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Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
our new home that is completely shaded and there is no grass. Perfect place to do this for our little ones!
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Definite back garden
Brick in garden...tips til Frode
Garden shed workspaces are on the rise. This is an outdoor playhouse but wouldn't it make a great little home office getaway?
The fun is in the details. A mailbox and door lanterns make this little home particularly inviting...
Gardening shed (for her)
tyled Home...Restyled Home...shed garden...Garden shed...Garden dhef...Garden house...play? Or garden?
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Downtown Aspen Residence
my at home day care i have. I am a stay at home mom who cares for other children and on a tight budget I love everything about this space and would love any ideas you could share in this room, such as are the shelves home made or bought? do you have how to make them plans? I also love the table where
Design tip: Pick a floor covering that is soft but flat — aim for something kids can sit on comfortably and that won't make their block and Lego creations tip over.
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
Patty creates unique, enjoyable, and livable interiors. Regardless of project budget, she is known for successfully working within all constraints to create the most beautiful spaces possible.
James Ray Construction
Rose Garden Home
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little home away from home for the girls
could be a garden shed
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in the garden...garden shed...garden house...nice garden shed...Rose Garden Home
One tip--the colors shown on the photo above might age with the child better than some of the primary colors that I see on some of the sites.
Tour a home where posters are the prized possessions.
If your son keeps his toys and books in his room, invest is a sturdy bookshelf and other storage pieces that will withstand a little wear and tear. Tip: In smaller rooms, under-the-bed storage is a great place for clothes and other things that
making the home kid friendly was a big priority. The oldest son's room is perfect for a toddler but was designed with colors and materials that can grow with him. Easy-to-reach storage makes accessing toys a snap and also allows for quick cleanup.
David Nosella Interior Design
Decorating tips here: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/Budget-Decorating Upload a photo and let us know how you end up decorating your dorm room!
Thank you for sharing. I now know what will be my next project in my home! Simple and wise
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Nicole Lanteri, On My Agenda LLC
Modern Vintage Nursery
nursery. Tip: Source thrift stores, flea markets and yard sales for affordable furniture finds that are still in good condition. A fresh coat of paint will add instant style and give your piece a custom look.
interested. Tip: I'm guessing that something like this would be pretty easy to replicate with a handful of dowel rods, paint, an old frame and some large wooden beads if this version is not in your budget. Maybe you can even get your other half in on this one (if, of course, you fall into the right vs. left
bring home may not match each other in finish or style, and that's OK. You can easily repaint the pieces in a color you love, and the new hue will make the mismatched furniture feel like part of an intentional collection.