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  • Storybook Cottage in Carmel-by-theSea, Storybook Cottage in Carmel-by-theSea, Home Exterior Design

    Storybook Cottage in ...

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  • Storybook Cottage in Carmel-by-the-Sea (Kitchen), Storybook Cottage in Carmel-by-theSea, Kitchens Design

    Storybook Cottage in ...

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  • Storybook Cottage in Carmel-by-the-Sea, Storybook Cottage in Carmel-by-the-Sea, Living Rooms Design

    Storybook Cottage in ...

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  • Storybook Cottage, Carmel-by-the-Sea (Bedroom), Storybook Cottage in Carmel-by-the-Sea, Bedrooms Design

    Storybook Cottage, Ca...

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  • Storybook Kitchen, My husband and I had a lot of fun creating this Story Book Kitchen.  To help come up with a color scheme he made drawings of the space and I colored them..We repurposed the cupboards from the manin house added a rescued vintage table and chairs and painted the Hoosier cabinet Bright Red!!, Kitchens Design

    Storybook Kitchen

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  • Baby Boy, Passing on things from one generation to the next need not be limited to the Chritening gown alone.  Using nursery items that bring with them a history of happy memories is a great way to create a baby space with special meaning and style., Nurseries Design

    Baby Boy

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  • The Haunting of Storybook Hollow (Our yard haunt), "Every Halloween, the villains of Storybook Hollow rise from the grave to haunt their fabled foes"  This is our Halloween yard display, our family works together on it every year.  We are mad about Halloween!  We started with the haunted story-land last year wanting to create something gore-free and better suited for the younger kids who visit our yard. Everything is made from scratch (exept for the ghost by the front door, he's from Halloween USA) We all have lots of fun putting this display together!!, Holidays Design

    The Haunting of Story...

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  • Reed's Nursery Rhyme Nursery, This mural includes children's songs, fables, nursery rhymes, and tons of tiny critters and animals to keep a baby entertained.  I created this nursery for my first born son Reed.  I was 8 months pregnant when I began painting it.  This was my favorite project because it was the first time I got to create a project for my own child.   , Nurseries Design

    Reed's Nursery Rhyme ...

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  • Storybook Cottage Nursery (with updates), Our goal was to create a whimsical space for our little pumpkin to dream in that was warm and cozy, while bright and cheerful.  With a tiny budget (about $350 including the crib), a multitude of leftover paint, years worth of fabric remnants, a few heirloom pieces, and all the ingenuity we could muster, we created this room for her., Nurseries Design

    Storybook Cottage Nur...

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  • Once-upon-a-Time Children's Play Space, If you have a prince or princess searching for their own fairy-tale... then this play-space is exactly what they are looking for!

The storybook cottage has a thatched roof, Dutch door, and stands 7' tall with Gothic beams, fire-place including a flicker-flame light and Bunny Hutch. Everything you could imagine in a fairytale cottage is here: flower fairies, theme dressed stuffed animals, a mouse house that has mushroom steps up to a balcony entrance and a window that looks out the real window of the room onto the 'deep-dark-woods'! , Other Spaces Design

    Once-upon-a-Time Chi...

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  • storybook, landscaping evergreens creating an cohesive look., Home Exterior Design


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  • old world/storybook cottage dining area, HI  I am a bit reluctant to post our inside pictures as I said we just built the house and the rooms are not done.  We are definately DIY'ers and as you know things take lots of time and money and we are trying to keep in mind the house style as we create each room.  Enjoy!, Dining Rooms Design

    old world/storybook co...

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  • "Storybook"  girlies room, I painted and decorated this space for friends of mine who were blessed with gorgeous twin girls.  Too fun!, Bedrooms Design

    "Storybook" girlies r...

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  • Heaven on Earth, Post WWII Cottage needs curb appeal suggestions. Thinking about adding shutters and an awning. Looking for suggestions on how to improve appearance of driveway and landscape., Home Exterior Design

    Heaven on Earth

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  • Storybook, Stone Fireplace!, Living Rooms Design


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  • Before and After Pics of Hillside collage!, Stone front house, with gray siding and copper roof. , Home Exterior Design

    Before and After Pics...

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  • our storybook kitchen in progress, all custom cabinetry by a local furniture maker, the space was originally a covered patio/laundry room.  fir is the major accent of the space and while it has taken some time to get here, we are getting closer to seeing this project finished., Kitchens Design

    our storybook kitchen ...

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  • Guess Who's Coming to Dinner - Kitchen Storybook, The kitchen is approximately 90 sq ft. Originally built in 1965 and finally gutted in March 2011. It has a city feel with soft modern lines. The cabinetry includes pull-out drawers with slow close function. No more need to fumble and reach far back into the cabinet looking for pots or lids. Removed 1 pantry closets to make a new entrance way into the kitchen from the hallway. The flow of traffic is much better this way and it opens the small kitchen tremendously. I chose a contrasting color palette to give some dimension. 

The tiles on the floor and walls are approximately 17 inch x 27 inch tiles. Less grout seams means less cleaning and the look of the tile being one large piece. 1/16 inch spacing between tile is key but you have to have tile that can accommodate this. Electrical plugs were intentionally moved closer to the countertop so they are not so obvious and any coffee machine chords would be hidden out of sight since the plug is lower. The peninsula was transformed from a 2 tiered peninsula into a single tier peninsula. This allows for guests and cook to feel like they are experiencing the kitchen together and adds to the open space feeling. Really just wanted my yahoo crazy friends to be able to reach over and help me prep food as I slave away for 

Lastly, MR16 low voltage lighting was strategically placed to illuminate the kitchen. All on dimmers with the peninsula lights on separate dimmers. Key is to have these lights positioned on top of your head so that you do not get any shadowing while working in the kitchen. To save some money, I purchased all finished material and only used my contractor for demo/framing, electrical, plumbing and install. In a nutshell, that is my new kitchen and I love it. Now what to do with the 1965 bathroom??...hmm , Kitchens Design

    Guess Who's Coming t...

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