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Betty Wasserman
26 Reviews
Modern Farmhouse
Ideabooks2,676
Questions5
scrubbing can wait for tomorrow, For babies grow up we've learned to our sorrow, So go to bed cobwebs and dust go to sleep.I'm rocking my babies cause babies don't keep."The assertion: You have to choose cleaning or your children, and you'd better choose those babies! I think you can do both. Of course
“Pool lines the wall of windows. Wow” — chaninpeterson
Volz O'Connell Hutson
Bastrop County Plantation House
Ideabooks2,485
Questions4
addition, pool, pool house, and outdoor kitchen pavilion; project includes historic finishes, refurbished vintage light and plumbing fixtures, antique furniture, custom cabinetry and millwork, encaustic tile, new and vintage reproduction appliances, and historic reproduction carpets and drapes. © Copyright
I love the color on the wall ! It works so well with the dark furniture, it's not overpowering and cozy , I am
all dark furniture...makes the room too heavy feeling
“Walls.” — sarahsor3
Tess Fine
Nadia Dole
Ideabooks609
Questions0
FOR WHEN YOU HAVE THE BABIES
Crib color and not overly baby
extra room for grand baby
“Love the crib and the color of it!!!” — zombiexcreep24
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Rie
Ideabooks6,798
Questions13
Hello, I love this couch and would like to order it from ClubFurniture. Is this a two cushion or three cushion couch? Do you recall the model name and fabric. There is a "Camden"
casual slip cover that hopefully can transform my traditional couch to cozy beach look...i like the idea of using fabrics creatively to transform furniture, bedding, windows etc. on low budget
than to snuggle under a good throw for a cozy night in. If you have pale upholstery and pets, throws also provide a practical way to protect your furniture.
LOOK: Adopt slip covers and use washable throws that will make pets feel welcome – and take away any angst you might have about them messing up the furniture.
“sofa” — neenie1
Julie Ranee Photography
Mark and Elisabeth
Ideabooks925
Questions3
The curved walls are across from each other. In one end I have my bed and across from it I have two small dressers. The ceiling is high. The furniture is dark (brownish). The pictures on my wall are bright, reds, yellows, greens, etc.... What would be a good color to paint my room? Should I used
minty green furniture for nightstands? or tv stand/dresser?
“I love the blue slip covered chair” — tutiq
Julie Ranee Photography
Mark and Elisabeth
Ideabooks2,297
Questions2
was going to use it as a baby changing center when i was going to have my first child..was going to store the diapers and other necessities behind the rolltop door, flour bin area, etc..my mother in law flipped out, and ran out, ordered and delivered a new fancy baby furniture set up..i was too non c
“Wolf wants a porcelain top baking table” — Karen Mueller
Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
IdeaGarden
Ideabooks7,148
Questions4
lighting mounted on a rooftop that shines outward. Spotlights in particular are a common disruption for freshly hatched sea turtles on the beach. The baby turtles mistakenly crawl toward the bright artificial lights instead of the water and end up dying. Florida, for one, has policies that make it illegal
lighting mounted on a rooftop that shines outward.Spotlights in particular are a common disruption for freshly hatched sea turtles on the beach. The baby turtles mistakenly crawl toward the bright artificial lights instead of the water and end up dying. Florida, for one, has policies that make it illegal
“Accordion doors” — vaprnd
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231 Easton Way
Ideabooks1,790
Questions7
Thanks for getting back to me so quickly. It looks like a light baby blue. Do you know if it is in the baby blue family? or if it has a touch of gray? That is clever using the same color with different finishes.
It is a pale blue, but I don't know if I'd say 'baby blue' - perhaps sky blue with a hint of turquoise.... I think taking it toward grey would be very nice.
“Ceiling” — Wendy Brunton
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