Christopher Scott Designs

(707) 334-9277

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Location:
Vallejo, CA US 
Contact:
Scott Powers 
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Vallejo, California,
United States, 94591 
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Great Garden Combo: Rose + Clematis for Small-Space Impact

We all need somebody to lean on. And when a rose supports a climbing vine, the results can totally transform a small garden Full Story
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Hampton Redesign
Gorgeous photos! I'm a rose lover so I can't resist falling in love with this combo. Thanks for sharing.
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flared0g
Great idea to combine the rose and clematis.. They look so pretty together
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Great Solutions for Low Kitchen Windowsills

Are high modern cabinets getting you down? One of these low-sill workarounds can help Full Story
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@razorrudy: I have this in my own kitchen. The sash fits just barely below the countertop - no stool or apron. I wanted to be able to see as clearly as possible out these windows, not having to raise them even enough to accommodate trim. I can't imagine what safety issue there would be - you're simply using your countertop essentially as the stool.
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quatorze
I would think having at least one low counter, to fit under a low window sill, would be an asset in coming years as the population ages and more people have issues dealing with normal to high counter tops, due to wheelchairs, etc.. If one cooks in large pots, as in making stock, a low counter can be a godsend.
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