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Results found for "red"

  • Remodel Cloud, decorating, Living Spaces

    Remodel Cloud

    Added: Jul 15, 2014

    2 Photos, 142 Views, Flag

  • world's ugliest bathroom turns spa, Asian nautical spa bathroom, Bathrooms

    world's ugliest bathro...

    Added: Jun 2, 2014

    10 Photos, 408 Views, Flag



    Added: May 13, 2014

    16 Photos, 472 Views, Flag

  • Desperation Makeover, Paint over dark brown stained wood  paneling.  mid-50's gem of a pond cottage with slate and blue tile floors on 4 acres.  We added woodburning fireplace insert nad burn cordwood for heat.

Total cost $1800 including red sectional and chair (excluding the 3 black labs).  The other pieces we brought from our Baja Mexico home (2013 San Diego Home/Gardens LIfestyles Home of the Year award winner)... hope you enjoy the color palette of our Mexico home- moved to Connecticut..., Living Spaces

    Desperation Makeover

    Added: Jan 12, 2014

    2 Photos, 719 Views, Flag

  • Strouss Guest Bathroom, Bathrooms

    Strouss Guest Bathroo...

    Added: Jan 12, 2014

    2 Photos, 400 Views, Flag

  • Strouss Kitchen remodel, From builders grade to professional kitchen, Kitchens

    Strouss Kitchen remod...

    Added: Jan 12, 2014

    1 Photo, 347 Views, Flag

  • Fire Mountain Kitchen, Beautiful remodeled home in Fire Mountain, Oceanside, California.  The kitchen was done with bright white cabinets in the main kitchen area, and dark cabinets on an adjacent bar area all tied together with white glass subway tile., Kitchens

    Fire Mountain Kitche...

    Added: Dec 3, 2013

    6 Photos, 413 Views, Flag

  • Cramped to Color, The galley kitchen was too tight for 2 cooks and a shepherd.  The peninsula cut the room in half and kept us locked into the squashy corner.  We expanded along the wall to allow for corner pantry with arched door and blackboard inset.  Large island makes better use of space and opens up room. , Kitchens

    Cramped to Color

    Added: Nov 19, 2013

    2 Photos, 25,741 Views, Flag

  • NYC Rooftop Terraces Inspired by the Mediterranean , These East Village terraces were inspired by the lush, romantic feel of the Mediterranean.   We used a combination of wood and terra cotta planters filled with an abundant mix flowering vines, annuals, perennials, and trees to create that look.  The larger terra cotta pots are handmade and they are all at least 1-inch thick, which helps give them much better frost- and crack-resistance than thinner terra cotta pots have.  To help soften a large brick wall on one side, we used wood planters with built-in trellises to grow flowering vines such as climbing hydrangeas, clematis, and mandevilla.  Other plantings throughout the garden include a redbud tree, a tree lilac, a crape myrtle, white birch trees, red Japanese maples, variegated willow bushes, purple vitex bushes, arborvitaes, and pink Knockout roses.  All of the planters contain automated drip irrigation and low-voltage lighting lines., Outdoor Spaces

    NYC Rooftop Terraces...

    Added: Oct 2, 2013

    5 Photos, 2,571 Views, Flag

  • All this under $1500., Doing all the work ourselves, shopping for sales, scanning the internet, and repurposing items we were able to go from dungeon to bright and airy and spent less than $1500.00 to remodel our entire kitchen. Where there is a will there is a way, and it paid off big time!, Kitchens

    All this under $1500.

    Added: Sep 5, 2013

    6 Photos, 10,633 Views, Flag

  • Plain and Drab, After having all the landscaping redone now our home looks lifeless and boring.  All the overgrown bushes have been removed and new ones put in. I am thinking about shutters for the windows but cannot decide on a color.  My husband wanted red stones for the new landscaping but now we have all that red trying to mix with the browns on the house.  Should we replace all the brown accents on the house, cover the brick or maybe add shutters to accent the windows?  Any ideas?, Home Exteriors

    Plain and Drab

    Added: Aug 12, 2013

    3 Photos, 452 Views, Flag

  • Gavin and Gabriel's Corvette themed room, We decided to combine two of our bedrooms so that the boys would have plenty of room to grow into the space. I chose a corvette theme and added  real garage doors for an extra touch., Bedrooms

    Gavin and Gabriel's C...

    Added: Jun 17, 2013

    5 Photos, 2,851 Views, Flag

  • Tiny bathroom transformed into a room with a view, Tiny bathroom with original 1966 vanity, sink, metal can lights and red sand painted walls including the ceiling felt like a closet. Keeping the Mexican clay tile floor I utilized that color in my palette. Bing, Idea - I love the Monument Valley area so I'll paint a mural four walls and paint ceiling as the sky. I enjoy transforming spaces so for this new bathroom I installed a new vanity, sink faucet, track lighting and a low water toilet before starting the mural.
See a progression at, Bathrooms

    Tiny bathroom transfo...

    Added: Jun 17, 2013

    10 Photos, 459 Views, Flag

  • Front room repainted, The wall with the TV was the brown/maroon color all the way to the side walls. I lightened the side wall colors and brought the tan in to the edge of the windows, leaving the maroon behind the TV and around the fireplace. It lengthens the room and the maroon/brown allow the TV images to appear more movie like in quality. 
The fireplace was red brick and I tiled over the brick using 6 x 6 and 1 x 1 tiles in a pattern that allowed me to not have to cut any tile., Living Spaces

    Front room repainted

    Added: Jun 9, 2013

    3 Photos, 268 Views, Flag

  • Debs' Red Guest Bath, Replaced countertop with marble top. New fixtures. New paint color.
, Bathrooms

    Debs' Red Guest Bath

    Added: May 22, 2013

    1 Photo, 431 Views, Flag

  • Bringing in the yard, Ever since my dad and sister died, mom has been alone.  This year,  my husband and I drew a picture of what we needed to do with our home to accommodate my mom.  We saw LaCatina doors on "the brothers" show and had them installed from the expanded living-room to the screened in porch.  We removed the half wall in the kitchen, moved the laundry-room upstairs and 
put in a first floor master bedroom and bathroom.  Instead of a large retaining wall, he made two with 3ft span, so mom and I will can veggies from our 50ft garden. As a treat, he created a floor to ceiling stone front fire place with reclaimed oak, a beautiful place to sit in the evening., Living Spaces

    Bringing in the yard

    Added: May 11, 2013

    10 Photos, 5,311 Views, Flag

  • Master Suite and Guest Restroom Update, We live in the middle of IN since we work in two cities. We bought this house a few years back and recently did our upstairs master suite and guest bathroom.
It was a tough challenge for us to not go too modern to clash with the house style as well as the area in case if we ever moved and wanted to sell our house.
Design was mostly by us and we worked with a very good young local contractor on this massive project., Bathrooms

    Master Suite and Gues...

    Added: May 4, 2013

    8 Photos, 395 Views, Flag

  •  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 ...

    Added: Apr 20, 2013

    7 Photos, 1,625 Views, Flag

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