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This was a dilapidated small ranch that we transformed into a lovely, comfortable 4 bedroom house.
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I used the existing structure of this small rancher and added a porch and upstairs area with dormers for bedrooms. The roses at the front steps are Lady Banks because they don't have thorns; the others are New Dawn. The bloom time for Lady Banks is different and shorter than New Dawn, so the color at the front porch is extended. The rear yard was bermed and landscaped to pro...More
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Closeup of entry with Lady Banks and New Dawn climbing roses on front porch posts. Also note the roof rafters without gutters/fascia or soffit. Photo credit Pamela Foster
“CLIMBERS6CARPORT” — anneug
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“Caladiums, mixed with flowers. Dappled shade?” — Mary Hoyle
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We turned the combination LR/DR into just a dining room when entering this small rancher. Photo credit Pamela Foster
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Photo credit Pamela Foster-Custom stick built newel post to match the scale of this renovation
“black newell post” — anetherwood
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Open floor plan to make a small bungalow seem larger and create greater flow.
“close off hallway” — bchapm01
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Master bedroom design, construction and interiors by Pamela Foster & Assoc, Inc. Photo credit Pamela Foster
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Guest Bedroom. Photo credit Pamela Foster
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The rear yard was bermed and landscaped to provide privacy from an adjoining business. Photo credit Pamela Foster
“another swing idea” — af9701
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Custom ergonomically correct office cabinets. The floor was painted and distressed because the previous owners had animals that permanently stained the hardwood floors. This paint process covered up those flaws. Photo credit Pamela Foster
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Through the years I have come up with this design for a computer set-up. The mouse is not on top of the desk, but is under it in a separate compartment; this allows work to be done on the desktop without clearing a space for the mouse each time. The screen is located lower so that you look down on it instead of straining your neck when it is on top of a desk. The keyboard sl...More
“office shelves” — 236wbd
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“Kitchen desk” — erica3298
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We used drapery material that matched the master bedroom in the shower area. Since there was a wide opening to the shower, we made two swinging rods to hold the custom shower curtain and lined both with clear shower curtains cut to size. Photo credit Pamela Foster
“What you can do with an old house bathroom without renovation!” — museumlady
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“pink pillows” — hanalu
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“Impatiens, fern, hosta. = pretty” — Mary Hoyle
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“L” — eir4
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“Design” — scscottrn42
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“Beautiful garden and pergola swing” — krisx2
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“Backyard” — ro76
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The rear yard was bermed and landscaped to provide privacy from an adjoining business.
“Cozy” — suzannefrank
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“Faux” — timjill21
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“master bath window” — bobbiebath
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“Cozy family room open to kitchen” — Faye Waters
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“The fabric” — sb462
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This secondary bath is clean and fresh. Photo credit Pamela Foster.
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“Quilted cafe curtain~” — shavianne
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This secondary bath is clean and fresh. Photo credit Pamela Foster
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