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Antonio Chaves
3 Reviews
Pyramid house - Sonoma Coast | HBV Architecture
Ideabooks142
Questions0
cosy feel of your hangout zone and provide softness underfoot before you hop on and off the floating chair (a little bit of padding is sure to make the
“TOO UNIQUE” — aajay1977
Kenny Craft, CNU LEED AP
1 Review
Cannon House - South Main, Colorado
Ideabooks3,799
Questions5
green, outdoorsy lifestyle.Green appeal: Walkability. Rather than needing to hop in the car for every little outing, part of what is so attractive about living
“Show Alec” — rboyajy
Peter Sampson Architecture Studio Inc.
Lyndale House
Ideabooks1,518
Questions2
front door, or even the residents as they fumble with their keys after hopping out of the roadster in the driveway.
“Flat black door for boot room entrance” — zoestone
Nanette Wong
My Houzz: The Podolls
Ideabooks1,815
Questions3
towel and clothes while you shower, or sit while you dry the kids once they hop out of the bath.KNOW YOUR CHAIR: Eames Wire Side Chair With Eiffel Base (DKR:
“Dark tiles” — hanbooth
JJC Design P/L
Wheelers Hill
Ideabooks373
Questions1
household with toasty dry towels. Just remember to turn it on well before you hop into the shower to give it time to heat up.
“Bath look” — tyeb
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Outdoor Living
Ideabooks22,190
Questions12
dark corners — places where someone could hide or the spot where the coyotes hop the fence. The amount of lighting you need for this function depends on your
“Ground cover” — briebietz
Cheryl Ketner Interiors
3 Reviews
Court Meadow
Ideabooks1,314
Questions2
something you don’t like. A splash of paint can turn a dowdy kitchen into one hopping with happiness, especially if you choose a bright and cheery shade. White
“Red kitchen” — charlenesbrown
Kate Byer Interior Design
5 Reviews
Romantic bedroom
Ideabooks7,226
Questions18
meticulous — it’s the perfect place to throw your clothes when you’re ready to hop into bed.
“Settee at the end of the bed” — KK B
Why is a dog already fenced in and then behind a bubble?
I would like to know how the dog became so engaged with the bubble that he isn't just hopping the fence? Sincerely.
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