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18 file(s) - Uploaded by: laramarkdesigns
Created: Jan 16, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 34
It took me three months to design my crafts room and office. I looked for versatile storage, that was neat and organized and easily accessible. I wanted the paint to be bold and vibrant, but not annoying. I also created various areas in the room for certain crafts like; scrapbooking, gift wrapping, painting, sewing, and bow making. I love this room and spend hours everyday creating!
13 file(s) - Uploaded by: kowbelle
Created: Apr 1, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 53
I am proud to show off my new and improved kitchen finally! We knocked out a huge pantry and expanded the kitchen to add more counterspace and cabinets. The problem was we could not find a match to our old 1980's cabinets so we started looking in the paper for used cabinets in hopes of finding the style. After almost a year we finally bought basic cabinets at Lowes and since we could not duplicate(and did not want the dark finish I decided to faux paint them woodgrain to match our floors. The grey is Valspar tinted primer with antiquing gel applied and the woodgrain is also by Valspar with my application of gel and paint to look like wood. With our son's help this project cost less than $2,000.
Luckily, even though I would like a new countertop my old counters were still available to match. The tile backsplash was only $165 to do! The pulls are twig and leaves from Lowes. I wanted a woodsey kind of look (even though I kept all my tins so I handpainted branches with birds and squirrels along the top of the tile. We bought new lighting with leaves for our three lights and the middle light is an old window with the fixture secured underneath. The new cabinets have a faux arch to fool your eye into thinking they match the old ones...my husband routed out the drawer fronts to match the old ones...we think the result is pretty good...what do you think??