Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Update photos

Come on over to my Just beachy blog to see the guest house bunkie we built over the summer , I am so proud of this massive project, I have wanted a bunkie for years and never really thought we would build one , but here it is...
A paneled wall I did over the summer for a client , including floating side tables I made custom. Sorry its so small I need to go take new shots with my real camera.
A kitchen makeover I did for a client recently , added beadboard right over some ugly tile using no more nails, love the last minute decision to add the tin panel behind the stove , the client painted the cabinets white , they were oak , I also added beadboard to the bulk head , I need to get a before shot ...
Beautiful paneled wall.
A sweet bathroom makeover I did , including new counter top and sink , board and batten and reframing the mirror with trim , love this transformation, so signature beachy.
Custom bookcases with beadboard backs.
One of my best projects to date for sure built in custom bookcases.
Oh and a little cover love , I went searching for my article in Easy decorating and was shocked to see my family room on the cover , what a thrill.

Cobi Ladner came by for a visit to film a segment for The Steven and Chris show , here's the bedroom looking pretty , I dragged my big elliptical machine out ...now I just need to get around to doing the wood floors I have always wanted in here.

The paneled wall I did in my living room ,love the character it adds.

I painted out the stripes in the dining room with Lichen by Para , a Sarah Richardson paint colour, I also pared back my decor and added a beachy chandelier.
Sorry it took so long for new photos , hope you liked the re-cap.


Zane Wooder said...

You do amazing work. I'd love you to come to my friend's house and make it pretty.

-Zane of ontario honey

N. said...

OK, sorry about the mis-post! Now this is the post where I wanted to ask the question about the beadboard covering up the tile backsplash in the kitchen. Can you share more how you did it?

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