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Space Kit
2 Reviews
a solitary pursuit, even when you’re running your own home-based business. A communal work table like this not only makes the space more versatile (gift wrapping, anyone?), it also means family members or colleagues can work together on individual or collaborative pursuits.
Shelves. Baby. Shelves.
“Bookshelf” — cludwigharris
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Trade Mart Interiors
12 Reviews
Young Traditional Home
you are very gifted. thanks for taking the time to respond. :)
baby room
“boys room” — amandallewis
Shabby French Cottage
Living Room Spring Refresh
The sofa is the Ektop from Ikea. The mirrors are from various Estate Sales, auctions, and antiques shops. One was a gift from a friend.
“Dresser” — pholm4
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Jeanie Engelbach
hi, unfortunately i don't know the colors the teacup display was surprise birthday gift. the cubbies were painted first with the pink that was intended to match the wall and then a layer of crackle and the final layer of paint matched
Shelves and table - interesting for older baby and office/craft room
“Cool patterns” — renferg
Oz Custom Homes
2 Reviews
Camino Flores
Wine fridge? In the laundry room? Ya baby!!
Cleaning Products, Variety Gift Set
“This large square could be the dumb waiter” — curtiswayne1
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
They were a gift, but I'm sure you can find similar ones at Home Depot or even Costco.
inspired by the Brits' beautiful gardens, start with a table and chairs in painted white iron or go for a fun color such as sage green, dusty pink or baby blue. Use floral chintz for your table linens and crockery; mix, match and clash those patterns! You can pick up odd pieces of china tableware and old
“Love bogenvia” — karinchrist
Holly Marder
The home of Chantal and Harry
What to BringParents, when your hosts have kids: If your hosts have children, bringing a small gift for the kids is a thoughtful gesture (though by no means necessary). Think inexpensive book, puzzle or art supplies.Parents, when your hosts don't have
baby books
“pegboard bookcase” — Leigh Bacon
Cassie Daughtrey Realogics Sotheby's Realty
9 Reviews
West Seattle Waterfront Retreat
you don't need a lot when you have enough windows to bring in Gods gift.
Storage for baby's small room
“storage bed” — Ali Scriver
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