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BluePrince Architectural
What a fun idea!
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Tile-Stones
Oh wow! I really didn't expect the gears to be made of wood!
-Amber
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BluePrince Architectural
Very snazzy tile in the powder room!
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pippabean
I really love the kitchen/dining room - living room space. I so agree with the importance of lines that continue throughout a designed space. Bands of materials relating to each other etc. This takes a good eye, vision, and lots and lots of attention to detail and is very rarely found. When it all comes together though, it leads to spaces that are easy on the eye, just as it does in this house. Beautiful!
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JTBaldwin
Changing out the legs of the couch is a great idea. I really like the look of a couch at a dining table, but the height of the couch seldom works for comfortable dining. New legs fixes that problem. (Just make sure the scale is appropriate.)
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scotfree63
I have never seen leg adjustments like that. I presume they screw into the couch bottom and the little round points are on the ground? Usually, asking for risers gets you something unsafe. Who sells a good selection of couch legs?
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mspo
good article! how long until the alaska cedar reaches full height, or, how much does it grow yearly?
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Jay Sifford Garden Design
Hi mspo, that depends on the cultivar, but all lie within the 6 to 12" a year range once established. It's definitely a good grower.
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