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Results found for "BEACH"

  • A must see transformation! B & A From laundry room to formal entry., Before this was literally a crack house and it had a weird "crack" layout! You walked through the main door entrance only to run into a washer and dryer., Entryways & Halls

    A must see transforma...

    11 Photos, 7,378 Views, Flag

  • Beachy-Bathroom  Bliss, This is our one and only small bathroom in our 1930's twin home.  It was a total gut job and we spent evenings and weekends a total of 2 months to completely re-do this room.  We are always inspired by Pottery Barn so got some ideas from there.  Wanted to add--the paint color is Buxton Blue by Benjamin Moore.  Enjoy!  Thanks to everyone who have left such glowing comments!!!  Never would we have thought our little bathroom would get such rave reviews.  We just added a few before pics!  , Bathrooms

    Beachy-Bathroom Bli...

    7 Photos, 68,205 Views, Flag

  • Modern / Industrial Kitchen Remodel, We started by painting the walls.  After 3 attempts at trying to find the right color we finally settled on Benjamin Moore-Kingsport Gray. We moved on to painting the cabinets black and changing out the hardware with pulls we bought from Ebay Store "Hinges and More".  We retrofit the kitchen sink cabinet to fit a new farmhouse sink.  We added under cabinet and overhead lighting.  We hired a fabricator to install the Giallo Beach granite we picked out for the countertop and the Bedrosian Ice Crackle MGICG2 Mosaic Glass tile backsplash.  I ordered the island/table from the IKEA - Udden Console.  By removing the backsplash on the console I was able to repurpose, what is meant to be a cabinet base, for additional workspace and seating., Kitchens

    Modern / Industrial K...

    11 Photos, 42,092 Views, Flag

  • Small Efficient Kitchen. "oh and gorgeous", Colorful recycled glass mosaic counter top. Home-made tide pool out of glass., Kitchens

    Small Efficient Kitc...

    16 Photos, 28,596 Views, Flag

  • Coastal Meditation and Memorial Garden, Taking a weedy, neglected mass of a rose bush and making it into a spectacular back yard garden., Landscaping

    Coastal Meditation an...

    3 Photos, 289 Views, Flag

  • Picnic Point Beach House, Complete interior and exterior renovation/restoration of a long abandoned 6500+s.f. Washington beach front esate, Home Exteriors

    Picnic Point Beach Ho...

    44 Photos, 1,236 Views, Flag

  • Beach Bomb Condo to Beachy Delight, We bought this beach side condo and nothing had been done to it since about 1980. We did all the work ourselves and are delighted with our new beach getaway., Living Spaces

    Beach Bomb Condo to ...

    23 Photos, 3,570 Views, Flag

  • Seascape, A 2bd/2ba beach condo built in 1970's was totally renovated. It is now a comfortable vacation home for rest and relaxation!, Kitchens

    Seascape

    7 Photos, 1,969 Views, Flag

  • Termites Ate My Kitchen and Family Room!, Termites ate my family room and kitchen...and that was a good thing. A DIY make over ensued after the little buggers were treated. Absolute Black granite counter tops and back splash, Chinese ash Shaker style cabinets, Bombay Salsette ceramic tile flooring, bead board ceiling. From demo to done in 4 weeks., Kitchens

    Termites Ate My Kitc...

    7 Photos, 9,405 Views, Flag

  • Enclosing the back porch, We had a screened porch across the back of our house that we decided to enclose. The the remodel extended the kitchen, and created a "beach" room and a craft room., Living Spaces

    Enclosing the back por...

    2 Photos, 3,904 Views, Flag

  • Long awaited kitchen and bath remodel, We renovated our 1920's seaside cottage after 10 long years of waiting.  The kitchen remodel removed the wall between the old kitchen and largely unused formal dining room and created one open space, and also added a much-needed second bath to the home.  The new space includes a 3/4 bath in the corner of the old kitchen, the only bath on the main floor; a casual dining booth on one side; and a more formal dining area with a bay window seat on the other.  The compact kitchen with island is now in the center of the space where the wall separating the kitchen and dining room were located., Kitchens

    Long awaited kitchen a...

    7 Photos, 2,293 Views, Flag

  • Secret Garden, A freehand garden design with asian influence. Planted on an original weed covered hill and 95% completed entirely by the owner over a 21 year labor of love. , Landscaping

    Secret Garden

    10 Photos, 2,149 Views, Flag

  • Out with the old - still in progress!, Like many, we had a large oval roman tub that NEVER gets used and takes up too much space.  We also had a shower that was tiny that we use daily.  Add builder grade vanities that had some useless space and it all added up to "time for all of this to go!"  This remodel is still ongoing, so will update with new photos as the project progresses.  Hope to be done in 7-10 days!, Bathrooms

    Out with the old - sti...

    19 Photos, 2,084 Views, Flag

  • 70s Beach Condo Kitchen Remodel, Updated a 70s beach condo kitchen to a more timeless, classic look.

, Kitchens

    70s Beach Condo Kitch...

    7 Photos, 11,363 Views, Flag

  • Bathroom on the Beach!!, Our 1940s beach cottage has screaming personality except when it came to the one (and only) bathroom.  The original space contained your basic tub with shower, stock vanity and toilet and white tile floor.  We wanted to change plain into P'ZOW!!  Our remodel design recreated the bathroom space into the look and feel of standing on the dune, feet in the sand overlooking the beautiful blue ocean.  We used our inovative thoughts and found the materials and craftsmanship to create this one of a kind oasis.  The design carefully used geometrics of round and square to set off the fixtures, mirror and toilet.  Have you ever seen a square toilet?  The custom floor inlay represents the sand with the carefully layed stone floor to accent.  We used special shells and treasures we found from our own beach as well as favorite vacation spots to complete the boxes decor.  We topped it off by inserting custom inlays in the door to give you the feel of walking through the dune grasses as you enter.   , Bathrooms

    Bathroom on the Beach...

    7 Photos, 3,800 Views, Flag

  • Sunny sunroom, We had an uninsulated room that was freezing in the winter and hot in the summer. Wanted to use the room as a family room, so we extended the wetbar and added a teak breakfast counter/workspace.  We designed it so it would be multi-function; to watch the t.v., craft, or eat at the table.  It also has a wine fridge under, and a sink for a bar.  With two skylights that open and double-paned windows that open, it brought a cross-flow of air to prevent from using the a.c.  Also, the heated porcelain floor tile comes in handy in the cooler winters by the beach.  , Living Spaces

    Sunny sunroom

    3 Photos, 471 Views, Flag

  • Downsized, and unbelievable, Whole house remodel and addition, this is our retirement home., Living Spaces

    Downsized, and unbeli...

    10 Photos, 3,665 Views, Flag

  • Beach House Remodel, 8 bedrooms and large great room remodel.  We bought this rental home in June 2012 and needed to remodel from Plain Jane with granny design to beach chic that puts it on the hot list in Nags Head NC.  We called it the SunFish and jumped in as soon as the ink was dry., Bedrooms

    Beach House Remodel

    20 Photos, 1,807 Views, Flag

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