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4 file(s) - Uploaded by: dedwards57
Created: Apr 10, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 0
This 1925 country kitchen is where my grandmother prepared all the meals with vegetables grown from the garden. I am third generation. When my mother died two years ago, I decided to move in the home I grew up in. I need help. This kitchen needs fixin! Meal preparation and family gatherings are restricted to this tiny space. I have grand ideas but need help in incorporating my vision. The family home is about a mile from the military base and harbor. I like the maritime location because of the soft steady, breezes that blow in from the habor and the horns of the military ships coming and going from the ports. It gives me a sense of comfort.
My kithen has limited space , few cabinets , can't expand . I've lived here close to 25 yrs. and still don't know what to do ! No window space !
12 file(s) - Uploaded by: pufflelump
Created: Jun 24, 2007 | Flag
Total Ratings: 37
Opps I accidentily deleted my spot. The pictures I originally took were when I first got my furniture. I have added some decor. Want to cover window behind bedframe. Thanks
I recently graduated from law school AND dorm room design. My old apartment had a fouton and a pleather love seat so this is a huge improvement for me. The walls are bare but that is my project over the next few months. I have two sofas on either side of the room and would appeciate any suggestions as to how to decorate above them!
25 file(s) - Uploaded by: squish0904
Created: Jan 2, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 11
We changed what was a Master bedroom connected to a Master bathroom into a full Master Suite. We took up the carpet and put in cement floors, we took out the large window and put in french sliding doors to give access to the deck and the backyard. The firplace is open to the Master bedroom and the Master Bath and we put in grey/red glass and took out the gas logs. We took the bathroom down to the studs and moved the toilet and took out the bathtub and made a his and hers (his bathroom with a full walk in showers on both sides of the back wall.
The final part to this Master Suite is the bed- we are using a make shift bed for now as we work toward our dream (and final piece bed made of iron (cost for bed is $3,000.00 after spending $32,000.00 on the Master Suite makeover it will take some time to get the bed.
I am posting a picture of the bed so you can get an idea of what the final room will look like.
This is my living room/dining room. The color was orginally green, but not a pretty green a green that made the room feel tiny, and was so dark. So I painted it apricot but it ended up more yellow. I had been trying to go for a tuscan vibe at one time, now I have no idea. No one ever uses this room, and I am trying to find a way to make it more comfortable and inviting. Someone deliberitly dropped the celing, and it makes the room feel tiny, and then they added the popcorn celing to make it even more difficult, they even popcorned the top of the window seat area.