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Henny Kolster
Great Design Plants
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old fashioned smoke bush (cotinus coggygria 'old fashioned'
Old fashioned smoke bush. Potential shrub border.
Botanical name: Cotinus coggygria 'Old Fashioned' Common name: Old Fashioned smoke bush USDA zones: 5 to
Coggygria 'old fashioned'; 6 feet tall & 5 feet wide
Botanical name: Cotinus coggygria 'Old Fashioned' Common name: Old Fashioned smoke bush
Botanical name: Cotinus coggygria 'Old Fashioned' Common name:
old fashioned smoke ush-cotinus coggygria, 6- tall x 5'wide, full sun or partial shade
coggygria old fashioned smoke bush zones 5-10
cotinus coggygria 'Old Fashioned' - old fashioned smoke bush
coggygria 'Old Fashioned'Common name: Old Fashioned smoke bushUSDA zones: 5 to 10 (find your zone)Water requirement: AverageLight requirement: Full sun or partial shadeMature size: 6 feet tall and 5 feet wideBenefits and tolerances: Cut flowers; drought tolerant when established; said to be deer resistant (although
“Smoke bush old fashioned” — brivic
Concept Plants
'Old Fashioned' smoke bush
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Old Fashioned smoke bush (cotinus coggygria 'Old Fashioned' zone 5-10
Botanical name: Cotinus coggygria 'Old Fashioned' Common name: Old Fashioned smoke bush USDA zones: 5 to 10 (find your zone) Water requirement:
Old Fashion Smoke Bush: Distinguishing traits. The soft oval leaves open purple before maturing to a cool blue-green, contrasting beautifully with the ruby-red stems and veins. Prolific yellow-green
Old Fashioned Smoke Bush - Bold color - 6' tall x 5' wide
old fashioned smoke bush diventa rosso per passare poi a verde blu scuro
“In front of house” — hwarner
Caitlin Wilson
Philadelphia Penthouse
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Wilson Fashion books and ads are another good source. Buy a monograph of a favorite design house's work, cut out your favorites and frame them identically to create a fashion art wall. If you're a shoe lover, check out books featuring Manolo Blahnik's charming drawings.
Good idea for some fashion art
Fashion books and ads are another good source. Buy a monograph of a favorite design house's work, cut out your favorites and frame them identically to create a fashion art wall. If you're a shoe lover, check out books featuring Manolo Blahnik's charming drawings.
“Love” — paulinapk
Northern Virginia Painting Professionals
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Cristi Holcombe Interiors, LLC
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Fashion Teen Girl
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such a room for the girl that loves fashion
love the fashion magazines hung up on the wall..... so umm.. CHIC
-Couture and Vogue magazine prints. -Fashion theme.
Fashion magazine covers / signed by cover girl, framed
These fashion prints were found at Z Gallerie and are on hard board. The Andy Warhol shoes print came from art.com, and the frame is from IKEA.
“Marina posters” — orangetulip
Anthony Baratta LLC
COLORFUL
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New York Fashion Week feels like it's been going on for a month, but the tents are finally empty, and those of us who didn't have a coveted front-row seat can sift through the thousands of runway shots and analyze the trends American designers have created for spring 2014.
rooted in fashion. In the 1960s British and other European fashion designers took two or three solid colors and blocked them together on one outfit. Color blocking eventually ran its course, but it reemerged a few years ago — and not just in fashion. Many of today's interiors use bold color blocking to create
during Fashion Week. This space shows that even if you have two prints in the same colorway (the pillows and rug), if you introduce them in different scales, they will still create visual dimension. The piece above the couch delivers an invigorating blast of color in a hot design.
“Rug” — Opal
Paces Construction Co
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Buckhead Sophistication
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old-fashioned trellis-patterned wallpaper applied in an unconventional way: It appears on both the walls and ceiling, creating a light and airy conservatory.
has old-fashioned trellis-patterned wallpaper applied in an unconventional way: It appears on both the walls and ceiling, creating a light and airy conservatory.
has old-fashioned trellis-patterned wallpaper applied in an unconventional way: It appears on both the walls and ceiling, creating a light and airy conservatory.More: How to get started with wallpaper
“new window?” — athorne003
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
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Leawood Residence
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Tobi Fairley Interior DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo 10. Don't stop until you layer. Designers use layering and repetition of elements and motifs to achieve a professional look. Most people get the concept of layering when it comes to fashion. In design it isn't much different. Pick
comes to fashion. In design it isn't much different. Pick something you love, like this patterned headboard, then repeat the color or the pattern. The artistry lies in stopping before the look becomes too matchy (it always helps to toss in something unexpected to achieve this). Subtlety is key. Drapery
comes to fashion. In design it isn't much different. Pick something you love, like this patterned headboard, then repeat the color or the pattern. The artistry lies in stopping before the look becomes too matchy (it always helps to toss in something unexpected to achieve this). Subtlety is key. Drapery
“Provide ample reading light. I have stayed in several guest rooms where there wasn’t adequate read” — muzikmates
Michelle Rees
Rose Garden Romantic Home
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aspiring fashion designer or simply like to make your own clothes, a dress form is key for at-home draping.
everyday fashions, display it instead. It's fun to display costume jewelry this way (but keep the good stuff somewhere safe). This is another cute use of a dress form; you can display jewelry or hair accessories on it.
merge your fashion and home decor sensibilities. I love how this form serves as a backdrop for a vintage jewelry collection. The touch of lace feels appropriate but not overdone.
“Love” — sue1956
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