102 oft Home Design Photos

Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
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Society Garlic(Tuhlbaghia violacea) The big blue and white flowers looming overhead in the photo here are those of the oft-planted lily of the Nile (Agapanthus africanus, zones 7 to 11). It makes a great companion for society garlic, since both plants bloom at the same time
form a weed-suppressing ground cover in just a couple of years. The big blue and white flowers looming overhead in the photo here are those of the oft-planted lily of the Nile (Agapanthus africanus, zones 7 to 11). It makes a great companion for society garlic, since both plants bloom at the same time
to form a weed-suppressing ground cover in just a couple of years. The big blue and white flowers looming overhead in the photo here are those of the oft-planted lily of the Nile (Agapanthus africanus, zones 7 to 11). It makes a great companion for society garlic, since both plants bloom at the same time
“nice and colourful” — robinnigel
Applegate Tran Interiors
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Gioi Tran
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oft ceilings · San Francisco
“idea foto” — tutidimare
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Gioi Tran
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oft ceilings · San Francisco
“gorgeous” — tracylpaterson
Applegate Tran Interiors
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Applegate Tran Interiors
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oft ceilings · San Francisco
“Table runner” — wilkinerin
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Applegate Tran Interiors
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oft ceilings · San Francisco
“Living room furniture and rug” — pbarari
S.K.I.N. design studio
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Hollywood
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oft cei
“elegant” — suzannewei
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Applegate Tran Interiors
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oft ceilings · San Francisco
“flat panel” — modanita
Rachel Kate Design
Lake Calhoun Residence
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Tiebacks. Getting tieback placement right is also a matter of proportion, as is the size of the tieback itself. An oft-repeated rule is that the tieback should not be placed in the middle of the panel, because it cuts the panel in half. Rather, the tieback should be placed
An oft-repeated rule is that the tieback should not be placed in the middle of the panel; rather the tieback should be placed at either the one-third or two-third
Tiebacks. Getting tieback placement right is also a matter of proportion, as is the size of the tieback itself. An oft-repeated rule is that the tieback should not be placed in the middle of the panel, because it cuts the panel in half. Rather, the tieback should be
“Round” — D.R. McRae Construction
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