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No More Wire Shelves! How To Change Up A Standard Pantry – Before & After 9.12.18

Thinking Outside The Box When We Need More Bathroom Space

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Notice This Says …Guest “Bedroom” …Yes For A Bathroom Design

Sure, today everyone can prepare a design presentation board…or perhaps better known as the techy term “mood board”.  Yet when it comes to solving space problems and pushing us outside a conventional design trend, using an interior designer can make all the difference.  Say like, when a family really needs a better solution for sharing a bathroom!

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A Coastal Bathroom Before and After-8.1.18

 

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Florida house plan designs in the early 90’s all have several things in common. One, the construction quality is good.  Many of these homes still have original features that are functioning and do not require excessive maintenance.  Two, most have mirrors and very large ones at that.  Three, coastal bathrooms in this age of architecture update beautifully!

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Not Our Grandma’s Happy Hour Bar-Before and After 7.18.18

Being Gutsy With Interior Design Makes An Airbnb Memorable – Before and After 7.11.18

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No Guts No Glory

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When long time clients decided to get into the short term, vacation rental business we had one piece of advice.  Go big or go big!  Which is exactly what they have done renovating a historic building in an equally historical Kentucky town.  Today let’s take a sneak peek to see how taking a few gutsy chances with the interior design is going to make this one memorable Airbnb!

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A Young Interior Designer’s Shares Office With Hubs- Before and After 7.4.18

 

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Real Estate Agents and Interior Designers are always thrilled when a house has “good bones”.  As a designer, working for our clients, I can walk into a room and immediately see the potential others may not see.  This is exactly how Mr. LBD Jr. and I felt the minute we saw our home.  One of our first exciting projects was blending our styles for a shared office.

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