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Thursday, April 2, 2015

Let's Catch Up On The Makeover's

I have been super busy giving everything a makeover and painting, painting, painting everything in sight.  I thought it would be fun to recap what's been going on.  To see the full makeover, just click on the highlighted title.

It started in the Family Room.  New paint, drapes, shades and of course accessories.

Next I redid the Wine Bar Cabinet to use in the Breakfast Room.

I finished the Breakfast Room makeover and replaced and Trimmed The Chandy Shades.


February ended with finishing up the Family Room/Breakfast Room makeovers, so I started off March by answering questions about this space and showing 

I moved on to the Living Room/Dining Area.  New paint, drapes and decor gave this space a new light and bright look.

Painting continues, so stay tuned, the makeovers are still in progress.  Tons more to come including new floors.

Paint - Reliable White by Sherwin Williams
Drapes - Family Room - Had these, just removed the valance
Drapes - Living Room - Cream/Beige silk strip my daughter gave to me when she redid her bedroom
Accessories - Shopped the house

I am joining the following parties:
 Craftberry Bush , Posed Perfection ,
 Katherines Corner , The Vintage Farmhouse , A Delightsome Life ,
Love of Family & Home ,  Between Naps On The Porch ,
 From My Front Porch To Yours , The 36th Avenue , Imparting Grace ,
 My Romantic Home ,   French Country Cottage ,The Thrifty Groove , 
The Charm Of Home , Chic A Shoestring Decorating,
 FindingFabulous ,  Rooted In Thyme , Jennifer Rizzo ,
 Redoux Interiors



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11 comments:

  1. Hew, I'm getting exhausted with all your fabulous changes Marty! So glad I get to see all these thru your blog!

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  2. Hi Marty all your hard work and pretty design style has paid off. It looks so beautiful. I had to laugh at the statement about how you redid the wine bar for your breakfast room. Hmmmm think about that sentence lol! Wine with the breakfast!!!! Too cute you are my friend. Have a great Easter.
    Kris

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  3. Your home is GORGEOUS, Marty! I love how warm and cozy-yet OH SO elegant every room looks! I'm totally jealous! You've done so many makeovers in such a short time-and I'm still working on ONE-that I fear will never get done! LOL!!! Have a great weekend-and Easter!

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  4. Your rooms look just wonderful. Relaxing, light, and bright! Sheil

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  5. Everything is beautiful, Marty. I love the look of seagrass, sisal and grasscloth and those shades were a real bargain at that price. Moving the shades and drapes up makes a difference. It gives the illusion that, not only are the windows taller, but the ceiling higher.

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  6. Wow - its ALL lovely... just fabulous.

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  7. Marty, everything is beautiful - you really did a wonderful job and your hard works has paid off.
    Have a Happy Easter.
    Mary

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  8. I love all the changes Marty .. Your home looks beautiful!

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  9. Oh boy, it takes you to be so busy doing amazing changes Marty! I am impressed at how beautiful your home looks and all was worth it too!
    Happy and blessed Easter.
    FABBY

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  10. Looks so good Marty! Thanks for joining Home Sweet Home!
    Sherry

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  11. Marty, I love your home...you have such a talent for creating warm and welcoming spaces...thanks for sharing with us at Shabbilicious Friday my friend ox

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