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  • Master bathroom with vintage touch, This is a newly constructed master bathroom. I went with a vintage feel using hexagon tiles on shower floor and adding a claw foot tub. Dark beadboard cabinetry, glass knobs and carrara marble counters. I was inspired by a recent stay at Watch Hill's newly rebuilt Oceanhouse Hotel in Rhode Island. 
Wall paint color is Benjamin Moore Beach Glass. , Bathrooms Design

    Master bathroom with ...

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  • Before and After bathroom:  Making Lemonade from lemons, As much as I hated the downstairs bath I needed more time to accrue the funds and do the renovation.   But when a pipe burst and did significant damage to the bath and surrounding areas, my plans escalated.  Headache that it was, I love the results.  I hope you do too., Bathrooms Design

    Before and After bathr...

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  • 1959 Pink Bathroom Reglazing Remodel, Everything original 1959 pink bath with pink tub, sink, toilet, pink tile floor, pink tile countertop, and giant window right inside the shower. This bath had one light fixture over the sink, and one over the tub area. Although this hall bath had been well maintained, it needed to be freshened up on a tight budget. 

Researched reglazing for the tub, and walls. Replaced the tile floor, vanity, sink, and toilet. Added 4 recessed lights, 2 wall sconces on dimmers. Raised the shower head up by 11 inches and added sprayer.

Now, this bath has all the bells and whistles of a high end bath, and our total spent was right about $1,400., Bathrooms Design

    1959 Pink Bathroom Re...

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  • Chocolate Basement Bath, Bathrooms Design

    Chocolate Basement B...

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  • No space to grow, I've always loved cottage style and the relaxed feel it has. I've lived in this home for 30 years and have planted and replanted just about every inch that I can get my hands on. We have lots of shade so I had to create a small flower garden on the 5 foot strip of ground which gets full sun along the south side of the house., Home Exterior Design

    No space to grow

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  • OUR 1962 PALM SPRINGS MID-CENTURY, BUILT IN 1962 THIS MID-CENTURY HOME WAS DESIGNED BY THE ARCHITECTURAL FIRM OF PALMER AND KRISEL AND BUILT BY THE ALEXANDER BUILDING COMPANY WHO BUILT ABOUT 2500 HOMES IN PALM SPRINGS.  I FOUND THE ORIGINAL MARKETING BROCHURE AND IN 1962 THIS HOME WAS $49500.00. A LOT OF MONEY BACK THEN!, Home Exterior Design

    OUR 1962 PALM SPR...

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  • From ick to slick!, Taking a 1964 bathroom with horrible brass accents to 2009 with inspiration from Candice Olson, Bathrooms Design

    From ick to slick!

    6 photos, 68,096 Views, Flag

  • Hand Painted Our Bedroom Armoire...and showing some Favorite MBR Accessories., Have had this piece for many years...it was originally dark green with light maple doors.  Needed a tall piece in MB corner, as my husbands chest was dwarfed with our cathedral ceiling.  I had been a designer with Ethan Allen and always had coveted a handpainted armoire of theirs..should have bought it when we got 48% discount!!!...so I tried to get close to the feel of the EA piece., Other Spaces Design

    Hand Painted Our Bedr...

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  • Exquisite Outdoor Environment, The great clients of this gorgeous coastal estate allowed us to design their property in the same exquisite style and manner of their interior environment.
One of the major design components of this design is the grand and majestic Cabana that encompasses multiple functions and areas of luxury retreat. The Cabana has a luxurious restroom and shower, with an elegant changing room that even has personal lockers for guests to use! Also included under the roof of the Cabana is a large dining room, an opulent cook center, and a quaint fireplace room with optimum views of the ocean and coastline. Some of the other fantastic amenities include multiple pottery fountains, a fabulous pool and infinity spa, and large dining and lounge patios. Also included in this estate grounds is an area for the clients 'secret' garden, an elegant and functional citrus and vegetable terrace garden, and even a sheltered courtyard with a grand fireplace that is framed by matching elegant pottery fountains, Home Exterior Design

    Exquisite Outdoor Env...

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  • Three level split remodel, Home started as 1700 sq. ft. three level split.   3 bedrooms, 1 & 1/2 bath, living room, kitchen/dining room, basement, one car garage and screen porch.


Finished area is 6400 sq. ft. with 5 bedrooms, 4 & 1/2 baths, sunroom, library, mudroom, upstairs utility room, studio, foyer, basement and walk-out patio.  Not included in the 6400 sq. ft is a three car garage (24' x36') and fully acessable and conditioned attic(45' x @15')

I designed and built the structure myself (my first project).  Design and built in 5 phases over 2 year period.   I did have a mason do the brick work, all other work completed by me.  Still working on the house.  , Home Exterior Design

    Three level split remo...

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  • Bathroom remodel/addition, Master bathroom created to create a relaxing functional space., Bathrooms Design

    Bathroom remodel/addi...

    7 photos, 96,538 Views, Flag

  • Southern Outdoor Living, Pool, cabana with bathroom and outdoor kitchen, and fireplace.  Contractor: Custom Land Design, Charlotte, NC., Pools Design

    Southern Outdoor Livi...

    7 photos, 8,367 Views, Flag

  • My Boys Fab Room, We redid this room several years ago. Bumped out the roof and busted through to the attic to carve out a bathroom/closet/kitchenette.  The two double beds are behind the curtains for a little privacy.  My teenage boys love it and so do their friends.  We used every inch of space as you can see., Boys' Rooms Design

    My Boys Fab Room

    11 photos, 5,143 Views, Flag

  • Sleek And Timeless Master Bath, With the vision for a timeless and luxurious master retreat, the Decor Innovation Designs team selected a neutral colour palate and travertino noce floor,shower and tub surround. Counter tops, tub top with joining shower seat were done in caesarstone quartz Ginger for this master bathroom. By adding the floor tile to the face of the soaking tub adds interest to the floor and helps define the large space., Bathrooms Design

    Sleek And Timeless M...

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  • Glass Bathroom, The Glass Bathroom is designed using  three types of 8mm glass tile: a WATERFALL inspired focal wall juxtaposed to 1x1 tile for floors and  other walls. The "fluent" space is enhanced by an onyx countertop which when uplit adds a dramatic impact.  The floating cabinet  adds lightness to the space.  The convex shape of the sculptural faucet balances the concave effect of the glass sconces., Other Spaces Design

    Glass Bathroom

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  • Master Bath, Master Bath remodel, Bathrooms Design

    Master Bath

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  • Small Bath Oasis Transformation, Our "basic builder" bathroom previously consisted of a 5x8 space with your basic, boring white vanity, white tub, and white cheap-o tile, and boring wall paper.  We were inspired by several of the bathrooms we saw on this website plus many HGTV shows that gave us the inspiration we needed.  We wanted a contemporary spa feel with modern amenities.  Although our space is small we took advantage of the high 9' ceiling by running the tile all the way to the ceiling and installing 4" recessed lighting.  This really draws your eye up!  We used 18x18 tiles on the wall, 6x6 on the shower floor, and a great 1" tile around the vanity and toilet.  It's actually a mix of glass tile and slate.  The vanity, sink, and faucet were purchased on-line and the mirror was cut locally to fit the exact space.

We are thrilled at the transformation and can't believe how much bigger our 5x8 space now appears!

ADDED INFO-- Thank you all for the kind comments, we are amazed at the feedback!  Thank You!  Several questions have been asked about the cost and materials, so here's the info....

COST-- We loved the comment about estimating the cost at $40,000.  Actually, it cost $8,000 for everything.  

DESIGNER-- Someone asked if we hired a professional designer.  Nope.  We are addicted to HGTV and picked up lots of tips and ideas from the show (esp. Candice, Vern, Angelo and David Bromstad) and this website.  We purchased all of the materials ourselves.  We did some of the work ourselves and hired a great contractor for the tough stuff.

FAUCET-- Purchased at ExpressDecor.com for $139

VANITY-- It's a Decolav vanity (5510-ES) that includes the sink.  EveryVesselSink.com for $900

TILE-- All purchased at Expo (Isn't it a shame that they are all closing!).  1x1 Glass Tile/Slate were the most expensive of all of the materials!  $32/sf.  From Oceanside Glass Tile (glasstile.com) it's Geologie High Desert.  The 18x18 shower wall tile is from Daltile (5202 Golddust) @ $2/sf.  The 6x6 shower floor tile is CTI Tile (Rex Shabui, Charcoal Black).

MIRROR- cut locally and custom frame from Aaron Brothers.

PAINT--  Sherwin-Williams (SW6078 Realist Beige).

Thanks again for all of the kind remarks!  If we can do it-- so can you!, Bathrooms Design

    Small Bath Oasis Tra...

    12 photos, 278,227 Views, Flag

  • Sophomore Year Retreat, My cousin Kelsy and I (Shauna) are roommates for our sophomore year at Messiah College.  So we created a room that coordinates our existing bedspreads.  We wanted to make a place for ourselves that felt more like a home than a dorm.  We were hoping for it to have a warm cozy feel but still incorporate color and some fun touches.  :), Dorm Rooms Design

    Sophomore Year Retre...

    9 photos, 20,482 Views, Flag

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