4,708 seed stitch Home Design Photos

Venegas and Company
13 Reviews
Stanford in Pewter
I can't tell if it's seeded or something else?
“chandelier” — erinzielinski
Loudon County's Premier Frame Maker
The P. H. Miller Studio was founded in 1983. The studio specializes in making hand carved and water gilded frames and home accessories in traditional and modern styles.
Molly Wood Garden Design
2 Reviews
fresh and clean
lounge chairs. Even a little bit of grass can go a long way toward providing a rest for the eye and some ease for your toes.Plant: Grass. It can be seeded, or sod can be laid in the fall, giving it time to root before winter sets in. Planting grass now will give it a head start, and by spring you'll
“Fence” — S Giobbe
Watermark Landscapes
7 Reviews
Littleton Renovation
difference between the top cap and soil level in the boxes and they ran a bit over the boxes but nothing that unruly. Hope that helps, time to start your seed planting.
“Shelter for raised beds” — whisperh
Smalls Landscaping
15 Reviews
Northwest Indiana Marshall Residence
, the Ginkgo is the oldest tree in recorded history and much beloved by Asians, who treasure the stinky fruit it drops because there is a delicious seed inside it. I completely agree with your advice not to take them all down at once. Too much of a shock.
“Plants around tree” — melanieteel
Southern Botanical, Inc.
2 Reviews
Timeless Elegance
Planting notes. Magnolias can be messy trees. They shed their big leaves and seeds, which can make a lawn look untidy. Magnolias can be susceptible to wood decay if soil or mulch is piled around the trunk. Keep the base of the trunk clear and avoid any injuries to the trunk. Pruning is not required.More:
“magnolias” — caitlinclary
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Main House
Like the verandah going round east north & west & screened, g&l seeded in portion in middle,.
“Oldie” — thmahachi
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Tiburon Hillside
Use wind as an opportunity. A windy site provides unique opportunities for selecting plants that look beautiful in the breeze. Tall grasses with airy seed heads and flowers on long stems are an elegant way to capture the presence and mood of the wind in the garden. Just imagine little wildflowers bobbing
“The mix of grasses and color. Care, muhlenbergia, pennisetum, miscanthus, stipa” — mommymeade
Town and Country Conservatories
A conservatory for plants and people
Coffee in the conservatory! I could grow there with the plants all day! Many seeds of ideas found here...
“Addition roof” — S Giobbe
Please offer Master Bedroom Re-do Ideas
I need help. I don't feel like I have a decorating bone in my body. :( This is the style of my bedroom furniture and I'm tired of it. Can you please offer...
Furniture buying remorse!! What can I do?
I recently painted this room and purchased new furniture. The room has 1970s paneling on the lower half of the room which I hate but can't remove without...
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