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susanaikman
Very classy renovation. Good job.
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Ann Danielson
Very nice and should be for $50,000
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Genie Mueller
I use an electric drill to drill many 1/4 to 1/2 inch holes around the bottom of the trunk where the water level will cover them. My tree drinks gallons of water in the first few days. And I have had my tree stay quite fresh for a month. Best tip I have ever heard!
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sonny62
My Mom would take an old plastic picnic tablecloth and put it under the tree/stand to protect her wood floor from water spillage. One side had felt, one side was plastic. She put the felt side down so that she could stand the tree away from the wall so my Dad could walk around it to put on the lights. Then us kids got to put on all the decorations. When we were done, Dad could slide the tree closer to the corner of the walls, plug in the lights, and ta-da, perfectly decorated tree on all sides. Made it so easy.
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Tamara Heather Interior Design, LLC
Love pumpkin orange! It's a more versatile color than you would expect. See how I experimented with accessorizing a pumpkin-hued room in this blog post: http://tamaraheatherinteriors.com/falling-for-pumpkin-orange/
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dmoran0
I found pumpkin already in vintage wallpaper in my mid century house. What's old is new again:
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gloriagourmet
Grecias me encanta esta idea
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rachaelgc
It would be nice to have a close up picture showing how the clamps look and how the pieces go into it. I've never seen that done and would like a little more detail.
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Lauren Elyse Fine Art, LLC.
Neaaaat! The first few photos remind me of the upper floor in the American wing at the Met - which were totally awesome to see as I had no idea they existed until me 5098th trip! Love this idea book, the style registered as so rustic and cozy for me. Happy Thanksgiving all all at Houzz! Grateful for the work you put in to bring such a thoughtful community together!
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