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I had updated the tile backsplash for this client several years ago and had the Scottie tile painted. We renovated the kitchen, removing a wall to open the space. In the process, we moved the scottie tile to a new location. Delicate work! Photo credit Pamela Foster
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This kitchen was designed to accomodate 2 adorable scotties. We covered the breakfast nook bench with naugahyde for protection, built in open nooks to hold the outdoor bench covers, and a pull out for the dog water bowls. Photo credit Pamela Foster
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I had updated the tile backsplash several years ago and had the Scottie tiles painted. We renovated the kitchen, removing a wall to open the space. In the process, we moved the scottie tiles to a new location. Delicate work! Photo credit Pamela Foster
“Paint color” — homesinparowan
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This kitchen was designed to accomodate 2 adorable scotties. We covered the breakfast nook bench with naugahyde for protection, built in open nooks to hold the outdoor bench covers, and a pull out for the dog water bowls. Photo credit Pamela Foster
“Love this bright kitchen!” — conlig
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This kitchen was designed to accomodate 2 adorable scotties. We covered the breakfast nook bench with naugahyde for protection, built in open nooks to hold the outdoor bench covers, and a pull out for the dog water bowls. Photo credit Pamela Foster.
“Sofa” — Barkev Kasparian
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This kitchen was designed to accomodate 2 adorable scotties. We covered the breakfast nook bench with faux leather for protection, built in open nooks to hold the outdoor bench covers, and a pull out for the dog water bowls. Photo credit Pamela Foster
“The simplicity of storage bench with cushions, could add more cabinets” — thesstone
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This kitchen was designed to accomodate 2 adorable scotties. We covered the breakfast nook bench with naugahyde for protection, built in open nooks to hold the outdoor bench covers, and a pull out for the dog water bowls. The table is small because of space restrictions. It is also on sliders to make it easy to get in and out of the seating area. Photo credit Pamela Foster
“consider for kitchen” — kopulos
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This kitchen was designed to accomodate 2 adorable scotties. We covered the breakfast nook bench with naugahyde for protection, built in open nooks to hold the outdoor bench covers, and a pull out for the dog water bowls. Photo credit Pamela Foster
“Food pull out” — jmae8284
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The client had old twin beds that were family heirlooms that she wanted to use somewhere. We combined them and made a fabulous king headboard. Photo credit Pamela Foster
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This is the before photo of the den before we turned it into the formal living room. Photo credit Pamela Foster
“picture on the wall and corner idea” — Virna Burris
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This lady's cat decided the tail of these beautiful silk drapes we had already installed looked exactly like her littler box. So, we removed a portion of the bottom and replaced it with new fabric that made it look like we designed them this way in the first place. Photo credit Pamela Foster
“drapery color” — Brenda Carpenter
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This lady's cat decided the tail of these beautiful silk drapes we had already installed looked exactly like her littler box. So, we removed a portion of the bottom and replaced it with new fabric that made it look like we designed them this way in the first place. Photo credit Pamela Foster
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This lady's cat decided the tail of these beautiful silk drapes we had already installed looked exactly like her littler box. So, we removed a portion of the bottom and replaced it with new fabric that made it look like we designed them this way in the first place. Photo credit Pamela Foster
“drape side” — mariankz
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Our goal in decorating this paneled den was to brighten it up with fabric and floor covering. Photo credit Pamela Foster
“Flower” — skylark12
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I have used this design several times and it is very functional and provides storage where usually there is a blank wall. The TV is in the middle of the cabinet, which can be opened from the sink side or the tub side. See second photo. Photo credit Pamela Foster.
“bathroom storage” — Donna Widmaier
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I have used this design several times and it is very functional and provides storage where usually there is a blank wall. The TV is in the middle of the cabinet, which can be opened from the sink side or the tub side. This is the second photo that shows the TV. Photo credit Pamela Foster.
“bathroom” — Donna Widmaier
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These window treatments were also used by the owner's friendly cat as a litter box, so we replace the bottom of them with coordinating fabric. Actually, I like the idea and have designed others like that on purpose, not because of a beloved kitty! Photo credit Pamela Foster
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These window treatments were also used by the owner's friendly cat as a litter box, so we replaced the bottom of them with coordinating fabric. Actually, I like the idea and have designed others like that on purpose, not because of a beloved kitty! Photo credit Pamela Foster
“Use border” — Sherry Dinges
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These window treatments were also used by the owner's friendly cat as a litter box, so we replace the bottom of them with coordinating fabric. Actually, I like the idea and have designed others like that on purpose, not because of a beloved kitty! Photo credit Pamela Foster.
“drapes” — Kim Kusilek
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“Rumpled hmmm” — cpierotti
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This is the formal living room before we pushed out the back, added on 6'7", and turned it into the new main floor master bedroom. Pamela Foster
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We added on to an existing room and put this client's bath and master on the main floor so she wouldn't have to climb stairs, and would have a handicap accessible master bath for future use if necessary. Pamela Foster
“Arch and corbels and molding” — juliejackson
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A new master bath added to the main floor for an older client so she won't have to climb stairs. Also, we made the shower and toilet area handicap accessible in case she needs it in the future.Pamela Foster
“layout/arch ceiling” — TRADESMAN
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A new master bath on the main floor that is handicap accessible for future use. Pamela Foster
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A new master bath on the main floor that is handicap accessible for future use.Pamela Foster
“Arch and corbels” — juliejackson
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We moved the old fireplace to a new location that is more friendly to the bed location. We pushed out 6'7" to create space for a new master bath and master bedroom.Pamela Foster
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we added 6'7" to the rear of this house so we could create a new master bedroom and bath so this client would not have to climb stairs. We also made the bath handicap accessible. Pamela Foster
“grab bars by tub” — bckaplan
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We added 6'7" to the rear of this home to create space for a new master bedroom and bath. We also made the bath handicap accessible. Pamela Foster
“who makes the grab bar?” — southpondfarm
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This design of a double single sink for a bath saves space and allows more drawers to be designed into the base cabinets. This sink is 33" wide and gives plenty of room for two. Pamela Foster
“Love the wide sink and the space it frees up for cabinet space. Great use of space when designing i” — Pamela Foster & Associates, Inc.
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There is plenty of room next to this toilet so it is handicap accessible for future use. Crisp and clean.Pamela Foster
“Grab bar, toilet brush” — gandcmommy
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We updated the powder room when we added the new master bedroom and bath. The hand painted sink is the focal point. Foster
“Custom hand painted sink. Love it!” — Pamela Foster & Associates, Inc.
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This new powder room replaces an outdated powder room. The hand painted sink is the focal point. Pamela Foster
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Lovely old bergere chair and ottoman that we recovered when we moved the master to the main in this renovation. Pamela Foster
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Before we did this renovation, the owner's dog's crates were in the middle of her bedroom. I designed a space in her closet under high hanging short blouses to house the crates. The dogs are happy, and so is the owner! Win, win!!!!! :) Pamela Foster
“Dog crate in front closet” — woltingva
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Close up detail of the welting on this re-covered chair. Pamela Foster
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Close up detail on this re-covered chair for the new living room. Pamela Foster
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I used the old magnolia finials, changed the paint colors to match the new silk floral fabric and antiqued the old rods and rings. The top banding is a good way to add some detail without detracting from the floral pattern. Pamela Foster
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We updated this family room when we added on and converted a huge formal living room that was never used into the new master on the main. This room has now evolved into the formal living room and the upstairs old master has turned into a family room. We also removed and replaced an old 1980's fireplace, fireplace surround. and modified the mantle and legs. Pamela Foster
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This is the other side of this room, which is warm and inviting. Because of the dark walls, I chose to use light fabrics. Pamela Foster
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This is another shot of the living room. Pamela Foster
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To tie the room together, I used the drapery fabric to make some pillows in this room. Pamela Foster
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Close up of the bracket that finishes off the arch entry to the shower Pamela Foster
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I found this wonderful toilet bowl scrubber that mounts on the wall and it is great! The handicap grab bar is really a bar foot rest. They are so much prettier than antiseptic commercial grab bars. Pamela Foster
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We bumped out 6'7" to form this new master bedroom on the main floor in place of the old formal living room. In order to avoid having a lower ceiling in the new addition, we inserted a steel I beam in the old house and sistered on to it for the new addition. Ceiling is flat. It was tricky, but we pulled it off. Pamela Foster
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This view of the master bedroom shows the wall of glass, with one door so the owner can access the patio. Pamela Foster
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The owner's old office was on the third floor and there was no way to install an elevator without totally ruining the residence. I designed the opposite of her new main floor master bedroom with all office cabinet built-ins. This is a close up of the detail on the cabinets. Pamela Foster
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I had the owner's old office chair re-covered in dark faux leather to match the new office cabinets. It was not very old and was comfortable, so we made the best of it. The great thing about this design is that she can swivel her chair around to remove printed papers, and then close everything up if needed. The TV is above in the wall cabinet, which is pretty much centered...More
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This is one of my favorite edge details. I think it really dresses up the fabric, but doesn't take anything away from the floral pattern. Pamela Foster
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Originally the fireplace was on the wall to the right where the antique secretary is currently located. We shored up the incorrectly framed floor joists, lifted the fireplace vent 6" so we could install the hearth level with the hardwood floors, and installed the new insert. Came out great! Pamela Foster
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If you examine this unit closely, you will see the left base cabinet door opens correctly to the left, and the hinges are exposed and on the left. For this layout to function properly, the right door needed to open to the left also so she can access the computer screen, but the hinges were not going to work that way. So, we put fake hinges on the right side and hidden working...More
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She wanted the bedskirt to be red, but we could not exactly match the red in the Oushak, so I transistioned with a green and brown silk, which touch the rug. Pamela Foster
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This room is fairly large, but this shot shows the office build-out on the opposite side of the bed wall. A wide screen and apparatus are located in the double door wall cabinet above the desktop. Pamela Foster
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This is a good photo of the space designed for the printer, which pulls out, but can be closed up when not in use. Pamela Foster
“Printer idea” — christineclifton16
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Here is a photo of us setting the steel beam to support the second story before we started framing the new walls of the master bedroom extension. Pamela Foster
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