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Carson Poetzl, Inc.
4 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Ideabooks5,966
Questions7
Dry tree decor
“Vegetation” — Jan Welsh
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Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Piedmont Residence
Ideabooks4,512
Questions1
complicated by a single point of entry. Site walls were built using true dry stacked stone and concrete retaining walls faced with sawn veneer. Sustainable
“Love the idea of the log in this photo and bucket as the sink!” — bj491936
Kati Curtis Design
Boston Townhouse Renovation
Ideabooks8,520
Questions8
of royal blue paint. Remember to apply a coat of primer first and let it dry completely before applying color.
“foyer” — stoneda29
Marcus Gleysteen Architects
2 Reviews
Coastal Living Family Room
Ideabooks5,183
Questions10
blue stone on dry stack hearth
“Fireplace and furniture layout” — judybidd
ras-a, inc.
8 Reviews
Kitchen 2
Ideabooks5,815
Questions7
hold on to it?Trash can liners: If you compost, your trash should be fairly dry. Why use a liner? Empty the can directly into the outside garbage instead
“Wrapped beams” — kschafer10
Decorating Den Interiors
Dinning Room
Ideabooks1,332
Questions7
cotton and the trim is usually 100% rayon. When the towel is washed and dried, the cotton shrinks a little an the rayon doesn't. Why the put the two together
“table” — Jeri Love
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
36 Reviews
Private Paradise Portland Landscaping
Ideabooks9,205
Questions2
Beautiful! But a little Googling suggests this may not be well suited to hot dry climates, as the bark dust seems to be a fire hazard in some climates.
“Koi pond” — Sharon Mchughs
Adrienne DeRosa
3 Reviews
Gary + Gayle: Cincinnati, Ohio
Ideabooks5,042
Questions5
plant regularly until it's established, then just enough to keep it from drying out completely. Rosemary does not like wet feet. It also doesn’t like to
“Door” — hammel2013
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