Enjoy some interior design by Phoebe Howard in Atlanta.
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I am trying to get some bathroom design inspirations so we can finish our guest bath. In my search, I found a great website, Coddington Design. They have some great interior photos. Enjoy. 🙂
I will be posting new photos of our house tomorrow, but in the meantime, enjoy some interiors from Tracey Butler. We are supposed to be getting cabinets installed tomorrow :).
As I have posted before, you can visit flickr.com for any photo search. I found a new group of photos on Mudrick’s photo stream that were great interior design options from different places. Just a quick update on our home remodel, the Electricians are working on replacing the entire electrical system in our house. The original electric box was from the 1930’s. Scary! They are putting a new, up-to-code box and switches in the house. This will probably be another week. Enjoy the below photos. xoxo Traci
I always find great interior ideas and details from this site in the UK. Here are just a few photos I liked from House to Home.
All the demo is complete! See the photos below. As they were taking everything out, an old chimney was found behind some cabinets. We talked about trying to keep this and use this in the design, but it just would not work. The electric and framing start next week. We will be with out electricity for a week or two while they are rewiring the house. I will keep you posted. Have a great weekend!
Check out some interior design projects by Nathan Egan.
I needed some visual inspiration today. Just an update on our house remodel, we are back to step one. The set of architect plans we have been working off of for three months will now not work. The cost to just add and move all the new plumbing/electrical is over $25.0k, just for (what we call) “PHASE 1”. OUCH. The total remodel for PHASE 1 came in at almost $97.0k (this did not even include the two new bathrooms for Phase Two)! Jed and I, along with Andrew calculated we would never get our money back on such an extensive remodel without adding additional square feet. Jed and I decided to start over and work off of our original house plans from the beginning, keeping the kitchen and all bathrooms in the same location. It will be great once we can just make the final decisions. We bought our house based off remodeling everything in the same location so I know staying with our original plan is the best decision, just a bumming knowing how big our kitchen “could” have been, but oh well. We still love our home. 🙂 Enjoy the below photos!
Clothespin Wall hook from Chiasso
Silver light switch from Red Dot
I noticed these light switches in a magazine from many years ago. They are meant to be an outdoor, weatherproof light switch, but I love them for indoors. I was finally able to find the manufacturer after many days of searching, along with Jed’s help. He is the master of search engines on the web!
Louis XVI door knocker
I love door knockers! I saw this one in a magazine a long time ago, then found one at The Old Home Supply House on College Avenue. They have tons of great vintage door knockers, handles, knobs, etc. at a wonderful price. If you want the brand new one from above photo, check out E R Butler.