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I saw this photo elsewhere and the notches are the names of the residing family members in Morse code.
It's Morse Code... each family member's name
The names of the family members who live in this home are rendered in a more obscure language here: Morse code.
The names of family members are in morse code... Cool
The names of the family members who live in this home are rendered in Morse code.
Family members' names in Morse code
John Prindle SaveEmail The names of the family members who live in this home are rendered in a more obscure language here: Morse code.
original pattern for the ApplePly panels that line the stairs and loft using the dots and dashes of Morse code. Each strip spells out the name of a member of the family.The stairs lead down to an apartment suite where Betsy lives. "Multigenerational living was part of the goal of redesigning the space
“Names of residents in Morse code. Neat!” — Luna
Robert Young Architects
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Painting the framing members white or off-white preserves the textured interplay of light and shadow but raises the vertical dimension of a room significantly. Not surprisingly
natural wood finishes in a ceiling plane can sometimes create. This space feels clean and minimalist, but not without interest and detail. White framing members can often feel cottage-like regardless of the scale of a space. Robert Young ArchitectsSave to IdeabookEmail Photo The interior architecture isn’t
Lightness Painting the framing members white or off-white preserves the textured interplay of light and shadow but raises the vertical dimension of a room significantly. Not surprisingly
LightnessPainting the framing members white or off-white preserves the textured interplay of light and shadow but raises the vertical dimension of a room significantly. Not surprisingly
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Roundabout Studio Inc.
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Roncesvalles House
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Coming and going. Finally, and this may be the most important one, every family needs systems for entering and exiting the house. Every member should have a home for his coat, shoes, hat and gloves, backpack or purse, papers in the case of students, and keys, wallet and phones for adults.
eliminate the daily adrenaline rush of a child yelling, “Where are my shoes!” as the bus idles out front. Tip: Designate a hook or two for each family member. This enforces the idea of “a place for everything and everything in its place.” This simple habit of hanging one’s coat and backpack and taking off
“Every member should have a home for his coat, shoes, hat and gloves, backpack or purse, papers in the case of students, and keys, wallet and phones for adults.”
“Bench” — mmendoza2
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Good idea for each family member to have a basket!
Sometimes all you need is a lineup of baskets. Assign each member of your family his or her own basket, and say goodbye to wayward gear for the season
each fam member has a basket
baskets for each member of the family
Sometimes all you need is a lineup of baskets. Assign each member of your family his or her own basket, and say goodbye to wayward gear for the season!
Sometimes all you need is a lineup of baskets. Assign each member of your family his or her own basket, and say goodbye to wayward gear for the season! More: Browse photos of mudrooms
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Beautiful zen spring garden
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B. Gardening Landscape DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Crown Imperial Fritillaria imperallis The showiest member of the fritillaria family, the crown imperial is an exotic-looking plant that produces clusters of pendulous 4-inch orange, yellow or red blooms beneath
Crown Imperial Fritillaria imperallis The showiest member of the fritillaria family, the crown imperial is an exotic-looking plant that produces clusters of pendulous 4-inch orange, yellow or red blooms beneath
Crown ImperialFritillaria imperallisThe showiest member of the fritillaria family, the crown imperial is an exotic-looking plant that produces clusters of pendulous 4-inch orange, yellow or red blooms beneath a spiky crown of green leaves. Plant in groupings and conceal dying foliage with leafy companion
“Deer resistant Fall flower” — Greg R
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Ilex crenata 'Golden Gem'
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Holly ‘Golden Gem’ (Ilex crenata ‘Golden Gem’; USDA zones 5 to 9) Japanese holly is a perfect slow-growing evergreen to take the place of boxwood. A member of the holly family but without the traditional leaf formation, it is available in the golden variety, as shown, or in green.
‘Golden Gem’ (Ilex crenata ‘Golden Gem’; USDA zones 5 to 9) Japanese holly is a perfect slow-growing evergreen to take the place of boxwood. A member of the holly family but without the traditional leaf formation, it is available in the golden variety, as shown, or in green.
Another great alternative to Box is a member of the holly family — Japanese Holly (Ilex crenata), zones 5-9. Ilex crenata is great as an evergreen in small gardens. It is slow growing and, left unclipped, has small, shiny black fruit in the autumn that contrasts so well against its tiny, glossy leaves
“ilex golden gem” — lolamango
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Herbs. Herbs thrive in containers of all shapes and sizes, whether they’re sitting on a windowsill or lining a sidewalk. In the case of members of the mint family, if you don’t plant in a container, you’ll be digging mint out of your garden for years to come. The trick to planting herbs in
1. Herbs. Herbs thrive in containers of all shapes and sizes, whether they’re sitting on a windowsill or lining a sidewalk. In the case of members of the mint family, if you don’t plant in a container, you’ll be digging mint out of your garden for years to come. The trick to planting herbs in
bounds. 1. Herbs. Herbs thrive in containers of all shapes and sizes, whether they’re sitting on a windowsill or lining a sidewalk. In the case of members of the mint family, if you don’t plant in a container, you’ll be digging mint out of your garden for years to come. The trick to planting herbs in
“pots with herbs” — marthadude
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Landscape architecture project by Miami based landscape architect Orlando Comas, member of American Society of Landscape Architects, licensed by State of Florida.
in south Florida, Macho Fern or Giant Sword Fern, the botnical name is Nephrolepis biserrata (cultivar 'Macho') and it is a member of the Polypodiaceae. Swamp Fern is a member of the Blechnaceae family.
Macho Fern or Giant Sword Fern, the botanical name is Nephrolepis biserrata (cultivar 'Macho') and it is a member of the Polypodiaceae. Swamp fern is Blechnum serrulatum. Swamp Fern is a member of the Blechnaceae family and is also commonly used
in south Florida, Macho Fern or Giant Sword Fern, the botnical name is Nephrolepis biserrata (cultivar 'Macho') and it is a member of the Polypodiaceae. Swamp Fern is a member of the Blechnaceae family.
“Established trees” — adamsedge
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