4 daisies Midcentury Home Design Photos

Nanette Wong
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wooden steps. It took over a year and a lot of sweat and hard work to transform the landscaping. The couple planted Mexican feather grass, African daisies, pink breath of heaven, blue fescue, sword ferns and a mix of succulents in the shaded area and added mulch as a ground cover. Nick also installed
steps. It took more than a year and a lot of sweat and hard work to transform the landscaping. The couple planted Mexican feather grass, African daisies, pink breath of heaven, blue fescue, sword ferns and a mix of succulents in the shaded area, and added mulch as a ground cover. Nick also installed
“Steps rails” — Monica Chow
Spiering & Co Ltd
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Spiering & Co Old Boar's Hill Project 1
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splash of flowers on a lawn can add depth to a garden. This area of lawn, away from the main house but still visible, has been turned over to ox-eye daisies (Leucanthemum vulgare), which encourage bees and create a softer look to the formal lawned areas.
Kimball Starr Interior Design
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Dining room chandelier detail by Kimball Starr Interior Design
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Crystal chandelier with bronze arms hangs over the vintage teak dining table.
“Color for brm” — julielewissf
Kimball Starr Interior Design
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Mid-century modern dining room by Kimball Starr Interior Design
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Vintage expandable teak dining table with chairs. Circa 1950's from Scandinavia. Chartreuse velvet covers the dining chairs, violet walls, an antique crystal chandelier, and a contemporary white lacquer sideboard create a lively atmosphere for dinner parties.
“Color of wall with gold furniture.” — pmellrag
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