This was a small rancher before I decided to pop the top and add on to the rear.
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“basic up and down with landings” — lwbowman
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“curtains, love the fabric” — dmprice23
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“Wood counter tops” — Martha Kennedy
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“lustra” — Emanuela Voinescu
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Knotty, distressed and chocolate glaze cherry cabinets; photo credit Pamela Foster
“Similar color combo ... look at cabinets in background” — petalumadad
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Since there is never enough seating at a large party, I designed a full width window seat in the dining room. It also provides great storage space for large platters and silver. The two custom china and silver storage cabinets that flank the window seat also add great storage space. Photo credit Pamela Foster
“back hall” — mwge
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Another view of this DR shows the custom built-in china/silver cabinets and the window seat.
“lots of color with lots of light” — mrsbatjr
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A soothing, relaxing master bedroom with seating space, but no wasted sf for a "sitting room". More is not always better.
“Colors” — pegnicholls
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This is a secondary bedroom, so I wanted to make it comfortable and inviting for guests.
“jupette à deux tissus” — decolinilo
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This guest room is fresh and clean. Tip: I bought the oil painting over the bed online. Also, the headboard was a Craigslist find for $200 that was black before I antiqued it white with a darker wash.
“love this colour combo, walls, curtains, bedding” — deeplante
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I like to take personal objects and use them in new ways. We used an antique family sewing machine for a bedside table.
“colors” — 11silver
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In order to have 24" of working counter space, I designed the base cabinets to be 36" deep. This allows the tambour door storage of 12" deep, but still gives working counter space. It also almost doubles the drawer space below. Photo credit Pamela Foster
“Tambour door” — ckadel
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The breakfast room in this house is almost as large as a regular dining room. It is in conjunction with a bar seating area, which makes the kitchen very family friendly.
“awesome” — jenspencer98
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Great room
“colors” — Katina Kelley
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Great room, kitchen
“Similar cabinets” — Trey Adams
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kitchen
“Kitchen orientation” — indyrita317
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bathroom
“color” — jbw5
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Stairs from above
“Wall color” — kcurcija
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This 1893 Chickering grand piano anchors this space beautifully. The keys are in great shape and there is only one hammer that needs to be replaced. It has been restrung and sounds great! Here is a link to a piano restoration company. As you can see, these pianos are very valuable. Link: "http://www.antiquepianoshop.com/restoration-services/". Here is a link to one that ...More
“grand piano” — Amber Beasley
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Window treatments
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These window seat cushions are in the formal dining room and are used frequently by visitors. Photo credit Pamela Foster
“fabric” — alamac
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Window treatments, window seat cushions, photo credit Pamela Foster
“Red, Green, blue at top of printed drape” — heidilprice
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“I love the top detail. Great for a valance” — jlundm
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Removing a persian rug and replacing with a sisal rug, and swapping an iron headboard for a linen fabric headboard totally changed the look of this bedroom. Pamela Foster
“headboard” — jaymo1
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The french doors in this office let in great light and the deck houses planters that have hummingbird feeders. Pamela Foster
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Window treatment edge detail. Pamela Foster
“Yes” — Rachel Daugherty
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