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Bunk beds for 6, I wanted to build bunk beds for my 4 children to sleep in that would allow for friends as well. It took a little over 3 days and cost a little over $500 to achieve. , Boys' Rooms Design
Transitioning from a little girls room to a teenagers room., I was determined to redo my daughters bedroom with a very small budget.All of the furniture was found in the trash. I wanted her to love it and I wanted it to be really cheerful & fun.

I accomplished my goal & my daughter is thrilled., Girls' Rooms Design
Christmas Dining 2011, Welcome to my Christmas Dining Room 2011.  I know it's early but, we are ready for a party!  For simple tutorials on the projects shown, please visit my website:
http://www.theyellowcapecod.com/2011/11/holiday-home-series.html
 
~Happy Holidays!, Holidays Design
Patio Party,  Homecoming party on our patio , Patios & Decks Design
Mid-century modern ranch - Before & After, We did a few minor things to the exterior of the house, which dramatically changed the appearance. When we're inside the house, we want it to feel like a sanctuary and didn't want it to feel like we are surrounded by homes on all sides. So we put up textured glass screens to allow privacy and light, without the need for window coverings. And they create a sort of garden atrium at the front of the house. Other than that, we painted the house in a way that is more consistent with the time period, and highlights the architectural details. And we gave it a bright reddish-orange door, which is also in keeping with the style (and I hear it's also very Feng Shui, not that we paid much attention to that). Replaced the landscaping with drought tolerant succulents, added some low-voltage lighting, and capped the whole thing off with a welcome tiki at the front door and we're done. , Home Exterior Design
Contemporary Foyer , Other Spaces Design

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