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Becky Harris
Urban Coop Tour Atlanta
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than today. Show your little yard-to-table egg producers how much you care with a comforting place to hunker down for the night. Full story: Backyard Living: The Scoop on Chicken Coops
than today. Show your little yard-to-table egg producers how much you care with a comforting place to hunker down for the night. Full story: Backyard Living: The Scoop on Chicken Coops
“pleasant” — 'Ailina
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Cynthia Taylor-Luce
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Hallways and Entry
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runner leaves a trail throughout the lower level of the house. Its sprightly pattern adds a touch of the exotic to each of the predominately neutral living spaces.
leopard living room
“runner print” — weardmike
The Cross Design
Olimpic Village Condo
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in the top sheet so it's not dangling) and place a blanket folded in thirds at the foot. You could also "borrow" a decorative pillow or two from the living room for extra oomph.
in the top sheet so it's not dangling) and place a blanket folded in thirds at the foot. You could also "borrow" a decorative pillow or two from the living room for extra oomph.10 easy ways to dress your bed
“wall color for sunroom” — dianeacj
Gil R
patio
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the time to share his home with us.More:5 Extraordinary Lofts Across the CountryIndustrial Elements: Factory Style at HomeEnjoy the Warm Side of Loft Living
lot living
“Fence for roof” — christielambert
Small Gardens
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Sarah and Dave Kramer had zero gardening experience when they first bought their house outside of Boston, but after years of living in small apartments, they were thrilled to have an outdoor space. Despite the fact that most of it is paved, Sarah went plant-crazy in the single raised
size: 200 square feetSarah and Dave Kramer had zero gardening experience when they first bought their house outside of Boston, but after years of living in small apartments, they were thrilled to have an outdoor space. Despite the fact that most of it is paved, Sarah went plant-crazy in the single raised
“Balcony” — goddessfemme
Waterwise Landscapes Incorporated
Valley backyard
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Dusty Miller (Senecio cineraria) A gray-leafed shrublike perennial, dusty miller combines woolly light gray leaves with yellow foliage. If you live in a warm-winter climate, you can even get blooms year-round. It's the leaves that stand out, though. Almost silver, they're a great contrast to other
Dusty Miller(Senecio cineraria)A gray-leafed shrublike perennial, dusty miller combines woolly light gray leaves with yellow foliage. If you live in a warm-winter climate, you can even get blooms year-round. It's the leaves that stand out, though. Almost silver, they're a great contrast to other plants
“Dusty Miller (Senecio cineraria)” — Estudio Castaño
EASYdesigns
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Halloween Decorating with late summer plants & holiday pumkins and gourds
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Decorate indoors but don't forget your outside living spaces either thanks to a variety of pumpkins and gourds that pair nicely with lush patio plants.
"Because we live in a neighborhood with lots of children, I like to decorate the outside of our home to create a welcoming holiday environment," Elisabeth Secosky of EASYDesigns says.Inspired by nature's fall bounty, Secosky used fall leaves, various pumpkins and gourds, Indian corn, and a scattering
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Veranda Estate Homes & Interiors
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Funky Orange Kitchen
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specific neighborhood, the garage cannot be attached to the home. So the French doors are actually the main entrance into the home for the family. We live with a climate that changes rapidly, so lots of muck from snow and mud can get tracked into the home. The slate was chosen for its colors but also for
specific neighborhood, the garage cannot be attached to the home. So the French doors are actually the main entrance into the home for the family. We live with a climate that changes rapidly, so lots of muck from snow and mud can get tracked into the home. The slate was chosen for its colors but also for
“Black counter Pulls White cabinets” — lainiept
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