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Mitchell Parker
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melwishes
Beautiful house and what a setting!
   6 hours ago
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Sigrid
The new addition looked both modern and fit in, unlike so many attempts to put something new on something old. Well done.
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15 hours ago
huckleberrypie
Minimal Traditional curb appeal help! - We just bought what I would describe as a Minimal Traditional 1948 house, with vinyl siding, "stone" veneer, cheap single hung vinyl windows... Read More
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huckleberrypie
Love the xeriscaping! That's totally what I have in mind, thanks for the visual groveraxle! Now I have something to show my honey! The charcoal looks good!
   15 hours ago
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justinison
I guess I'm the only one that likes the stone? I think definitely get rid of the yellow, but keep the stone and find a way to complement it. The siding could be a darkish grey, the door could be a pop of orange or turquoise. I also like what both people did with the photoshop comps here.
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16 hours ago
Debbie Ballentine
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martinmittelmark
THERE, FROM OF, THE DUST

Grasses once
Did rule the land.

Then corn and wheat
Did take a stand.

As man put land unto the plow.

And prairies,
Hid,
Then as now.


But soon will come a passing,

As all things
Surely must.

And soon again,

Grasses
Will grow,

There,
From of,

The dust.
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Sigrid
Make sure you love it before you plant it, because the description ---can reseed vigorously, roots go 16 feet down, can live up to 150 years --- sounds like once you plant it, you'll never get rid of it.
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17 hours ago
kathybreck
color ideas for front door? - White house, dove gray shutters, estate gray roof. Need suggestions for front door color.
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bainfam
How about a light lime green? Otherwise I like leelee's light turquoise color.
   4 hours ago
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Interior Affairs -- Vickie Daeley
I like a classic style so I would probably choose a darker charcoal gray or even black!
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19 hours ago
Jenny Drew
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Twinkle and Whistle
Hi @bethm19, Thank you for your lovely words. The author of the three men pictured is the photographer JR (http://www.jr-art.net/) who is internationally acclaimed for his thought provoking, ultra large scale street art. Some of his artworks are for sale here: http://www.jr-art.net/shop/en Alternatively, you might have to contact one of his galleries (contact details on the website). Thanks again!
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Elizabeth
Just lovely! We are landlords for a simple, classic 1940's two bedroom townhouse and are often a little leery when tenants say they have DIY projects in mind, however this certainly makes me want to listen a little more carefully to tenant proposals moving forward - your landlord must have been thrilled. Great job making a calm and serene home for yourselves
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