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craigmerrow

Important disclaimer: Some assembly required. Batteries not included. Some exclusions apply. Not available in all states. Must be 18 or older. See store for details :-)

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scarbowcow

Oh, it's April Fools Day! NO way! I was up to the woman putting on the glasses and looking around her storage shed and it clicked. Good one, Houzz!

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thatnameistaken

Glitzy class. Diane Von Furstenberg, circa 1978, would be at home in that master bath replete with silk dressing gown and ostrich plumed mules.

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Sigrid

I liked this. The fairly neutral color scheme meant that it didn't look bling-y. Everything was absolutely lovely, except, I've concluded I'm not fond of British modern kitchens. I can go for the Cotswold cottage with Aga look.

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Greener Living Solutions, Inc

What a great name...Mr Bowling Ball?! New one for me...hooray for bowling and thanks for the tip on a new plant to use. I'm assuming your photo 3rd down is showing the winter color?

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pswaite
I was surprised to see it labeled "deer resistant". In northern Utah we experience different deer than elsewhere because here we'd call this plant "deer candy" - in fact arborvitae in general - any kind, any size - are among deer favorite food.
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scarbowcow

Aren't there coatings for glass that make them hurricane- (and other force-) resistant? I think 3M makes a film that cuts UV and glare while making the glass resistant even to a bomb going off. Probably expensive, but better than plywood, surely?

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elefantenkitzle

Why argue with success? The plywood worked fine: the windows survived. Besides, these people have become a cynosure in their community - others will follow their lead when the going gets rough again. Not everyone can afford expensive glass but plywood is easy to do and is tried and proven.

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