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248 seasonal decorations Eclectic Exterior Design Photos
Outdoor Holiday Arragnement with pines and holly
The fern stand decorated...like
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
matter what style, I like shutters and window boxes! Plan to have both! Joyful will get a lot of business from me! Especially at the end of the season!
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Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
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Hobbit Hole 'Tiny House' Cottage
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gingerbread because the house has very bright colors and obviuosly a lot of gingerbread detailing. The gingerbread frames the house and adds a touch of decoration.
like the decorative trim near roof and the baskets of flower off the rail
I have never seen anything like this house. The design, style and decor makes it so unique, yet not so modern that you wonder what the hell it is. The gothic styled design over the windows to the left give it an old world
It does not fit any set pattern, textured walls, columns that are similar to ribbed vaulting hip and pitched roofs. Above doors there is decoration similar to gingerbreading (in the sense of the fine patterns)
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Hill Country Arts and Crafts
Rain Chain - It is common to see actual chains rather than decorative cups on taller homes, since a simple chain is less expensive than a long stack of cups.
chains throughout the rest of the world, but it seems to be a progression that is quickly catching on. It is common to see actual chains rather than decorative cups on taller homes, since a simple chain is less expensive than a long stack of cups.