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I am in the middle of transforming my master bedroom and just finished stenciling the walls and creating a Board and Batten Wainscoting. To see how I did it please visit my blog post http://www.lisascreativedesigns.com/lisascot...
My clients had a fairly large open window between their kitchen and living room. I found an old antique lead glassed window, and painted it black. I hung it with black chain. It looks great from both rooms!
Stenciling an Accent Wall in a Nursery Using the Moroccan Dream Stencils Creates a Lovely Space
Happy Monday, my stencil lovin' DIY mommies! We are just gushing with excitement like a
kid in a candy shop here at Cutting Edge Stencils! Why? Because today we have the sweetest little girl's nursery to share with you! It might even be so sweet that you might get a toothache just looking at it! OUCH!
Meet Jill, a super crafty mama and the blogger responsible for Mommy Vignettes, and her newly revealed Moroccan Dream Stenciled nursery! I told you it was SWEET! Please don't bill us for those dental expenses. I'm sure you are going to agree with us that this nursery is simply stunning! http://blog.cuttingedgestencils.com/love-lac...
Has anyone ever used this company before, or know of anyone who has used it? Does it work, and hold up well? Anyone in the Katy/Houston area in particular? Any and all comments would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
I purchased a home with an unfinished basement. It has framing/installation/some electrical and roughed in plumbing. So I spoke with an Licensed electrician about wiring it out to code
and him pulling a permit. He advised me if he pulled the permit it would have to be for the full job not just electric so it would be better if I pulled an home owners inspection permit because I'm doing the basement in stages. I called and requested this and I was told it was 71.50 a sq ft and 4.50 per something else. Well I have 1200 Sqt so just adding that together that tells me that can't be right as that is about 85,000 bucks. I question why it would be so much to to finish my basement and was told thats the system and they hung up on me. I called back and got someone else and rephased the question still to get told they needed to know the full amount I was going to spend to finish the basement.