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Results found for "heated floors"

  • 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  This living room was outdated with green carpet and small sliding doors that led to a sun porch which made the space feel very dark.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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  • Northwest Contemporary Kitchen Remodel, We purchased our outdated 1964 home 10 years ago and have been remodeling it slowly.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

    Northwest Contempora...

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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...

    14 Photos, 18,043 Views, Flag

  • From the  80s  to   2011, TotalMakeover. Object is to create more space and modern appliances and 
ad value and beauty to my home.
Personalized for me :), Kitchens

    From the 80s to 201...

    5 Photos, 6,308 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, 5,929 Views, Flag

  • Guest Bedroom, I purchased my home last year as a foreclosure. The house required a lot of cosmetic upgrades. The guest bedroom looked like it was orginally setup as an office. It had numerous holes in the wall where shelves used to be, an outdated ceiling fan, and filthy grey carpet. I repainted the room a soft neutral color called Cornerstone, had laminate floors installed, and added a newer ceiling fan., Bedrooms

    Guest Bedroom

    6 Photos, 3,360 Views, Flag

  • Kitchen Folding Door Addition, 8-foot kitchen addition with flagstone patio, upper floor roof deck and main floor mud room., Kitchens

    Kitchen Folding Door ...

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  • Complete Living Room Remodels, By using a glossy paint and changing the light structure we were able to bring out the liveliness in this gorgeous living room. Installing hardwood floors changed the look to of the space to be more modern and relaxing., Living Spaces

    Complete Living Room...

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  • Living Room Rescued from 1970s, This space had not been touched since the 1970's with musty drapes, drab walls, dated hardware, stained carpet, ugly tile and a hideous front door. Within a year we disposed of the drapes and installed new <a href="http://www.horizonshutters.com">solid wood interior plantation shutters</a>.We also removed the popcorn ceiling, replaced tile and carpet in favor of hardwood floors, painted the walls, installed lighting, and replaced the front door and interior doors. The space is far more livable after the transformation., Living Spaces

    Living Room Rescued f...

    2 Photos, 607 Views, Flag

  • Transitional Kitchen Remodel, This newly updated transitional kitchen started out in desperate need of a makeover. My team and I went in and took out the wallpaper, painted the walls a rich grey, created a custom one level island, modified the existing cabinets, added granite, updated the lighting, added cabinet hardware, and completed the look with a few simple accessories. 

The space is now sleek, sophisticated, and more functional. The best part is that it feels much more spacious without the busy wallpaper. The client is happier than ever, and her dream kitchen is no longer a dream, but a reality., Kitchens

    Transitional Kitchen ...

    6 Photos, 1,216 Views, Flag

  • From French Country Kitsch to French Country Elegance, We decided to overhaul our severely outdated and equally tiny kitchen and ended up adding 300 sq ft to our house, improving our kitchen, dining room and outside space.  We lived in our house during the process.  The process affected most of our first floor and I found myself pregnant with a two year old, living with my husband in one room-doing dishes in the hall bathroom and grilling dinner on our driveway.  We extended our kitchen, added a pantry, breakfast area, bar area and reconfigured our dining room and the layout of our deck.  , Kitchens

    From French Country ...

    20 Photos, 3,989 Views, Flag

  • Strouss Master Bath, Spa inspired, Bathrooms

    Strouss Master Bath

    6 Photos, 65 Views, Flag

  • Open Concept Kitchen in 1960's Ranch, White and Gray Ikea kitchen cabinets with Atlantic Salt quartz countertops, Kitchens

    Open Concept Kitchen ...

    4 Photos, 291 Views, Flag

  • Cape Cod Rejuvenation, Living on Cape Cod is a lot like living back in 1957 - relaxed, safe and very nostalgic.  But we were happy to finally say "See Ya!" to our tired old 1957 bathroom, replete with pink tiles, pink bathtub and formica countertop.    , Bathrooms

    Cape Cod Rejuvenation

    10 Photos, 1,298 Views, Flag

  • Fancy Floors, We are here to help you choose which floor is best for you. There are plenty of Eco-friendly floors to pick from including Wood Floors, Linoleum floors, Cork floors, Rubber-cork-blend floors, Concrete floors, and Terrazzo floors and more., Living Spaces

    Fancy Floors

    9 Photos, 232 Views, Flag

  • One of my Favorite Bathroom Remodel projects, Shower remodel by http://www.floorbarn.com. This project was in Burleson, TX. The shower floor is a river rock pebble by Emser tile. A cool touch is the utilization of the granite on the ledges, shower bench and corner shelves, it matches the granite countertop on the vanity., Bathrooms

    One of my Favorite Ba...

    3 Photos, 6,942 Views, Flag

  • Old House Takes on New Life, This is my daughters "new to her" home.  It was built we think in the early '50s and required a lot of vision and just old fashioned hard work - but it's turning out to be just as cute as can be.  These are just 90% pics of the final product but worth taking a look at!!, Living Spaces

    Old House Takes on Ne...

    18 Photos, 4,074 Views, Flag

  • Southwestern Transitional Basement Remodel, This basement was empty and the clients desired a space that they could retreat to and entertain comfortably in. We reframed the basement to an open floor plan concept and added coffered ceilings in most rooms. The Southwestern color scheme was inspired as they used to live in New Mexico and loved the rich colors used out there. They are more transitional people so we used lots of clean lines and contemp elements to give the basement a clean but inviting feel, Living Spaces

    Southwestern Transiti...

    13 Photos, 931 Views, Flag

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