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Milieu Design
10 Reviews
Milieu Design
Ideabooks3,544
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do care about is what kind of flowers you have. Generally, the greater diversity you have, the better. And in general the less complicated the flower, the better. For example, new cultivars of coneflower that have double layers of frothy petals confuse butterflies and other pollinating insects, so they'll
loose soil about an inch deep. Step on them gently and water regularly.Place plants about 18 inches apart. Dig a hole about twice the size of the plant. Remove plant from container, give it a gentle shake and place it in the hole. Fill the rest of the hole in with the extra dirt and be sure to water. While
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do care about is what kind of flowers you have. Generally, the greater diversity you have, the better. And in general the less complicated the flower, the better. For example, new cultivars of coneflower that have double layers of frothy petals confuse butterflies and other pollinating insects, so they'll
“Colorful perennials for summer.” — franklyesoteric
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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sarah & bendrix
living room
Ideabooks3,613
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merely about romance, but about love.” — Alison HodgsonDo you have a Whitman’s Sampler chocolate hangover today, or perhaps you’re feeling a little queasy at how much those quickly wilting red roses cost? Read this story and vow to change what Valentine’s Day will be all about from here on out. This
appreciate about your home and the life you lead in it. Zero in on activities that make you feel cozy and happy at home, whether it's reading in your favorite chair or having friends over for an impromptu dinner, and aim to do these things more often. It may take time to create a space that matches your vision
learning about how everyone shares their loving Valentine’s Day wishes with their families. Full story: The Real Importance of Valentine’s Day
“wall décoration” — Tima Timone
Magni Inc
Jackson Wyoming
Ideabooks1,040
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here just about eliminates them altogether, opting for contemporary furniture legs for support that are still easy to work around.”
ACCESSIBLE: The toe kicks should be a minimum of 9 inches high. The kitchen shown here just about eliminates them altogether, opting for contemporary furniture legs for
here just about eliminates them altogether, opting for contemporary furniture legs for support that are still easy to work around.
Everything about this is perfect except that I don't have it. The ceiling here is what I'd love to do with an attic, at the very least. But those look like girders on the right. I really like the way they incorporate those with the wood, the functional raised cabinets (cleaner floors!), and a kind of working
“Raised toe kicks allow greater foot and toe clearance for anyone in a wheelchair, and let them get c” — thesmackpack
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
Ideabooks819
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that is about three to four times the size of the root ball and about the same depth as the root ball's height. •Shake out the root ball and loosen the roots. •Place the tree in the hole and fill it in about halfway with soil. Fill the rest of the hole with water, let it drain, then add the rest of the
How about this stacked rock sculpture? Hidden behind trees it seems alluring and mysterious.
How about this stacked rock sculpture? Hidden behind trees, it seems alluring and mysterious
How about this stacked rock sculpture? Hidden behind trees, it seems alluring and mysterious.
that is about three to four times the size of the root ball and about the same depth as the root ball's height.Shake out the root ball and loosen the roots.Place the tree in the hole and fill it in about halfway with soil. Fill the rest of the hole with water, let it drain, then add the rest of the soil
“sumac” — Jessica
Dennison and Dampier Interior Design
6 Reviews
Duke Street, Alexandria
Ideabooks4,267
Questions5
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My husband and I are in the process of renovating an 1830's farmhouse. I want to paint the house but he is adamant about the process because of the age of the brick and mortar. What products/paint do you recommend for
you feel about your neighborhood? Is it a place you enjoy? What about the neighbors? What about amenities? Are you happy your children go to the local schools? In sum, make sure that the neighborhood is the right fit. Take to heart the old adage that you can always fix a house but you can't fix a neighborhood
adamant about the process because of the age of the brick and mortar. What products/paint do you recommend for using on a historic home? And what” “e the painted brick and shutter color.” “Can you please share brand of paint and colors? Thank you.” “paint addition, next to brick original” “for addition
“i like the brownstone effect. combining looks with common feel but different color, windows, texture” — rebeccas06
Paul Davis Architects
2 Reviews
Newport Beach Residence
Ideabooks1,507
Questions2
worrying about Fido staining it or digging it up. And as a bonus, you’ll never spend another Saturday mowing the lawn.
Love it: Ornamental grass Hardy grasses are a great way to incorporate greenery without worrying about Fido staining it or digging it up. And as a bonus, you’ll never spend another
worrying about Fido staining it or digging it up. And as a bonus, you’ll never spend another Saturday mowing the lawn. Looking for a more traditional alternative? Wide-leaved fescue and rye hold up better to traffic and are more resistant to the chemicals in dog urine that can cause spotting.
worrying about Fido staining it or digging it up. And as a bonus, you’ll never spend another Saturday mowing the lawn. Looking for a more traditional alternative? Wide-leaved fescue and rye hold up better to traffic and are more resistant to the chemicals in dog urine that can cause spotting.
“Grassy area for dog on patio!” — jentorres
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Ridge House
Ideabooks7,344
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tell me about the paint on the walls? It looks like a satin finish perhaps?
window is about 4.5ft wide.
Talk about destinations. Thank goodness for the window seat in this Northern California ridge home to keep us all from wanting to walk right through the glass.
doubt about that, but without that little window seat, you might just brush past the window on this stair landing without stopping for a moment to take it all in. And how wasteful would that be? Simple, clean and modern, this unobtrusive detail is soft enough to make you want to stay a while.
Talk about a focal point! This may not be a large room, but installing such a window really makes an impact on this landing. I think I'd plop down on that window seat and forget why I was ever going up or down the stairs.
“❤️” — Evan Weller
The Upward Bound House by Elizabeth Bomberger
Ideabooks17,885
Questions16
tell me about the figurine on night table?
story about a charity project years ago and have no way of knowing.
I have four panels like these that I purchased about 10 years ago
There's something enchantingly modern, yet traditional about this Asian inspired bedroom. China blue walls paired with traditional eastern wall panels, red accents, and gleaming white bedding is like the Qing dynasty brought
boring) about this place, yet the inky tone instantly makes my eyelids heavy — in a good way. More blues for the home: Periwinkle: Playing with Blue-Violet Gorgeous Blues and Striking Yellows
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“Colours” — Samm McPhee
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