36 pinecones Eclectic Home Design Photos

Rikki Snyder
6 Reviews
2013 Holiday House NYC
Ideabooks566
Questions2
elements such as pinecones, acorns, juniper berries or dried citrus slices. The greens should last a few weeks before drying out, but pinecones and even dried
elements such as pinecones, acorns, juniper berries or dried citrus slices. The greens should last a few weeks before drying out, but pinecones and even dried
“mmural” — cookiejame
Annette Tatum
Tent
Ideabooks1,357
Questions2
Rocks, sticks, pinecones and leaves are considered “loose parts” and are perfect for constructive
7. Encourage building with loose parts. Rocks, twigs, pinecones and leaves are considered “loose parts” and are perfect for constructive play, which is
“Outside tent” — bambi111811
Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
Ideabooks643
Questions1
Consider using found objects from the backyard such as branches, leaves, or pinecones.
“Love bell jars...” — cosmonaute
SGH Designs inc.
13 Reviews
Contemporary Gem
Ideabooks2,856
Questions11
Bowl of pinecones
“drawers in side of island” — thermt
Rikki Snyder
6 Reviews
Winter Tablescape
Ideabooks1,220
Questions1
cardstock and place the cards in pinecones by each place setting.
Pinecone place card holder. Could use with Christmas words, such as Peace
print or write your guests' names on cardstock and place the cards in pinecones by each place setting.
memorable. Dress up each place with a handwritten place card tucked into a pinecone, tied with twine to the stem of a pear or pomegranate, or fastened to a
Idea for place cards in pinecones
“chevron runner adds pizzazz” — momface
Rikki Snyder
6 Reviews
Winter Tablescape
Ideabooks981
Questions0
Will do the place cards like this and look for pinecones this size.
Pinecone name holder...pinecone place card...place holders with pinecones...xmas pinecone name tags...The pinecone name card...pinecone name tags
“xmas table” — mariev3
Cozy Little House
Outdoor Renovation
Ideabooks930
Questions1
just around the corner, so file this idea away for warm weather. Baby pinecones nestle in mini terra-cotta pots in this container garden. It's a fun change
just around the corner, so file this idea away for warm weather. Baby pinecones nestle in mini terra-cotta pots in this container garden. It's a fun change
“The little settings..chair etc” — julieflorence
Rikki Snyder
6 Reviews
Winter Tablescape
Ideabooks917
Questions0
red with the white tying in natural elements of pinecones, holly berries and pomegranates.
pieces at the bottoms of the jars add sparkle. Add evergreen trimmings, pinecones, cranberries and seasonal fruits, such as pomegranates or persimmons, to
pieces at the bottoms of the jars add sparkle. Add evergreen trimmings, pinecones, cranberries and seasonal fruits, such as pomegranates or persimmons, to
pieces at the bottoms of the jars add sparkle. Add evergreen trimmings, pinecones, cranberries and seasonal fruits, such as pomegranates or persimmons, to
“mason jar candles and table runner” — Jane Webb
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