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Results found for "wood"

  • Pruett Ranch Kitchen, We completely removed everything from the old kitchen down to the drywall and replaced it with solid maple cabinets, oil rubbed bronze knobs and pulls, stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, new granite countertops, new travertine and glass tile backsplash, and new pendant, task and can lighting. , Kitchens        Design

    Pruett Ranch Kitchen

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  • Avondale, Charleston SC Before and After Photos, Before and after shots of our renovation project.  Since these photos have been taken we've added shutters and stripped the door down to the bare wood for staining., Home Exteriors Design

    Avondale, Charleston ...

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  • Pokey's Mountain Lodge, My Husband & I took our 3 year old Grandson Pokey on vacation and stayed in a log cabin. When we got home my husband and grandson got busy building. It's not a kit we designed and built it from scratch. The slide and swings are store bought the rest is handcrafted, Yards Design

    Pokey's Mountain Lod...

    10 photos, 4,546 Views, Flag

  • Relaxation by the pool....southern style., My first design and construction challenge that I've accepted solely on my own.  Thank God the project is nearing an end. Climbing vines, a bit of trim to complete the columns... etc still to go...but it's coming along.

 It has been called a poolhouse, but I don't think that is accurate.  Some call it a Cabana, one friend refers to it as a pavillion, another calls it "the structure".  It is 11' tall, 12' wide / deep and 34' long / across the front.  As you can tell from the picture, the sides are square lattice, the back wall is 10' of lattice and 24' of solid wall with a judges paneling trim finnish and of course a wood / propane fireplace.  It has a flat, tin roof with a slight pitch for water run off.  The columns are 11.5" square.  The small section to the left in the picture was designed with the idea of putting a small bath in, but my father was in an accident and that space is being used for the lift that helps us get him in and out of the pool safely.  The drapes are a marine fabric that pull closed when the sun shines directly into the building...which is great because it remains cool and very comfortable on hot summer days.  The chandelier is iron, it was handcrafted for my home (a different house) about 15 years ago and has since been in my house in California and now here (a sentimental piece I guess).  Unfortunately these pictures don't show it well.

I have to admit.  I am a little aprehensive about putting this out there for a critique because I've worked so hard on it (maybe it feels that way because I'm not a builder) but on the other hand, I am open to some great ideas of how I can step it up a bit and take it to it's maximum potential.  Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts.  Kevin, Pools Design

    Relaxation by the pool...

    2 photos, 3,938 Views, Flag

  • Blue Victorian Bedroom, After over 6 months of working on my new home, doing everything myself, from plaster, to floors, and finally decorating. Here is my Victorian inspired master bedroom. I repainted the white walls blue, removed the carpet to expose a lovely wooden floor, bought a glass chandelier.  Since I am on a budget (who is not!):  I mostly used furnitures I already had and made the headboard out of reclaimed wood, added stencils on it as well as on my armoire, so they somewhat match. Re-used a cute table. Added curtains., Bedrooms Design

    Blue Victorian Bedroo...

    6 photos, 1,495 Views, Flag

  • Sittin in the mornin sun..., This is our back porch off of the kitchen and leading down to the pool and back area surrounding pool and covered deck.  It captures morning sun and is lovely in the fall, but a bit warm in the summer.  It is the place to sit to watch the kids in the pool.  The wicker furniture and sunbrella cushions are so comfy. Please visit "Cooking show ready" to rate my kitchen., Porches Design

    Sittin in the mornin s...

    4 photos, 6,933 Views, Flag

  • Marin's favorite Space, This is a modern take on a girls nursery. I wanted the room to grow with my daughter so I steered clear of the traditional baby pink. This space is modern, fun and fresh. Check out my etsy site at, Nurseries Design

    Marin's favorite Spac...

    8 photos, 8,378 Views, Flag

  • I Love my Screened Porch!, I had no idea that my screened porch could look this amazing by simply re-purposing things which were stored in my basement!, Porches Design

    I Love my Screened P...

    16 photos, 6,110 Views, Flag

  • Warm & Cozy Craftsman Living Room, I love sitting in my living room. People have referred to it as warm cozy inviting etc. I attribute it to the generous amount of wood (mahogany ebony Brazilian cherry American cherry) used and the natural stone fireplace., Entryways & Halls Design

    Warm & Cozy Craftsma...

    14 photos, 6,248 Views, Flag

  • Stoney Side before & after, My home is located on wooded land w/ a colonial-farm house exterior look, interior was a train wreck until our remodel this past year and still going strong. , Living Spaces Design

    Stoney Side before & a...

    12 photos, 39,851 Views, Flag

  • Breakfast Nook in the Treetops, We fell in love with the view and love to have breakfast with the birds.  The treetops are still bare but by May it will look like the canopy of a rain forest.  I can't wait it's been a loooooooong cold winter!!! , Other Spaces Design

    Breakfast Nook in the ...

    6 photos, 32,649 Views, Flag

  • Contemporary Living/Dining Room Remodel, Here's a before and after look at a contemporary living/dining room I just remodelled, Living Spaces Design

    Contemporary Living/...

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  • Outdoor "livingroom", Pull up an antique wicker chair or have a seat on the victorian swing and cool off under the ceiling fans. This porch is used almost as much as any room inside my house. , Porches Design

    Outdoor "livingroom"

    6 photos, 8,333 Views, Flag

  • Fresh, hip, modern & festive holiday decorations, Living room area, gas fireplace, wood paneling, Holidays Design

    Fresh, hip, modern & f...

    4 photos, 2,377 Views, Flag

  • Happy Organic Easter to You!, This year's Easter tablescape in our home will be all about organic colors, textures, fabrics and materials.  I always lean toward the neutrals, earth tones and/or monochromatic color schemes, and wanted to keep it again in a neutral palette for my Easter tablescape.  Do you know how hard it is to find "beige" eggs for your Easter decor?!  lolol  Happy Easter to all of you!, Holidays Design

    Happy Organic Easter ...

    42 photos, 1,448 Views, Flag

  • Today's Traditional Dining Room, Our home was built in 1915 so we wanted to maintain a traditional look with updated furnishings that blended with our living room. By adding plantation shutters we got the privacy we needed, but the light still shines in. We love linen and found a great deal on this dining set made of reclaimed barn wood. , Dining Rooms Design

    Today's Traditional D...

    6 photos, 4,812 Views, Flag

  • Comfortable Studio, This is my studio apartment, with a rather small living space, 12'x17'.  My biggest challenge was creating a space that did not feel like a bedroom.  I placed the bed next to the kitchen to allow maximum light and views out the windows. , Other Spaces Design

    Comfortable Studio

    11 photos, 11,810 Views, Flag