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The wallpaper chosen by the client is not at all limiting to the use of other colors or patterns. It's very subtle and really since it is just one wall can easily be removed in the future. It is not permanent. The room is so well done. Congrats!
last Saturday at 5:03pm        Thanked by VANGUARD development
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Thank you, Lovliny. We try :)
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Houzz Tour: Picture-Perfect Simplicity

It’s like camping out in a catalog sometimes at this classic farmhouse — Pottery Barn and other retailers love it for photo shoots Full Story
     Comment   April 2, 2014
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lucygray
Yikes, needs some Kaffe Fassett. The interior looks like ice, much too cold for me, but lovely grounds with lots of potential. The spartan deck is wasted space; jazz it up! Gosh, even a throw pillow (not black or gray) would help. And stop painting the fireplace. Textured fieldstone of any color would have leant some warmth. Kids and pets are no excuse for going all-white. It's usually the other way around. Sorry, but as someone else suggested, even a few window treatments would soften up the harsh edges.
April 1, 2014 at 10:46am     
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lovliny
It may be possible that you are having a hard time deciding on the right color for your backsplash because the taupe color on your walls may be clashing with the warmer cream color of your cabinets. Travertine tiles would look beautiful as there are many shades of color in them. Perhaps pick a new wall color from the travertine after it is installed.
March 27, 2014 at 11:55am        Thanked by appasgirl
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Wow Diane that is beautiful! I love your cabinets :-) Thank you for the photos and the ideas. I will definitely look into that and post a pic when we are done.
March 31, 2014 at 5:47am   
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Strong Fine Arts
I created a backsplash out of Masonite panels. First, I cut them to the size & shape the client wanted. Then covered them with gesso on front, edges and back to waterproof them. Next I painted them with liquid acrylic paints in an abstract, fluid pattern. Finally a clear, waterproof coating was applied to insure they would never, ever warp from getting wet. Then we attached them with construction adhesive. The result was just what the client wanted. Of course, you can paint them in any style, manner you like. I have also created one long landscape image for another kitchen.
March 31, 2014 at 6:37am   
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lovliny
Dog3mom, absolutely gorgeous home.
March 25, 2014 at 4:21pm   
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Lisa M.
My current house does not have an open concept family/kitchen room. I would have preferred it... Now that I am actually in my new space it doesn't bother me. Instead of the whole house looking messy, it's more confined to one room. My kids are not babies anymore and I don't have the need to keep my eyes on them every minute.
April 9, 2014 at 11:13am     
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YourCeiling
I know several people that prefer an open concept room; however I would rather have two separate areas in my home. I enjoy having the kitchen or dining area, and then being able to walk away from it all and relax in the living room area.
April 9, 2014 at 11:33am     
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