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I employed a pool company to excavate the pool and blow in the concrete. My efforts were the plumbing, electrical, patio and paving. A nice haven to...
I found this dresser in a thrift store painted with gloss white paint. I offered the owner $50 and she included the tax. After stripping off the...
This is part of the addition I added and shows a sparsely appointed room with a Murphy bed behind the green panel
My daughters bedroom showing the sleigh bed made from a couple of mahogany headboard panels I snagged from a yard sale. I added the legs and made a...
The poster bed I made from maple bed side rails I found in a dumpster at an old hotel. I planed them down and glued them together to make the pencil...
This is part of the addition I built including a computer desk for the kids with the powder room at the bottom end
The last part of the addition was the utility room. The pantry sliding glass doors were taken from other area's of the house when renovating
Another shot of the utility room housing freezers, fridges, wash sink and washer and drier.
The kitchen cabinets were made from melamine boxes with a clear maple veneer exterior. The doors are reverse raised panel maple shaker style. Counter...
Another view of the kitchen. The farmhouse table I made from clear fire. The legs I turned on a home made lathe utilizing 2x4's and a variable speed...
Dining room was created from two existing rooms and works well with the cherry extending table that I made to seat 10 easily. The chairs were either...
Another view of the dining room
These french doors replace a 36" wide door now in the pantry.
The living room was originally two rooms with a fireplace in the center where the couch is now. I took out the old fire place, chimney stack and...
Another view of the living room with two double french doors leading to the pool patio
Living room again. All the hardwood floors throughout the house were taken up and relaid using the original 3" boards. I had them professionally...
The bookcase I made from 8" wide heart pine boards taken from the old porch during demolition.
The front door was originally to the right where the window is now. Matching the weeping mortar on the brickwork was a challenge I enjoyed



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