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Results found for "lighting"

  • Energy Efficient Lighting, A beautiful way to illuminate any room in the home can be as simple as the lighting you put in it. Through lighting, you have the ability to direct attention on the things you want people to notice. Lighting has the ability to make a ugly room beautiful and vice versa.There are many different lighting options available to fit any room and space, including to but not limited to the following: trim lighting, accent lighting, and recessed lighting., Living Spaces

    Energy Efficient Ligh...

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  • Modern Victorian Remodel, Poised for a change in perspective, this remodeled Victorian pied-a-terre sits like a jewel atop the hill in Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. A true diamond in the rough, we saw the opportunity to return the architecture to its former beauty by showcasing the vaulted-ceilings. Like a faceted stone, the changing sky refracts light through the chandeliers, and showers the walls with dynamic prisms. Black and white, angled and curved, classical and modern all coexist in this little gem., Living Spaces

    Modern Victorian Rem...

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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...

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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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  • Strouss Master Bath, Spa inspired, Bathrooms

    Strouss Master Bath

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  • Yup, same house., We knocked out a wall and replaced it with an island that seats 10., Kitchens

    Yup, same house.

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  • 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 ...

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  • Integrated Contemporary Bath, Warming blend of textures, colors and ergonomic features that meld contemporary design with the traditional home., Bathrooms

    Integrated Contempora...

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  • Las Vegas Bathroom Remodel, This is actually my personal home. We bought our first home for our growing family. Built in the 80's without any upgrades we decided to tear out everything including many walls and pretty much make it a open grey shell. I took it and ran. ;), Bathrooms

    Las Vegas Bathroom R...

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

    Open Concept Kitchen ...

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  •  1970's modern to New modern, We needed to change our 1970's red oak and white laminate modular kitchen to our concept that reflects and respects the houses modern architecture. We removed all of the cabinets, appliances, flooring and lighting plus relocated windows. New cabinets in a color called "smoke" with stainless hardware, granite countertops, glass backsplash, maple hardwood floors and the addition of cable and pendant lighting created this new look., Kitchens

    1970's modern to New ...

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  • A Chef's Delight, Our plan was to take an old outdated Kitchen Space that was cut off from the rest of the Living Space and make it easily accessible from the Dining/Living Room/Sitting Room, acquire more storage and make it a Chef's Dream., Kitchens

    A Chef's Delight

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  • Scottdale Kitchen Transformation, This was a complet kitchen makeover. It includes quartz countertops,  soft close cabinets, recessed can lighting, under cabinet lighting, solar tube lighting,  and tile backslash with pot filler at the cook top., Kitchens

    Scottdale Kitchen Tra...

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  • Nature themed nursury for a baby girl, Before our first child was born, we committed to a bedroom/bathroom renovation.  The only bathroom on the first floor had to be accessed through the bedroom, which wouldn't do.  In the baby's room, we hired a contractor to move the door, construct a new wall, replace windows, remove sliding glass doors, and install new lighting. For the decor, we chose cheerful colors of lavender and green with plenty of white and dark brown for contrast.  The decor has a woodland flair with trees and creatures of the forest., Bedrooms

    Nature themed nursury ...

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  • The Ugliest Pink Kitchen on the Planet, A TOTAL overhaul.  Demo everything down to the studs  DIY'd floor tile, drywall, marble tile countertops, painting.  Contractor rerun plumbing and electric, put in kitchen pass through, install new cabinets.  All new appliances.  Floor and ceiling joists needed redoing as well.  Awesome.  , Kitchens

    The Ugliest Pink Kitc...

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  • Painted Cabinets no more!, Old dated cabinets, to painted - get me by for a while cabinets, to custom dream kitchen cabinets!  , Kitchens

    Painted Cabinets no m...

    5 Photos, 6,558 Views, Flag

  • Updated kitchen within same footprint, Our home was built in 2003, and the before pictures show the  builder's grade options.  We had Corian counter tops and an island with a breakfast bar.  We enjoyed this galley kitchen and it fit our needs when it came to just cooking for ourselves.  Five years ago we started to hold charity dinners in our home, and the counter top space and our range (Kitchenaid gas 4-burner stovetop/electric oven and a joke of an exhaust fan) started to not fit our needs. 

We decided that we needed an update, but it had to work in our existing space.  We liked the general area where things were located - we did not want to do an extensive move of gas lines or plumbing.

In Fall 2011, we completed this kitchen renovation that revolved around a new range centered in the kitchen.  It is a BlueStar 48" range with six burners and a grill and dual ovens.  We also added a Vent-a-Hood exhaust fan.  We kept our existing dishwasher and refrigerator (both KitchenAid Architect Series design) since they both worked fine and still fit with our overall design.  The microwave is a Panasonic with Inverter technology.  We chose the BlueStar range because we wanted nearly restaurant quality BTU gas output from a residential model range.  

We expanded the island to over double its width and lowered it to be a single level for more work surface space.  We also added cabinets with pull out shelves to the island to expand our storage space.  

Since we still liked our cabinets, we stuck with the same style and were able to keep some of them.  The excess were still in great condition, so they were donated to our local Habitat for Humanity ReStore.  Our old range and microwave we practically donated to someone who was trying to complete their own kitchen renovation, but hit hard times financially.  The true waste from the project was disposal of the old backsplash and counter tops.

The mixed media tile/stone/glass backsplash is from Lowe's; for the entire kitchen we used two slabs of "Ooba Tooba" granite; the pendant lights over the island were from Home Depot and we upgraded the under cabinet lighting from spots to a track system.  The garbage disposal in the island sink is activated by a push button and is flush with the counter top.

Over two years later and we still love our kitchen!  We feel it is  homey enough to not be intimidating, but provide the functionality needed when we do restaurant-style cooking as well as have space for guests to socialize and be put to work!!, Kitchens

    Updated kitchen withi...

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  • New Purchase Renovation, Gutted and rebuilt the entire kitchen. New Floors, 42" cabinets, Granite Counter tops, backslash, Hanging Wine Rack, Light Fixtures, Under Cabinet Lighting., Kitchens

    New Purchase Renovat...

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