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  • Mauve Mania, We moved into our home in 1994.  Over the past 18 years we have remodeled and/or redecorated every room in the house with the exception of our master bedroom, master bathroom, and master walk-in closet.  We are in the very early stages of our remodel but everything is coming along fine., Bedrooms Design

    Mauve Mania

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  • Textures being used throughout, These are the textures that I created for the kitchen and guest bath., Kitchens Design

    Textures being used th...

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  • Pink Throne Room, Our master bath is not only stuck in the 80's, but it is also down to the last functioning fixture.  We have patched and fixed to the best of our ability, but it is time for a make-over.  Please rate our space., Bathrooms Design

    Pink Throne Room

    11 photos, 376 Views, Flag

  • Mini Gardens, We are building our new house it should be ready by December 2007 but most probably by Jan 2008. Anyway we are renting a little apartment to save money with NO space for a garden either internal or external.But I cannot live with out a garden so I decided to design my own mini gardens.I had a lot of bonsais before so I use the same technics but instead this time I used cactuses and succulent plants. So this are my gardens. hope to have better pictures next time., Gardens Design

    Mini Gardens

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  • Easy Victorian Ceiling Solution!!!, I finally got the ceiling finished in my master bedroom.  I had to find an inexpensive solution to the ugly popcorn drop ceiling tiles, so I went with 2x2 tiles from wishihadthat.com made by Ceilume.  I was able to use the existing grid.  The tiles were only $4.95 each.  Along with the new medallion I was able to get a new ceiling for under $200!!!, Bedrooms Design

    Easy Victorian Ceilin...

    9 photos, 1,393 Views, Flag

  • Living in comfort on the River, This space is really more than a living room. I functions as a walk through from the family room to the stair case. I love to sit in here and read., Living Rooms Design

    Living in comfort on t...

    21 photos, 1,615 Views, Flag

  • Family Room w/ Fireplace and Built-ins, Our family room was renovated to include built-in cabinetry, a gas fireplace and a much improved home theater system.  Whether we watch TV, listen to music, read, work on the computer, or just sit and chat with the family, it's a great room to unwind and relax., Living Rooms Design

    Family Room w/ Firep...

    25 photos, 5,771 Views, Flag

  • It started with old farmhouse, an old farmhouse 3500 square foot, 4 bedroom 4 bath. bought in on short sale plan onturningit into vacation rental ,needs everthing from soup to nuts, working on fixing bedromm walls today, on a budget of course , lots of sweat equity., Other Spaces Design

    It started with old fa...

    29 photos, 872 Views, Flag

  • Alice's Kitchen, Our kitchen features Hickory Kraftmaid cabinets with two types of granite and gun metal, GE Profile appliances.  It has a cathedral ceiling and is 16x16'. 
 It is the kitchen of my dreams and a wonderful place to cook. The floors are 15" terrazzo marble., Kitchens Design

    Alice's Kitchen

    5 photos, 2,648 Views, Flag

  • Before/During/After Kitchen Renovation, This is the last room that is left of our total house renovation.  We bought a 1890's farm house that we have gutted and gutted again....  And so, here is the last room of the renovation process....., Kitchens Design

    Before/During/After ...

    46 photos, 5,713 Views, Flag

  • Formal, warm and inviting living room, This is the room that would typically be called the formal living room.  We are casual and have young children.  I think the space is well suited to our lifestyle.  It is a perfect space for conversation or to curl up and read a book.  After dinner parties we generally circulate into the space for after dinner drinks and dessert.  I still need to change out the previous drapery.  It is not my style.  It does match to some degree so it has been a little farther down on my to do list.  I'll get them done, hopefully this year.  Enjoy and thanks for looking!, Living Rooms Design

    Formal, warm and invi...

    9 photos, 3,760 Views, Flag

  • The Not So Big Living Room Space, Contemporary/Arts and Crafts Living Room/Great Room in cherry wood, black and cobalt blue. Features include cherry hardwood floors, cherry wood built-in, hand crafted stone fireplace, black slate, built in window seat with storage, batik balloon shades, art work from our travels, city, row house, townhouse, small space, great room , Living Rooms Design

    The Not So Big Livin...

    12 photos, 2,924 Views, Flag

  • Tom's Western Home Office, This was a basement space I used to create my husband a Western Home Office for his Farrier business., Basements Design

    Tom's Western Home ...

    10 photos, 1,768 Views, Flag

  • Beachy Fun Kitchen!!!!, I've made some updates to our kitchen:) We put in some light fixtures to go along with the tropical feel of our home and did a few more updates as well! Since we are a surfing family, I thought I'd add the surfboards to this room as well! The kitchen has a very open layout with the walls opening to the living area., Kitchens Design

    Beachy Fun Kitchen!!!...

    13 photos, 2,167 Views, Flag

  • Stairway to Heaven, Tall skylight covered stairway features leaping man free floating sculpture and colored glass window, Other Spaces Design

    Stairway to Heaven

    9 photos, 1,297 Views, Flag

  • A Taste of Tuscany..in Delaware???, These are photos of the main living area(s) of my home.    The space is definitely Tuscan inspired, but like all of my designs I try to balance the space with tasteful, quality furnishing and accessories that fit the space appropriately, instead of overcrowding the space with every Tuscan thing I could find.  Some of the pieces were custom made, but most were store bought.  
The foyer mirror was originally a different color, so in order to make it fit I painted it with gold and oil rubbed bronze spray paint and coated it with a flat varnish to finish it off.   I usually have a real palm in the foyer, but it is the middle of winter and I can't find anywhere! My last one had a centipede nest in the root of the plant so needless to say it couldn't stay in the house! It took me a week to figure out where those things were coming from!   
 I recently updated flooring upstairs as well as the railing on the steps which used to be white wooden spindles.   In order to replace the railing I had to also replace the entire staircase! So to save a little bit of money I did the staining myself (what a pain!).   I hope you guys enjoy the space!
, Living Rooms Design

    A Taste of Tuscany..i...

    11 photos, 4,210 Views, Flag

  • Formal Feel Family Room, Open to kitchen, our family room is  a mix of formal with comfortable.I have had the leather seating group for 12 years and will change it one day. But for now it provides a "wipe up clean" surface for my grandson and two dogs to enjoy.Walls are Benjamin Moore Paint in the new scrubable flat finish. Fireplace and all the millwork ,trimwork was done by my handy hubby!, Other Spaces Design

    Formal Feel Family R...

    7 photos, 1,230 Views, Flag

  • Kitchen Renovation: Old School 70s to Modern Austin, Texas Metro, This is a townhome I purchased in 2008 in Austin, Texas. The goal was to modernize the kitchen.

This was an exhaustive, year long process. The biggest challenge was completing a project and seeing that every improvement made it apparent that once we finished one project we had to keep going  to modernize it and everything out of date stuck out like a sore thumb.

Here's what I we did:

1. Removed old rectangular florescent lighting - installed six florescent spots
2. Cut out the bar counter-top and replaced with granite tile
3. Cut out a section of the wall and made it more breathable and open
4. Did not come with an exhaust vent - installed a GE Monogram Exhaust Vent
5. Removed pantry to make an island kitchen counter top
6. installed new ceiling and orange peel texture
7. painted ugly green 70s cabinets and counter to white
8. Installed new trim and molding around entry way
9. Installed hardwoods where pantry was located
10 Installed birch paneling around range counter

Except for a few contractors, my friend Robert Juler helped with with all projects. Thanks Robert!

I hope you like it., Kitchens Design

    Kitchen Renovation: O...

    14 photos, 1,680 Views, Flag

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