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  • Christmas Reflection, The dark wood floor captures the reflection of the Christmas tree lights., Holidays Design

    Christmas Reflection

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  • Dining room, 1920's, traditional, This space was originally a bedroom and small back porch.  The porch had been enclosed when we bought the house and was used as a very tight dining area.  We removed the wall between the dining area and the bedroom to create a dining room.  We were able to find wood flooring to match the existing converted porch/dining area and you can't tell what was there from what is new after the finish was applied.   Also, we matched the wood panel on the lower portion of the walls which was also existing in the original dining area.  We removed the bedroom closet and installed cherry cabinets with granite counter to match our kitchen creating a buffet/serving area.  Next to the buffet was an alcove that we turned into a small bar area with wine refrigerator fitting perfectly in the space.  We added recessed lights with dimmers, replaced the windows.  The dining table was found in a second hand store for 100.00 and the leather dining chairs are new.  The walls are deep tan (called poney tail).  The dining room overlooks the family room which is somewhat rustic.   I have a wool oriental rug in dark burgandy, navy and tan but haven't wanted to cover the wood. I would love feedback and decorating ideas for this space. Thank you for looking!, Dining Rooms Design

    Dining room, 1920's, t...

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  • Mid-Century Era Ranch - Livin' Large on a Small Scale, Built in 1950 my tiny 1200 square foot home is completely updated inside and is perfect for me.  It  is painted brick with a slate front porch and wood blinds in the ceiling-to-floor windows.  The yard has mature pecan trees front and back., Home Exterior Design

    Mid-Century Era Ranc...

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  • Front yard, try this in the 100+++ heat of TX, Yards Design

    Front yard

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  • 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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  • 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, 4,713 Views, Flag

  • 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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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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 ...

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  • cowboy room, This bed I designed with the old west in mind.  Illustrating the closet to look like a turn out shed with my happy smiling horse ready for his owner to come on in and play a spell!  I painted the border with cowboy icons and fauxed the wall below the border to add some depth to the wall.  The valances were bought.  I added the cow print fabric.  All artwork is my work. I had a lot of fun!, Boys' Rooms Design

    cowboy room

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  • Spanish Courtyard, Old California Santa Barbara style Spanish Courtyard revamped for today's outdoor living needs updated with bright vibrant color and artiquities.  , Patios & Decks Design

    Spanish Courtyard

    8 photos, 6,117 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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  • HOME IN THE HILLS, OUR HOME A CEDAR COUNTY HOME WITH WRAP AROUND PORCH. , Home Exterior Design

    HOME IN THE HILL...

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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"

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  • 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, 12,522 Views, Flag

  • Amazing Faux Wood Garage Door, Painted aluminum garage doors to look like walnut wood. , Garages Design

    Amazing Faux Wood Ga...

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

    Fresh, hip, modern & f...

    4 photos, 2,463 Views, Flag

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