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Stephanie Wiley Photography
6 Reviews
Colorful Cottage
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It was white and I used spray paint to paint it black. Here's a link to a similar bench: http://www.wayfair.com/Jordan-Manufacturing-Maze-Metal-Garden-Bench-3K-SMAZE-JORD1018.html
Your answers are always do helpful, thank you!
If you're looking to take your house exterior fun and edgy, try a dark main color with a fun burst of color on the front door. Here is Kendall Charcoal HC-166 for the main
Find Your Color StyleWe can learn volumes about color through observation and experience. When you visit a public garden, shop at local nurseries or take a tour here on Houzz, notice which colors please your eyes.It is clear that Tiffany blue makes the owner of this cottage very happy. That's the power
“Chalkboard by door” — lagata77
Tamar Schechner/Nest Pretty Things Inc
BACK DOOR
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Your space is lovely! I Adore it:)
painting. we are happy to offer you a picture light for your photo.
This is actually the back door to the garden and i'm sorry but this is so old I don't even remember
Thank you so much for your reply. You are sweet to take the time to respond! I am horrible with color!
The lovely pink door at the bottom of the stairs leads to the garden outside, and the large artwork above the door is by her mother. Thank you for sharing your wonderful home with the Houzz community, Tam! See her Etsy shop and her site, Nest Pretty Things. Next: See more home tours
The lovely pink door at the bottom of the stairs leads to the garden, and the large artwork above the door is by her mother.
“Painting” — valeriedyas
450 Architects, Inc.
Sonoma Residence Entry Hall
Ideabooks3,555
Questions3
I am thinking about doing something similar with plaster in my kitchen for the ceiling. Can you tell me if you
table or bench in the entry invites you to come closer and investigate, rather than dump your keys and bag in a rush through to other rooms. It's a subtle difference, but it could be just enough change to slow your pace from the harried outside world to the peace and comfort of home. Enhance the peaceful
come closer and investigate, rather than dump your keys and bag in a rush through to other rooms.
Creating Calm Entry and Mudroom Try something low. A long, low table or bench in the entry invites you to come closer and investigate, rather than dump your keys and bag in a rush through to other rooms
“texture” — mamalou0828
Lauren Mikus
Denver Highlands Bungalow
Ideabooks5,907
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Fun in the kitchen and on the garage door
A goal-setting chalkboard wall--really good for a New Year project. Goal setting requires satisfying both left- and right-brain activities. So your list of goals will include two sides: a practical, meat-and-potatoes side and an emotional, ice-cream-and-pie side. Each is important, and each needs
handle a suddenly empty nest, digs deep and offers lots of sound, practical advice about making your next move. Your first steps should be not to panic, take a deep breath and read this ideabook. If your nest will be emptying out anytime in the forseeable future, bookmark this article now. You’ll need
concerns, so your list of goals will include two sides – a practical, meat-and-potatoes side and an emotional, ice-cream-and-apple pie side. Each is important and each needs to be recognised so that the end result will reflect a unified vision.Here are some questions to ask yourself and your family.What
“Clever idea” — Amy Parker
Ike Kligerman Barkley
2 Reviews
Entry Pergola
Ideabooks4,245
Questions4
project (and there usually is), safety is a concern. The scale of projects involving stone, brick and concrete can be deceiving. Make sure you know what you're getting into. Wrestling a heavy stone into place and making it look good takes years to master. When you factor in all of this, the cost of paying
“Pagoda” — mgharmon
Laura Garner
My Houzz: Urban Goes Exotic in a Montreal Artist's Home
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The front garden and vivid redbrick facade echo the exotic elements within. Dumas' favorite element, though, is outdoors. "The park is what attracted me to the house to begin with," he says. "It has become a part of the house. I like to keep the doors open to bring nature inside." He and his children
the park across the street, taking walks, going ice skating and having picnics. "It's our backyard," Dumas says.See more photos of this home | Show us your creative homeBrowse more homes by style:Small Homes | Colorful Homes | Eclectic Homes | Modern Homes | Contemporary HomesMidcentury Homes | Ranch Homes
“Entrance” — yylee13
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Kelly Residence
Ideabooks2,062
Questions1
manufacture this custom unit for you, check out our website http://www.DecoDesignCenter.com then contact us or email us for a free quote. Let us know your measurements (widths and heights) for the doors, sidelites and transom in this design.
I kind of like the garden
“front door” — brookehanson
Henderson Design Group
4 Reviews
Four Seasons Vacation Home
Ideabooks2,789
Questions2
Thank you so much for your interest! We pick paint colours on site and these vary in the light of the location. Generally we use C2 paints. Many thanks!
See the walkway with the gardens on both sides? That is the plan I left for the stone layers. I returned to find huge stone steps covering the garden area on the garage side. I guess I should have used crayons to color my diagram.
“Steps” — gibson2
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