829 nebraska Home Design Photos

Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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Central Plains. "Don’t cut down the garden," advises Nebraska garden consultant Benjamin Vogt. "It will be better protected against ice
“Path in middle and height” — 3020186
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Longwood Gardens
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y carved metal-roofed gazebo, check out the Sunken Gardens of Lincoln, Nebraska.
“Gazebo” — rayeg222
Farmhouse Garage And Shed
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clean. According to a 1949 agricultural text published by the University of Nebraska, Good Eggs Sell Better, the fact that wire baskets allow air to circulate
“canning kitchen” — dabarj
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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crisp sunlight like an engagement ring’s diamond," writes Benjamin Vogt, a Nebraska native prairie garden consultant. "You know, it is that time of year.
“Copper rainchain” — cathydclarke
Madison Modern Home
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Restyling Vintage Bird Figurines
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bird figurines that “brought back my grandparents, those summer visits to Nebraska, the smell of Fort Cody — I didn’t need anything more.”
“Knick Knack Idea” — sonoma664
Birdhouse Interior Design
Birdhouse Design
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pass up a good Southwest print," Jessica says. Chairs: vintage; couch; Nebraska Furniture Mart; wall paint: Naval, Sherwin Williams
“Contrast isn't it everything!” — Aarkey Jaan
Cramer Kreski Designs
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Project 'Eleven'
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Omaha, Nebraska. The low-descending gable roof form on this Omaha residence is another uncommon and unique feature of the style. This play in roofline
“Limewashed brick” — tinafmitchell
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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later I’ve found that natives work a lot better — our temperatures here in Nebraska range from minus 30 to 110 degrees Fahrenheit, and we experience weeks
“Plant more native plants and fewer exotics.” — avrileo
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