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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, 11,805 Views, Flag

  • Modern Comfort, Hundreds of trees, hillside setting, the inside and outside blend as one.  I designed this house is in Algonquin, IL  www.jeffwhyte.com, Home Exterior Design

    Modern Comfort

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  • The Gazebo Garden, My husband and I constructed this garden to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary. Our boys helped to build the patio and retaining wall. It's our favorite place to hang out in the summer.  The gazebo is screened in so we don't have to worry about bugs.  There are four large maple trees surrounding the gazebo so it is cool and breezy.  We have a hammock strung up between two of the trees and it's a great place to nap or relax. The hammock is big enough for both of us so we use this as a spot to reconnect with each other after a busy week., Gardens Design

    The Gazebo Garden

    15 photos, 5,947 Views, Flag

  • Modern Cottage Dining Made Simple, Dining room with self-service breakfast bar which includes icemaker, sink and refrigerator.  Seating for eight with an additional breakfast bar seating for four, Dining Rooms Design

    Modern Cottage Dinin...

    1 photo, 14,182 Views, Flag

  • 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

    3 photos, 6,990 Views, Flag

  • casual chic dining, This room is the first one you see when you enter my house so I wanted it to be beautiful.  I love chandeliers, and I love dark woods.  I went monochromatic and started with the chair fabric, then went on from there.  I know the chandelier is too low, but I hung it before I added the crystals and they were very long!!  I just haven't had the desire to move everything and get it raised... maybe soon :), Dining Rooms Design

    casual chic dining

    7 photos, 19,018 Views, Flag

  • 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, 5,739 Views, Flag

  • small dining area..., As always,decorating my rental apt on a very small budget.....My kitchen lacked "storage" {we can't add/remove extend or do much to our kitchen} so.my hubby and I debated on whether to add a buffet table or built benches... We opted for benches because I figured if we added more furniture it would look/feel crowded and cluttered,.by adding the benches it allowed for much needed storage and seating

I'm thinking of replacing the DIY CLOCK with mirror and sconces or large wall art but for now clock stays until I find that "special" something...

P.S.My hubby built the benches,added wainscoting,chair rail,window casing and framed dining area opening with molding

, Dining Rooms Design

    small dining area...

    8 photos, 1,152 Views, Flag

  • Traditional Gold Dining Room, This is my formal Dining Room.  Double tray ceiling, hardwood floors.  Some changes to be made.  See individual pics for explanations., Dining Rooms Design

    Traditional Gold Dini...

    9 photos, 3,058 Views, Flag

  • Cabana and Pool, Cabana with full kitchen, bath, loft and 1 car garage.  Connected to the main house via 30ft elevated breezeway.  Outdoor fireplace, wood pizza oven and grilling area.  Natural rock pool., Pools Design

    Cabana and Pool

    21 photos, 4,605 Views, Flag

  • Western, Texas, Ranch Room, This is my 3 year old grandson's room. My house has a western/southwestern decor therefore a little buckaroo room is perfect for him., Boys' Rooms Design

    Western, Texas, Ranc...

    16 photos, 4,617 Views, Flag

  • The Moveable Playhouse!, We are currently renting a house with a small backyard... I wanted to build a playhouse for my boys that could be completely taken apart and moved.  I also wanted something that would 'attract' rather than 'detract' from our exterior space.  I built it in the garage for two reasons... I knew it was going to be tricky working in the hot New Mexico sun and was worried about wood warping and second, it ensured that I would be able to take it apart.  Amazingly, I only had to cut off one misplaced screw in order to drop the walls and move it out!  The whole project took about two weeks working on a part time basis... now I've got a list of parents that would like me to help them build one for their kids in their backyards!, Other Spaces Design

    The Moveable Playhou...

    15 photos, 7,488 Views, Flag

  • Change is good!, The dining room is a great place to express your creative side from time to time.  When they say "centerpiece" I like to think out of the box a bit. For example, it does NOT always need to be in the center...I like to put my "centerpiece" off center toward one end of this long table. This time I used my rustic pots....a little oil pot (or something with a handle) and some FAKE ...yes, FAKE apples.  I put the apples in a bed of moss. I find that by throwing in a couple of REAL apples to an arrangement like this can fool the eye into not seeing that the apples are not real. I also added an old carved teak piece of wood laying at an angle on the table.  I kind of like using this artificial fruit if it looks real enough and I do not need to worry if an apple is going bad in my arrangement.....we look at these and eat the real ones!!!  Carole www.carolemeyerart.com, Dining Rooms Design

    Change is good!

    4 photos, 8,522 Views, Flag

  • Older Boys Bedroom , Bed room for older son in a 1934 Cape Cod. Wood walls and floors original to house.  Worked in a nautical theme. , Boys' Rooms Design

    Older Boys Bedroom

    4 photos, 6,793 Views, Flag

  • Sun Room, This room was a screened in porch before the previous owners enclosed it.  Only they left the exterior siding on the house, indoor/outdoor carpet, exterior window and paneling up.  So we finished the job when we moved in... My husband did all the work except for the built in seat... we hired a carpenter to do that for us., Other Spaces Design

    Sun Room

    7 photos, 1,280 Views, Flag

  • Adventure Travel, We travel, with the kids, a lot, and I wanted my son's room to have a travel theme like his sister's room.  Hers is chic, his is all about adventure!  Indiana Jones and vintage travel were the main inspirations.  He loves his new room!, Boys' Rooms Design

    Adventure Travel

    13 photos, 7,356 Views, Flag

  • Backyard Paradise, Two level patio area with gas fire pit, two eating areas, water feature and hot tub.  We used left over granite from another project, the benches are scrap wood pieces glued together sanded and stained.  This entire space was done by my husband and I with a little help from our friends taking about 6 week-ends, Patios & Decks Design

    Backyard Paradise

    4 photos, 7,146 Views, Flag

  • 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...

    17 photos, 1,966 Views, Flag

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