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Katja stays warm under a cool lamp. Photo courtesy of Houzz member ekotip Next: See more reader pets in design. Or share your own (extra-big pet photos, with a design story) here!
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Hardback books already look great stacked on a shelf, but the miniature Eiffel Towers really add a nice physical element in this photo by Houzz member Sandy. And while this certainly works for the bookshelf or library, mini replicas of iconic architecture would also look great on a desk or in an office
While all members of the genus are technically narcissus, you’ll often find the term "daffodil" used for the larger bulbs and "narcissus" for the smaller ones. The
My Houzz: Midcentury Heirlooms and Artwork Charm a 1908 Mississippi Home
Megan recently found this quilt in a thrift store. “It’s the only quilt in our home not made by Megan or a family member,” says Matt. “She felt an instant connection to it. It’s a flea market rescue, you could say.” The couple’s books are stored on a built-in shelf made by Matt with help from Megan’s
if it were an exterior wall. In the foreground is one of the house's most famous details: two rattan-wrapped columns, giving the centrally located members a tripartite division; elsewhere round columns are actually bundled with rattan.A good way of describing the house is as a series of "episodes." Although
Kerrie L. Kelly
HGTV Rich Red Kitchen
Crasher’s TV show. The focus for this universally designed kitchen was to create a distinctive looking kitchen that was approachable and durable to all members of the family — a real gathering place. Pulls were added to cabinetry and solid countertops were provided for easy cleaning. Solid cork flooring allows
A painting of Matt riding bareback is by a family member who used a photo of Matt at a rodeo in Phoenix for inspiration. The ottoman is handmade; Matt spent $5 on an old horse saddle pad and found stumps in a nearby forest to use as the legs. The Weishoffs use saddle pads as rugs. "They're different