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Results found for "dark wood cabinetry"

  • Old Dark Bedroom Turned Glam Dressing Room!, I designed this remodel for a client whose daughter left home and she wanted to do something with her old bedroom. What better than to turn this unused space into every woman's dream space! Equipped with custom closet cabinetry and a mini-library, this is the perfect woman's getaway. 

www.EmilyTaitDesigns.com, Bedrooms

    Old Dark Bedroom Tur...

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  • Farmhouse Hall Bathroom, We bought an old farmhouse with 5 bedrooms and 1 bathroom upstairs, and decided to turn one of the small bedrooms into a hall bath with a laundry area attached. 
Jerusalem gold tumbled marble 12x12 floor tiles set on the diagonal, oil-rubbed bronze wall mounted fixtures, rustic stacked stone, and dark mahogany cabinetry combined gave me the modern Italian/Spanish vibe I was going for. I fell in love with the rustic mosaic stone and created a back splash behind the vessel sinks. Custom vanity to make use of every inch of wall space.
Keeping it clean with white sink basins, but chose to do top mounted bowls to give a nod to the old-fashioned charm of nightstand wash bowls. Kept costs down by ordering the basins and fixtures at online outlets, mirrors and hardware at closeout, and pendants from big-box stores. My awesome hubby  did all the tile work, although cutting on the diagonal is a lot of work. , Bathrooms

    Farmhouse Hall Bathr...

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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...

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  • 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...

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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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  • No more dark isolated kitchen, Brighten an existing kitchen and open it up to the flanking unused living space., Kitchens

    No more dark isolated ...

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  • From dysfunctional to functional and beautiful, Our coastal 1925 cottage had been added onto several times.  Unfortunately the kitchen  was pieced together with shotty workmanship and bits and pieces of left over materials.  The entire floor structure, electrical,  plumbing and windows had to be replaced which added quite a bit to our estimated costs.  4 months later we have a warm, cozy, rustic space with just enough modern appeal.  Truly a place now to gather with family and friends.  On to the next project......, Kitchens

    From dysfunctional to ...

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  • 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...

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  • Stoney Side before & after, My home is located on wooded land w/ a colonial-farm house exterior look, interior was a train wreck until our remodel this past year and still going strong. , Living Spaces

    Stoney Side before & a...

    12 Photos, 41,635 Views, Flag

  • Contemporary Living/Dining Room Remodel, Here's a before and after look at a contemporary living/dining room I just remodelled, Living Spaces

    Contemporary Living/...

    8 Photos, 34,686 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

    casual chic dining

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  • Tuscan Style Heavenly Kitchen!!!!!, I tell my husband almost everyday how much I love my new kitchen - which he "built" for me!  I had the typical 60's or 70's kitchen which only had enough space for one cook and where you felt isolated from the rest of the home.  We demolished a cinder block wall that kept me divided and lonely from the dining/living area and created this fabulous Great Room.  Now, when we have gatherings, everyone always sits around the huge island in the center.  Couldn't be more thrilled!!!!!, Kitchens

    Tuscan Style Heavenly...

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  • Warm & Cozy Craftsman Living Room, I love sitting in my living room. People have referred to it as warm cozy inviting etc. I attribute it to the generous amount of wood (mahogany ebony Brazilian cherry American cherry) used and the natural stone fireplace., Entryways & Halls

    Warm & Cozy Craftsma...

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  • Casual. Comfortable. Modern?, Old on the outside, new on the inside: 1884 rowhouse in a city neighborhood, updated on a budget with simple materials and lots of DIY. It's a small home, but high ceilings and plenty of built-ins make it feel open and comfortable. I've kept things pretty neutral because I like to change the feeling of the space with fresh ART..., Living Spaces

    Casual. Comfortable. ...

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  • Disasterous2Glamorous-Living/Dining B&A, It's a good thing RMS doesn't have smellevision! This dated house was occupied by tenants for many years, and needed to be totally rennovated from floor to ceiling before putting it on the market. We removed the 70's railing,scraped the popcorn celings,retextured the walls before painting,added crown moulding,new wood floors,gave the fireplace a complete makeover,and really changed the whole feel of the house by opening up a wall with an archway. We couldn't be more thrilled as it sold the same day,with 15 offers and for $55k over asking price! We're still in shock!, Living Spaces

    Disasterous2Glamorou...

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  • Classy Dining Room Makeover-Before and Afters, This dining room had an 80's vibe before-now it has more of a casual elegance Tommy Bahama feel. All new furniture with hand carved banana leaf details new lighting including a new granite pendant to replace the old  chandelier. The crown moulding finishes it off., Dining Rooms

    Classy Dining Room M...

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  • Tree House Kitchen, A remodeled 80's kitchen. We replaced the window, made much larger to enjoy the view, replaced old floor tile with cypress flooring and removed a couple of walls to make area larger.  The old cabinets were replaced, new appliances and new lighting.  The island is two old Eastern Airline ticket booths and the top of an old drafting table, the island is not completely finished.  The walls are bead-board painted with black milk paint. The ceiling is covered with recycled cedar paneling from downstairs. The design was done by myself, no fancy designers... hope I made no serious mistakes!!  Let me know what ya think., Kitchens

    Tree House Kitchen

    11 Photos, 25,179 Views, Flag

  • Fun Family Room, We transformed this space from a dark and dreary room into this light and bright space we want to spend all our time in. We painted the paneling and the ceiling and painted the trim work and beams white for a crisp contrast. The hardwood floors add a lot to this room., Living Spaces

    Fun Family Room

    11 Photos, 6,008 Views, Flag

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