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Julie Ranee Photography
Emma's Cottage
breakfast nook shown here, for example, a simple table and set of chairs looks cozy and inviting when centered on a soft rug, and accented with a tin of flowers and a display of thrifted dishes on the wall.
“aqua & square” — bpphoto785
Loudon County Pool and Spa Designer
New Construction of in ground gunite pools, renovation of existing pools, full retail store, and service on all types of swimming pools.
Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
Curved House
was also necessary to consider that the climate of Missouri prohibits being outside year-round. Planted directly in the center of the house is a flowering dogwood — Missouri's state tree. Despite harsh weather, the progression of the tree throughout the year will connect the interior with the landscape
“árbol” — galimberti80
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Carolina St
features:Restraint in color and plant varietyLinear planting that echoes the horizontal lines of the home's siding and fenceEmphasis on foliage over flowersColor note:Muted earth tonesPlant selection:Grasses and succulents are eminently suitable for contemporary landscape design, as they rely upon their
“Door and wood” — Charlz Vincent Laccay
Mindful Designs, Inc.
1 Review
Mountain Cabin
objects that fit the theme of your house. Skis and snowshoes match a ski house, old wooden barrels befit a log cabin, maple syrup baskets filled with flowers suit a cottage, and a casually propped surfboard is just right at the beach. Put on your photo stylist’s hat and have fun with props from around the
“So pretty!” — Kelly Smith Herring
Katie Leede
Craftsman Cool
should be readily accessible. “I prefer that property brochures and information are in the foyer area, located on a console or table with some fresh flowers. Buyers can pick up that information upon entering or leaving,” says Melvin. Whether it’s an invitation-only showing or a large opening for the masses
“Rustic” — lungard62
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Mangan 2-1
pretty maintenance free once in the ground. In order to avoid rust disease, maintain soil drainage and good air circulation around the plant. After flowering, cut the grass back to around 12” in late winter or early spring to clear out old growth. Being a cool-season grass, plant feather reed grass in spring
“stepping stones , gravel and water always work well together” — Amanda Lloyd-Sim
Palmerston Design Consultants
6 Reviews
Indian Grove Bathroom
paint the bathroom door black. Paired with white marble or subway tile, it's perfection. Notice how the dashes of yellow in the painting and in the flowers infuse energy into the room.
“H.” — emager
Regan Baker Design
6 Reviews
Rustic Modern Kitchen
to not “hold sickness,” says Caitlin Walker of Mercury Mosaics. Colored floor tiles later became popular, as well as patterns, such as borders and flower designs. Today penny tiles have hit the design jackpot — likely because they look great in nearly any space, new or old. Here’s how to use them right
“Wood shelves with white cabinets” — bwenk
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