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14 Results for "paint color"

Glamorous master bath update, I love color. But in this space I choose only white and silver — and a little sparkle. That meant painting the walls (Sherwin Williams White Flour), painting the cabinets (instructions on my blog), recovering an occasional chair, and adding a little styling., Bathrooms Design
Un Kitsch(Jean) Reno, Here's our teeny 64-square foot, 1980s 'blech' galley opened up into a warm, Parisian-style apartment kitchen for less than $12K. For our first renovation project, we played it safe by saving up & paying the experts to do the hard, dangerous, and/or expensive-to-repair stuff and focused on creating a warm space we knew we'd love for years to come., Kitchens Design
Early Summer 2014, As we head towards the summer solstice, the longest daylight hours of the year, winter is left far behind as it possibly can be, as a distant , fading memory. June has to be my most favourite month and is a high point for me  in the gardening year. June being my birthday month and also a time when the garden is lush and fulsome yet still retains the freshness and vibrancy of spring. The garden is  now clothed  in its most finest cloak of fresh greens, far and wide; embellished with the dazzling and attention grabbing flowers with a jewel like intensity. There are more than a few reasons for me to celebrate this month., Gardens Design
Early Summer 2014, As we head towards the summer solstice, the longest daylight hours of the year, winter is left far behind as it possibly can be, as a distant , fading memory. June has to be my most favourite month and is a high point for me  in the gardening year. June being my birthday month and also a time when the garden is lush and fulsome yet still retains the freshness and vibrancy of spring. The garden is  now clothed  in its most finest cloak of fresh greens, far and wide; embellished with the dazzling and attention grabbing flowers with a jewel like intensity. There are more than a few reasons for me to celebrate this month., Gardens Design
White and charcoal gray home office, This space, off to the side of our kitchen, is supposed to be a breakfast nook. But as soon as we moved in, our boys began putting their toys here. We didn’t have furniture for a nook, so I followed suit and put my puny little desk in the same space so I could work while they played. I thought it was temporary, but it actually was working great as a playroom/home office. I painted the salmon wall Kendall Charcoal, put in two Micke desks from Ikea, and added my own DIY artwork. Read more: http://www.housemixblog.com/?p=5450, Home Offices Design
new front porch...before and after for under $100, I hated my front porch...Very plain...I bought cement paint and the matching veneer stone from my house...Then I painted my original flower pots in a high gloss red and went to Hobby lobby on there 50% off sale on flowers...   A TOTAL TRANSFORMATION in 2 days FOR UNDER $100, Home Exterior Design

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