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  • Boy Barn Theme Room, This is our Son's Bedroom we just remodeled using Old Barn Siding and Wood from his Grandparents place :-), Bedrooms Design

    Boy Barn Theme Room

    Added: Sep 22, 2014

    5 photos, 619 Views, Flag

  • Ugh - too much orange-tinted wood in the kitchen!, The kitchen has too much wood.  Cabinets are Maple, but have turned orangeish colored over the past 14 years.  The oak floor also has an "orange" hue.    How can we diminish the orange tones while not considering replacing the cabinets and the hardwood flooring??   Ideas for paint/colors, etc?, Kitchens Design

    Ugh - too much orange-...

    Added: Sep 20, 2014

    3 photos, 624 Views, Flag

  • Old refrigerator gets new look with ..... WALLPAPER?    ;-), My old refrigerator was working just fine on the inside, but on the outside, it was totally showing its age.  So, I tried something totally crazy and I think it turned out pretty well!, Kitchens Design

    Old refrigerator gets ...

    Added: Sep 17, 2014

    6 photos, 727 Views, Flag

  • Covered Deck Update, After adding a roof to our deck it changed everything about out living space.  We changed the access door to the deck and redesigned the stairs and squared the previous deck angled corners.  We LOVE it!!!, Patios & Decks Design

    Covered Deck Update

    Added: Sep 17, 2014

    4 photos, 446 Views, Flag

  • cottage bunk house, A cottage toolshed gets transformed into a super sweet bunk house! Check out this DIY makeover featuring floating bunk beds, gray washed wood, navy blue, brass accents, and lots of white. 

The full before + after and project info can be found here: http://thesweetestdigs.com/2014/09/11/nautical-bunkie-makeover-reveal/, Bedrooms Design

    cottage bunk house

    Added: Sep 16, 2014

    6 photos, 426 Views, Flag

  • Piano Room, When I first bought this townhome, in San Dimas, CA I knew I wanted to make it in to something special. I've been playing piano for about 18 years, and I wanted my Piano Room to be one of the most highlighted rooms of my home. Although not pictured, the room was originally equipped with brown carpet and semi gloss white paint. Before I moved in, my boyfriend and I laid down new laminate wood flooring ourselves and repainted this room "Pavilion Beige" (Sherwin Williams). But after seeing my piano in it, it was dark, still felt empty and I wanted something bright and bold. Contrary to most, I decided to not let my piano be the absolute main focal point of the room. I decided that I wanted wallpaper solely on the back wall to be my main focal point and to make the rest of the room look as simplistic and natural as possible. At first glance I wanted people to initially notice the wallpaper and then notice my beautiful piano and all of the accessories within it. 

WALLPAPER/PAINT:
I went with this beautiful wallpaper called "Majestic Teal" from Graham & Brown. I also wound up painting the rest of the room "Pure White" by Sherwin Williams to make the room look brighter but still warm. It was also important to find a white that would look good with the lighting in my room and also against the Teal/Gold Wallpaper

LIGHTING:
Because of the bold wallpaper choice and of course my bold piano in a smaller room I decided to go with something a little more simplistic. The "Mobile Small Pendant" from West Elm. Although not truly captured here, it's completely beautiful and gives the room enough lighting with 6 Edison Style Lightbulbs :) This lighting choice was a little bit more on the rustic/industrial side in comparison to all of the other choices in the room.

SHELVES:
The shelves were completely DIY and it was my first time ever making shelves from scratch. Since the lighting was a little industrial I decided to make my shelving industrial as well. With galvanized piping being the supporting beams from the shelves, and distressing the wood like crazy. 

The best part of this room was that it was completely DIY and the wallpaper/repaint/lighting/shelving was done for less than $500! 

1. Graham & Brown Wallpaper: $70 (on sale)
2. West Elm Lighting: $161 (on sale)
3. Shelves: $140
4. Sherwin Williams Paint: $100 
Total: $471, Other Spaces Design

    Piano Room

    Added: Sep 15, 2014

    3 photos, 171 Views, Flag

  • Relaxing Master Bedroom, We have been adding little bits to this room for a year now! Finally I found bedding I LOVE and that I feel fits the space. I have collected several things now to hand above the tall dresser but haven't done it yet. That's pretty much all that's left! We do want to update the flooring though to a darker wood or maybe laminate. We're very happy with it so far though! I apologize for the bad quality photos. Used my cell phone., Bedrooms Design

    Relaxing Master Bedr...

    Added: Sep 14, 2014

    8 photos, 555 Views, Flag

  • Modern Kitchen Inspired by an Old Stove, Twenty years ago when I saw an old stove in an antique store, I swear I heard angels singing and I began to dream of owning one of these gems someday. This summer we made that dream come true by designing out kitchen remodel around a completely restored 1952 Wedgewood stove that we purchased from Buckeye Appliance in Stockton, CA., Kitchens Design

    Modern Kitchen Inspi...

    Added: Sep 13, 2014

    10 photos, 636 Views, Flag

  • Turkish Tile Bathroom, We had hand-painted tiles from Turkey and were dying to use them. This bathroom features not just the Turkish tiles, but fine maple cabinets with raised panels and an Eleganza tile plank floor that looks like barnboard. The shower and toilet are raised to allow for open beam ceilings downstairs., Bathrooms Design

    Turkish Tile Bathroo...

    Added: Sep 12, 2014

    6 photos, 516 Views, Flag

  • Vintage Modern Boho Master Bedroom, Vintage Modern meets hippy/boho in a colorful yet minimalistic approach to a relaxing space nestled in nature. The master bedroom of my dreams. Wrapped in sliding glass doors for the sweetest mountain morning view., Bedrooms Design

    Vintage Modern Boho ...

    Added: Sep 12, 2014

    3 photos, 350 Views, Flag

  • Decorate your walls with colored textures using faux painting, There are many alternatives to simple wall painting techniques these days. And amid all the other techniques, faux finishing, which adds various textures to your walls is a style that is gaining popularity by the day. 

Faux painting requires applying different glazes to the wall, in order to achieve a textured surface that’s far more pleasing and creative than other painting procedures. Painting services Chicagohave mastered the art of faux and decorative printing techniques. Painting contractors Chicago take up job orders for faux painting home interiors and expand the concept of colors indoors. 

By using your inspiration as source (if you have a suggestion) or otherwise thriving on their experience, painting contractors can transform your home’s surface into an appealing and visually stunning décor with simple faux painting techniques.
 
Faux painting is used to create textures and depth in the room walls. Professional painters are expert at a large variety of faux painting techniques, which create a wide effect for your home. Painting contractors Lincoln Park for example, will have a team of skilled faux painting professionals who would be apt in delivering to any kind of design you demand. 

So, if your home needs faux finishing, contact a painting contractor and be certainthat you will get the best advice and assistance in choosing the perfect color and texture to set the mood as you enter the room. 

Painting contractors from Park Ridge recently listed out a few things every faux painter should know before starting a faux finishing job to be completely satisfied with the finished product: 

• A painting contractor must know the scale of the job
• Should be familiar with the surface to be painted
• Should be versed with physical elements including lighting and flooring

Beauty of faux painting

There is large choice in the variety of faux painting techniques – it can be done on all kinds of surfaces including stone, wood and POP. Faux finishes can range from stand-out to subtle. So, if you want to faux paint your room to look anything like it has looked before – contact an expert painting contractor today., Home Offices Design

    Decorate your walls w...

    Added: Sep 12, 2014

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  • Master Bath Remodel, Master Bath remodel, Bathrooms Design

    Master Bath Remodel

    Added: Sep 10, 2014

    11 photos, 459 Views, Flag

  • Upscale Farmhouse remodel, Decaying farmhouse has a second chance at life.  It was in imminent danger (the previous owner wanted it sold or razed - and that's where we stepped in)., Home Exterior Design

    Upscale Farmhouse re...

    Added: Sep 10, 2014

    4 photos, 317 Views, Flag

  • RV Bathroom, Bathroom from a 1990 park model RV.  Tiny, only 3 ft X 6 ft (hence the extreme close up pics).  Previous decor was brown, brown, and more brown 1990s stained wood and wood-like materials, with an ackward layout and the toilet paper dispenser inside the sink base.  We replaced everything- new beadboard on the walls, vanity/sink/faucet, cabinets, mirror, floors tub, toilet.  New vanity is only 11" deep, saving valuable floor space in such a small space., Bathrooms Design

    RV Bathroom

    Added: Sep 3, 2014

    12 photos, 526 Views, Flag

  • Proulx Family Home, my front and back yard, Home Exterior Design

    Proulx Family Home

    Added: Sep 3, 2014

    18 photos, 176 Views, Flag

  • Foyer Update, This is the foyer in our 1894 Farmhouse Victorian home.  The walls used to be all white on the first floor and white and blue wallpaper on the second., Other Spaces Design

    Foyer Update

    Added: Sep 3, 2014

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  • Asymmetrical Kitchen Remodel, Before moving into this newly purchased home, the owners had an opportunity to remodel the kitchen. Built in 1990, this kitchen was compartmentalized and outdated. The island was too small and a bottleneck formed between the island and refrigerator. The owners wanted to open up the space to the living and dining areas. 

Inspired by Mexican contemporary architecture, the kitchen was transformed. The tile backsplash, dark counters and small island were all removed. The florescent light box was swapped with cool pendants and recessed lighting. A new kitchen sink is now located under a new picture box window allowing views to the street. Overhead cabinets in a bright, fun hue and open wood shelving with accent lighting and decorative tile bring functionality to the space. The cooktop remains in the enlarged, asymmetrical island and now accommodates seating. Some appliances were updated and a new pantry with additional storage was constructed around the refrigerator. Finishing the look is new Brazilian Pecan hardwood flooring. 

Now this family has an updated, contemporary kitchen that is open to the living spaces and can freely enjoy hosting friends and family. 

Photography by Paul Finkel, Kitchens Design

    Asymmetrical Kitchen...

    Added: Aug 28, 2014

    14 photos, 488 Views, Flag

  • Small Kitchen, Big Impact, We took our kitchen from the 80's to the present, all under budget.  We recycled most of our appliances, worked with 90% of our existing floor plan and turned it into a family-friendly space using Home Depot's design team, an independent contractor, Martha Stewart cabinets, and a lot of patience. Three weeks, a new doorway, and various Happy Meals later, we were done., Kitchens Design

    Small Kitchen, Big I...

    Added: Aug 28, 2014

    10 photos, 500 Views, Flag

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