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Hide & Sleep Interior Design
2 Reviews
Grace's Vintage Room
Ideabooks1,177
Questions3
Dress up a yard sale dresser with an ombré paint job
Hide & Sleep Interior DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo 5. Dress up a yard sale dresser with an ombré paint job. Start
5. Dress up a yard sale dresser with an ombré paint job. Start by painting the whole thing white, reserving a small amount of white paint. To create a gradient
5. Dress up a yard sale dresser with an ombré paint job. Start by painting the whole thing white, reserving a small amount of white paint. To create a gradient
“ombre dresser” — ruthcharis
Northern Virginia Contractor
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Aurelio Vazquez
Casa MoRo
Ideabooks3,102
Questions2
The little coner with the dress
Dress up and perform
Dressing and art area basement
This studio with stage would bring out the artist in just about anyone. The platform lets kids model those dress-up clothes or strive for singing perfection.
“Pottery barn paint brush art work” — gloriajean31
ScavulloDesign Interiors
"Danville Teen Hangout Two".
Ideabooks744
Questions1
Neutral curtains dressed up with color-blocked segments (including green, orange and turquoise) hang from a hospital drapery track that runs around two sides of the room. The draperies block out light
Neutral curtains dressed up with color-blocked segments (including green, orange and turquoise) hang from a hospital drapery track that runs around two sides of the room. The
Neutral curtains dressed up with color-blocked segments (including green, orange and turquoise) hang from a hospital drapery track that runs around two sides of the room. The draperies block out light for movie nights and also hide the new pocket doors that separate the lounge from the home’s entry (seen
“curtain separate in two rooms” — joryner
Amy Renea
Garden Photos
Ideabooks672
Questions0
Mint (Mentha spp) Grown in a pot by the kitchen, fresh mint refreshes everything from dressings, salads and sides to drinks and desserts with a sprig or two. It grows best in full sun to partial shade and prefers regular water. It has a tendency
Grown in a pot by the kitchen, fresh mint refreshes everything from dressings, salads and sides to drinks and desserts with a sprig or two. It grows best in full sun to partial shade and prefers regular water. It has a tendency
Mint (Mentha spp)Grown in a pot by the kitchen, fresh mint refreshes everything from dressings, salads and sides to drinks and desserts with a sprig or two. It grows best in full sun to partial shade and prefers regular water. It has a tendency
“mint-Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Water requirement: Regular Prime growing season” — margielynnj
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Guest Cabin
Ideabooks4,003
Questions5
added expense? Try giving your bathroom a dose of farmhouse style with accessories. Hang hooks on walls to hold towels. Include a wooden chair for dressing or to use as a side table. Throw down a woven rug instead of a standard bath mat.
be found. Farmhouse style: Hang hooks on walls to hold towels. Throw down a woven rug instead of a standard bath mat. Include a wooden chair for dressing or to use as a side table.
added expense? Try giving your bathroom a dose of farmhouse style with accessories. Hang hooks on walls to hold towels. Include a wooden chair for dressing or to use as a side table. Throw down a woven rug instead of a standard bath mat.
“Cabin” — Lauren Durbin
Cynthia Lynn Photography
6 Reviews
The Everygirl
Ideabooks2,153
Questions0
organisation of jewellry on the dressing table
Like the Vintage teacups on dressing table
On her dressing table Kaczmarski uses vintage teacups to display and organize her jewelry. An antique brass mirror rests on top, with a snapshot of her and her dogs
dressing table
“lovely way to display china” — ozmatoto1
New Eco Landscapes
4 Reviews
Red Hook
Ideabooks357
Questions0
You can also use moss to dress up planters, assuming you pair it with acid-loving plants, site it in shade and keep it moist.
Moss to dress up planters
You can also use moss to dress up planters, assuming you pair it with acid-loving plants, site it in shade and keep it moist.
“Moss will generally be at home where ferns and rhododendron flourish.” — margielynnj
Charles Luck Stone Center
1 Review
Dressing Room
Ideabooks248
Questions1
Dressing Room
Dressing station in closet
Paiges dressing room
Dressing table idea
“Mirrors” — Lashawn Green
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