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Commented on Aug 17, 2012
Oh Stephanie - great minds think alike. I too wanted carriage doors for my garage. And went
to Home Depot and bought the brackets and create a carriage door effect. Did this idea over 5 years ago. I had to get this approved by my HOA, and funny, after I did this, 2 other residents did the same thing to their garage door. Here is a picture of my garage door. Mine however cost less than $20 and I had a friend who installed them for me for free.
I need to redo this fireplace. Only thing left in the house and still left on my punch list. A friend of mine botch up the job and for 2 years I have been looking at this and want to get someone in my house to either to redo the whole thing or fix it. I have brown masking tape on the marble where there are spaces b/c he didn't use a tile cutter. I also need to add a shelf. Where can I find a professional to correct this? P.S. The reason for the wait is because of financial means
and just obtained a full time position in October with an awesome law firm. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Commented on Apr 02, 2012
Don't know what I really want. Money is not the reason for holding off, just want to make
sure. I get so confused and unsure when I can't visualize something and then I will put something on hold b/c I don't see it. One of my defects to say the least. You got the job, I just got to figure out what I want.
Same basic configuration w/relocation of rear entry to allow for wrap around cabinets, corner fridge and larger island. Flip flopped the sink & cooktop & added corner cupboards to the
dining area which allowed us to turn the table and add the leaves. GE paneled appliances including induction cooktop for smooth, clean look. Tile from Byrd Tile, lighting from LightingDirect.com, appliances from Appliance World all in Raleigh. Cabinets: Kitchens & More, Durham. Contractor: Johnny Woody/Woodybilt. I can't say enough about my contractor...not only a friend but a first rate contractor who went above and beyond and Kelly and Steve @ Kitchens & More are a very creative and talented group of folks who made sure I had my dream kitchen. Thanks guys.
Commented on Jan 24, 2012
Gorgeous. Regarding the red carpet, it would be nice. Why don't you compromise - get a rug
with red accents in it and have the rug prominently black. This way you both win.