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  • Beachy Bath Retreat, Welcome to my beach retreat!  I don't have a beach house, so I created the feel in my bathroom.  A stroll on the beach collecting beach glass is my ultimate relaxation.  So, my beach glass collection was the inspiration for my personal "spa".  I used frosted glass mosaic as the accent for the walls.  On the floor is a tumbled marble mosaic with the frosted glass squares randomly scattered through out- just like finding glass on the beach!  The vanity is the piece de resistance.  The base is actually a sofa table and the counter top is custom concrete.  I was so lucky to find a local concrete artist who made my vision into a reality.  He created a work of art by incorporating glass from my collection into the concrete.  Take a look at the close ups, it's really breathtaking.  I smile every time I look at it!  The counter top really sets off the frosted glass vessel sink.  All of the metal is satin nickel., Bathrooms Design

    Beachy Bath Retreat

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  • Bathroom Before And After , This bathroom hasn't been touched since at least the 1970's.  We have many limitations with space, but it is much brighter and cleaner.  Clawfoot Tub was turned into a shower with new fixtures., Bathrooms Design

    Bathroom Before And ...

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  • Downstairs Renovation -kitchen, foyer, dining,living, office, We renovated the entire downstairs.  We ripped out all the floors, installed beautiful hand scrapped bamboo throughout, put up crown molding, new lighting, new paint, entire new kitchen - black leather granite counters, installed chocolate maple cabinets, glass backsplash that pulls all the colors together, added black furniture island with madura gold granite, copper farmhouse sink, lights and furniture as well as taking down the knee wall and making it a breakfast bar, changed the stairways by adding wrought iron spindles and staining the banisters. , Other Spaces Design

    Downstairs Renovation...

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  • homemade, transformation of my black and yellow 1950's kitchen into the "vision" that was so hard for my wife to see. Gutted the whole thing down to the studs, removed a wall and threw up a flush mount beam (as easy as it sounds), assembled cabinets, installed mosaic floor, built and installed concrete counter tops, installed penny tile back splash, installed new apron sink, and fixtures taaaadaaaaaa   ready for the next project!, Kitchens Design


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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 - - 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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  • Modern Basement Bathroom in Man's Cave, Modern basement bath, Bathrooms Design

    Modern Basement Bath...

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  • The Master Bathroom Vanity / Lofty Aspirations for a Plain Jane Apartment, Part of my condo renovation still in progress, this dark and dingy bathroom went from two small functional but boring compartments to a striking contemporary space.  See my other RMSpaces for rooms I have updated so far., Bathrooms Design

    The Master Bathroom ...

    12 photos, 8,902 Views, Flag

  • DECOUPAGE sink and counter top!, Hasn't everyone had one of those one-piece counter top and sink combo?  Ugh.  I have two.  I just decoupaged the entire surface, then decorated with travel memorabilia to fit the theme of the space. Of course, I sealed it to stay dry, then replaced the hardware.  Please comment and rate!  Thanks., Bathrooms Design

    DECOUPAGE sink and...

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  • 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 ...

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  • Made for the Kids!, This is my upstairs bathroom designed for my 2 children. I wanted it to be fresh, clean, & reflect the kids. I used cream paint w/whilte chair rall & wainscoting. I purchased a white cabinet for $30 cut off the top & replaced it w/granite & an undermount sink. I found a fun mirror for $8. I purchased the accessories at pottery barn: matching curtain, mat, towels, & plates that I put on the wall for art. I used the same granite from the sink on the windowsill & over the baseboard below. I used fun blue title in the bath & white tile w/fun blue inserts on the floor. In order to fit the towels, I put them on the door & had the door swing out instead of the normal in to create more room. Finally, I used all crome fixtures throughout., Bathrooms Design

    Made for the Kids!

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  • 10 Month Remodel 1979 Kitchen, We completely remodeled our small kitchen with Thomasville maple cabinets, Silestone coffee brown quartz countertops, cherry stained eucalyptus wood floors, stainless appliances, large undermount sink, green glass tile backsplash in a subway pattern with a decorative mosaic tile accent. , Kitchens Design

    10 Month Remodel 1979...

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  • Floor-to-ceiling Tile Disaster, Virtually every square foot of this bathroom is tiled. The green floor, the lavendar walls, the white and lavendar ceiling. It is a disaster and we don't know how to fix it!, Bathrooms Design

    Floor-to-ceiling Tile...

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  • Farmhouse Sink Addition - Jadite Kitchen, Farmhouse Sink / Apron Sink addition!

To see installation steps by My husband & I posted to my blog visit:  
Once there, click pictures for even larger view.

Click here to see my entire Kitchen on Rate My Space:, Kitchens Design

    Farmhouse Sink Addit...

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  • two seperate rooms, My vanity/sink area is in it's own area and the shower and toilet are in the next  room separated by a pocket door.  I wanted the vanity part to flow into my bedroom to match my dresser and the colors all to flow from one room to the next. The vanity was made from scratch and to be 39 inches tall as I am 6'1.  The fixtures are all rose bronze and the doors handles/light are bronze. Mirror and light fixture match vanity. , Bathrooms Design

    two seperate rooms

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  • Half bath, Full redo, The half bath off of the living area of my house was all white with the original tile from when the house was built in the sixties: baby blue! I hated it. Now I love it! , Bathrooms Design

    Half bath, Full redo

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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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  • 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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  • Brand New Powder Room, We turned what used to be a closet off the dining room into a half bath in our 100 yr old house remodel. A spacious toilet area with a small table and a custom sink nook: the med cabinet and sink stand are antiques with a copper sink with wall faucet. We painted above the chair rail but wallpapered below it. A stained glass lamp completed the look. We have some iron wall hanging that match the patterns in the wallpaper and the color of the faucet that will go up on the wall shortly., Bathrooms Design

    Brand New Powder Roo...

    5 photos, 755 Views, Flag

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