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9 file(s) - Uploaded by: Paris40
Created: Feb 7, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 62
I was blessed to have a patient and talented custom cabinet maker who is now a friend for life! Cabinets are a mixture of painted "Buttercream" and stained "Espresso" with lots of "furniture" features. The range hood and plate rack/buffet were made from inspiration pics I'd saved. I love my pull-out spice racks that are "hidden" in the legs on either side of the drawers below my cook-top, which are always a surprise when people see them the first time! I really love the double islands and use them both (especially the sinks!) and it's especially nice when family or guests volunteer to help! We have a coffee bar and desk area in the breakfast nook that we use a lot as well, especially during the winter months. Thanks for looking!
15 file(s) - Uploaded by: nyclq
Created: Nov 19, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 17
Since moving from Florida to Arizona, one thing is for sure: I've enjoyed decorating our entryway for Spring, Fall and Holiday. To see Spring, please view Spring on the Stoop - Crisp, clean and filled with pink & purple flowers. For Fall, it's quite the opposite: remembering our NJ home stoop, I made swept piles in the corners of each step using a bag of wood bark chips from Home Depot - mixed with a few faux leaves PLUS pinecones I collected here in AZ. I used another bag of bark chips around the base of my urns & lanterns at the door -- and since the weather cools off here for Fall, I was able to use real pumpkins too. The branches in the urns add height to frame the doorway -- they are to me a keepsake from Florida -- I found them back in 2010 and still use them seasonally today. For Fall, I hot glue leaves, for winter: leaves are removed and sparkle snowflakes are added. In Spring, I wrap the branches with pink blossoms. This decorated entry makes a perfect spot for a family photo, a couples Christmas card, or even just a friendly seasonal pic to have has a keepsake...