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celticcats
These comments have been very entertaining! Too funny - no matter what you choose to do, just enjoy. Happy New Year sweet people. xo
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tracekins
BANQUETTE!!!!
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Mariola
Merry Christmas Everyone! Hope you all will get a chance to chill by the fire with a glass of warm cider!
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diyher
Christmas at a local castle "Fonthill" I took this photo 2 Sunday's ago. [houzz=
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scarbowcow
Kids outgrow their fads faster than they outgrow their clothes. I just can't see spending tens of thousands of dollars (or more than $1,000 frankly) on decorating a child's room based on his or her current favorite film, only to have the child crayon all over it, generally deconstruct it and make it look horrid, and then have to rip it all out when the child is a few years older and says, 'My room is for babies!'

Buy the child a picture-book and let him or her imagine the stories. Better for their brains and development and easier on your budget and nerves.

By the way, if your child is going through a phase of reading the same fairy tale (or demanding that you read it to him or her) or watching the same fairytale film over and over again, you might be interested in reading Bruno Bettelheim's 'The Uses of Enchantment.' If nothing else, you'll find out that it's a passing fad based on the child's current stage of development. Not worth spending thousands of dollars on to indulge a fascination they'll probably lose all interest in before the paint dries.
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Crystal Meadows
Nice to see our lovely winter plant life from The Aboretum displayed. Snohomish Garden Club
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Heidi Presser
If possible, I would like to know for all of these plants: what zones they grow in, their light requirements, their water requirements, and if they have any special needs, such as acidic soul.
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jpp221
...and anything is better than laminate, or even pre-finished "real" wood. I find it always looks cheap (I can spot it 100 feet away). If you're on a budget (or even if not), I'd much rather see sealed plywood or chipboard, both of which can be very attractive in the right setting.
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scarbowcow
Select Hardwood Flooring - you have totally changed my mind about parquetry. I always thought it was too busy and even kind of cheap (like, 'can't they afford long boards? They have to use the leftover pieces to scrap together a floor?'); now I see how it can be true art. Love that your contact person's name is 'David Carpenter'! Maybe art with wood is in the blood?
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