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  • Classic bath with clean lines, A tired bathroom gets refreshed with a new shower and material makeover., Bathrooms Design

    Classic bath with clea...

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  • Asymmetrical Kitchen Remodel, Before moving into this newly purchased home, the owners had an opportunity to remodel the kitchen. Built in 1990, this kitchen was compartmentalized and outdated. The island was too small and a bottleneck formed between the island and refrigerator. The owners wanted to open up the space to the living and dining areas. 

Inspired by Mexican contemporary architecture, the kitchen was transformed. The tile backsplash, dark counters and small island were all removed. The florescent light box was swapped with cool pendants and recessed lighting. A new kitchen sink is now located under a new picture box window allowing views to the street. Overhead cabinets in a bright, fun hue and open wood shelving with accent lighting and decorative tile bring functionality to the space. The cooktop remains in the enlarged, asymmetrical island and now accommodates seating. Some appliances were updated and a new pantry with additional storage was constructed around the refrigerator. Finishing the look is new Brazilian Pecan hardwood flooring. 

Now this family has an updated, contemporary kitchen that is open to the living spaces and can freely enjoy hosting friends and family. 

Photography by Paul Finkel, Kitchens Design

    Asymmetrical Kitchen...

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  • Five-Star Italian Bathroom, Before and after pictures of our master bathroom renovation.  The space is not huge, but the transformation is.  We absolutely LOVE it!, Bathrooms Design

    Five-Star Italian Ba...

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  • Dining Room Update, I wallpapered the niche wall in our dining room with two different papers.  Outside the niche we used grasscloth and inside we used a beautiful paper with a silver detail.  In the summer I fill the apothecary jars with oranges and lemons., Dining Rooms Design

    Dining Room Update

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  • Newly painted living room/entry, The paint is not EVEN dry :-) This is my entry and living/family room. I am not sure what to do next...any suggestions are welcomed.I love the tropical/caribbean feel with a touch of traditional., Living Rooms Design

    Newly painted living r...

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  • wall niche, used stone tile from The Tile Shop and framed the back wall of the niche and then accented with brown paint., Living Rooms Design

    wall niche

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  • Tuscan Style Niches, We added this Tuscan Spice Niche and an Oil and Vinegar Niche to one of our kitchens.They are so-o functional and add character to the kitchen. Hope you like them.
, Kitchens Design

    Tuscan Style Niches

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  • Master Bathroom with a View, We recently (finally) renovated / remodeled our master bathroom that had been sitting gutted since the day we bought our house - over 3 1/2 years ago.  We finally were able to borrow the lump sum needed to do this massive makeover.  The issue with the original bathroom - other than the fact that it was super dated (green wallpaper) and yucky, was that the main drain was cracked and water was leaking to the floor below - into the walls and down to the floor.  This is a second story bathroom and below it is the kitchen and dining room.  Sadly the previous tenant was using the bathroom even with the broken drain pipes which had caused mold in the walls which we had to get professionally cleaned!  Anyway, all that's in the past now and we have a fabulous modern (but comfortable) master bathroom that feels like an expensive hotel / spa and it even has a view of the bay and golden gate bridge!

feel free to follow our blog for the rest of our adventures in home makeover here - http://fixerwithaview.wordpress.com - we even have a blog section about how we almost got onto HGTV's curb appeal - shot the reveal and everything before our project was cancelled., Bathrooms Design

    Master Bathroom with...

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  • Niches Bring a Little Bling to a Small Master Bath, Drizzled with chocolate accents against a calm neutral pallet made this little master bathroom large in size.  Originally, the bathroom had wide red and pink striped walls and a country border around the tub.  When we didn't have the budget for a complete bathroom makeover we attempted to remove the stripes and paint the walls red.  But the drastic change came after we picked out a neutral color pallet, added splashes of glass mosiacs and chocolate browns, created some custom niches throughout the space for hidden surprises, and made a large custom mirror.  We used large rectangular tiles that looked like expensive travertine.  The cheap sliding glass shower door was replaced with an extremely tall nearly frameless shower door.  We added a glass pocket door for the entry and we took down the walls to the teeny water closet.  Before pictures are at the end of the remodel pictures., Bathrooms    Design

    Niches Bring a Little...

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  • Niche, This is a niche going into the living room. It was supposed to be a closet but my boss (and friend) suggested this so it would add a little more character to the house. We built this house off a model homenot a big house I think 2100 sq. ft. I am glad we did this even though we lost a closet. Kristen, Living Rooms Design

    Niche

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  • Faux tile fireplace niche, This was the first time I've done any faux tile work.  The hardest part was figuring out how big to make the tiles so that it would come out even on both sides (you have to allow for the grout lines).  The second hardest part was using a stippling brush while standing on a ladder 18 feet off the ground!, Living Rooms Design

    Faux tile fireplace ni...

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  • Student Designed Living Room, As an Interior Design student I have begun designing my living room on a fairly small budget. I believe my space embodies a classic contemporary feel. I would love to hear any suggestions or comments regarding my space., Living Rooms Design

    Student Designed Livi...

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  • The art of peace, My peaceful retreat. , Living Rooms Design

    The art of peace

    10 photos, 2,056 Views, Flag

  • DRAMATIC Color and Look for DINING ROOM , Previously walls were just 'builder tan'.   Now a DRAMATIC faux finish in Metallics on all walls with the Cutout and Ceiling done in slightly darker look.   Don't leave your cut-out areas and ceilings plain.......   They can be a huge dramatic look in your home!, Dining Rooms Design

    DRAMATIC Color and...

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  • BEFORE & AFTER Art Niche Makeover, Before... all white walls and art niche that does nothing to enhance gorgeous bronze sculpture.   Now.....   Hallway walls painted in a Teal/Bronze/Copper faux Finish (to coordinate with the patina on the sculpture);  and niche area done in a metallic gold/copper/bronze finish.     , Living Rooms Design

    BEFORE & AFTER Ar...

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  • The Sage Room, My husband had a vision of giving our living room with vaulted ceilings greater height.  He made shelving niches between the studs to add dramatic lighting and a place to put pictures and nick nacks.  , Living Rooms Design

    The Sage Room

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  • HELP FILL MY NICHE & ROUND TUSCAN FOYER, This is a 12 foot ROUND foyer with 20 foot tower ceiling. The wall either side the entry door is flat but then is rounded on either side as you enter the house. There is a 4' curved wall to the left of the front door, then an 8' tall arched closet door, then another 6' curved wall. To the right, there is a 4' curved wall, then a niche that is 56" tall starting 30" from the floor, after that there is another 4' curved wall. I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH THESE CURVED WALLS AND THIS HUGE NICHE - HELP, Other Spaces Design

    HELP FILL MY NIC...

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  • Need Help with Niche in my wall!!, Just added this family room addition and starting to decorate.  I'd like to do something fun w/ this niche behind the couch.  Any ideas?!, Living Rooms Design

    Need Help with Niche ...

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