3,833 ROSEMARY BEACH Entry Design Photos

Elizabeth Favret Interiors
4 Reviews
Rosemary Beach, Florida
Ideabooks9
Questions1
Rosemary Beach, Florida
“light fixture” — 4morins
Christ & Associates, Architects & Planners
A Residence in Rosemary Beach, Florida
Ideabooks1
Questions0
A Residence in Rosemary Beach, Florida
mcalpine tankersley architecture
rosemary beach house 2
Ideabooks0
Questions0
rosemary beach house 2
Adrienne DeRosa
3 Reviews
Gary + Gayle: Cincinnati, Ohio
Ideabooks4,685
Questions5
What version of rosemary are you using here?
5A - Tuscan Blue Rosemary - Upright variety with blue flowers
it's established, then just enough to keep it from drying out completely. Rosemary does not like wet feet. It also doesn’t like to be fed. (You can’t get
Rosemary herbs by the front step!...Rosemary bushes in front...rosemary at back
“Love the window over the door” — plantcrazy79
RW Anderson Homes
Viewridge Craftsman Spec
Ideabooks8,605
Questions10
Rosemary Sprig 2144-30 by Benjamin Moore is close.
Benjamin Moore - Rosemary Sprig 2144-30
Rosemary sprig by BM wall color...Color. Rosemary sprig 214?
“Stairs” — leanna0392
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Designer Cottage
Ideabooks7,879
Questions5
Indoor plants. Rosemary topiaries are widely available now from nurseries, garden centers, big-box
outside. If kept outside, protect from freezing the first year. Potted rosemary can easily dry out. Keep an eye on this. That shouldn't be a problem because
“Built in buffet side” — kateclaytor
BERGHOFF DESIGN GROUP
1 Review
Rural Hillside Silverleaf Spring 2013
Ideabooks302
Questions0
Rosemary urns, lights and arches
“Door” — tgomach
Colin Cadle Photography
2 Reviews
Blue Seas
Ideabooks2,169
Questions3
house, extended and updated to form a wonderful marine home with a stylish beach style interior. Entrance with double doors in solid wood with portholes,
nautical decorating is a specific offshoot of beach style you can incorporate one or two elements of it into beach rooms without changing the light, airy feel
they moved into homes and stuck around, becoming wonderful additions to beach houses, lakeside cottages and other homes.The porthole windows shown here
here were a perfect addition to this beautifully remodeled 1930s beach house; they invite the morning sun in to brighten the sleek and comfy entryway.
“Portal windows” — Samantha Webster
Rosemary Villa Beach bath--who manufactures blue mosiac tile and accompanying border like used here? Thx.
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