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4 file(s) - Uploaded by: skylerkreger
Created: Sep 28, 2014 | Flag
Total Ratings: 9
We recently remodeled our 1925 bungalow homes upstairs to become a open concept master suite.
1 file(s) - Uploaded by: Mj Poracky
Created: Sep 23, 2014 | Flag
Total Ratings: 14
A little sneak peek of our latest re-do~
Shabby Rustic Elegant Industrial and a little bit Country all in one~!~
We have taken corrugated metal and softened it up with a ruffle shower curtain with a cedar rustic ceiling. The exposed pipes and vintage faucet add character. Vintage chandelier lighting and the bling~
We have more pics to come~ like a dresser turned vanity...can't wait to share~come check us out on FB. Est.1964~
9 file(s) - Uploaded by: Jasmine1
Created: Sep 19, 2014 | Flag
Total Ratings: 12
12 years of waiting was worth it. The bath is an addition over a screened porch. It's a mix of high and low price tags, compromises and splurges, traditional and today.
If you are familiar with my work you know I don't claim to have the best of spaces, in fact I know they're far from great, but what I DO take pride in is my ability to work within strict space, financial and regulation limitations, as I move from one old rented space to the next. Here are my 1.5 bathrooms in this cool 1965-built highrise apartment where location reigns supreme over interior, which I rent, unable to paint or in this case remove old peeling wall paper and outdated vanities. My attempts to squeeze some lemonade have yielded this French cottage influenced full bath, and Jerry Garcia influenced half bath. After all you have to keep your home a happy place, right? These make me happy without breaking my bank or spirit. In truth I don't seek high marks (These are more fun than model, I know)... I just like to offer ideas to others since I have come here in the past for some of my own.