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Vintage Home Bathroom Redo - Times 3!, In 2004 faced with renovating a bathroom we figured what the hey let's do three!  We started with the goal of having everything brand new BUT still keeping with the character found in the rest of the house.  One solution was using an abundance of natural stone and taking it from the floor to the ceiling.  First time we'd ever tackled such a project . . . and I LOVED it!, Bathrooms
Riley's garden room, Riley is 2 1/2.  Her room has a white picket fence all the around. In the corner is a full size tree. Her bed is made from a piece of  vinyl picket fence from Lowes. There is also clouds in the sky and additional trees on a hill.  The whole room is a garden mural and her bed fits right in., Girls' Rooms
Memphis Living, Even though my space is apartment space I feel that I have done well making it my home., Living Rooms
Garden / Yard / Exterior, We totally lucked out when we found this home in 2001.  The yard was done.  Coming from Atlanta at the time most of it was like nothing we'd seen before.  Favorites here would definitely be the pony tail palm (certified by the state as Florida's largest) and the lobster claw heliconias.  , Gardens
Colonial Revival Home in Atlanta, Georgia, A two-story Colonial revival in Atlanta Georgia features a side-gabled roof., Home Exterior
Private Residence - Reconnection with the Forest - Unbuilt Work, This is a private residence in western Massachusetts for which I did a design but it is not built. The home is new and the contractor cleared the land in order to place the home and garage. This design reconnects the home with the surrounding forest with several open spaces for play entertaining and private contemplation. A strong entry exists with the steel and cable structure which also ties the home more strongly to the garage. , Yards

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