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Locus Architecture
Rural Vernacular
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parks or vacant lots — that might be illegal or at least rude (tempting, though). You can use seed bombs in your own garden or as economical plant gifts for whoever you think might benefit. Ready for the recipe? It’s simple: clay powder or soil, compost, seeds and water. Locus Architecture Architects
“B” — Carol Hall
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The home of Edwin
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pop of vibrant emerald green to an otherwise neutral space. Artist and friend Arnoud Dijkstra created the etching on the mantel as a housewarming gift. Candelabra: Black Gold, Ineke Hans; pendant: Bufferlamp, Wieki Somers; ottoman cushion: custom, with The Vineyard fabric by Hella Jongerius
solitary pop of vibrant emerald green to an otherwise neutral space. Artist and friend Arnoud Dijkstra created the etching on the mantel as a housewarming gift. Candelabra: Black Gold, Ineke Hans; pendant: Bufferlamp, Wieki Somers; ottoman cushion: custom, with The Vineyard fabric by Hella Jongerius
“neutral with a pop of color.” — aklyon21
Shannon Malone
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Stitz designed the space on a shoestring budget; every secondhand item was found or gifted. She discovered this old patio set and uses it as the private outdoor dining space for her cabin guests.
I buy recycled; I reuse; I make art with salvaged materials.”Stitz designed the space on a shoestring budget; every secondhand item was found or gifted. She discovered this old patio set and uses it as the private outdoor dining space for her cabin guests.
“GArdenfurniture” — wynndale
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
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mug arrangements as take home gifts.
– a custom traditionally reserved for weddings. When it comes time to dine, it’s easy to move the small vases into the centre of the table. It’s the gift that keeps on giving.
“White!” — Melissa Mckissack
Jeanette Lunde
Kids room
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A sweetly simple wreath on a nursery door is an unexpected touch. Wouldn't this make a fun baby gift? The natural look blends well with this setting, but you could paint the cones pink, blue or any other color you like.
A sweetly simple wreath on a nursery door is an unexpected touch. Wouldn't this make a fun baby gift? The natural look blends well with this setting, but you could paint the cones pink, blue or any other color you like.
“the wall cover” — shamary
Sarah Greenman
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McKinney, TX: Megan Charters
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nook where Charters showcases her collection of embroidered artwork. The yellow kitchen chair was a $2 garage sale find, and the retro dining set was a gift from friends
nook where Charters showcases her collection of embroidered artwork. The yellow kitchen chair was a $2 garage sale find, and the retro dining set was a gift from friends. “People know that I’m always looking for vintage stuff, and when they see something, they call me,” she says.
“Yellow paint color” — mountainfireforge
California Closets Maryland
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Garage
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Can the workshop double as a crafty/gift wrapping center?
7. Clean up Santa's workshop. If you dragged out the toolbox to assemble any large and complex Christmas gifts, now would be a good time to assess and reorganize the tools you have. If you are lucky enough to have a full-size toolshed (and it's kept up), bravo. For the rest of us, cramming random tools
“work bench” — tl007ice
Red Princess Productions
Clipper Street
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rid of things that are only cluttering up your home and driving you nuts. Hate that giant plastic sound machine (oops, I meant toy) you received as a gift? Pass it along to someone who will appreciate it. It’s time to reclaim your space
rid of things that are only cluttering up your home and driving you nuts. Hate that giant plastic sound machine (oops, I meant toy) you received as a gift? Pass it along to someone who will appreciate it. It’s time to reclaim your space.Tell us: Are you the parent of a little one living in small quarters
“Cool” — kflohr
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