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Results found for "mount"

  • PC Media Home Theater, I couldnt find any entertainment centers I liked that were in my price range so I built my own. I also built a PC to rip all my DVDs to., Media Rooms Design

    PC Media Home Theat...

    5 photos, 1,638 Views, Flag

  • Dressy Bathroom, This is the master bath in our new space ,we really enjoy it., Bathrooms Design

    Dressy Bathroom

    5 photos, 1,500 Views, Flag

  • TV wall mount installation in San Antonio, TX, Sony Smart TV mounted on wall with 5.1 Surround sound and PS3. All wires and cables  hidden inside wall., Media Rooms Design

    TV wall mount install...

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  • The Bedroom, this is our new bedroom in our new beautiful space,since we downsized to another place, Bedrooms Design

    The Bedroom

    4 photos, 844 Views, Flag

  • Shelf suggestions to house cable box/DVD player/CDs/DVDs!!! *please no ratings, room is nowhere near finished*, *please see other postings for different views of space* This is an important part of my family room. I need a shelf to house all of my cable box, DVD player, CDs/DVDs & has to be at least 60' wide. Also this wall will need some accessories, any suggestions (links/pics) would be great. Thanks. , Media Rooms Design

    Shelf suggestions to h...

    6 photos, 1,556 Views, Flag

  • Guest room/Meditation room/Craft room, We will be using this spare room for folding laundry, crafts, meditating to a good book, and as a guest bedroom for when guests come.
Still in progress..., Other Spaces Design

    Guest room/Meditatio...

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  • Reinvented Laundry Room, This mom of young twin boys needed a functional laundry and drop off area when entering their home from the garage. The original laundry room did not have a designated drop off zone, which meant everything ended up on the floor. She also wanted a space to fold laundry and store additional home goods. 

To create the new space, the wall between the existing laundry room and an underutilized spare bedroom was removed. A new drop zone made from Alder with a bench and cubbies was built so the boys had a place for their things. New Alder cabinetry in an espresso finish provided additional overhead storage.  A Kohler apron sink with a decorative pendant light allow for easy clean up, while a built in marble folding counter gives easy transition from the washer/dryer units. A backsplash made from 4x8 subway tile, bar tiles and decorative flower tile accent the walls and blends well with the new porcelain tile floor. Next to the drop zone is a new storage/utility closet. Additional features of the room include a wider opening into the area, additional counter space and cabinets, and a door that leads to the back yard.

Now this busy family can enter their home and easily unpack the day in their new laundry area.

Photos by Tommy Kile, Other Spaces Design

    Reinvented Laundry Ro...

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  • Updated Pottery Barn Powder Room, We remodeled this bathroom with a budget of $450. We painted the walls with Seafoam blue, added Pottery Barn hardware and light fixture, and replaced the floors with discount ceramic tile. This bathroom was a challenge given the fact that it is 3 by 5. I am pretty happy the way it came out. The way it was before was pretty gross and I think this is just temporary because I plan on expanding it with the kitchen floorplan remodel., Bathrooms Design

    Updated Pottery Barn ...

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  • Our Dream Master Bathroom, A spa like feel accompanies this bathroom... from the programmable heated floor to the 72" slipper claw foot tub (comfortably fits a man over 6" tall) to the river-rock shower floor.  We purchased custom two-toned fixtures in oil rubbed bronze and copper finish.  We wanted the vanity area to look like a piece of furniture so we made it counter top height, included spindles and ball feet to help us achieve that look.  We also added a shelf into the vanity area and had the side splashes created to pull it all together.  To keep the sink area uncluttered we incorporated wall mount faucets.  The final touch was adding the decorative tile in the middle of the vanity to add some color and break up the granite look (same tile is in the shower area and as wall decorations above the windows).  We added outlets inside the vanities to allow us to hide hairdryers, shavers, electric toothbrushes, etc..  We used a combination of molding designs from the cabinet maker to create a unique mirror frame.  We used an offset pattern of 19 X 19 tiles for the floor and to break up the large floor area as well as to highlight the claw foot tub and we created a tile carpet for it to sit on. The shower is a neo-angle area surrounded by 1/2 inch thick glass and tiled in a 16 x 16 natural stone and includes a bench and a wonderful river-rock floor that soothes your feet as you shower (the shower is large enough to hold 2 adults comfortably). We also included a few hooks between the tub and shower area so that there is a place to hang towels or other items.   All lights fixtures are on dimmer switches ( 3 zones - above the vanity lights, above the tub and the rest) plus the exhaust fan is hidden in one of the recessed lights!  The final items that pull this bathroom  all together are the crown molding, the oversize wood base cove molding, the stool, the cafe shutters that allow light in but allow us to keep our privacy, the full length mirror attached to the back of the bathroom door and the his & hers re-designed California Closets.  I hope you enjoy the pictures as much as we enjoy our bathroom!!, Bathrooms Design

    Our Dream Master Bat...

    18 photos, 2,149 Views, Flag

  • Southern Bohemian, This kitchen, born in the 1940's has quite a history.  It has morphed through decades of styles, but has maintained its period feel. More cabinets were added to replicate the original ones to keep the charm and cut the costs at the same time. Granite counter tops, sleek new faucets, under-mount sinks, a functional kitchen island, a wet bar and loads of storage updates this stuck in the '60's kitchen.  Funky artwork pops with color harmonizing with the sleek elements of the hardware while the chandelier over the island echos to the original chandelier in the living room. This kitchen does not feel or look "done," It feels relaxed and inviting, like it is part of the evolution of the house., Kitchens Design

    Southern Bohemian

    10 photos, 2,321 Views, Flag

  • African Inspired Powder Room, Contempary feel with an African twist. This complete DIY powder room went through two alterations to achieve perfection., Bathrooms Design

    African Inspired Pow...

    5 photos, 2,329 Views, Flag

  • Bathroom, Renovated entire guest bathroom with Travertine Marble and Limestone.Features include a wall mount faucet and recessed shampoo shelf.This was a "DIY" project that took 7 months.Thank you for looking!, Bathrooms Design


    5 photos, 2,667 Views, Flag

  • Baths , We 've  recently started remodeling some of the main living areas of the home we've lived in for almost 15 years.  One is a powder room and the other is the master bath.  Forgive the photography it's not my strong suit so colors may be off.  , Bathrooms Design


    5 photos, 6,166 Views, Flag

  • New Kitchen  Mocha Stained Cabinets and Carrera Marble, New Kitchen Remodel with carrera marble counters and back splash built in coffee/espresso/cappuccino maker sub zero refrigerator fischer paykel double drawer dish washer wolf double oven and microwave under mount farmhouse fluted sink from England and English Perrin Rowe Faucet., Kitchens Design

    New Kitchen Mocha S...

    11 photos, 5,580 Views, Flag

  • Design Ideas, Other Spaces Design

    Design Ideas

    8 photos, 74 Views, Flag

  • Oil paintings and sculptural artworks, The harmonizing effect of paintings & sculpture in the garden or interior settings creates a unique space for reflection and connection to the natural environment., Gardens Design

    Oil paintings and scul...

    14 photos, 78 Views, Flag

  • Kitchen being cooked in! Fish tacos!, We redid our backsplash and counters to enhance our well used kitchen. Notice the kitchen is in the middle of being used as opposed to being made up for photos., Kitchens Design

    Kitchen being cooked i...

    8 photos, 554 Views, Flag

  • Private get away., This is a space in our back yard where you can go to get away from it all., Patios & Decks Design

    Private get away.

    1 photo, 1,271 Views, Flag

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