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10 file(s) - Uploaded by: apicozzi
Created: 6 days ago | Flag
Total Ratings: 30
The main living room and dining room of my loft decorated for Christmas 2013.
My home was built in 1950 and included a detached carport with a large two-room workshop. In January of this year, I embarked on a project to build a completely self-contained apartment for myself on the existing slab of the carport/workshop and invited my daughter, son-in-law and two grandsons to move into the main house. The new apartment was immediately dubbed "The Modernist Nest" by a fellow blogger and "Grammo's Little House" by my grandsons.
It took three months to complete the construction and a couple more months to landscape, but I'm finally in and enjoying my new 676 sf nest-space very much.
4 file(s) - Uploaded by: curbsideconcepts
Created: Nov 18, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 31
This is the final product of our new kitchen after we completey demolished the original 1965 mess.
7 file(s) - Uploaded by: gnick64
Created: Dec 28, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 110
A few years ago, my wife and I moved into our dream home in a dream neighborhood. Everything was great except the kitchen, which we thought was serviceable until we realized that the cabinets were turning to particle board dust and the drop ceiling was collapsing. We lived with it as long as we could, but a year ago finally bit the bullet and hired a designer. We knew and shared what we wanted, but when his designs came back they were way off the mark, and honestly way outside our budget. At that point, we took matters into our own hands and hired a contractor and went to a number of kitchen and tile stores for bids.
Surprisingly, what we found was that Home Depot (honestly) had an amazing designer that really listened to us (patiently) and shared some very cool new products. I know this is going to sound like a HD commercial, but we loved the results. We bought our appliances at a high end store and the farm sink at Ferguson, but this ended up being our dream kitchen without having to go crazy with custom.... We've sent (skeptical) neighbors to HD since and they've yet to disappoint. It may just be our local design lady...who knows, but this just goes to show you that you don't have to go broke for an amazing space.