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Esther Hershcovich
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didn’t want it left open, impeding flow in the hallway, so she browsed Houzz for a solution and found sliding barn doors.
door at the top of the basement stairs, but Gillis didn’t want it left open, impeding flow in the hallway, so she browsed Houzz for a solution and found sliding barn doors
existing conventional hinged door stood at the top of the basement stairs, but Gillis didn’t want it left open, impeding flow in the hallway, so she browsed Houzz for a solution and found sliding barn doors. Gillis worked with kitchen designer Garcia Taborda at Leicht and Christopher Smith at Craft F
suggested putting a conventional hinged door at the top of the basement stairs, but Gillis didn’t want it left open, impeding flow in the hallway, so she browsed Houzz for a solution and found sliding barn doors.
“barn door” — smom14
J. Hirsch Interior Design, LLC
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J. Hirsch Interior Design Portfolio
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I love, love, love this room! After browsing so many photos I always come back to this one. I would love to take elements from this room for my master bedroom. My question is: I'm a little bit
“curtain” — 112woodward
Integrated Media Systems
DC Metro Home Theater & Electronics Systems Design and Installation
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Robert Brown Interior Design
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“horizontal paneling” — Keeping Good Company
DC Metro Home Theater & Electronics Systems Design and Installation
Established in 1979, Integrated Media Systems is nationally recognized as the leading Residential Electronics System Integrator in the Greater Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area.
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Polsky Perlstein Architects
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Urbane shingle style Residence
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“Chandelier” — kerrysteyn
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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There are over 140 species native to North America — for shade, for sun, for dry soil, for wet soil. See which species are native to your locale and browse places that may sell milkweed and other native plants. When you plant milkweed, you also help countless other insects that use it as a host plant
are over 140 species native to North America — for shade, for sun, for dry soil, for wet soil. See which species are native to your locale and browse places that may sell milkweed and other native plants. When you plant milkweed, you also help countless other insects that use it as a host plant
There are over 140 species native to North America — for shade, for sun, for dry soil, for wet soil. See which species are native to your locale and browse places that may sell milkweed and other native plants. When you plant milkweed, you also help countless other insects that use it as a host plant
“host plants for butterflies- milkweed for monarchs, fennel or parsley for black swallowtails, planta” — debdohner
Holm Design & Consulting LLC
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Wild Geranium: A Show-Stopper in the Spring Woodland
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rarely browsed by deer and rabbits
Distinguishing traits. In moist springs, wild geranium flowers profusely. Its deeply cut leaves contrast well with other woodland plants, including ferns, wild ginger and meadow rue. The foliage is rarely browsed by deer
flowers profusely. Its deeply cut leaves contrast well with other woodland plants, including ferns, wild ginger and meadow rue. The foliage is rarely browsed by deer and rabbits. How to use it. Wild geranium can be used in masses under trees, along woodland edges or incorporated into any shade garden. Because
flowers profusely. Its deeply cut leaves contrast well with other woodland plants, including ferns, wild ginger and meadow rue. The foliage is rarely browsed by deer and rabbits. How to use it. Wild geranium can be used in masses under trees, along woodland edges or incorporated into any shade garden. Because
“Wild Geranium partial sun to shade. Edge of trees. Under bushes” — bscreative
Arcanum Architecture
Mountain Home Residence
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LDa Architecture & Interiors
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Rocky Ledge Hall
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the End of the HallBrowse more photos of hallway designs
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