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Townhouse Renovation in San Diego
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Leonard Grant Architecture
Fusion Farmhouse
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and just to throw a wrench in the mix. I actually really like the modernist/minimalist kind of structure. But I think over the long haul, I'd tire of it pretty quickly. Best
“Tower and outdoor fireplace” — Julie Miner
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Michigan farmhouse
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| KitchenLabSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Quality Counts No matter what changes you make in your home, choosing quality items will always make a big impact. In nearly every article about refreshing your home, throw pillows are mentioned. But what you may not consider is that pillows stuffed with inorganic
No matter what changes you make in your home, choosing quality items will always make a big impact. In nearly every article about refreshing your home, throw pillows are mentioned. But what you may not consider is that pillows stuffed with inorganic
Going global doesn't always have to manifest in big gestures; little ones also make an impact. This transitional interior is injected with a dose of the travel bug in the form of that great little pillow.
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color is called organic. It wears very well and I love it. Here's the link. http://www.lazybones.com.au/at-home/quilts/rosette-bedding-in-organic.html
Love these walls & it is so,simple, just 2" prices of wood affixed to wall about 16" apart & try to line up with studs. Really easy but big impact.
“board and batten and contrasting color” — crawfordlittle
Karr Bick Kitchen and Bath
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Jenny Rausch
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Whitehaus offers a wonderful range of sinks and faucets... http://www.poshhaus.com/store/m/62-Whitehaus.html
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Crisp Architects
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Crisp Architects
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to a table we have made in the past. http://www.lakeandmountainhome.com/Barnwood-Dining-Tables/Barnwood-Trestle-Tables/Large-Reclaimed-Farm-Table.html Hope this helps! Jen www.lakeandmountainhome.com 978-505-3222
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Group 3
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Kitchen detail
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beadboard. This grooved style of paneling warms walls and cabinetry and adds architectural interest with a minimum of fuss. Because it has so much visual impact, you don't need much to create a cottage effect. Go the classic route and paint it a creamy color, choose the same hue as your cabinetry or sand it
beadboard. This grooved style of paneling warms walls and cabinetry and adds architectural interest with a minimum of fuss. Because it has so much visual impact, you don't need much to create a cottage effect. Go the classic route and paint it a creamy color, choose the same hue as your cabinetry or sand it
“interesting wood cabinet” — stichlet
Wagner Hodgson
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Wagner Residence
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unnoticed. In a contemporary garden, spheres are viewed as most profound when placed in an area uncluttered by a plethora of foliage. For maximum impact, simpler is better
gone unnoticed. In a contemporary garden, spheres are viewed as most profound when placed in an area uncluttered by a plethora of foliage. For maximum impact, simpler is better.
“Love look” — janajjones
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