Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Talented X10

as you already know from reading the many blogs emanating from Texas
there are lots of talented people residing here.

& I've just met another one.

Denise Piaschyk
of 
DLP Interiors

a fabulous interior designer serving the Dallas-Fort Worth areas

she has the most beautifully designed blog 
and website which I know you will love as much as I do.

and, I'll tell you what, she just blew me away with one of her renovations completeled in the
little city of Flower Mound, Texas

BEFORE & AFTER


can you see why I was blown away?

looking at the "before" shots you can almost guess the vintage of this home,
and what Denise accomplished is actually a small miracle.

please pay a visit to Denise and see the entire story of this kitchen/breakfast room re-do,
and tell her I sent you.

you'll find her right here


if you're still Christmas shopping for the girls (of all ages) please stop
into our shop, Splenderosa.com,
our clickable icon is at the top right on the sidebar,
we have lots of lovlies in the accessories department.


xxxx's
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Healing doesn’t mean the damage never existed.
 It means the damage no longer controls our lives.

12 comments:

  1. OMG! she is so talented! My husband could get crazy for this kitchen!
    bonjourchiara.blogspot.com
    Facebook Page Bonjourchiara

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    1. Hope you went to visit her to see the full reveal.

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  2. The before and after pictures are so different, I am blown away by it. I love how she made the kitchen look more open, larger, and cleaner, it is beautiful! I love the decor as well!

    Lauren,
    http://www.atouchofsoutherngrace.com/

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  3. Thank you for sharing this amazing redo, Marsha! What talent she has.....just beautiful!

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  4. I am blown away by this transformation. Beautiful.

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  5. Gorgeous! I need her to come up here and re-do my kitchen!

    Have a lovely day, Marsha! xoxo

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  6. Wow, thank you so much for sharing my project on your blog! I feel so honored, and I hope everyone is left feeling inspired today.

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    1. Denise, everyone needs to know about you !!!
      Merry Christmas, darling.

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  7. That is a tremendous transformation. It's obvious they had to blow out a few walls to enlarge & well worth what they did. This is no longer a granny's kitchen! Love

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  8. I liked the first one better. It was cozier and not so sterile. Bigger doesn't always mean better

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  9. Wow, fantastic! What great vision.
    xo,
    Phyllis

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