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  • Stately Kitchen Addition, 75 square foot addition seemingly doubles the size and allows for more appropriate orientation., Kitchens

    Stately Kitchen Addit...

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  • Kitchen Expansion, Traditional styling with modern conveniences made possible by expanding into space previously occupied by the formal dining room., Kitchens

    Kitchen Expansion

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  • Farmhouse Kitchen Remodel, We bought a circa 1790 farm house with a few acres to keep our horses.  After adding a new bathroom and renovating some rooms on the second floor, we had to tackle the small galley kitchen.  The 70's kitchen lacked counter space, storage and room to move around. We knocked out the wall between the kitchen and dining room to create a large eat-in kitchen. In keeping with the historic elements of our home, we chose classic style cabinetry, soapstone counter top, and cupboard latches. Walnut furniture topped with Calcutta marble create a large island for a cook top where family and friends gather. To update the space we chose stainless steel appliances, chrome hardware and lots of recessed lighting.
Our personalities were added to the space with modern crystal pendants [bling for me!] and chrome and leather stools [Wall Street masculine for the hubby]. The random width mosaic marble tile back splash completes the look. We saved lots of money by doing most of the work ourselves. We found the hardware online at closeout prices, the appliances were found at 'scratch and dent' outlets, and we've installed the lighting, back splash, appliances, windows, cabinets, hardware, baseboard and crown molding ourselves., Kitchens

    Farmhouse Kitchen Re...

    11 Photos, 27,970 Views, Flag

  • Bellagio Inspired Master, Updating master bath utilizing existing fixture locations.  Goal of improvements to fulfill customer's experience in the Bellagio Las Vegas Hotel., Bathrooms

    Bellagio Inspired Ma...

    6 Photos, 24,780 Views, Flag

  • SMALL backyard re-do....BIG family project, With the smallest backyard in the neighborhood I never thought we could fit a pool in the space, but this summer we decided to take on the impossible! My husband and I have been DIYers for years, but we have never taken on a project like this. He sketched his ideas on paper, and with the children on board we began to make it happen. We actually did the pool ourselves from start to finish! Help was called in for the privacy wall and concrete decking, but our biggest DIY project is finally complete! , Outdoor Spaces

    SMALL backyard re-do...

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  • No more carpeted kitchen!, We purchased this home in September of 2009 and planned to first concentrate on removing wallpaper (on unprimed walls!) and painting in all rooms, removing the popcorn ceilings and re-plastering in all rooms, in addition to removing the carpet and replacing with hardwood in all common areas.  We also planned to paint the kitchen walls and cabinets to spruce things up a bit while we saved for a complete remodeled kitchen.  Unfortunately, we were so tired by the time we got to the kitchen (we were planning a wedding at the same time!), we decided to keep everything as is until we could afford the remodel!  FINALLY (2 years later), we can say that we are done!, Kitchens

    No more carpeted kitch...

    9 Photos, 25,030 Views, Flag

  • Our French Country Inspired Kitchen Remodel, Boring and neat to Tres Magnifique! Our French Country Style home's kitchen needed to be brought in to the 21st century but we really wanted to keep it in the style and character of the rest of the home., Kitchens

    Our French Country In...

    18 Photos, 27,381 Views, Flag

  • Big WOW for little "dough", I was getting ready to sell this house and knew the kitchen needed an update...the only room I hadn't touched in the 6 years I lived here.  Didn't want to invest much money because I was leaving.  I shopped around various stone "boneyards" and got a great deal on the granite counter tops.  I had professional painters spray my cabinets and paint the walls.  To complete the update,  I had a travertine subway tile back splash installed as well as under mount lights put in.  Total cost for make over $1500, Kitchens

    Big WOW for little "...

    8 Photos, 19,462 Views, Flag

  • More Before / After..., Home exterior updated ..., Home Exteriors

    More Before / After.....

    4 Photos, 4,712 Views, Flag

  • Living Room Renovation, This project was a complete home renovation.  This living room was outdated with green carpet and small sliding doors that led to a sun porch which made the space feel very dark.  We added a wall of doors to the sun porch which brought in natural light.  We also added a hallway with built-ins and a powder room that leads to the kitchen.  This really enhanced the traffic pattern throughout the first floor.  The stair case was also completely rebuilt., Living Spaces

    Living Room Renovati...

    5 Photos, 24,977 Views, Flag

  • Phase II - Zen Deck Transforms City Alley from Wire Nightmare!, Space is limited in the city so I was challenged with how to turn a city alley into the zen paradise I wanted.   It started with building the actual deck above a garage and turned into my first attempt to put all the knowledge I gleaned from HGTV into practical use.  I can't thank HGTV enough for showing me the ropes!!!, Outdoor Spaces

    Phase II - Zen Deck ...

    19 Photos, 20,720 Views, Flag

  • Northwest Seasons - Finally Spring!, Spring is such a pretty time of year in the Northwest! After surviving the long, grey, wet winters, color is a site for sore eyes come May! Just the beginning of the season...it just keeps getting better! As you can probably tell from every room in our house, we LOVE color!, Home Exteriors

    Northwest Seasons - F...

    8 Photos, 17,608 Views, Flag

  • Northwest Outdoor Living...Oregon Style!, This past winter we completed a kitchen addition with doors that opened out into mud :) We've spent the last few weeks redoing our back yard.

The project included large boulders being brought in, new decks and bridges, dry stream bed, sprinkler systems, lighting, a fountain on the patio, concrete patio, new beds and plantings.

All in all we're really happy with the space. We already had a nice canopy of mature trees and in a few years, the new beds should fill in nicely.

We were inspired for this project by our love of the Portland Japanese Gardens. The foliage and simple lines seem to compliment nicely with northwest design. , Outdoor Spaces

    Northwest Outdoor Li...

    13 Photos, 50,826 Views, Flag

  • my yard before and after, Only 11 years of nature to get these beautiful trees., Landscaping

    my yard before and aft...

    6 Photos, 22,521 Views, Flag

  • CLASSIC FARMHOUSE WITH WRAP AROUND PORCH, APPROXIMATELY 150 YEARS OLD, Home Exteriors

    CLASSIC FARMHOU...

    39 Photos, 20,049 Views, Flag

  • From 1959 to 2009 (Before & After)!!!!, Living Spaces

    From 1959 to 2009 (Be...

    6 Photos, 56,186 Views, Flag

  • Hiatus Desert Living, Arizona colors swimming pool and spa create a warm and inviting outdoor living space to enjoy year-around entertaining and relaxing., Outdoor Spaces

    Hiatus Desert Living

    6 Photos, 32,741 Views, Flag

  • Welcoming Foyer-- Hand Painted Wall Art, Used one foyer wall for hand painted Vietri pottery inspired art work. Painted the walls, the chair rail, crown molding, and the front door. Removed popcorn on ceiling and retextured., Entryways & Halls

    Welcoming Foyer-- Ha...

    6 Photos, 7,572 Views, Flag

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