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883 day of the dead Rustic Home Design Photos
Aitken and Associates
Wisteria on Atherton fort
Would you please provide details about the wisteria treehouse? I live in Sunset, SC and have a massive dead pine I need to remove. This appears to be a perfect solution!
Great idea for a dead tree
Decorating dead tree
tree fort using dead trunk
front yard-dead trees
Frederick + Frederick Architects
why is a dead animal corspe considered good design
omg sooo relaxing to have a soak alongside a dead hyena. at least its stuffed head is pointing the other way.
I wonder where I can get a dead hyena for my floor!!!? Super awesome!
Ugly, ugly, ugly. Whole story? Even if it was a road kill and found in the ditch, the dead body on the floor is tacky and gross. I can't see past the carcass to really see the bathroom...but it doesn't inspire.
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
that is a (hopefully fake?!) dead animal hanging from the bed. Just goes to show there are many types of people, with many tastes. Not all of them are ours! In this case, the home we designed was staged by the client (NW Classic Homes) and their interior designer.
Dead animal hanging from the bed
Ugh: dead animal. But love the bed.
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Strawberry Park Lodge
had a cat, it would be dead too
loose the dead animal, but I like the table and chair
loose the dead animal, but I like the
Design Works Architecture
timbered trophy room
NOOOOOO dead stuffed animals for us!!!!!
Fireplace, not the dead animals!
dead tree by upper drive!
Made from old dead tree
The textures, materials and a vintage Native American rug set the design tone. Throughout the house Chris Lohss of Lohss Construction used standing dead logs like the one used for the newel post, and reclaimed wood like you see on the stairwell walls. These wide planks used to be warehouse flooring."In
The textures, materials and a vintage Native American rug set the design tone. Throughout the house, Chris Lohss of Lohss Construction used standing dead logs like the one used for the newel post, and reclaimed wood like you see on the stairwell walls. These wide planks used to be warehouse flooring.“In
Where IS the ceiling? Can't see past all the dead animals staring at me! Horrid!
One day I will find my prince... scratch that... find my rugged, hot, testosterone building alpha male and I will love him so much that he will have a room all