3 boys wants to restore life to her hard-wearing living room...solution: funky patterns, a durable washable slipcover and a mix of textures.
, Living Rooms Design

    Restoring Life to a H...

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  • New Changes to my Family Room, Fireplace was once natural brick with a big hunk of "rustic" wood for a mantel.  My husband is a contractor, and built this new mantel.  I set the travertine tile, and painted the brick in Ben Moore "Spanish Brown"  The fireplace is quite dramatic in person, and nothing else in the room comes close as a focal point. The woods are all the same dark reddish, Mission oak finish. The walls are Ben Moore "Bradstreet Beige"., Living Rooms Design

    New Changes to my Fa...

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