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Results found for "storing the curling iron"

  • out with the old, in with the new, We took an outdated 1980's kitchen and brought it up to 2012.  We utilized and incorporated the full space of the kitchen verses the original layout.  We started by totally gutting the kitchen.  The location of the free standing microwave/stove/oven was moved to where the refrigerator previously stood, and a built in microwave/convection oven was installed.  An angled wall was constructed and allowed for the installation of a stovetop and island hood.  Upper cabinets blocking the view to the family room were removed.  The built in desk was removed.  Plumbing was installed to allow for the water line for the icemaker and a small sink to bring filtered water for coffeemaker.  Pantry cabinets and a coffee bar along with a full size refrigerator and full size freezer now make better use of that space.  LED lighting was put in under the cabinets and the can lights were converted to LED lighting as well making the kitchen more energy efficient.  Granite countertops and a complimentary tile backsplash finish off the modern look along with stainless steel appliances. All of this was work was done by the two of us!    Granite was the only thing we could not do ourselves!!, Kitchens

    out with the old, in w...

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  • Clean Counters, This remodel focuses on bringing a spa feeling to the home. We achieved this by using the POJJO Vanity Valet Secret to create space to efficiently store and use all hair appliances. This system allows the client to heat and cool down their flat irons and curling irons inside unused space...without sacrificing any cabinet room., Bathrooms

    Clean Counters

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  • Romantic historic Italian faux villa, This house was a 1923 simple Italianate style that was so boring it was hardly noticeable when driving by.  I painted a 2 layer 13 color waterstain using simple exterior paint.  1st layer was done with 5 shades of grey and moss green.  The passer by's were very curious as to what I was doing.  The progress looked quite awful.  I designed and installed the hand poured cement walls/columns.  The iron on the walls was forged to match the existing original iron skirting under the windows.  Window canopies were existing I just painted them black and cream with exterior house paint after scrubbing and cleaning them., Home Exteriors

    Romantic historic Ita...

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  • Hotel-style,Calm&masculine guest bedroom, This stylish hotel inspired guest suite was designed for a client who wanted to revamp his spare room into a calm yet stylish guest room carrying a masculine feel. The main colour choosen was shade of gray. The budget was keept minimum and many of the exsisting pieces were reused simply by re polishing and new upholstry., Bedrooms


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  • everything but the kitchen sink courtyard, Over the last year, I transformed a strip of grass and a narrow pathway in the front of my house into a beautiful courtyard with a bronze gate, tiled patios an outdoor fireplace and a Koi pond. No I don't do this for a living, but I am open to any job opportunities. HGTV are you listening?., Outdoor Spaces

    everything but the kit...

    9 Photos, 34,635 Views, Flag

  • Northwest Garden, Although we live in the "burbs" we have used our garden to help make our house stand out. It's just a simple garden with hopefully alot of color and texture. The soil started out as clay but after many years of amending and working it can grow just about anything., Landscaping

    Northwest Garden

    9 Photos, 12,651 Views, Flag

  • The foyer, stairway and parlor to heaven, Last winters project was to repair and paint The entrance foyer parlor and stairway. Mary Anne chose all the colors made the curtains gave me the paint and uhpolstery fabric and said "get to it monkey boy.", Entryways & Halls

    The foyer, stairway an...

    15 Photos, 8,946 Views, Flag

  • The "Samuel Penney House" circa 1902, The locals call it the "Penney Mansion" but at around 4000 sq ft I don't think it quite qualifies. It was designed by William Miller and was place on the National register of historic homes in 2003, Home Exteriors

    The "Samuel Penney H...

    10 Photos, 9,456 Views, Flag

  • Welcoming Foyer-- Hand Painted Wall Art, Used one foyer wall for hand painted Vietri pottery inspired art work. Painted the walls, the chair rail, crown molding, and the front door. Removed popcorn on ceiling and retextured., Entryways & Halls

    Welcoming Foyer-- Ha...

    6 Photos, 7,847 Views, Flag

  • Mediterranean Entry Home Addition with before photo, My husband and I added 500 sq. feet to our home working together primarily on weekends.  This foyer space is part of the addition.  Custom iron doors open to welcome guests into an entry complete with dome ceiling and slate floors.  Traditional furnishings include a carved mirror antique Italian altarstick lamps and a hand-painted chest of drawers, Entryways & Halls

    Mediterranean Entry ...

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  • Graphic Green Home Office, We transformed a bland spare bedroom into a bright contemporary home office.  By customizing a few Ikea bookshelves and countertops we were able to make a space with tons of storage and counter space., Home Offices

    Graphic Green Home O...

    4 Photos, 41,132 Views, Flag

  • Horizontal Striped Hallway, It was time for our hallway to get a make-over! It was fine before - nothing really wrong with it but nothing really great about it either! I decided to keep the existing color and add 3 nine inch stripes in a shade two colors down on the color swatch. I love how it turned out and even better is that my kids love it! This is the hallway that everyone enters when school gets out so it needs to stay functional  for coats hats scarves and backpacks. Now it just feels more fun and contemporary!!

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, Entryways & Halls

    Horizontal Striped Ha...

    5 Photos, 17,435 Views, Flag

  • The Living Room , This Living Room was yellow with beige carpet throughout and a sofa blocking the fireplace.  Here are some before and after shots.  I hope you enjoy., Living Spaces

    The Living Room

    10 Photos, 90,522 Views, Flag

  • Out with the old and in with the new, The kitchen was totally gutted and every including the flooring was replaced., Kitchens

    Out with the old and i...

    3 Photos, 7,659 Views, Flag

  • Hodgepodge to Heavenly, See the "before" picture.  The old and dangerous wrought iron spikes were the first things to go and we think adding the wrought iron on the balcony worked.  The stone face and wall additions helped add some character along with the window and door surrounds.  We hope you agree., Home Exteriors

    Hodgepodge to Heavenl...

    3 Photos, 4,130 Views, Flag

  • MY AMAZING HUSBAND - THE EXTERIOR, I had an 1100 sq ft colonial over 100 years old.  Blended family resulted in three girls in one small bedroom so hubby decided to expand "a little".  , Home Exteriors


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  • The Tuscan Copper Room and Library, After a faux finish, replacing the stairway and adding millwork and trim this bland room really came to life. In addition, we redid the library off this room with a bit more exotic feel without going too far from the feel of the rest of the house.

Kudos to our design artist Michele Dawn who did the beautiful painting, faux finishes of the walls and furniture.  Find more about her at, Living Spaces

    The Tuscan Copper Roo...

    14 Photos, 14,759 Views, Flag

  • Is this the same kitchen?, NOTE:  I cannot get the lighting on my camera set up correctly so the pics are not the best.  
As promised....I am starting to post photos of the interior of our house.  Just as the rest of the house....we gutted the kitchen and started over.  We added all new cabinets, added granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, added a pantry, added hardwood floors, new windows, added a mudroom, etc..., Kitchens

    Is this the same kitch...

    9 Photos, 52,497 Views, Flag

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