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JTBaldwin
The bookcase wall with the portraits is spectacular!
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jonathan3
"Warm ambience", thanks lidarose, I was looking for the right words. I love the soft colors used throughout this home. The collection is displayed very well.
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pritibala
Bdcccchhhhhh
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Shannon Moloney
dear god...I'm speechless. It's awful.
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kdockrey
from my experience, take your time with the design/layout to make sure it fits your immediate and future needs. renovations may require you to modify your plans as well as may require more time to finish than new construction. with budgets, I always say make it and then multiply by 2, then you will be closer to reality. Get three detailed bids and then make your budget. Also, you'll need to factor costs for change orders. It is better to over budget in the beginning than to pay for change orders later. Budgets on HGTV rarely seem realistic and mostly likely will not be applicable to your geographical. location. This is a great article.
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triciarobinson
We just moved into our new house. We built on a cost plus basis. We had a good builder but my greatest annoyance throughout the build was the difference in the amount of the quotes and the final invoices of the different trades. Most stuck to the quotes but there always seemed to be some that had 'upgrades' that had nothing to do with our choice of material or finishes. We were always careful to stay within our budget when making our choices. Rrrrrr!
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Shannon Moloney
That linen closet gave me a great idea for what to do with an unfinished dormer closet in my second floor bathroom. hmmm...
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melinda1977
Thrilled as I was when we moved to a house with his & her closets, they were sorely lacking in style (and illumination!) I scraped popcorn off of the ceiling, painted walls & ceiling, replaced the naked light bulb ceiling fixture with a crystal pendant, and installed mirror tiles on the walls above the highest shelf. Wow! did that bounce light around! The final finishing touches were a small area rug and matching hangers. The change was dramatic and really goes a long way in encouraging me to keep it straightened and cleaned up (especially those matching hangers!). I haven't touched dh's closet, though. Not sure the outcome would be the same...
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