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littlemissk
Nice job!
13 hours ago   
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Kitchen Masters, Inc.
Really dramatic improvement!
1 hour ago   
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Maggie Holbrook
what was the cost of the remodel and what part of the country is this in?
33 minutes ago     
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ikwewe
LOL about the motorhead. My hubby INSISTS on the garage being attached to the house. Every house we looked at, he talked about adding an attached garage. Beautiful intact 1943 Craftsman bungalow? Oh, we can break through the kitchen wall right here to attach the three car garage plus RV garage he wants to build on the extra lot. Um, no. We left that one go by even though I loved it. Couldn't see polluting it with an attached monstrosity. I keep talking about getting a remote extra garage building since our huge car plus RV attached garage won't hold his toys. He keeps trying to figure out where he can attach one to the house. :^p
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susanb92
Thanks for the ideas ladies...we have a detached garage right now, so no exhaust fumes! We lived in another house with an attached garage for 3 years, and that was tough! I had no idea how much "pain" my motorhead was in!

As far as unloading groceries etc. I'm with Sigrid...just don't go shopping on rainy or snowy days. I don't have kids to worry about either...too old for that!

Ikwewe I feel your pain! They just need their space...I just wish I had a greenhouse! Maybe in another life...
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Daisy Taylor
While coloured tiles look amazing, I would use neutral tiles for a few reason including this one: that you can transform your bathroom by changing the colour of towels, change up the shower curtain, change paint colour etc to keep your bathroom up to date while keeping the tiles neutral. You will never tire of your bathroom with neutral tiles.
April 6, 2014 at 6:50am     
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bct24
Love Color but tile is a long term commitment. Safer to go neutral then add color with paint.
April 6, 2014 at 6:53am     
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Timeless Interiors
LOVE the change! Really a great transformation! Would love to see what you are thinking for the backsplash.
April 2, 2014 at 2:46pm     
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Frederic
We have very tall vaulted ceilings and I think the tv looks fine above the fire place.
last Thursday at 7:30pm     
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LB Interiors
Wherever the best viewing is without neck strain.
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Bathroom Workbook: 12 Things to Consider for Your Remodel

Maybe a tub doesn’t float your boat, but having no threshold is a no-brainer. These points to ponder will help you plan Full Story
     Comment   April 2, 2014
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sabruno
Safety bars
April 8, 2014 at 4:02am   
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royalpayne
Yes, by all means, safety bars. And if not now, at least the blocking for them to be added later. In my 'Your new house' portfolio I plan to pass on, I have visually recorded every improvement we have done. Down to the studs pictures of blocking, electrical runs, plumbing, HVAC ducting, floor joist directions, types of underlayments under the hardwood and tile upgrades, insulation R factors and brands..... In short, every thing I wish had been passed on to me. Oh, and owners manuals of all appliances currently in the house. With their date of purchase and all warranty paperwork.
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Waltman Kitchen and Bath
This one was recently installed in a master bath renovation. The homeowner is very pleased. It just depends on your preference and style.
April 2, 2014 at 5:15am     
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Robin Seefahrt
living or dinning. too flamboyant in other spots- my opinion.
April 2, 2014 at 9:10pm   
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Houzz Tour: Updating a Midcentury Aerie in the Berkeley Hills

The setting was splendid; the house, not so much. Now the two are right in line, with high quality to spare Full Story
     Comment   April 1, 2014
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soberg
Really respectful, yet an amazing transformation! This is the house that the house itself always wanted to be. Takes a master to turn the frumpiest features like the ugly courtyards into the glamour spots!

Another pro move: Using the thin horizontal lath on the vertical board and batten wall to make it coordinate with the horizontal brick. Light-handed fix to an as-built problem.
March 21, 2014 at 6:19pm     
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littlemissk
Love the coffee maker.
March 31, 2014 at 8:36pm        Thanked by Kelli Kaufer Designs
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littlemissk
I have a separate room for the toilet and it's a nice distance from everything. The idea of a station somewhere for hot water to make tea or coffee appeals to me since I like to sip as I'm getting ready in the morning. I have to go to the kitchen and then bring it back. Not a big deal since I do it now, but if I ever get the opportunity!
March 31, 2014 at 9:34pm     
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brugnut
Miele coffee
April 1, 2014 at 5:20pm   
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oeohfppe
aerosol effect - every time you flush contaminated water droplets are dispensed into the air and send germs ALL over your bathroom. I won't even store my toothbrush in the bathroom. Studies have been done. You can look them up. ick. ick. ick. on serving food or beverages in the toilet. ew.

Otherwise - VERY nice update!
April 1, 2014 at 9:15pm     
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11 Reasons to Love Wall-to-Wall Carpeting Again

Is it time to kick the hard stuff? Your feet, wallet and downstairs neighbors may be nodding Full Story
     Comment   March 31, 2014
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busyfamilyfitness
We are moving into a new home in two weeks and I need to pick out carpet for the gameroom and kids' bedrooms that are all upstairs. I really like the patterned or loop and pile textures, but nothing too crazy. Anyone have any suggestions. I can't make up my mind. Thanks.
March 31, 2014 at 5:23pm   
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littlemissk
Hey busyfamilyfitness ... Based on where you mention you want to install carpet, if I were you I'd look at commercial grade carpet. Nothing like it for exceptional durability, stain resistance, beauty and sustainability benefits. There are many products available in the market place that can be used for residential purposes that are soft, aesthetically pleasing and easy to care for.
March 31, 2014 at 5:39pm   
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