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48 file(s) - Uploaded by: DramaticDormDe...
Created: Aug 9, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 36
Going for a functional loft like one space 3 room set up living room bedroom and dining room
20 file(s) - Uploaded by: Perri
Created: Sep 16, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 178
This owner wanted to fix up this 60 year old beach house that was a former crack house-I'm not kidding! They had a very small budget to update the outside before putting it on the market.
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: IdeaMom
Created: Feb 5, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 41
This is our contribution to the Beach House we won from MyHomeIdeas. What was once a child's room has been transformed into our new Sunrise Guest Suite. The bed was given to us by MyHomeIdeas. We painted the once beige walls with Sherwin Williams Jovial. The coral lamps came from LampsPlus. We've tried to give the room a beachy vibe by adding sea-themed artwork. The fish on the walls are porcelain platters. The mirrored frames showcase teal painted sea fans.
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8 file(s) - Uploaded by: texaspamela
Created: Jul 14, 2007 | Flag
Total Ratings: 49
My daughter wanted her room to look and feel like a beach. We covered her window and her closet space with roll-up bamboo shades topped with raffia grass. Her jambox sits on an icechest (which contains her skates etc.). Her bedspread is made of beach towels and I painted all of her walls to "be" a beach complete with palm trees shells a hermit crab sandpipers and soaring seagulls. With the door closed you can almost smell the sea breeze!
13 file(s) - Uploaded by: slocke
Created: Mar 19, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 7
Our house needs a new look! What color should we paint the window trim, the decking, and handrail. The house needs some character with landscaping as well. Also looking for advise on decorating the deck with outdoor patio lights and furniture, ect. We feel that the house is too bland and it needs some character. We live in a house that is 1,600 sq. ft. on the main level, and 1,200 sq. ft. on the lower level. It has a light grey vinyl shake siding called "weathered white". The windows are trimmed out in cedar painted white. It has double hung white windows, and two white french doors facing the lake. The lakeside is considered the front. There is a front deck that wraps around to the back of the home and it is a grey Trex maintenance-free decking. The deck railing is cedar painted white with aluminum spindals. The gutter is 6 in., 1/2 round, galvalium. There is a detached garage with the same siding, trim, and gutter. There is no lanscaping to speak of. We are desparately needing advise on how to create a shabby chic look, that is fun, and inviting, but yet elegant.
11 file(s) - Uploaded by: krisjardini
Created: May 2, 2011 | Flag
Total Ratings: 50
I've been moving things around here quite a bit lately:) I finally found the perfect spot for our tiki-hut - it as a little bit too big for the entrance and wasn't very functional there. We have a lot of people over, so it's perfect to keep the glass water container on it all the time now. We also got new ceiling fans - it's very hot here in Hawaii, and I wanted the fans to look more tropical so I got the woven leaf look. We added more seating and changed a few more things around:)