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accentuated the landscape as an image through the parallel planes of floor and ceiling. We can also see the roughly 2-foot-square grid on which he based the plan; every piece lines up with the grid.
accentuated the landscape as an image through the parallel planes of floor and ceiling. We can also see the roughly 2-foot-square grid on which he based the plan; every piece lines up with the grid.What we don't see are the screens Farnsworth had installed after she moved in. These and a wardrobe inside were
“"Indoor" veranda” — roylipski
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Miller's family farm make her doorway welcoming in an autumn country way. Her extended family grows corn and soybeans on 500 acres in Madison County. She plans to swap out the corn stalks for narrow lit Christmas trees this winter and hang a pine needle wreath. In addition, the windows will get wreaths, and
Miller's family farm make her doorway welcoming in an autumn country way. Her extended family grows corn and soybeans on 500 acres in Madison County.She plans to swap out the corn stalks for narrow lit Christmas trees this winter and hang a pine needle wreath. In addition, the windows will get wreaths, and
“Stalks, etc” — mmw1969
Stuart Sampley Architect
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Moontower Residence
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upstairs at the front of the house. Sampley keeps his projects cost-efficient partly by staying involved from start to finish. "Architects who make a plan and hand it off to the builder can get out of touch with how much things cost," he says. He makes sure his clients know how much things should cost
upstairs at the front of the house. Sampley keeps his projects cost-efficient partly by staying involved from start to finish. "Architects who make a plan and hand it off to the builder can get out of touch with how much things cost," he says. He makes sure his clients know how much things should cost
“Colour of grey” — Suzanne Muha
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Le Marche St. George
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permission to take a totally nonproductive time-out. When to-do lists are running through your mind at warp speed, it can feel irresponsible to drop your plans and veg out instead. But sometimes that's exactly what we need to do! Everyone deserves some real downtime — not writing-cards-while-watching-TV downtime
permission to take a totally nonproductive time-out. When to-do lists are running through your mind at warp speed, it can feel irresponsible to drop your plans and veg out instead. But sometimes that's exactly what we need to do! Everyone deserves some real downtime — not writing-cards-while-watching-TV downtime
“Cozy” — littlebunnies
Anita Diaz for Far Above Rubies
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tableware. Dig out the good china, polish silver and press linens. Make sure you have enough plates, glasses, flatware and serveware to suit the food you plan to offer, and buy some inexpensive extras if necessary. You can set the table or arrange the buffet a day or two in advance (sans champagne flutes and
“Colors and Arrangement” — designsbydona
Louise Lakier
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My Houzz: Tiny and Tinier; big space in a small house and smaller ADU.
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Tell us: Do you or have you ever lived with extended family? Do you plan to one day? Share your stories and tips in the Comments!Next: More Living Space — Making Room for Family
“anything about” — กื่ม จะเลีนสุก
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Budget Design
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small table are all you need to give you and your partner a place to reconnect at the end of the day. Whether simple or complicated, the time spent planning outdoor spaces pays off in countless ways. So who in the Houzz community has some pointers or ideas for maximizing outdoor spaces? Does anybody have
“deck railing” — rhstone
Dear Daisy Cottage
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Even in the dead of winter, planning for spring never hurt. After you have crossed off your top interior project, the great outdoors beckons. Add potting some lovely plants for your front
“Frame!” — ingle
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