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Mid-Century Modern Addition, Truro
ask for baby gates installed permanently on their beautiful custom-built railings. We have had families with toddlers convinced they need adjacent bedrooms, not looking ahead to the teen years and the desire for separate bedrooms. You’re investing a lot of money and time on your remodel, so make sure it
ask for baby gates installed permanently on their beautiful custom-built railings. We have had families with toddlers convinced they need adjacent bedrooms, not looking ahead to the teen years and the desire for separate bedrooms. You’re investing a lot of money and time on your remodel, so make sure
since our baby wasn't even ambulatory. If I could do it all over again, I would have focused my first efforts on the front yard, the one I actually saw every day.Decide where you want to start. Your front yard is the obvious choice, and the task might be as simple as tidying everything up and flanking the
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
to be baby blue; Borgnes-Giramonti and her husband repainted it white and put up a wall using reclaimed bricks from a factory (not shown here). "For this house, I wanted it to be soulful, unconventional and a repository of all the things I hold dear," Borgnes-Giramonti says. "My blog is called A Bloomsbury
Loudoun County Design Build Experts
Matthew Bowe Design/Build, LLC is a design build firm serving Northern Virginia. We are active in new home construction, home remodeling and home additions.
Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
'baby's tears & blue-star-creeper' ground cover
baby's tears & blue-star-creeper
Swatt | Miers Architects
BBC Construction Inc.
BBC Construction, Inc.
This baby blue is sweet without being overly fussy - I love the color and all of the windows.
New England Farmhouse
When the baby, my daughter Lydia, was napping, I tried to garden. I kept Christopher right beside me with his own little tools, but if I looked down for a second he was off. As soon as I noticed, I would guess which way he went and run after him. He was usually enough ahead of me to be turning a corner