Adrienne DeRosa


Services Provided
Photography of architecture and interiors, events
Interior design and consultation

Areas Served
From Midwest to the East Coast

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Photographer and Interior Designer
Location:
Boardman, OH US 
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Adrienne DeRosa 
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Address:
327 Indianola Road
Boardman, OH 44512 
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10 astuces pour prolonger l'été dans votre intérieur

Ou comment amorcer le passage de l'été vers l'hiver en utilisant certains meubles et objets d'extérieur à l'intérieur Full Story
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You Said It: Look for ‘Possibilities, Meaning and Identity’ and More

Design advice, inspiration and observations that struck a chord this week Full Story
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The autum-winter atmosphere captured in the 1st photo is incredible, I can really feel the damp chill and smell the woods. Awesome!
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Wow this is an interesting design I liked http://mojcctv.com/
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Dream Spaces: 10 Secluded Garden Nooks

Sometimes dreaminess is a single bench or a romantic table for 2 tucked amid greenery. See for yourself Full Story
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How to Create an Unforgettable Garden

Make an impression that will linger long after visitors have left by looking for the possibilities and meaning in your landscape Full Story
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romeoslover
I love these ideas. I need to consider replacing my lawns with something drought tolerant. California is in a serious drought.
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Eric Reinholdt, Architect
Jay - An inspiring, articulate piece. Identity, possibility and meaning are essential concepts. Thanks for writing this..
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Make This Fall’s Garden the Best Ever

Planning to plant in autumn? Learn the most important tip for preventing buyer’s remorse, plus get more valuable buying and planting advice Full Story
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52grace
Sometimes in order to get occupancy the landscape must be completed on new construction. They may not have had a choice. Hopefully watering is part of the installation cost.
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All Property Solutions
Very well written article with lots of helpful tips!
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Checklists for a Well-Stocked Home

Thank-you notes, first-aid kit, clear glass vases ... It’s easy to go with the flow when you’ve got the items you need at hand Full Story
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diyer59
Nix that well-stocked bar idea. If there are any children in the house, or people who are known to have a "problem" (alcoholics) a bar is a very bad idea. Also, have consideration for those you know who have cleaned up their lives and are now sober.

Personally, I prefer a little wine or beer on rare days. Never liked hard liquor. The few bottles I own are not on display.
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Diane G.
Although I am not 'these people,' I so enjoy visiting them!
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Great Design Plant: Snowberry Pleases Year-Round

Bright spring foliage, pretty summer flowers, white berries in winter ... Symphoricarpos albus is a sight to behold in every season Full Story
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Kate Bryant
Hi mrsobbs, that's a great question! I simplified for this article, as most readers are seeking cultural, not taxonomical, information but actually, there are two varieties: Symphoricarpos albus var. albus, (called the "Atlantic" type, native from the Hudson Bay to Alaska, south to California and east to North Carolina) and Symphoricarpos albus var. laevigatus (the "Pacific" variety, found from southern Alaska south to California, Montana and Colorado. Clearly, there is some geographic cross-over between the two. Apart from minor morphological differences, the most distinct difference in growth/habit I've seen described is a heavier fruit set in the west coast form. Back to your question: yes, it's possible that one form grows more vigorously in certain settings than the other, but I have not yet seen that described in the scientific literature. And, of course, just because a plant is not native, does not mean it will be invasive, of course. Many non-natives can barely be kept alive, and some natives are "invasive" -- here in the PNW, you must be careful bringing native Geum, Epilobium (fireweed), thimbleberry, and many other natives into cultivated gardens. In the case of snowberry, I mostly suspect moisture levels. More thoughts on this are most welcome!
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Trilliums Landscaping & Horticulture
Technically, native plants are "aggressive" not invasive, since they belong in the regions they are found in. An invasive plant is not native to the region, and lacks the predators & diseases that would keep it in check in its natural environment.
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Ferns: A Shade Gardener’s Best Friend

Bring rich texture and contrast to a dark woodland landscape with wonderfully diverse ferns Full Story
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Falon Land Studio LLC
Great article. I absolutely love ferns. Yes, the Ostrich ferns need to be thinned every few years if they spread too aggressively. I usually design fern gardens with mixes of native ferns, planted in clumps and drifts to create a tapestry of different textures.
August 21, 2014 at 3:52PM     
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Bur Oak Designs, Inc.
I agree with your design style. The garden is much more interesting when several species or cultivars are used.
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16 coiffeuses enchanteresses pour vous apprêter en beauté

Parfaites pour nous accompagner lors de notre mise en beauté quotidienne, les coiffeuses sont des meubles à la fois féminins et précieux Full Story
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Conseils de pro pour aménager votre terrasse

Voici quelques idées pratiques pour vous aidez à organiser l'espace de votre terrasse de façon à en profiter jusqu'au bout Full Story
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Adrienne DeRosa
Hi quienerez, thanks for your inquiry. After a short search I came across a close match from Rustica Hardware http://goo.gl/ZeZFf0. I could not find any information on this or other pieces to answer your question, although sending them a brief question would let you know for sure. I hope this helps!
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Moodboard: Daheim zwischen Strand, Dünen und Meer

Eine salzige Brise, der Wind zerrt im Haar: Der Spätsommer am Meer ist wunderbar – und inspiriert zu neutral-natürlichen Interiors Full Story
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christianbenckendorff
Tolle Sache, sich von einem Bild für die Einrichtung inspirieren zu lassen - jetzt werde ich auf der Suche nach Wohnideen gleich meine Urlaubsalben durchstöbern!
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Monika Fuhrmann
hach...eigentlich möchte ich jetzt am liebsten direkt an den Strand! Aber in meiner Wohnung bin ich mit solchen Dekorationen eher zurückhaltend. Im Bad habe ich aber am Badewannenrand ein paar Muscheln stehen.
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Alles im Rahmen! 10 Tipps zum Arrangieren Ihrer Bilder

Von der Galerieleiste bis zur Petersburger Hängung: Hier finden Sie Ideen für die optimale Präsentation Ihrer liebsten Kunstwerke Full Story
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Küchen wie in Bella Italia – so schmeckt mediterranes Wohnen

Die größte Leidenschaft der Italiener? Kochen! Was wir von ihnen über Kücheneinrichtung, Espressomaschinen und Dekoration lernen können Full Story
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My Houzz: Garage Sale Meets Glam in Ohio

With their 5 kids grown up and moved out, a Euclid couple finally gets to design all for themselves Full Story
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Isn't it fitting the last photo with the pretty homeowner has a huge smile on her face? Not only is her home fun I bet she's fun too!!! I love the shore of Lake Erie. I have to say that bathroom wallpaper is my favorite! I'll be going back and looking at each photo again. Lots of interesting things to see.
August 24, 2014 at 5:49AM     
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Same same but different: Das Geheimnis der Variation

Stilbruch? Schnee von gestern. Wie man mit subtiler Stilvariation frischen Wind in die Wohnung bringt Full Story
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7 bonnes résolutions pour préparer sereinement la rentrée

Après avoir bien profité de l'été, le mois de septembre et la rentrée sont synonymes de changements Full Story
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Gardening Solutions for Heavy Clay Soils

What’s a gardener to do with soil that’s easily compacted and has poor drainage? Find out here Full Story
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bigredkate
Thanks Chook that is pretty much what we have done and it has worked brilliantly, but as Benjamin says tilling the soil is bad, I want to learn how he plants without tilling.
August 20, 2014 at 1:53AM     
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speckhen,
I am attempting the lasagna method to amend my clay soil. Next year I will grow potatoes in towers to avoid the trench digging. :) I am going to grow green manure over the winter/spring (fenugreek). Not sure how that will work, but will attempt it anyway. :) I love experimenting and seeing what happens. And I don't mind the work!!!
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10 Top Plants to Grow Indoors

Brighten a room and clean the air with a houseplant that cascades artfully, stretches toward the ceiling or looks great on a wall Full Story
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Adrienne DeRosa
This post could not have come at a more perfect time. Thank you so much for the information! I now have a list!
August 14, 2014 at 8:45PM   
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Laurie
@ Curt D'Onofrio - Sprinkle Red Pepper in the beds. Use a good amount and they will stay away. You will have to reapply it often so get the restaurant size bottles. It won't hurt the cats or the bushes.
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Laurie
I moved from a house with big windows and lots of light to a 1966 Ranch with small windows and a lot less light (and space) and I have had a hard time with plants ever since. My living room faces west and the windows are shaded by the porch and large trees. I can hardly grow anything, unless I put in the kitchen (east side). I miss my old house (for a lot of reasons!). I have a few of the plants on this list but many won't do well in my dark home.
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7 Great Trees for Summer Shade and Fall Color

These landscape-pro faves straddle the seasons beautifully. Could one enhance your own yard? Full Story
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rmorelock
Pyrus calleryana is a terrible tree! This species has become a scourge on the landscape with an overly dense habit combined with extraordinary weak wood. If you like cleaning up branches or even whole trees that have snapped off after a summer storm, go ahead and plant them. Otherwise, there are PLENTY of other choices that will provide seasonal interest and shade where you want it that are far superior to this ill-conceived cultivar.
July 20, 2014 at 3:14PM   
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mls1953
Jennifer, my folks in Fresno County, have beautiful, but quite large Ginkos. Their fall color is incredible. I make sure I make a trip at the right time just to stand on their golden carpet. You might consider a chitalpa, a cross between a dessert willow and a katalpa. They bloom all summer long, but as they are sterile there is no pod drop. Crepe Myrtle love the heat and aridity and come in shade tree sized versions, Just not sure how fast they grow. Good luck.
July 24, 2014 at 11:55AM   
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Best Cutting-Garden Beauties for Late Summer

Pick blooms bursting with color or in classic white for bouquets to give away or keep all to yourself Full Story
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Debra Ryan
Do mexican sunflowers actually grow in Vermont? I live in Northfield. Where can I buy the seeds?
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kristinaabernathy
Love the delphinium!
August 14, 2014 at 6:23AM   
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Houzz Tour: Family Living in 980 Square Feet

In a place known for going big, a family of 4 opts for creative space savers and subtle luxuries instead Full Story
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The kids' room is fantastic! This home goes to show that great style can overcome the most apparent boundaries. What a solid home. Thank you for sharing, Mark Schatz and Anne Eamon!
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rupert2002
I thought it was the best small house that I have ever seen! First house was 3000 sq ft,
Now 2200 sq ft., I think I would prefer smaller next time around. But the key is efficiency! They custom designed and built and had the luxury of doing it themselves and getting a lot of materials free. The average person would spend a lot of money creating this. You don't find small homes with spacious and functional spaces already built. Loved it!
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stephfarahtoo
I moved from a 3250sf home with 5br and 4 full bathrooms to an 876sf home with 2br and 1 bath. I love my space.
I love the home highlighted and would love to build a modern home like that one.
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My Houzz: A Basketball Court, a Rooftop Kitchen and More in Manhattan

This 5-story tour de force by the stars of ‘9 by Design’ puts the focus on family, work and fun Full Story
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I am from Argentina, and translated the two Home by Novogratz seasons that were aired in Mexico via Fox Life (alas, Home by Novogratz was not aired in Argentina). It was a pleasure to translate all 26 episodes, mainly because they forced me to look for design-related vocabulary on the Internet, and that's how I bumped into Houzz!! Cortney and Bob Novogratz honed my taste for eclectic and for repurposed, and gave me the freedom to not attach myself to any rules, but to what is pleasurable to the eye. Thank you, Cortney and Robert, for teaching me so much, and thank you, Houzz, for this beautiful article!!!
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Styling: Eclectic Table Décor That Says More is More

Forget a pair of candles or a bunch of flowers — the most eye-catching table displays are high on drama and big on surprises Full Story
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You Said It: ‘Texas Has It Going On’ and More Houzz Quotables

Design advice, inspiration and observations that struck a chord this week Full Story
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Susan Vale
Oh Becky I do love your round ups. How had I missed these articles...THANKYOU
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Becky Harris
Thank you Susan!
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Review by Keller Williams Realty:

Adrienne is a perfectionist to the highest degree. She has the ability to see small details and highlight them…paired with uncommon creativity…you will be happy...
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Review by MCAI:

Adrienne, you did a great job photographing Lu-in's house. You are a pro - truly! Thanks for the lovely article.
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