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19. When Marie-France Cyr and her husband, Sandy Greene, first saw their Philadelphia home, it wasn't the sleek and stylish place it is today. But the light and the open design helped them see its potential. "It was worth living in for four months of renovation," Cyr says.
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Courtney Norris's and Anthony Chiodo's hearts aglow. "I will never forget the day I walked into this home," Norris says. "This is the first house I saw, and I was mesmerized by the windows and view of the backyard." The previous owner's daughter shared the wonderful history of the home with the couple
to tiny little houses," says Kathleen Murray of Ocean Gate, New Jersey. "Maybe because they remind me of cottages in storybooks or dollhouses. When I saw this cute little beach house, I knew my search was over. It's a work in progress and nothing that grand, but it's mine and I love it."
overlook the offerings at her local home improvement store for stylish lighting. She found these at Lowe's and they looked exactly the same as the ones she saw in a high-end design store. The amber-colored shades add more warmth to the room.
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benefit from pruning in spring. Concentrate on removing nonproductive older branches by pruning them off near the base of the shrub — loppers or a pruning saw work well for this type of pruning. As the temperatures warm, new growth will appear.Shown: New growth emerging from a severely pruned woody shrub.
My Houzz: From Train Depot to Family Home in Texas
the same route, stopping at the houses she had spied along the way on the train. None of them really bore close scrutiny, but in Granger, Texas, we saw that the train depot had been moved about a block from the tracks."
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planted gardens in spite of the inhospitable conditions, and inmates continued this work. The gardens provided a healing element on the island, which saw its share of human suffering. Inmates became very involved in maintaining the gardens, designing them, maintaining them, and even ordering bulbs.