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Holly Marder
The home of Aafke
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removable wood deck tiles that snap together
Easy-to-install wooden tiles can be snapped into place quickly and taken up when you move. You don’t need to live with a crummy patio
easy-to-install wooden tiles can be snapped into place quickly and taken up when you move
Holly MarderSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Update old floors with removable deck tiles. These easy-to-install wooden tiles can be snapped into place quickly and taken up when you
snap in wooden tiles you can take with you
Update old floors with removable deck tiles. These easy-to-install wooden tiles can be snapped into place quickly and taken up when you move, making them an especially good solution
tiles can be snapped into place quickly and taken up when you move, making them an especially good solution for renters. You don’t need to live with a crummy patio floor anymore.
“parquet again” — xzoehannah
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
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Courtyard
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Snap together patio tiles create clean look and flow-DIY
designed to be snapped together, creating a modular deck practically anywhere. It's perfect for covering up an unattractive surface or creating a new patio quickly and easily. Estimated cost: $4 to $10 per square foot, depending on the material and source Pro or DIY? Easy DIY Process snapshot: Snap together
This innovative material is designed to be snapped together, creating a modular deck practically anywhere. It's perfect for covering up an unattractive surface or creating a new patio quickly and easily
designed to be snapped together, creating a modular deck practically anywhere. It's perfect for covering up an unattractive surface or creating a new patio quickly and easily.Estimated cost: $4 to $10 per square foot, depending on the material and sourcePro or DIY? Easy DIYProcess snapshot: Snap together the
“Deck tiles.... http://www.advantagelumber.com/decking-tiles/installation.html” — jdrandolph
Hunter and Company Interior Design
Wilderness Club
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The material is granite, with a snapped, sealed edge on the island, and a honed black granite on the perimeter.
granite island is with a snapped sealed edge - leathered.
edge of island "snapped and sealed"
honed with a snap edge
Snapped sealed edge granite
Snapped sealed edge
“rob” — beccahank
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Patty Kennedy Interiors, LLC
Seacoast rustic modern kitchen
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traditional blue and white. Using different shapes, sizes and colors will make for a more dynamic display. Test out your arrangement on the floor and snap a picture of it before you start hanging.
traditional blue and white. Using different shapes, sizes and colors will make for a more dynamic display. Test out your arrangement on the floor and snap a picture of it before you start hanging.
“Plate wall” — smhcook
Lisa Nieschlag "Liz & Jewels"
Greenhouse
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Snap beans are what most people first think of in the bean family; this is the generic name for string beans and green beans. Traditionally, snap beans have long green pods, but you’ll also find some that are yellow (often called
beans). Lima beans evoke strong feelings in people, so keep that in mind if you add them to your garden. They combine features of both snap and dry beans. They look like snap beans and are available as bush and pole varieties, but are slower growing and need to be shelled before eating. They can be eaten
season than climbing, or pole, varieties, which have vines that can reach up to 15 feet long. Filet beans, or haricots verts, are thin versions of snap beans that should be harvested when young. Shelling beans, also called “shellies," are dry beans that can be harvested and shelled to be eaten while
“Beans” — Leslie Yowell
Steve Masley Consulting and Design
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'Jade' Green Beans Growing in a Window Box
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bush beans... if they taste as good as snap peas that could be a winner for our garden
9. Bush beans. Technically, both types of snap beans can grow in a container, but bush
9. Bush beans. Technically, both types of snap beans can grow in a container, but bush beans are the better choice, thanks to their compact growing habit. Fortunately, this still leaves you with a wide range of varieties to choose from. Look for planters that are fairly wide, though you can go as shallow
9. Bush beans. Technically, both types of snap beans can grow in a container, but bush beans are the better choice, thanks to their compact growing habit. Fortunately, this still leaves you with
9. Bush beans. Technically, both types of snap beans can grow in a container, but bush beans are the better choice, thanks to their compact growing habit. Fortunately, this still leaves you with a wide range of varieties to choose from.Look for planters that are fairly wide, though you can go as shallow
“9. Bush beans. Technically, both types of snap beans can grow in a container, but bush beans are the” — jrutter
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Cliff May Home Leads the Way in Long Beach
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ginger snap by Ben Moore
Ginger snap by benj moore
BM Ginger Snap
“Safari tan by rl” — stephanieritari
Heather Williamson
Ripplefold Drapery Header
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How the wave works. A straight hemmed drape with stiffened nylon snap tape sewn onto the top is snapped to carriers on the track. The carriers are evenly spaced, creating smooth waves in the fabric. It looks great on both sides of the
ripplefold drape:How the wave works. A straight hemmed drape with stiffened nylon snap tape sewn onto the top is snapped to carriers on the track. The carriers are evenly spaced, creating smooth waves in the fabric. It looks great on both sides of the
How the wave works. A straight hemmed drape with stiffened nylon snap tape sewn onto the top is snapped to carriers on the track. The carriers are evenly spaced, creating smooth waves in the fabric. It looks great on both sides of the window. I am a huge fan of this type of drapery, especially for
“Ripplefold on a rod” — beverett1
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