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Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Joanna Madden
Ideabooks2,123
Questions5
them! In many communities you can order books, music and movies online and have them sent to your local branch for free.2. Seek out free events in your communityKeep an eye out for signs and flyers announcing free concerts, plays, movie screenings in the park, lectures and other community events.
libraries are one of our greatest resources — take advantage of them! In many communities you can order books, music and movies online and have them sent to your local branch for free.2. Seek out free events in your community. Summer is the best time to find free events — keep an eye out for signs and
and flyers announcing free concerts, plays, movie screenings in the park, lectures and other community events.
“rug” — dczulno
Screaming Meme
Screaming Meme
Ideabooks816
Questions2
Great Blog -I live in a menonite community and see many of these stars around the community as well as the painted quilted blocks on buildings that depict much the same.
“Cabinet front” — Lisa Slaton
Kathy Corbet Interiors
5 Reviews
Kathy Corbet Interiors
Ideabooks7,389
Questions7
For extra seating with a view and to add charm.Who to hire: Simpler schemes can probably be handled by a local window retailer and installer. Most communities have several to choose from; just search for window and door businesses in your area and consult with them about the options they offer. You can
“Window seat” — lanibi
Conard Romano Architects
3 Reviews
Conard Romano Architects
Ideabooks30,203
Questions5
hosts a blog on Activerain (members only) called HAPPY HOME STAGER http://activerain.com/blogs/happyhomestagerLaura can also be found on the houzz community at http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/users/happyhomestager and on twitter: http://twitter.com/HappyHomeStagerWe invite you to share YOUR "GREEN" tips
“WINDOW SEAT” — janroze
Paul Welschmeyer ARCHITECTS & energy consultants
2 Reviews
Second Street Green
Ideabooks2,054
Questions4
Yet there are fly ash skeptics in the green building community, too. For one, the carbon footprint of coal fly ash may in fact be higher than that of Portland cement, when calculations include the carbon released
“floor” — bufh
OLSON LEWIS + Architects
3 Reviews
Classic Meets Eclectic
Ideabooks1,833
Questions3
and specialty, although membership in the organization is not an indication of whether someone is qualified or not.) Ask other home pros in your community who they would recommend as well. Photo by James R. Salomon
“Wall paneling” — Yoguez Woodworking
Celebrity Communities
The Overlook at Heritage Hills
Ideabooks3,403
Questions10
Celebrity Communities The Overlook at Heritage Hills
Celebrity Communities
“Paint” — hotdog40
Celebrity Communities
The Overlook at Heritage Hills
Ideabooks2,250
Questions5
Celebrity Communities The Overlook at Heritage Hills
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“simple window” — cegraef
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