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  • City Alley Deck Becomes Modern Oasis Phase #1, I'm blessed with a rather large garage top deck for the City of Chicago.  Unfortunately, it's in an alley of electrical wires, parked cars, garbage cans and lots of neighbors across the way.  So for phase #1 of designing my oasis in the city I blocked as much of the bad as I could and created a little visual interest with walls and a pergola and some fun lighting for evening get togethers.   And I did the best I could to "frame the sky!"  I will save money over the winter to do phase two of the project including a hot tub under the pergola, a fire pit, new furniture, a water feature and plants.  Phase three of the project (outdoor kitchen) will come at a future date (unless I win the lotto sooner!!), Patios & Decks Design

    City Alley Deck Beco...

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  • vintage/rustic baby boy room,  When i found out I was having a boy i knew it would be quite interesting to figure out how to REALLY decorate it with my flair...I had so much fun with it and am so happy with the way it turned out. I used so many textures( suede curtains cowhide rug and a real wood fence behind the clock) and even used my desk from my childhood as his changing table (after decoupaging painting and antiqueing it of course..lol.) Everything is customized all the bedding down to the lamp and table. Enjoy!, Nurseries Design

    vintage/rustic baby bo...

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  • Kara's Cottage Style Nursery, Our new daughters room was a plain white box.  We added the pine boards to the bottom of the walls to add some character and painted the top half apple green.  Pink was used as an accent color.  This room was done on a budget.  I made the bedding and wall art.  The crib is a yard sale find we painted., Nurseries Design

    Kara's Cottage Style ...

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  • Northwest Contemporary Kitchen Remodel, We purchased our outdated 1964 home 10 years ago and have been remodeling it slowly. We recently finished the kitchen/laundry addition. One of the main drawbacks of our home was the fact that there was no laundry room. The washer and dryer were previously located in a small closet off of the main  hallway. 

After much thought, we decided to include the washer/dryer in the new kitchen area. We'd seen this many times in European homes and decided it would be a good fit for us as well. So far, I've really enjoyed it. I spend a lot of time in the kitchen and it has been really handy! Also the high counter tops over the washer/dryer makes a great buffet area, easily accessible to the patio area (coming soon...)

By far, the most difficult item for me to pick out was the counter tops. I really love the look of cement but was nervous to use it because it's not as durable. After months of looking at different materials we finally decided on quartz counter tops by Caesarstone in Raven. Hard to tell in the photos, but it's a very soft black/deep gray. We went with stained concrete for my table though and I absolutely LOVE it! In fact, it's my favorite part of the kitchen!

I've spent countless hours both watching HGTV and browsing here on the website getting ideas for the remodel. RATE MY SPACE was the source of much inspiration and I've been looking forward to finally adding my own photos to it :)

Our goal was to create a warm, cozy kitchen area that all four of us could enjoy. Used warm colors to help counter the LONG, gray Oregon days. We're happy with the results!

Thanks for taking a look :)
, Kitchens Design

    Northwest Contempora...

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  • Baby Girl's Room, This is our daughter's nursery.  We tried to make it a very soothing room for her.  , Nurseries Design

    Baby Girl's Room

    5 photos, 6,282 Views, Flag

  • contemporary deck, This deck was originally the roof of a covered porch. I enclosed the porch area and made it into a third garage and then I put a rubber roof on it. I built the deck on "sleepers" and it just floats on the roof. The wood is a Brazilian hardwood. I added a cable railing and installed new patio doors in place of the old windows and door to give it a contemporary feel., Patios & Decks Design

    contemporary deck

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  • Baby Room for Our Little Surprise, I wanted a room that was soothing and comforting for mommy and baby.  I didn't want anything that screamed a certain gender because we are waiting to find out., Nurseries Design

    Baby Room for Our Li...

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  • Warm Elegant French Inspired Dining Room, This is the dining room In a house I did about 4 years ago. My client bought a very plain track house and we added architectural details such as pediments over the doors. We also refinished the wood floors in an ebony stain, painted all interior doors and handrails on stairs a brownish black, changed all door hardware to oil rubbed bronze,and replaced all light fixtures. My client has a love for all things French. We had a great time hunting for all of the furnishings. When I took these photos the house was not quite finished. Some of the accessories were not placed and mirrors not yet hung, etc... I hope you like it. , Dining Rooms Design

    Warm Elegant French ...

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  • Lilly's Room, Our second daughter is due February 9 and we couldn't be more excited.  This room was done on a budget and I used/repurposed as much as I could!  We love how it turned out!, Nurseries Design

    Lilly's Room

    12 photos, 4,683 Views, Flag

  • Our farmhouse, Built in 1930, this is our color happy house, often described as 'the hobbit house' by our friends.  , Home Exterior Design

    Our farmhouse

    5 photos, 3,422 Views, Flag

  • Pink Striped Nursery, Little girl's room painted in pink stripes with coordinating harlequin focal wall.  Everything done on a shoe-string budget!  And it was a very thin shoe-string., Nurseries Design

    Pink Striped Nursery

    5 photos, 6,235 Views, Flag

  • Charlotte's Pink Eclectic and Sweet Nursery, Since the moment we found out we were expecting my brain went to work on the nursery! When we found out we were having a girl, I knew I wanted a modern chic room that was sweet and girly, but not "baby-ish". I scoured the internet (thank you, ETSY!) and pulled together what I feel is a beautiful nursery for my little girl! The room is calming and sweet, not too busy, and functional without being messy.

We just love it and hope that she'll look back one day and feel the love we put into each and every detail (:, Nurseries Design

    Charlotte's Pink Ecle...

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  • Mid-Century Modern, This is my home that I designed about 35 years ago.  The exterior is rough sawn cedar stained white, local creek stone, laid in a dry stack manner and large expanses of glass.

        , Home Exterior Design

    Mid-Century Modern

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  • Re-post of Patios, These are updated photos of my patios.  I've changed some things around and added a couple of things.  Hope you like, Patios & Decks Design

    Re-post of Patios

    9 photos, 12,639 Views, Flag

  • Baby room with a modern touch, This is going to be my second baby (due 11/05/08) and I wanted to design something different for her room something totally out of my element - MODERN.  My color design for the room are pink and green as the main colors and brown as the accent color with cherry blossom and giant leave murals on the wall.  The letter "L" will be my baby's first initial.  Enjoy., Nurseries Design

    Baby room with a mode...

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  • Rustyn's Nursery, All elements of this room were hand crafted. The moon, stars, cow, and boots were cut from wood, routed, and hand painted. Rustyn's name was made from rope and mounted to the wall, and the fence was hand drawn and painted on the wall to give a three dimensional look., Nurseries Design

    Rustyn's Nursery

    10 photos, 7,226 Views, Flag

  • New roommate on the way!!,  We just put the finishing touches on the room today and are happy to say it's finished. We weren't able to find a lot of wall art we liked so everything you see we made/painted, except for the monkey painting on the wall shelves. For the race car track, we just painted a couple large canvases and added a stick on race track that you can configure any way you want to. We also have a cute pillow under the window with a similar race car on it that pulls the two together. The other canvases incorporate numbers and letters that are also on the bedding in the crib. Across the the canvases you can see we spelled out our baby's name and just at the least second, we went back and did the 1, 5 and 6 in brown to pull in the brown from the other features in the room as well. For curtains, my wife found a couple bed sheets we liked a lot so she hemmed the bottom of them and there you go, inexpensive curtains that look great. I bought the stainless steel curtain rod to pull together the stainless steel on the bottom of the legs on the crib, dresser and wall shelving brackets too. The chair in the corner came from my office and was originally natural wood colored. I gave it a quick sanding, primed it and then painted it the brown we see throughout the room. My wife did the same thing with the bookcase under the window too. Our goal when putting this room together was not to make it overly baby looking, but we did want an obvious baby look with a little more modern feel to it. We had a blast putting the room together and I think we accomplished out goal. Now we just wait for our new roommate to arrive!!, Nurseries Design

    New roommate on the ...

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  • Enzo's  navy blue room!, This is my son's big boy room. 
I wanted a place a little more grown up than plastic toys all over the place.
The stripes were realy hard to do, but in the future we can give the room a nautical theme.
In the near future I like to see crown molding  and a side table :)
Thanks for looking!, Boys' Rooms Design

    Enzo's navy blue room...

    17 photos, 7,424 Views, Flag

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