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Old 02-09-2008, 05:43 PM   #1
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We did a complete remodel ourselves. I colorwashed a Fireplace for the first time, and was really happy with it. What do you think!

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I love your kitchen. Looks like you took out a wall, and that made all the difference!

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I would change the color of the devices on the island to ivory so they dont stick out so bad... Everything looks very nice...
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Thanks!

Yes, taking out the wall made a HUGE difference! The house seems larger and the front room is actually usable now.

If I were doing it over, I'd probably change the outlets to ivory, but I am 99% done and so tired of working on it, that I probably won't mess with it. Bad, huh???
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Yes, taking out the wall made a HUGE difference! The house seems larger and the front room is actually usable now.

If I were doing it over, I'd probably change the outlets to ivory, but I am 99% done and so tired of working on it, that I probably won't mess with it. Bad, huh???
Its not bad, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, if you like it leave it, I like to try and match devices to their background... but what do I know?
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Its not bad, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, if you like it leave it, I like to try and match devices to their background... but what do I know?
Do you really want an answer???
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Do you really want an answer???

An answer to what? if the white looks bad on wood?
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I tried viewing the picture and it wouldn't work. Is there any chance you could post it directly to the forum? Thanks.
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I tried viewing the picture and it wouldn't work. Is there any chance you could post it directly to the forum? Thanks.
Maybe because the thread is 2.5 years old & the user hasn't been back in over 2.5 years
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Maybe because the thread is 2.5 years old & the user hasn't been back in over 2.5 years
Thanks, but I think it's because the picture was posted on webshots.com and it's no longer there.

I typed in "house remodel" and there were 82,777 results on that website.

That's why I'm asking him to post it directly to the forum.

It doesn't really matter how old the thread is. It's still something interesting to look at and possibly learn from.

And thanks just the same, but I already knew the age of the thread.
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I just got an email that there were replies to a thread I started, and was trying to remember "what" thread?
I tried my link to the pics and it works for me...Is it not working for anyone else?
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Works fine for me
Welcome back
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Yep, it's working for me now. I was doing it wrong. Thanks!
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