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  1. I think there may have been a front closet, if you noticed, there seemed to be a wide area between the stairs and front hall that may have been a closet Thinking, the coffee bar could also be used for liquor i was trying to figure out why the season were jumping throughout the episode, there was a stop work order on Carpenter as well. It also may explain the increase in reno costs. Also, read where 10 of the 11 past reno's have sold, ,
  2. Friend in Seattle-area just had to put out $10,000 to deal with a sewer line that ran under her house. She was selling so it would have to be disclosed. BTW - she sold way over asking
  3. About The Show (formerly Big TX Flip) DIY - Mon 8pm CT Ashley and Michael Cordray own a real estate and renovation company that specializes in restoring homes from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. They're working with homes near the brink of destruction in their hometown of Galveston Island, TX, with hopes of preserving the island's history and architectural styles. I really like the couple/show. It's also nice seeing different architecture Not sure what will happen to the show once DIY flips to the Magnolia Network
  4. i thought she did a good job w/the kitchen and bathroom keeping it with the overall Hollywood Regency style of the Palm Springs-ish house Normally not a fan of stained cabinets, but I loved those walnut ones w/darker stain. Also, happy the were able to re-use the vintage mirror tiles that made sense....and it looked good too.
  5. Kept thinking how impractical the place was if you wanted to entertain in your backyard - that kitchen was a long way from it If the kitchen had been in the back they could have added a staircase access .
  6. Leti hung around artists, so I can see a white guy coming to the party
  7. I've heard Chicago police used to do that in the old paddy wagons ....you're going for a ride. I kept thinking it was a ramped up homage to Bettlejuice with the baby's head on the football player
  8. My favorite scene, Sonja toeing Ramona's piece of shit on the carpet
  9. So many misses... Hated the small windows in the front - big mistake to do when tying to save $$$ Since the place was so small, I would have used a slider(w/ pane insert) instead of French doors in the bdrm. Those doors took up valuable space when opened. Part of me would have put the wall back up on the porch and made a bdrm and entry closet - it bugs me Mina never puts a closet for coats anywhere near the front door. Indy has 4 seasons and coats are worn in 3 of them The herb/veggie thing was dumb, they're not going to do well against the wall. I really hate when shows do that kind of plant project. If you're going to do it, fill w/faux plants. I know the kitchen lacked storage space, but I would have run upper cabinets--12" deep, under the windows to give a bit more space for a table, I like the idea of the kitchen ladder, were times I would have appreciated one while balancing on a chair when dealing with upper cabinets.
  10. I really enjoyed the episode esp the 2 detectives storyline
  11. I wouldn't say they were illegal, just not as many needed for smuggling in alcohol once prohibition ends to stay profitable w/o that revenue. Alcohol smuggling is keeping 30 open.
  12. Me too, I kept thinking of the dismissive wife in the Wayfair jingle commercial. ETA: If I had double ovens, I would hate to go down to just one
  13. I thought it was a fun show - Martha seemed more at ease than I've ever seen her on TV Loved seeing her menagerie
  14. Good news! Today, we’re able to share an official premiere date and some exciting new details about Martha Stewart’s new HGTV show. Premiering on Friday, July 31 at 10|9c and 10:30|9:30c, Martha Knows Best will follow the trusted lifestyle expert as she completes a variety of beautiful outdoor projects at her Bedford, New York, farm. Throughout the series, Martha’s superfans — as well as a few of her famous friends, including Jay Leno, Snoop Dogg, Richard Gere, Lupita Nyong’o, Antoni Porowski, Zac Posen, Daniel Boulud, Sunny Hostin and Hailey Baldwin Bieber — will virtually pop in to chat with her and get advice on their own home projects. From planting vegetable and perennial gardens, to building stunning walkways and choosing plants for novice gardeners, Martha will offer her expert tips, ideas and secrets to help everyone create a blissful, inviting and functional outdoor space that meets their family’s needs.
  15. There is that... MY idea laundry would be next to the kitchen, if you're stuck cooking, you can do a few loads at the same time I also wouldn't mind a laundry dumbwaiter in the scenario too.
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