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HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
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Dear coope08, the manufacturer of this greenhouse is a company called Hartley Botanic. It is a custom Hartley Victorian Glasshouse. I'm fairly new to Houzz, and only heard of it when some of our customers kept saying they saw our Hartley's featured on Houzz.com. Feel free
Hartley Victorian Glasshouse in a Tudor Backyard
of this greenhouse is a company called Hartley Botanic. It is a custom Hartley Victorian Glasshouse
Dear coope08, the manufacturer of this greenhouse is a company called Hartley Botanic. It is a custom Hartley Victorian Glasshouse. I'm fairly new to Houzz, and only heard of it when some of our customers kept saying they saw our Hartley's featured on Houzz.com. Feel free
“Greenhouse” — Amanda Berry
Hartley Botanic Inc.
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attached English greenhouses / glasshouses - Victorian greenhouses / glasshouses
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attached English greenhouses / glasshouses - Victorian greenhouses / glasshouses
Hartley Victorian Grand Manor Glasshouse by Hartley Botanic Inc.
Victorian Glasshouse
Victorian Greenhouse
custom made Victorian glasshouse attache
Hartley Victorian Grand Manor Glasshouse
English glasshouse attached to potting
“Greenhouse + garage?” — w4lines
Hartley Botanic Inc.
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attached English greenhouses / glasshouses - Victorian greenhouses / glasshouses
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attached English greenhouses / glasshouses - Victorian greenhouses / glasshouses
Hartley Victorian Grand Manor Glasshouse by Hartley Botanic Inc.
Victorian Glasshouse
Victorian Greenhouse
custom made Victorian glasshouse
Hartley Victorian Grand Manor Glasshouse
English glasshouse...English glasshouses
“Green house” — angelamead67
Hartley Botanic Inc.
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attached English greenhouses / glasshouses - Victorian greenhouses / glasshouses
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attached English greenhouses / glasshouses - Victorian greenhouses / glasshouses
Hartley Victorian Grand Manor Glasshouse by Hartley Botanic Inc.
Victorian Glasshouse
Victorian Greenhouse
custom made Victorian glasshouse
made Victorian greenhouse
English glasshouse...English glasshouses
“Half shed, half greenhouse.” — nadsharris
Norman Pratt
Victorian Planthouse
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Victorian Planthouse
Victorian Greenhouse by Norman Pratt
Victorian Glasshouse
Victorian Glasshouses
Victorian Greenhouse
Victorian Greenhouses
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“green house” — msqkinser
Hartley Botanic Inc.
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attached English greenhouses / glasshouses - Victorian greenhouses / glasshouses
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attached English greenhouses / glasshouses - Victorian greenhouses / glasshouses
Hartley Victorian Grand Manor Glasshouse by Hartley Botanic Inc.
high quality glasshouse attached to pott
Hartley Victorian Grand Manor Glasshouse
“Integrated into surroundings. Not just stuck on” — siriliz
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Kipp Residence
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Hello there. FYI - The manufacturer is Hartley Botanic Ltd based out of England. Hartley has been manufacturing glasshouses since 1938. Hartley Botanic Inc is the USA office. ....
pretty english garden in victorian arts and crafts style
The manufacturer is Hartley Botanic Ltd based out of England. Hartley has been manufacturing glasshouses since 1938. Hartley Botanic Inc is the USA office. ....
“greenhouse” — Danielle Freshour
Elad Gonen
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living room
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What in this room is Queen Anne style? This looks Victorian to me.
Victorian. Named for Queen Victoria (who else?), who reigned from 1837 to 1901, the Victorian style draws its influence from Gothic forms with heavy proportions, dark finishes, elaborate carving and ornamentation. The Victorian period was the first furniture style
Victorian a plethora of floral designs that are feminine and lacy. The use of wallpaper (floral or formal), elaborate furniture carving, and rich trims and embellishments, with Oriental and Gothic touches mark the distinctive Victorian decor.
The victorian look and the floral curtains and the fabric on the couch pillows
Victorian. Named for Queen Victoria (who else?), who reigned from 1837 to 1901, the Victorian style draws its influence from Gothic forms with heavy proportions, dark finishes, elaborate carving and ornamentation. The Victorian period was the first furniture style
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