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The Cloisters

The Cloisters

The Cloisters Project included a complete overhaul of a 2 bd 2 ba 1,189 sqft condo in the Biltmore area of Phoenix, Arizona.

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Oregon Avenue Two

Oregon Avenue Two

Oregon Avenue Two included a complete remodel of a 3 bd 2 ba 1,975 sqft single family home in the Biltmore area of Phoenix, Arizona. We lovingly named this house the Escape House because it had so much 1980s wallpaper (even on the doors and ceilings) that it was difficult to find your way out.

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Oregon Avenue One

Oregon Avenue One

Oregon Avenue One included a restyling and revamping of a 3 bd 2 ba 1,975 sqft single family home in the Biltmore area of Phoenix, Arizona. I call this project the one that changed it all because it inspired me to embrace the 1990s style and tones this house had to offer and turn it into a warm, inviting modern home on shoestring budget.

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Progress at the Cabin

Progress at the Cabin

For many people in Arizona the northern part of the state becomes a refuge from the summer heat. When the temperatures soar to 110 degrees in the desert, the temp in northern Arizona is usually about twenty degrees cooler. I have always wanted a place of my own in the mountains of Arizona, and, FINALLY, it happened. In November of last year my husband and I purchased what I now lovingly refer to as my little cabin in the woods.

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Colored glass

Colored glass

One of today’s hottest design trends is colored glass. One of my favorite things is hand-blown glass, which is also usually colored. If you ever have the chance to visit the Chihuly Garden and Glass Museum in Seattle (next to the Space Needle) or one of his traveling exhibits (like at the Desert Botanical Gardens in Phoenix, AZ) I highly recommend you go. Dale Chihuly’s vision and execution of blown and colored glass is truly exceptional, and absolutely beautiful to behold.

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Little Cabin in the Woods

Little Cabin in the Woods

For many people in Arizona the northern part of the state becomes a refuge from the summer heat. When the temperatures soar to 110 degrees in the desert, the temp in northern Arizona is usually about twenty degrees cooler. I have always wanted a place of my own in the mountains of Arizona, and, FINALLY, it happened. In November of last year my husband and I purchased what I now lovingly refer to as my little cabin in the woods.

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