Posts Tagged ‘renovations’

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Spectacular Private Tour of the 2018 HGTV Dream Home

Every once in a blue (or pink) moon we have a “pinch me” moment. For me, that moment was last month when my friends at Delta Faucet invited me on a private tour of the 2018 HGTV Dream Home. Seriously, I had to read the email twice to make sure it was for real!  Each year HGTV finds a […] Read more…

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How to Cook Up an Inviting Festive Christmas Kitchen

Welcome to the The Christmas Blog Hop! I wait ALL year for this post.  For those coming over from my dear friend Summer Adams Designs, welcome! Can you believe how beautiful her new PNW home is? Summer’s home is less than 2 weeks old and it’s all decorated in Winter white!   I’m happy to be sharing my recent kitchen […] Read more…

The Itsy Bitsy Cottage No Wake Zone

It’s hard to believe that just over 9 months ago we started this remodeling rollercoaster!  And although the cottage is so small the project ride never seemed to end. The great room was one of the reason why we bought this cottage.  It’s open space and vaulted ceiling gives the illusion that the space is so much larger than […] Read more…

No bones about it, She has good bones.

Hello friends.  As most of you know from past posts we’ve been feverishly trying to get our Itsy-Bitsy cottage renovated for summer. When we purchased this fixer-upper Labor Day of 2014 we knew that the renovations needed to make this place our own could not be done by the end of the year.  The previous […] Read more…

Peace, Love and Sandy Feet: the Adventure of the Itsy Bitsy Cottage

As an artist and designer I have been blessed with wonderful friends and clients with drop dead gorgeous cottages, cabins and lake houses. Last year I had the privilege of painting murals in a clients second home located on the banks of Canandaigua Lake in Bristol NY. A spacious and unreal plot of land that […] Read more…

We call them Lower Levels now…not basements or cellars.

When I think of basements I think of my grandparent’s stone and pitched walled cellar that was covered with cobwebs and dust and had a rickety ladder going down.  With the exception of a few canning jars the basement was bare and not visited very often. Well, the basement has come a long way and […] Read more…

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