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Master Bathroom, Master bath with his & hers sinks.  Maple crown moulding coming., Bathrooms
Main Foyer, We continue to work this space.  We have tried several things but with the two-story ceiling we still have not achieved the scale this room so deserves.  So consider this work in progress., Living Rooms
Basement Foyer, There doesn't seem to be a category for things like hallways or ante rooms so I chose the closest thing I could find.  This room is a transition between the landing at at the bottom of the basement stairs and our multi-purpose room that includes a wet bar media area and kids playroom.  This room started out baren and empty.  We livened it up a little though it is still under-utilized., Living Rooms
comfort with a touch of elegance, This kitchen was gutted. I continued the theme from my living room. We wanted space for entertaining. I designed everything from the island to the work station. I didn't have room for a large china cabinet so I designed 2 smaller ones to frame my window., Kitchens
my stress relief, This master bath has everything my husband and I both need. I love to soak in my oversized tub. I can either watch the birds or count the stars. We each have our own vanities with plenty of elbow room. I love the murano glass that frames the backsplashes., Bathrooms
Suburban Damask screened porch, My suburban house has a great screened porch that alas is too close to the neighbor's house. And it faces south so it can be too sunny in the morning or afternoon.  I had a local blacksmith make the iron hardware and I made the curtains and pillows. My grandmother had a glider like this one on her front porch. A $15 louvered door purchased at a Habitat ReStore provides a focal point AND eclipes the view of the neighbors' deck., Porches

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