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Follow up on the Front Fireplace.

Tonight we will follow up upon my previous post: Front Room Fireplace. I wish we knew what the original fireplace looked like. We know the view below was never seen by the original home owners. Although this newer layout featured an attractive contemporary stone fireplace and handsome cabinetry, it lacked depth and character. This wall… Continue reading Follow up on the Front Fireplace.

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Kitchen Transom Window.

I still owe y’all a follow up post regarding the details of the front fireplace, but I couldn’t wait to share our newly installed kitchen transom window. We had this transom window hand crafted by a local artisan, Denise Feeney of Stained Glass Unlimited,¬†and she did a stunning job! This new window perfectly matches the… Continue reading Kitchen Transom Window.

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Front Fireplace.

Tonight we will give you a quick look at the newly completed front fireplace! I will go into more detail tomorrow, as we are on our way out to dinner after a multiple kiddo birthday party day. Let’s take a quick look at the almost complete fireplace (still needs grout) and a look back in… Continue reading Front Fireplace.

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Master bathroom.

And now, my favorite bathroom tile; quintessentially Art Nouveau in design, profoundly deep saturation of color, intricately interwoven ribbons of life, elegantly delicate and yet substantially bold flowers that physically push beyond the top linear boundary. Please see this previous post for more information on our Golem Tiles: Girls’ Bathroom. Below: Before bathtub installation. Below:… Continue reading Master bathroom.