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Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Dutch folks. Different colors had different meanings. Green barn stars symbolize growth, fertility, success in things and ideas that grow.
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Howard Bankston & Post
Open Floor Plan
19th-century folks needed groups of chandeliers for light; perhaps those groupings can inspire us to think beyond the single statement crystal chandelier.See how to use double chandeliers
Girl bed room
Some folks show their love through material things. I get that, but that's the last thing kids need when it comes to love. A toy never takes the place of story time, baking together or just plain being there.Rethink the Train TableIf there is one thing that continues to confound me, it’s the train table
The ReDevelopment Group
larger folk Victorian's symmetrical design. There might be a front gable with a side wing, a pyramid-shaped roof, a front porch with spindle work and flat jigsaw-cut trim. Colorfully painted woodwork is historically accurate, but for a while, Victorians were painted white or gray only. It didn't come
Buckminster Green LLC
Chestnut Hill kitchen
Proverbs and folk expressions are often used for inscriptions. This soapstone sink's inscription translates as, "If it's not true, it's a good story."
The home of Romy and Ilya
designed by Folke Pålsson, a French antique flea market find and a Hans Wegner Wishbone chair — surrounds the very first sample of the couple's dining table, Table big. A vintage bench purchased from Amsterdam vintage boutique Neef Louis lines the window, providing extra seating.Pendant: Copper Shade, Tom
lot of folks who aren't even tech savvy are taking the paperless plunge because it's a more ecofriendly option. Less paper means great things for the environment — making the switch a more mindful choice. Not to mention lots of companies are now offering incentives for customers to receive bills online