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1. A live herb gardenWhen you’re in the (pardon the pun) heat of the moment cooking for friends and family, you don’t have time to run outside in the dark and pluck leaves from your
garden. This solves that issue. And if this was your kitchen, you’d have no excuses for not watering your favourite herbs, either. In this instance they’re positioned right above the kitchen sink.
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Craftsman Great Room
If you're interested in the rug you can get it at a great price here - ...
Thank you! They're pre-finished
We're thinking of building a simple white 2story farm house with a wrap around porch. We'll have mixed red brick as porch foundation. We're wondering about brick on fireplace and/or garage.
My Design Studio, Yasmine Goodwin
Estate Model Home, Brampton
Suggestions for the transitions bt the two floorings? We're going to do it ourselves. Looks great!
Could you please give me infos on the fireplace dimensions? We're going to use a fireplace like this to separate the kitchen and the living room but I'm afraid the dividing wall will not be big enough to fit it. Thanks
Did you re-cover the cornice yourself? If so, do you have any tips for someone hoping to do the same?
What is that dang blue? I do wish these companies had all the info. re: pics they put up. ALso, would this blue work in an 1880s room with wide pine flooring and a low, pine ceiling with pine beams, but with White Dove
Wood mantels like this are not typically attached directly to masonry. They're attached to the Chimney Breast - which is made of framing lumber and plaster and/or drywall - surrounding the masonry.
Garrett Churchill Inc.
Garden Pond Rydal, Pa
These birds are available all over the place here. They're herons. Try looking that up instead of egret. They're kinda like egrets on steroids. I live at latitude 54degrees north and they even live HERE.
Carolina Katz + Paula Nuñez
View of the interior patio
The indoor tree! We're not sure how this works out but it looks fun, especially with the ornate chandelier to offset it - very unusual & pretty!
alongside you. The Ficus Benjamina, or weeping fig, can be clipped into shape or left to spread out gracefully. Although these trees like light, they’re hardy enough to still thrive without all-day direct sunlight. Keep in mind that their root systems can be aggressive – house it within a pot positioned