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Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
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Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
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area I have seen. We are trying to finalize some plans, and I am wondering about the dimensions and celling height used in this room. Also are there more
of triple window about 86". chair on left facing opposite in L shape is 41 wide New chair would go opposite sofa. Only have about 40" X 40" to work
“Outdoor” — 3girls13
About:Space, LLC
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Beach Villa
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“lighting” — Egeneonu Jane Nnabuchi
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Entertaining al fresco
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The Monastery
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the panel can lift vertically. If it isn’t you’ll need to think carefully about your ceiling space, especially when designing the lighting plan.
the panel can lift vertically. If it isn’t you’ll need to think carefully about your ceiling space, especially when designing the lighting plan.
park a car anywhere near them.” — Eric ReinholdtWe design writers go on about bringing the outdoors in, but interiors and exteriors don’t get a stronger
“the space opens up well to the outdoors” — Alex Henderson
Chicago Green Design Inc.
15 Reviews
Chicago Green Design
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a concrete molded poured cast and weighs in at about 70 to 80 lbs a tile (2x2). So that comes to about 20lbs a quare ft. Make sure your roof can support
pedestal system and have a little weight to them. Each piece weighs in at about 80 Lbs. But that transfers to 20 lbs per square ft. which is not that bad
china and crystal. And while you might have to worry about mosquitoes, you won’t have to worry about getting wine stains on your crisp white tablecloth or
china and crystal. And while you might have to worry about mosquitoes, you won’t have to worry about getting wine stains on your crisp white tablecloth or
Everything about this rooftop shouts summer. From the lounge chairs that face breathtaking
“Chartreuse planters & cabinets” — mpostier
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
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Orchard
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I am wondering about the one on the right with fruit in particular.
How to plant: For bare-root plants, dig a planting hole that is about the same depth as the roots and twice as wide. Create a cone in the middle
hole as deep as the root ball and twice as wide, then create a small shelf about an inch or two deep on the bottom of the hole. Scruff up the sides, then
sure to check with your local county extension office or trusted nursery about when to spray your fruit trees to keep them healthy.
be loose.How to plant: For bare-root plants, dig a planting hole that is about the same depth as the roots and twice as wide. Create a cone in the middle
hole as deep as the root ball and twice as wide, then create a small shelf about an inch or two deep on the bottom of the hole. Scruff up the sides, then
“Persimmon tree” — gberger1
Platform
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Neva Place, Highland Park
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Lowing says. “It will do what it wants at times.” A wood fence should last about 20 to 25 years, depending on wood type and maintenance,
color or shade, and stains usually last about five years. An unprotected fence will turn silver or gray in about a year. Painting is also an option, but
Lowing says. “It will do what it wants at times.” A wood fence should last about 20 to 25 years, depending on wood type and maintenance, but there’s always
“concrete pads” — Nancy Greene
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Backyard Bath House
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placing an old claw-foot tub — which can often be sourced for about $100 — in a secluded corner of your backyard. If you’re placing the tub near
complete with a vintage claw-foot tub. He did it in about a week and a half for $750. Learn more about this project
Consider placing an old claw-foot tub — which can often be sourced for about $100 — in a secluded corner of your backyard. If you’re placing the tub near
“exclude bath tub, throw in seating area” — mackplichta
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