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11,464 Results for "Feels good to be done"

freshened up, dining room paint, Dining Rooms Design
Parlor, This space has the original wallpaper on the walls and on the ceiling. Also has pocket doors with brass inlay around the key holes of humming birds and butterflies., Other Spaces Design
A New Awakening! It's good to be me, good to be breathing day after night after day, this feeling feels the way it should if this is as good as it gets, then great!!, My bedroom with the new quilt duvet and shams. I love my bedroom so much more now. I will be getting the m42 pic blown up on a canvas very soon and will have that above my bedroom. Now that I have slept with the new bedding for over a week now I can defintely recommend the duvet and quilt. The duvet is very soft and silky and the quilt is soft and very heavy which I enjoy very much. It truly is good to be me!!, Bedrooms Design
To invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk.-Thomas Alva Edison, I created this small like closet space into a bathroom. It was my first DIY project. I broke a few nails but I'm proud of the outcome on completion.  The best part of this bathroom, is that it cost me under $500! Recycle, reuse, reinvent and living by the saying "One person's junk is another's treasure!" Being creative, patient, resourceful and along with trash day I created this., Bathrooms Design
under construction year 2, Outside without the old breezway and gone too is the old detached 2 car garage, Home Exterior Design
Un Kitsch(Jean) Reno, Here's our teeny 64-square foot, 1980s 'blech' galley opened up into a warm, Parisian-style apartment kitchen for less than $12K. For our first renovation project, we played it safe by saving up & paying the experts to do the hard, dangerous, and/or expensive-to-repair stuff and focused on creating a warm space we knew we'd love for years to come., Kitchens Design

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