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Tupelo (Nyssa sylvatica)
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it's settled in. (It also means you should site it carefully for the long term.) Did I mention it’s native to the eastern half of North America? Tupelo
“black gum (tupelo)” — lyncunningham
Walter Studio Interior Design
19 Reviews
Fairview Road NE
Ideabooks9,175
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an innate sense of what feels "cluttered," so the first step in coming to terms with your own clutter is determining what your clutter set point is. Some
an innate sense of what feels "cluttered," so the first step in coming to terms with your own clutter is determining what your clutter set point is. Some
In talking about antique electric lighting, we’ll be using the term “antique” loosely. Remember, practical electric lightbulbs weren’t invented
an innate sense of what feels ‘cluttered’, so the first step in coming to terms with your own clutter is determining what your clutter set point is. Some
“Пол” — disbosch
BROWN DAVIS INTERIORS, INC.
8 Reviews
Mercer House
Ideabooks1,787
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Oeil-de-boeuf, also œil de bœuf, (French, "bull's eye") is a term applied to a relatively small oval window, typically for an upper storey”
type are commonly found in the grand architecture of Baroque France. The term is also so often applied to similar round windows that this must be considered
part of the usage. It is sometimes anglicized as an "ox-eye window". The term initially applied to horizontal oval windows”
“windows with bookcase” — rennie2013
Sroka Design, Inc.
3 Reviews
Study Office
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Sustainability: Harvesting methods in other countries are wildly erratic in terms of environmental friendliness. While Cuban mahogany is still growing — there
in most hardwood lumberyards. African mahogany is the most plentiful in terms of supply, due to its natural abundance. But harvesting practices can still
“Wall paper inside the wood” — danielgendron
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Colorful eclectic style in a traditional New Orleans home
Ideabooks3,144
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)Snuggler (U.K.)Some terms are just charmingly, smashingly British to me, and this is one. While I don’t ever foresee many U.K. or Aussie terms being adopted
“Store room door” — selvaraj224
Ventana Construction LLC
13 Reviews
Lake Washington whole house remodel
Ideabooks5,982
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Be sure you understand the terms of the contract. Once you've chosen a pro, go over the contract in detail to be sure you won't encounter any surprises
start-to-finish timetable, a materials list with price breakdowns, payment terms, change order specifications, blueprints or detailed sketches and provisions
“Red” — redcurlsue
Period Homes, Inc.
2009 Southern Accents Showhome
Ideabooks5,843
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The terms "divan" and "daybed" are often used interchangeably, but "daybed" is the more common term. And sometimes the way you use
“wall with two pics per section” — djgjew2
www.KarlGercens.com
Formal Garden Design
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Verdant lane. Known as an allée in formal garden design terms, a grassy path lined with boxwood hedges and trees makes an enchanting addition to an expansive
planting, but for hedges and screens its doubly essential as they are long-term features and often require a reasonable investment in money and time. The
“Lower level” — johninrc
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