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9 file(s) - Uploaded by: SupportOurTroop...
Created: Jul 1, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 6
Our masterbath needed a serious make-over. We had alot of work done. We are still waiting on the shower glass. Once we get that then it will finally be done. More pictures to follow!
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: soontobehurst
Created: Jun 24, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 10
This is a tricky room to do anything with because of the extreme slanted ceiling and lack of a real window so, without buying a thing, we have made a dramatic improvement in this area creating something that I even I like hanging out in.Just playing with the space has given us a whole bunch of ideas to try when we can afford to.
Using very affordable elements to create a small living room with style and sophistication
7 file(s) - Uploaded by: bjwrigley
Created: May 4, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 14
Fireplace is now painted, the grout is not finished and we have not sealed the stone yet. We replaced the cedar shingles on our fire place with a stone.
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: larosebud
Created: Mar 8, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 30
My home (born in 1955 has the original kitchen and it desperately needed a makeover. With very little $, I updated my tiny kitchen. Now I like it much better. I wish I could totally renovate but I can't so this is the next best thing.
These are before and after pictures of our 1930's kitchen. Our goal was to re-do the kitchen as quickly and inexpensively as possible since we were expecting our second child soon. I guess you can say the "nesting" bug hit home. Ultimately, we repainted the walls golden yellow (for there was not any time to rip out the brick! and laid down sheets of MDF wood coated with polyurethane as flooring. I'm proud to say that our $30 floor gets the most compliments from our friends/family and has held up very well over the past 4 years. We extended the counter by re-purposing a desk my husband made by adding metal legs and a laminate top; it provides a great space for extra seating as well. Although it doesn't have all of the bells and whistles, it has worked to serve our needs over the years, but now we need a change! We need more prep work space and new cabinetry. Playing tug of war with wooden drawers that stick resulting in saw dust everywhere is no longer okay to overlook. Would love to reconfigure the space somehow;any suggestions?