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15 file(s) - Uploaded by: 10689219
Created: Sep 9, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 60
With the help of HGTV magazines and our own ideas we transformed a regular 1988 small kitchen & family room into a dramatic well organized larger living space.
4 file(s) - Uploaded by: rachelkhardy
Created: Oct 7, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 55
This is our favorite spot in the house. It kind of our getaway! The floors wall shower and bath is covered with slate. To save money we purchases 12 x 12 tiles and cut them in halves and eighths and layed them in a brick pattern. Bathroom includes walk-in shower 2 sinks tub vanity area and toilet closet.
2 file(s) - Uploaded by: sarbinska
Created: Sep 26, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 9
Modern bathroom with a 42" custom white oak vanity, clear class vessel, and a wall mounted faucet.
I purchased the home 4 years ago with no upgrades from the builder. I had every single room in the house renovated. This is my daugther and sons bathroom. The bathroom originally had linoleum flooring. The shower walls and countertop had white plain tiles. I also replaced the lighting and also replaced the mirror. The original mirror was the basic mirror that comes standard in new homes. The bathroom has been painted and crown molding installed.
15 file(s) - Uploaded by: LindseyJo
Created: Apr 3, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 42
I chose three different cabinet colors: Deep cherry chocolate, quarter-sawn autumn oak and deep brick red. The granite is full of movement and depth called copper canyon. My open shelving is by far my favorite design aspect. The wood is oiled walnut planks from the rafters of my grandfathers barn (almost 40 years old!). I had them planed and all we had to do was oil them. I found the some very simple brackets from Van Dykes to hold them up. I change out my pottery and dishes according to the season which is so fun to do! I use everything that is within reach, the higher up, the more for show:-) The subway tile back splash is a hand cut, hand glazed crackle in honey. My two sinks are a copper with a brown patina. The bar sink is octagon in shape and the farm house sink is a DREAM for cooking and piling up dishes and bake ware to keep the countertops clear. My life would not be the same without it! I also love how bacteria only lives two hours on it. It's a living sink, so the inside patina changes, rubs off and comes back daily according to the foods we eat. I love the towel bar and it is surviving two children under four with no problem - whew! I had so much fun picking out the cabinet hardware. Each color of cabinet have a different family of knobs/handles, but all are in oil rubbed bronze. We also decided to thicken the island granite to give it a more distinct feel. This space is a favorite among friends and we never leave it when entertaining! My husband, Mom and Dad chimed in for advice. I had a great cabinet designer who did a great job in helping me save $$. Probably the most helpful, chic person is my cousin Tiffany who lives far from me, but we talked a ton on the phone, emailed and I shared pictures with her as the house took shape. It was great to have someone who could help steer me in the right direction and give me confidence in my choices. The colors of the walls pay homage to her! I wish she lived closer:-) She rocks - Thank you Tiffany!!!
4 file(s) - Uploaded by: Cindy Aplanalp
Created: Feb 8, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 55
I was fortunate to transform this seriously outdated bathroom into a spa-like retreate! Client's only instructions was to create a space that would 'make his wife smile'.
They are shower people and had a very private back yard. I moved the wall out 2 feet to give more room to the walk around shower. There is no barrier or level changes in the floor. I learned a lot about plumbing on this job- did a tankless water heater- increased the water volume to the home- since there were 2 rain shower heads, one hand held and 12 body tiles! If I had not done so- it would have not worked- not enough hot water or pressure. Before you begin a project like this- know your plumbing limitations!