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  • Metallic and glass bathroom, This is a bathroom that I designed at work.  My client gave me permission to post on here (she also posts on here). I helped her design all the tile work, she did the rest!, Bathrooms Design

    Metallic and glass bat...

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  • Spa feel , We had a small 3x7 half bath and wanted to add a tub/shower in our master bedroom. Overall bathroom now is 12 x 7. We wanted to get a relax spa feel. This was our first tile project. A lot of work but worth every sweat!!!! , Bathrooms Design

    Spa feel

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  • 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...

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  • Looking for a WOW factor, Master bath remodel in our 1960's atomic ranch-style house (think Brady Bunch).  Just for the grown-ups - we wanted a serene retreat with some pop to it.  Had to think outside the box on this one to keep us in budget. , Bathrooms Design

    Looking for a WOW fa...

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  •  vacation spot for a lady, soothing green with clawfoot tub and crystal chandelier, Bathrooms Design

    vacation spot for a la...

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  • Little Evil's crazy idea, Make some change dare to try, Kitchens Design

    Little Evil's crazy id...

    10 photos, 11,282 Views, Flag

  • A Cool Twist on a Tween's Bedroom, Creating a bedroom for a 12 year old that will take her through her teen years can be challenging.  I painted the walls a grown-up chocolate brown, then used a colorful mix of bold textiles in her favorite colors for the accessories. If her favorite colors change (and they will) the space can be updated without starting over!, Bedrooms Design

    A Cool Twist on a Tw...

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  • Inexpensive Updated Bathroom!!!!, I finally decided to update my 7 year old sons bathroom....the walls WERE white and i attached a pic of the OLD cupboards before I painted them. Just bought a new shower curtain and new brushed nickle fixtures and new blinds. Only cost a tad bit over $100. I bought the cheapest of everything. :) Would like to do Something with that countertop...just not sure what. I'm afraid to attempt the painting thing. hmmm..., Bathrooms Design

    Inexpensive Updated B...

    6 photos, 9,996 Views, Flag

  • Master Bathroom!, Bathrooms Design

    Master Bathroom!

    11 photos, 37,511 Views, Flag

  • 600 dollar throw away house, I bought this house 7 months ago for 600 dollars.  It was marked for demolition as it was a complete mess but the structure was sound! Just needed cleaning and updating. It is far from finished but here are the before and after photos of what it is now, Kitchens Design

    600 dollar throw away ...

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  • Bathroom with Faux Rattan Walls, I sewed the shower curtains and faux painted the walls to look like rattan. Everyone thinks it's wallpaper! Complete DIY instructions are on my blog, Bathrooms Design

    Bathroom with Faux R...

    4 photos, 17,167 Views, Flag

  • Master Bathroom, Master bathroom remodel.  Primary materials:  travertine, marble, and onyx.  The accessories (including the fabulous vase) were provided by Studio B Interiors in Castle Pines North.  The whole remodel cost about $30K (yikes!!). , Bathrooms Design

    Master Bathroom

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  • Feel Good Bathroom, Our bathroom had a lot of wasted space and it was all white -- thanks Florida builders.   We eliminated the extra space to expand our walk in closet and redid the entire bathroom!  Note the shower is walk in with no doors to clean.  We kept the decorating simple with natural woods.  We love it, hope you do too., Bathrooms Design

    Feel Good Bathroom

    5 photos, 1,869 Views, Flag

  • Bathroom Remodels, Some of our special bathroom projects., Bathrooms Design

    Bathroom Remodels

    12 photos, 6,051 Views, Flag

  • Living/Dining Room, One open deck/living/dining/kitchen space, Living Rooms Design

    Living/Dining Room

    8 photos, 8,826 Views, Flag

  • Bedroom #1 at "The Birches", One of three en-suite bedrooms at my home.  13' x 15' area with cathedral ceiling.  Queen-sized bed with wall sized haedboard affect featuring bead board panelling hung both vertically and horizontally (on the two side sections beneath the sconces).  I designed and built the cornice boxes and shelf and built them out of stock maple shelving from a major home store.  A full-sized bath is adjoined to the bedroom., Bedrooms Design

    Bedroom #1 at "The Bi...

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  • Matt's Mocha Makeover, This is a guest bathroom redo that was done for UNDER $1000.00. It was a 50's style bathroom that was never updated. Redo includes painted tile on vanity and shower, added feature wall in shower, seperated toilet from vanity with fabric, faux beams on ceiling, unique mirror and light fixture, new accents and new tile on floor with a personal design created by me!
UPDATE: WOW thanks for the response. It IS greatly appreciated!!! To answer some questions, I'm not sure what the wall color was called but its BEHR paint from Home Depot....I'll check and post later, as for water damage to the mirror in the shower, I simply sealed it with the same sealer I used on my deck. Everyone can find great deals if you just look for them and have some imagination. Clearance sections and discount stores like Home Goods, Ross, Marshals, etc. can be your best friend when decorating on a budget. Again I really appreciate all the response., Bathrooms Design

    Matt's Mocha Makeove...

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  • Elephants & Coral Umbrellas, I wanted to create a unique nursery for my baby girl that would grow with her, but still incorporate a bit of whimsy.  Rather than choose a theme, my design of this nursery developed organically, as I found various pieces that would work together without appearing too "matchy-matchy." 

My design inspiration came from a cosmetic bag designed by Milly for Clinique.  (Random, I know.)  But it was in the most punchy coral color, perfect for a fun, but feminine nursery. I had a difficult time finding a comparable fabric, so I turned to where custom fabrics can be designed and ordered in small quantities.  

Other than the custom elephant and umbrella fabric that I found on, my favorite item in the room has to be the canopy over the crib.  It's the first thing that people notice when they walk in the room, and hopefully the baby will enjoy looking up at it. , Nurseries Design

    Elephants & Coral Umb...

    10 photos, 3,480 Views, Flag

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