Dawn Jackson
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA

Home in the Vineville district of North Macon, GA. Projects included: exterior paint, kitchen remodel, tile floor addition in family room, partial bath remodel, mold remediation, interior paint and staging throughout for sale.
Project Year: 2010
Project Cost: $25,001 - $50,000
Country: United States
Zip Code: 31204
Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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The owner wanted a bright, fun, welcoming Keywest color combination that her young children and community would enjoy. We ended up getting lots of thumbs-ups from neighbors...even the older ones that were skeptical at first.
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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The owner wanted a bright, fun, welcoming Keywest color combination that her young children and community would enjoy. We ended up getting lots of thumbs-ups from neighbors...even the older ones that were skeptical at first.
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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The owner wanted a bright, fun, welcoming Keywest color combination for the home that her young children would enjoy.
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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We replaced the worn out carpet with terra cotta tile floor in family room.
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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Family room with plantation shutters. I used the Terra cotta tile on the floor and counter and went with a neutral paint to match the grout color. We cozied up the TV area by pulling the kids oversized chairs into one of the corners.
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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We kept the traditional hex tile flooring and walls, adding a new pedestal sink, toilet and fixtures. We went with a neutral color on the wall to let the classic floor be the main attraction.
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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I usually work alone but was able to recruit some help when painting the garage wall next to the pool. And since it was summer by the pool, I multi-tasked, working on my tan.
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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I usually work alone but was able to recruit some help when painting the garage wall next to the pool. And since it was summer by the pool, I multi-tasked, working on my tan.
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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I usually work alone but was able to recruit some help when painting the garage wall next to the pool. And since it was summer by the pool, I multi-tasked, working on my tan.
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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The kitchen was a tiny galley style, which would be challenging for a family of five with two dogs and a cat. The house had a formal dining room plus an addition room off the kitchen, so we opened the wall to the extra room making room for a large island.
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We designed an oversized island which included a second sink, where the kids could spread out and do their homework and eat or just hang out while mom was making dinner. It was also great for entertaining. We added a separate walk-in pantry and spice cabinet. I painted some chairs the owners already had glossy black, which added a nice contrast to the carrara marble counter top...More
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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The kitchen was a tiny galley style, which would be challenging for a family of five with two dogs and a cat. The house had a formal dining room plus an addition room off the kitchen, so we opened the wall to the extra room making room for a large island.
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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We designed an oversized island which included a second sink, where the kids could spread out and do their homework and eat or just hang out while mom was making dinner. It was also great for entertaining. The flow through kitchen served as the main entrance from the back patio, yard and pool area.
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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The kitchen was a tiny galley style, which would be challenging for a family of five with two dogs and a cat. The house had a formal dining room plus an addition room off the kitchen, so we opened the wall to the extra room making room for a large island.
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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We designed an oversized island which included a second sink, where the kids could spread out and do their homework and eat or just hang out while mom was making dinner. It was also great for entertaining. We added a separate walk-in pantry and spice cabinet. I painted some chairs the owners already had glossy black, which added a nice contrast to the carrara marble counter top...More
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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We designed an oversized island which included a second sink, where the kids could spread out and do their homework and eat or just hang out while mom was making dinner. It was also great for entertaining. The flow through kitchen served as the main entrance from the back patio, yard and pool area.
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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Front entry and a few pieces for staging while the home was on the market. The owners had moved most items out.
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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Paint makeover in dining room with antique glass chandelier, plantation shutters and player piano.
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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Paint makeover to accent the wall frames under the chair rail. Dining room with antique glass chandelier, plantation shutters and player piano.
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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We went with neutral walls in the living room to focus on the terra cotta tile fireplace and white built-ins and plantation shutters.
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Overlook Ave - Macon, GA
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We went with neutral walls in the living room to focus on the terra cotta tile fireplace and white built-ins and plantation shutters.
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We chose a neutral color for the walls in the master bedroom to focus on the nice antique piece and red headboard which was an old door we sourced from a local salvage company.
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