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Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
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We had a Lilac bush in our back yard when I was a kid, and now we have a Lilac bush in our front yard. I've always adored the scent of Lilacs. I'm going to cut and bring some of that beautiful fragrance
I have three large lilac bushes and love the smell so much!
first things I did was plant a lilac bush on the southwest corner of our house, right outside our bedroom window. When it came into bloom, I would lie in bed and smell the heavenly fragrance. When we looked at our second home, I was pleased to notice a large bush in the backyard and a smaller one on
“flowerpot” — Sheena Williams
David Howell Design
1 Review
David Howell
Ideabooks1,982
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elsewhere? We travel a lot, and it's always inspiring to see new cities, but I love my native New Zealand landscape; it's a mix of density and openness. The bush is so thick and pungent and full of tiny plants mixed in with giant kauri trees. And then we have the rolling hills, [which are] open and endless and
“Chairs Tables Lights” — abigailbennett
Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Mandeville Canyon Residence
Ideabooks18,711
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1. Room with a view Those with an desire for a home in the bush will appreciate this Los Angeles home’s open living, dining and kitchen area. It enjoys stunning canyon views as it’s surrounded by moveable glass
“Gorgeous floors” — jodia0903
Benn & Penna Architecture
Southern Highlands House
Ideabooks7
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bush hut
“play room” — steveross74
Izumi Tanaka Photography
6 Reviews
LivingHomes C6 designed by Jamie Bush in Palm Springs Modernism Week
Ideabooks1,684
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LivingHomes C6 designed by Jamie Bush in Palm Springs Modernism Week
You can contact the designer, Jamie Bush. He's at jamiebush.com!
You can contact the designer, Jamie Bush. He's at jamiebush.com!
You can ask the designer, Jamie Bush: http://www.jamiebush.com
“Color” — stephanieleev
Dayna Katlin Interiors
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Living room
Ideabooks2,472
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underwatering. •Soil: Use well-draining potting soil. •Feeding: Fertilizer is not necessary. •Pruning: Schefflera can get leggy, so if you prefer a bush, prune it to maintain a compact shape. Schefflera bounces back even after a radical haircut, so don't be afraid to prune heavily. •Pests: Schefflera
Love the airy plant and bush in same room
“Fireplace” — stressfreeoc
Capo Mastro Group
Bush Street
Ideabooks63
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Bush Street
“warm” — zoeupup
Sanctum Design
1 Review
Bush Pavilions
Ideabooks46
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Bush Pavilions
“SANDSTONE” — paulakoppe
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