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Results found for "maroon walls"

  • The Fish Bowl, The Fintastic Fishbowl in Odessa, Tx 
Special Concrete Overlay Faux Flagstone  , Other Spaces Design

    The Fish Bowl

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  • Rustic Red 1865, This is the living room of our Historic Old Stone home in Camp Verde built in 1865. Everything is original from the wood floors to the exposed stone wall on both sides of the fireplace which I built from a wood burning metal insert and double walled pipe connected to the original stone chimneywhich I bought at a garage sale for $50 and used a few studs,cement fireboard and sheetrock to make a very inexpensive and nice looking fireplace that was added in lieu of the old Pot belly stove that didn't do the job of warming  up the house nor adding ambiance. This is my favorite room where we relax on our old leather couch with a good fire going a book and my roudy Airedale Scarlett., Living Rooms Design

    Rustic Red 1865

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  • Old Church to Home Conversion, This former Church has been converted in to a comfortable home. The former sanctuary is now the living room, dining room, and kitchen., Living Rooms Design

    Old Church to Home C...

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  • Christmas 2008, Living room in a 1921 prairie home located in a Historic District of Pontiac Michigan.Finally restored!  The rest of the house next.  Painted walls from white to creamy gold.  Added wood walnut blinds resurfaced painted brick fireplace to stucco and Motawi Tiles., Living Rooms Design

    Christmas 2008

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  • I finally Faux glazed my kitchen .....after pics, I glazed my kitchen walls.  I couldn't believe the huge difference it made.  warmed it up so much.  I'm still planning to paint a decorative trim around the ceilling embelleshments. I will update when finished.  I know some of you will like the befor pics better.  But I loved the glazing.  :0), Kitchens Design

    I finally Faux glazed ...

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  • Simply cool liquid!, A round everyday! Inspired by the arched windows, I put a round table in this sunny room to make this previous small den into a grand breakfast room. I love to repurpose rooms for the way we really live, and we often move tables into rooms that otherwise are not used. Also, if your looking for a fun and easy center piece, we filled a tall vase with water and filled with tiny crab apples or white pumpkins to add something interesting to look at. The water magnifies them. At the time we did not have a chandelier installed yet and because of lots of guest we we added tables in non dining rooms so we needed something for height to fill up the space above the table. , Kitchens Design

    Simply cool liquid!

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  • Eclectic African Inspired Kitchen , The kitchen in our apartment is narrow with limited counter space. It also has a small breakfast nook near the window. , Kitchens Design

    Eclectic African Insp...

    11 photos, 4,084 Views, Flag

  • How to Conceal a Breaker Box in Laundry Room, I hate the breaker box in my laundry room so I decided to paint a bird house to conceal it., Kitchens Design

    How to Conceal a Brea...

    6 photos, 6,110 Views, Flag

  • No More Red Walls!, This room makeover was more about taking things away rather than adding them. The red walls were painted, new curtains were made and accessories were removed.  The room is lighter, brighter and just all around more representative of the current decor in my house, Living Rooms Design

    No More Red Walls!

    5 photos, 3,105 Views, Flag

  • Internet Kitchen, My husband and I planned, designed, and redesigned this kitchen for 2 years; using ideas from and other sites, visiting home shows, and clipping magazine photos.  We built some life-sized cardboard counters and a breakfast bar to see if the flow would work.  Most of the kitchen was ordered through the Internet; custom solid wood cherry cabinets, refrigerator, range, sink, faucet, and cabinet knobs.   I researched and found the best prices online.  This saved a lot of money.  My husband did most of the work;  removing a wall and sliding patio door, replacing 2 windows,  installing radiant heat, tiling the floor and backsplash, installing cabinets, installing sink, faucet, refrigerator and dishwasher, spackling and painting the walls. (I helped a little with some of this…really.) We hired an electrician and a finish carpenter to install the crown molding. The granite counter was installed by professionals, but we did visit the warehouse to pick out the exact pieces of granite.   We also supervised the template positioning to highlight the unique features that were in the granite.  We put a lot of ourselves into this kitchen, and we LOVE IT!
I would use price comparing sites like nextag, pricegrabber, or google to find the best deals.  Find the product’s model number and paste it into the search box on the sites above.  Be careful to compare prices based on what it will cost to get it to your house (tax and shipping).  Some sites offer free shipping but a higher priced product.  This could still be your best deal.
Cabinets:   (slow but outstanding quality and value)
Faucet: ShowHouse by Moen- Woodmere
Range: RGT-366 DCS 36" Gas Range
Refrigerator:  LG Electronics 20.5 Cu. Ft. Cabinet Depth
Sink: Mystic by Elkay MYSTIC3021BG
, Kitchens Design

    Internet Kitchen

    9 photos, 4,041 Views, Flag

  • The Man Room, This is a masculine cabin like space, with faux fur walls, hunting lodge mural, log furniture and big comfy sectional. It also serves as a TV room., Other Spaces Design

    The Man Room

    3 photos, 733 Views, Flag

  • Storybook Nursery, I just finished my son's nursery.  I wanted something gender neutral, and decided to infuse color through the framed photos of classic childrens books on the walls.  I have a love of reading and hope this nursery will encourage him to love books as well!, Nurseries Design

    Storybook Nursery

    6 photos, 2,311 Views, Flag

  • 600 dollar throw away house II, I bought this house for $600 dollars at a tax sale auction and set out to remodel and redo it with a very small amount of money! It has been redone with free, recycled, repurposed items with paint being the only major expense! I searched all over town and hit curb piles, had friends, neighbors and whoever I could talk into keeping a look out.. watch for discarded items. Soon, people began to bring me things they thought might look good in my house! No area was free from scrounging, including the city compost pile where people dumped amazing treasures!, Kitchens Design

    600 dollar throw away ...

    41 photos, 9,016 Views, Flag

  • Not To Beachy...., Brown accent wall in the Living room.Extra material was purchased from the fabric used to make the pillows to create easy custom made window treatments.Summer decor of Sea shells, Coral and candles add a pop of white for a look thats..not to beachy., Living Rooms Design

    Not To Beachy....

    3 photos, 1,811 Views, Flag

  • Comfy, dark brown and white living room, This room is very comfortable and is used every day.  The vaulted ceiling was given a fresh coat of white paint which looks crisp against the semi-sweet chocolate walls.  Its very comfortable for us.  Below are some of the items in the room.  I'm still adding to this room.  

, Living Rooms Design

    Comfy, dark brown and...

    4 photos, 5,732 Views, Flag

  • Brenna's Place, This is a beautiful and cheery nursery for our daughter, Brenna.  My talented husband painted the stripes on the wall and the furniture was all purchased from Walmart.  Exept for the chair which was ordered from Best.  The bedding is from PoshTots.  , Nurseries Design

    Brenna's Place

    10 photos, 2,896 Views, Flag

  • Rock Star Bathroom on a pipers budget...6,500., I had a small bathroom with a shower in the toilet room. I never used the tub so I yanked it out. I used a 12x24 porcelain on the floor, a 16x16 Honed Travertine on the walls with Marble and Glass accents. The shower is a walk in with no doors to clean. chocolate/copper glass. Hammered copper sinks and rust or oil rubbed bronze on the fixtures and hard ware....and no more sliding glass doors. Best of all: My toilet room is now just a toilet room!, Bathrooms Design

    Rock Star Bathroom on...

    5 photos, 12,105 Views, Flag

  • Easy living, This is my living/dining room. It was an ugly duckling when I first moved in but now it is revamped and a great place to kick back and relax. See more at, Living Rooms Design

    Easy living

    8 photos, 6,698 Views, Flag