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I like the place to hang clothes (and other things) that can drip into a drain and drain away. Great idea!
the long potting bench with sink & places to put supplies & pots.
A closer look at the potting bench
I like the patio grouping. I also have another view of the potting bench. Note the holes on the sides for the pots.
A basic potting bench. I still like the bigger one better.
Another view of the place in the laundry room to hang wet/damp clothes & other items to dry. Note it can also be used to wash the dog or other large items. Like a sink but better.
I like the idea of the niche with multiple shelves for bath items
Another interesting niche with shelves. Note the pebble design in the inset.
Nice fireplace! The chandelier is interesting.
Interesting fireplace. Also like the counter.
Beamed ceilings and stone fireplace.
Nice fireplace. Interesting ceilings.
Interesting octagon ceiling.
Different angle of another porch picture.
Love this accent tile!
Interesting possible ideas for screened porch.
Another idea for retaining walls.
Demijohns are old bottles originally used to transport liquids. Wine, olive oil, cider, molasses — you name it, a demijohn probably carried it. Great decorating idea! These can be found at flea markets.
My idea for our stove/oven area. I love the side cabinets that can be rolled out to hold smaller items used by the stove. Would also like the back wall inset to hold a small shelf for salt & pepper shakers and bottles.
The wide planks and natural look (it's reclaimed natural oak). Not sure about oak though. Here's what one poster says about it: "Consider the wood grain when you choose your flooring. Oak has a very open grain and dirt and grime gets caught in the grain. A tighter grain such as maple or cherry will be easier to clean - especially if you prefer sweeping over the vacuum".
Here are wide-plank reclaimed wood floors with, I believe, a stain. Looks warmer and more rustic.
Another wide-plank reclaimed wood floor that has been stained. To stain or not to stain may be the question.
Is it possible to make something like this under the sink? Pull out drawers are so much easier to get at things than having to stoop down or crawl under the sink.
This organizer could be in the cabinet above the desk (so there would be room for the laptop and phone on the desk) to keep bills and other items neatly stored. behind the doors (note the labels beneath each cubbyhole).