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bebes pearls
I passed over all the pro stuff to find some reader's ideas. I enjoy some of the pro's offerings too (when the photos are relevant to the topic) but think our readers need to chime in!
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tooky58
Thank's for all these wonderful idea:s. We are living in a 1968 " mobile home" with a short narrow bathroom. We are debating putting a tub in the shower and a pedestal sink where the current and very ugly vanity is OR put the tub where the vanity is & put the sink in the small nook just outside the door, which we are thinking of turning into a frosted glass pocket door. So once again, thank you for all these pictures. Good thing I have a talented husband who can do everthing once we decide, at which point I'll take before & after pic's. Everyone have a wonderful weekend.
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honglan
I love being in my backyard in the fall when the leaves start to turn red but the roses are still in blooming.
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Hillside Nurseries
Love the write up! Earlier this year we put in some New England fieldstone natural steppers from a driveway to the patio.
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Chuck B. Edwards - Breckon Land Design
Boulder steps - concrete steps - floating steps -- flagstone --- there are so many options....
Here are just few they we have designed!! Thanks and I hope everyone has a great weekend!!!
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belisima
Excellent article!
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samanthaja
So many cute things! One side note though--the minute my baby learned to crawl she was headed to the floor lamp. It crashed and broke and I never replaced it, knowing baby 2 wasn't far behind. If you use floor lamps, make sure your baby can't get to them when they start crawling.
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shakerjaebs
Been debating about painting the thin wood trim in my 1925 home. Great before and after pics. Really got me thinking . . .
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tooky58
Wow is right. And I too, would like ro know what faux paint is
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