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Suzette Sherman Design
10 Reviews
Los Gatos Townhouse
Ideabooks925
Questions2
Kids' Bedding
Wide bed
“Orange” — reelt
WA design
8 Reviews
Berkeley Courtyard House
Ideabooks1,411
Questions3
walls/planter beds
steel sheet exterior.
Raised beds with oxidized iron
“Wall” — mplies
Optimise Design
5 Reviews
Ballsbridge
Ideabooks75
Questions0
single beds
Colors and sheets
“The flags would be an easy touch for the windows” — kelbokaggins
Kathy Best Design
1 Review
Presidio Heights Home
Ideabooks19
Questions0
striped sheets
“Wall color” — theresew925
Contemporary Bedroom
Ideabooks88
Questions2
like a bed sheet sticking out (at least to me). No offense intended.
blue bedding
“Colors” — laurellaluk
cl845
Katie
Ideabooks8,181
Questions10
of old sheet-rock to patch holes in the walls, so well under $200 for everything. Turned a closet into a little reading room. There are some before shots taken before I bought the house.
Since the beds have drawers tucked underneath, there's plenty of room for the girls' odds and ends.
“retro mirror” — jazzepha1989
Tess Bethune Interiors
1 Review
Living Room
Ideabooks5,243
Questions4
fresh sheets and blankets on the bed, coverings on the windows, a working light, bath towels, a wastebasket, an extra blanket and a cleared shelf or drawer. Bonus items: A fan, clock, snacks, mini toiletries and a surge protector for charging devices.
their bed in the evening, show them where they can change and stow their stuff, and let them know what time you typically wake up, so they won't be surprised. Just as in a guest room, make sure that all of the essentials are at hand (see step number one for a list), including windows with shades.
“Cool poof/bookshelf” — Kym Verhovshek
TruexCullins
4 Reviews
East-West House
Ideabooks11,527
Questions5
believe the sheet roofing material is copper. the brown is the first stage of natural patina followed by a green. think statue of liberty, as she is a copper clad structure.
box, a bed or a bin, it will grow vigorously and offer a lot of bang for just a few bucks. Use it as a filler for arbors and pergolas, a draper for entryway pots or simply as a boost for your evergreen beds. Could this chameleon work any harder?How do you use ornamental sweet potato vine in your garden
“Hotel” — dfajardobu
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