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Gold Tones Master Bath, Our master bathroom done in golds and greens.  Still trying to decide on an appropriate paint color..., Bathrooms
Our Very First Living Room..., This is the first living room my husband and I have ever had that was "OURS"!  We want it to reflect us but right now I think it is saying... we arent very interesting!!!  Any ideas for us?? (Note we ARE getting ready to paint the room a very light but warm taupe...) I will update the pics as we continuously work on the house., Living Rooms
Bare Dining Room, This is my current dining room.  I love the color and the picture and I would love to have a little more of that "bistro feel".  BUT I know I am missing something... any constructive criticism would be welcomed!  , Dining Rooms
Coleus Plant Lover, Pictures of my beautiful coleus plants!, Gardens
Old Historic Home 1851, In KY, Living room/ Parlor Finally finished went with Historic Colors of the period yet another source provided me.New Plasterpaint wood work replacementGreat place for people to mengle here at Maple Hill Manor., Living Rooms
Newly redecorated at my B&B, 1 of 7 bedrooms., House was used as a barn for many years  has 15 acres in Central KY.Was gutted and added new antique furniture. Remodeled and redecorated painted laid new carpet all my ownThanks to and I was able to reference everything I needed to get the job done. Circa 1848-1851 finally accepted by National Historic Society and a Kentucky Landmark. Now called Maple Hill Manor, Bedrooms