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Corynne Pless
My Houzz: French Country Meets Southern Farmhouse Style in Georgia
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Hi juliebennet09, Kim Nichols, the homeowner, did a really great job! Kim has a blog where she has detailed instructions on how she painted and finished the cabinet - Here is the link! (http://www
15. The foyer in the same house features an antique sideboard that the homeowner finished herself.See more photos: My Houzz: French Country Meets Southern Farmhouse Style in GeorgiaMirror: Home DecoratorsTell us: Which farmhouse
“Buffet” — queenhelene586
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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Traditional Kitchen
Ideabooks26,733
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Thank you for your inquiry! These were sourced by the homeowner and unfortunately do not have any further info.
a wall in a 1920s house, he found an unused gas line running to the second floor. He had to bring in a professional to remove it — an expense the homeowner hadn’t anticipated. Cost: It all depends on the kind of wall and what embedded systems will need rerouting. Labor costs also vary by region. Here
“Opening between kitchen and dinning room” — harker
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Tree House
Ideabooks37,208
Questions14
Dear Sarah: Although I am 57 years old, will you please tell the homeowners that I am up for adoption! You have done a beautiful job. Well done! Theresa
that it’s “better than my own house!” Another user went even further with her appreciation: “Although I am 57 years old, will you please tell the homeowners that I am up for adoption! You have done a beautiful job. Well done!“See more photos: The Most Incredible Kids’ Tree House You’ll Ever See?
“Tree house to die for” — Paige Galbraith
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Colorful Vintage Finds fill a Chic Modern Farmhouse
Ideabooks2,722
Questions3
Hi Tammy! I believe the homeowners used reclaimed wood only on the ceiling in this room. Hope this helps! Best, Corynne
house in need of work because they’re too busy getting busy? So what doesn’t make us happy? Well, dishes, for one thing. Regarding chores to skip, homeowners say they’d be happiest if they never had to clean dirty dishes left in the sink (32 percent). And 16 percent say they’d love to skip making the bed
“Walls” — kimglessner
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Stamford Entry Foyer
Ideabooks6,762
Questions6
That was a rug the homeowner already had- sorry but I don't know where they got it.
Add character with age. "This door is a great example of client collaboration," says Hugh Randolph of Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects. "The homeowner was also the builder, and his wife is a designer with a great sense of style. She found the door at a salvaged door store in Gonzales, Texas, about
“gothic door” — mamawcruz
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
19 Reviews
Lorraine Vale
Ideabooks12,224
Questions12
The homeowner brought those from their previous home. This sitting area was designed and sized to accommodate the furnishings.
Perhaps this South Carolina homeowner believes in "haints."
“very neat” — macaraigdindo24
Birdhouse Interior Design
master bathroom
Ideabooks18,094
Questions6
Home Depot. We didn't even prime, because we wanted the age of the door to show through. The door is about 80 years old. It was in the garage of the homeowner's house.
that goes above and beyond just plain black paint. We all know that chalkboard paint is a huge trend these days in interiors. I just love how this homeowner selectively painted the bathroom door with chalkboard paint. It adds such life to a home since you're able to personalize it.
“Chalk door” — Heather Monek
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3 Reviews
Strand Home
Ideabooks8,330
Questions5
Isn't it fabulous? I have to credit the homeowner with having this idea. The fixture was custom made, but truly it iwas relatively simple to construct. The electrician had it fabricated with standard
This family loves the outdoors and all kinds of sports, and both loves are reflected throughout the basement. One of the homeowners came up with the idea of the surfboard light over the pool table. "The fixture was custom made, but truly it was relatively simple to construct," Murphy says. "The electrician
“Light fixture” — Paramount Electric
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