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Great Room Open Floor Plan
1930's Glamour inspired Dining Room
Wine Cellar & Game Room Renovation in Basement with Old World Ambiance
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CAD Floor Plans for Custom Wine Cellar & Pool Room with Surround Sound
Modern Family Room
To see the bathrooms associated with this project, click on photos above.
Please click here to view photos of Guest Bathroom On-Suite.
Custom built in home office with cherry counter & upper storage built-ins
Traditional Design- Living Room seating area incorporating a
soft pallete of green, rose and yellow.
Custom built-in bench & cushions with storage below & custom bookcases
Asian Inspired Kitchen
Residential Renovation: Floor plan Master Bedroom, Bathroom & Walk-In Closet
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Residential Renovation: Elevation of vanity with double vessel sinks. Notice the tile backsplash carries through into the shower.
Guest Half Bath with Luminescent Sink
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Style on a Shoestring winter 2011
Home improvements don’t have to break the bank
Story by Karen Guzman | Photography by Michael Fiedler and courtesy of FX Design, Inc.
Whether it’s the master bath or a powder room, bathrooms offer a variety of budget-conscious updates that can make a big difference.
Laura Bordeaux, ASID, an interior designer with FX Design, Inc. in Glastonbury, says a new vanity cabinet will transform the whole room. Thanks to the abundance of today’s pre-made models, there’s a choice to fit every style and budget. Price tags range roughly from $80 to $500. “The manufacturers are churning out every possible choice for a vanity. Asian minimalist, Arts and Crafts, contemporary, traditional—they’re all there,” says Bordeaux.
When tackling a powder-room makeover, Bordeaux advises starting with a budget. With $500 and some hard work and know-how, you can update a 50-square-foot half-bath yourself. She advises allocating $200 for a vanity, $150 for floor tile (a DIY solution that can save labor costs), $50 for a nifty new faucet, and $50 for a new mirror.
“You can repaint, too,” Bordeaux says. “If you plan ahead and set aside a little money, it’s surprising sometimes how far you can stretch your budget.”
March 27, 2009
The Hartford Courant
"Restraint, Practicality Prevail," By AMY GALE
"GRANITE TILES, not slabs, were used for the countertops,
and the cabinets were purchased at Home Depot and installed by the homeowners' friends in this recently renovated kitchen in South Windsor. The project was overseen
by interior designer Laura Bordeaux of FX Design in Glastonbury.
(HANDOUT / March 23, 2009)"
August 30, 2007
The Hartford Courant
"Putting Big Screen TVs in Perspective",
by Kira Goldenberg
See article from Connecticut Magazine featuring Laura Bordeaux.
November 2007 by Michelle Bodak Acri
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