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Rupal Mamtani
Global Living / Bluefish Home - Showroom
Ideabooks2,135
Questions4
use vase with stones, sand and candles
some ideas for my bowls and candle sticks
Rocks n vase plus candles
Glass candle and vase deco
“Pattern” — mirroronthewall
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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Toni Sabatino
20 Reviews
sunporch
Ideabooks822
Questions1
use apple green planters on bottom shelf and cylindrical candle stands with black bases on top of table, place under antique mirror collection.
Table, candles, & mirrors
Candle holders
“Color scheme” — Jenna Messer
Martha O'Hara Interiors
90 Reviews
Kellogg Road Residence
Ideabooks4,790
Questions8
Where can I find the white candle holders?
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High candle in fireplace
Love the candle...colors candles
“nice” — deniseburro
gailmarionphotography
Small Spaces
Ideabooks75
Questions0
Keep it simple! A squash, some leaves, and a candle:-)
branches, squash and a candle - its as simple as that
herself with beauty, Marion just shrugs. "It's easy to do," she says. "Just bring in a squash and some branches and a candle!"
a squash and some branches and a candle!
When I marvel how she surrounds herself with beauty, Marion just shrugs. "It's easy to do," she says. "Just bring in a squash and some branches and a candle!"
“Fall decorating” — jackiek819
Jessica Bennett Interiors
5 Reviews
Newport Beach Project
Ideabooks123
Questions0
touches truly make the house feel like home. Sweet little vignettes of old photos, scented candles, and treasures from the beach litter shelves and side tables throughout the space.
touches that truly make the house feel like home. Sweet little vignettes of old photos, scented candles, and treasures from the beach litter shelves and side tables throughout the space.
special for the newlyweds, so she incorporated personal touches that truly make the house feel like home. Sweet little vignettes of old photos, scented candles, and treasures from the beach litter shelves and side tables throughout the space.
“Cc” — altoja
CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
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Ideabooks175
Questions0
Northern Bayberry (Myrica pensylvanica) Bayberry’s waxy gray berries are what the early-American settlers used to make candles with, so it’s no surprise that bayberry has the highest fat content of all berries. That makes it a terrific food for smaller birds, many of which shiver
Northern Bayberry (Myrica pensylvanica) Bayberry’s waxy gray berries are what the early-American settlers used to make candles with, so it’s no surprise that bayberry has the highest fat content of all berries. That makes it a terrific food for smaller birds, many of which
Northern Bayberry(Myrica pensylvanica)Bayberry’s waxy gray berries are what the early-American settlers used to make candles with, so it’s no surprise that bayberry has the highest fat content of all berries. That makes it a terrific food for smaller birds, many of which
“Shape” — csb123
FOCAL POINT STYLING
5 Reviews
NYCLQ- FOCAL POINT
Ideabooks2,261
Questions2
I like the darkness of things I also really like the candles!
Console tables and mantles are the perfect setting for bone-chilling décor. Mummies and skull-laden candles are sure to create a scare. Even the photograph on the wall adds to the spooky allure!More: 36 Spooky and Stylish Halloween DIY Projects9 Easy Ways
“Glamorous Halloween decor” — Shelli Ulrich
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
North Framingham
Ideabooks725
Questions3
Barton and Ferrini love to cook and entertain. "We build fires in the fireplaces and light candles on the table and wall sconces to create a colonial-era warmth and glow throughout the house," Barton says.
red walls, candles around the fireplace, shelving above mantel
Barton and Ferrini love to cook and entertain. "We build fires in the fireplaces and light candles on the table and wall sconces to create a colonial-era warmth and glow throughout the house," Barton says. The door to the left leads to a tiny front foyer and a staircase to the second floor.
“lots of white and black in the details. need a rug” — anne113
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