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haysfamoo
INDustrial lok
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Sigrid
Champagne and caviar in the fridge.
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shawnaleeah
Why the glass on the paper?
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jjasper
So clever! Thanks for sharing!
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kjdick
Pictures from last week on our quite little street in North Mankato, MN. We live in the older part of town with beautiful large old trees. Absolutely love the canopy of color to drive under. The colors and weather have been picture perfect this year. Oh, such a happy fall. :)
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Wow!
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graygreen
Thanks, Jay! And I agree about bringing in unifying garden elements. My latest obsession is with grasses-the height, mass and movement of tall grasses really seems to visually tie everything together.
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I love it!
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apuzier
I don't see any suggestions for the typical rectangle box ranch house.
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shopperjanny
These are great suggestions! Not only does it feel good to come home, it lends style to your neighborhood. I've seen ideas like a covered porches, bay windows, great front doors and window boxes replicate throughout a neighborhood. One of my clients replaced a broken and uneven path with the decomposed granite and square stepping stone walkway seen in the dormer picture. It really helped the curb appeal and it wasn't long before it was copied. I took a photo of another creative walk at a home for sale. They used plain $.89 grey 12x12 pavers in a simple DIY pattern that made it look quite pricy from the street. I always think in terms of attracting buyers (occupational hazard). It is safe to say that the you, the homeowner, will enjoy coming home too.
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