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Betty's Room, LLC
2 Reviews
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7. Share your pet’s routines, preferences and history. By filling the new owner in on your pet’s daily routine and any special needs, you can make his or her transition to the new home as smooth as possible
typical daily routine.Play: Favorite games and toys.Sensitivities: Noises, animals or anything else that tends to excite or upset your pet.Medical history: Bring any veterinary records you have, along with any papers from a breeder.
“silla eggs” — pamesw
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
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Elad Gonen
1 Review
living room
Ideabooks2,781
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modified many styles taken from various time periods in history like Gothic, Tudor, Elizabethan, English Rococo, Neoclassical and others. The Gothic and Rococo revival style were the most common styles to be seen in furniture during this time in history.
“Shabby chic” — Melody Hughes
Orren Pickell Building Group
5 Reviews
Mettawa Residence #4
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modern history
“White gravel driveway” — verbgirl
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
Ideabooks6,724
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White Scandinavian room /w old and new feel gives the room a sense of history and warmth
1) Vintage will make a comeback. This hutch gives the bright, white room some history and warmth
“The crispness of white with a pop of color” — annjinks
Dennison and Dampier Interior Design
6 Reviews
Duke Street, Alexandria
Ideabooks4,715
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history restored
“white paint?” — 303w29
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: 140 year old mud brick home
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it did not detract from the smaller proportions of the original cottage,” Ros says. “We wanted to use local builders who felt a connection to the history behind the cottage." The couple found a British father-and-son team to design and forge exposed metal trusses to hold the huge gabled rafters in the
it did not detract from the smaller proportions of the original cottage,” Ros says. “We wanted to use local builders who felt a connection to the history behind the cottage.” The couple found a British father-and-son team to design and forge exposed metal trusses to hold the huge gabled rafters in the
“Wood beams” — wilsonkim95
David Howell Design
1 Review
Laight Street Loft
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The original steel beams, exposed joists and masonry walls reflect the history of the building, which was two commercial warehouses in its former life. "We were respectful of the beauty of what was already there," says Howell. "We just made it more opulent and made it make more sense spatially."The
The original stainless steel beams, exposed wooden beams and masonry walls reflect the history of the building, which was two commercial warehouses in its former life. ‘We were respectful of the beauty of what was already there,’ says Howell
“Like the flr” — dfluxxx
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Mark & Priscilla Rieves
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Virginia, and even as a kid, he always had an appreciation for the history, scenery and small-town environment of the Roanoke area. When work brought him to Dallas 23 years ago, he "was drawn to this neighborhood because it has a sense of history, thousands of beautiful trees and a small-town feel," he says
“Open porch” — vmjoyce
"History photos please"
If I buy an all original 1948 all red brick tudor/cottage style home, what might the kitchen have looked like? It's been gutted, so I can't tell, but would...
Does anyone know history of that window style?
I have similar heraldic windows in my home in Long Beach. Would like to know more about them. Thanks.
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