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145 Results for "eames"

Classic Retro Modern, I designed this living room in Florida to reflect a fun, passionate lifestyle.  Most people who see my spaces think that thousands of dollars were spent to create them, and they are surprised to find that this whole room cost less to do than what most people spend on a typical sofa, loveseat, and chairs.  If you are on a budget and need a creative affordable decorator, I'm your answer man.  Shoot me an email anytime, and I can help make your space what you need it to be., Living Rooms Design
around my mid-century home (so far), when I found a love for mid-century design and found out my house was built in the spring of 1950,I had some thrifting, antiquing, and re-designing to do...
This is where I'm at so far. More pictures to come as time permits..., Living Rooms Design
New living space, Our modern living space., Living Rooms Design
Thoroughly Mid Century Modern Office, We wanted to marry our love of everything mid century with practicality and functionality in creating our office space.  We also use the room to relax and watch tv. The large photo was hung off-center because the computer monitor and swag lamp would have blocked it and we didn't want that., Home Offices Design
Sensibly Modern in Suburbia, I fell in love with my mid-80s tri-level because of its unique living space. Instead of focusing on square footage, the design really utilizes cubic feet with high vaulted ceilings dominating the main level of the home. From the outside it's just another house in another suburban neighborhood, but inside it's nothing but., Living Rooms Design
Cabo San Loco Dining, Family room conversion to the ultimate dining/gathering room. What was once the family room/breakfast bar/separate kitchen and kitchenette, is now a room that is open with an expanded bar, a built in 9' buffet made with matching recycled cabinets and mosaic tiled counters, a table 12 feet long covered with marble tile, and a tv lounge that was once a bedroom. Two doorways were walled off with two new entryways added  to redesign the flow of traffic through the house, which now is open to the living room, as well. We now have a kitchen/dining/lounge combination that is 37' in length. Every project was done to give the feeling and appearance of a home that is much larger, including the use of tile on the floors. All of the work was done by us and it included: removal of painted 1970's paneling, applying stucco texture to all walls, tile flooring, mosaic flooring and counters, removal of walls, repositioning existing cabinets to one wall, adding on to existing cabinets and buffet wall, and resurfacing the brick fireplace with rocks collected throughout our property. The entire project was done with less than $1000., Dining Rooms Design

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