Houzz is the new way to design your home.
I joined on 9/25. Heard about the site from NPR's Monkey See Blog. Wanted to join right away after my initial look but could see it would entail some work. Kept putting it off until it became a "to do list" item which finally morphed into "enough already, let's do this thing" thing. It has now actually roamed into chore territory in my head. Who would ever think cataloguing - for the sake of getting clear about what you want - things you love could ever be a chore. But quite frankly the site doesn't seem too user friendly for the technically-challenged-baby-boomer-era-newbie who just spent her first ten minutes trying to find a how-to section. So I guess for future reference FAQ equals How to get started. Good to know. I now question how behind the times I really am. I mean is this...
I joined on 9/25. Heard about the site from NPR's Monkey See Blog. Wanted... More
reuse, recycle, reclaim. One man gathers what another man spills. The use of wooden boxes as part of design.
traditional pieces of the white chair with wooden flooring.
funky artistic gates
not the material the pillows are made of but the rest.
rustic quality of furniture. pops of color in natural element. Wildflowers on the table, how could I not include this.
the decorative pieces. The hammock is a must somewhere where it can catch sun and shade.
chairs, stone into house, color scheme, overall look
windows, mix of wood, glass, stone. The size of the table.,
Love touches of Mediterranean style. Wooden beams on ceiling, lamps (not sconces), flooring, open views to gardens
the physical parts of porch; ceiling, floor, arches, door. flowers nice
lighting in this little garden nook area.
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