36,894 spring Home Design Photos

Red River Remodelers, LLC
12 Reviews
Little girl's dream room
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wonderful Victorian hybrid love seat/chaise eases the tensions of a long day. All of these models owe much of their success and comfort to the coiled spring. Whether you need a seat in a bedroom, screened porch, dining nook, entry hall, living room, dressing room or even a bathroom, consider the variety
“Chair/chaise” — Lauren H
Enroot Landscape Planning and Design
2 Reviews
Viravska
Ideabooks66
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Care requirements: Water deeply every two to three weeks if you don’t have spring or summer rain. Lightly apply a low-nitrogen fertilizer around the root zone in late winter and early summer. Thin only if the fruit load threatens to break the branches. Pruning: Unlike most fruit trees, a quince tree
“St Francis” — hillbillycrib
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Blair+Donna: McKnight, Pennsylvania
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refinished, original front door takes guests through a menagerie of greenery and color in the perennial garden. Donna visits local nurseries every spring to develop her must-have list. “A quick and affordable way to start your garden is to visit the greenhouse at the end of the year for the best deals
“Colored Flowers nice touch for the facade” — Juan Rosales Balconi
Donald Pell - Gardens
11 Reviews
Chester County
Ideabooks413
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views and harmonizes with the greater landscape.It brings life to the winter landscape as well — this grass can stay standing until the early part of spring, when it's cut to the ground in anticipation of new growth.
“Grasses planted in masses create a dynamic experience. The drift of feather reed grass (Calamagrosti” — margielynnj
Shagreene
Chelsea Apartment
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it, Greene stored china, books — even his television. Greene snapped up the side chair with nailhead trim on a vintage shopping excursion in Palm Springs, California. (“My parents now live there, so I’m always visiting,” he says.) Greene had it reupholstered in Moore & Giles leather. A turquoise
“breakfront” — Susan
AHBL
Rooftop Terrace
Ideabooks3,754
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outdoor furnishings these days, there's no reason your outdoor space can't be as comfortable as your living room. We'll be digging deeper into this as spring approaches.
“Intermediate Major” — lanaanderson
lakeshorecottage
Lakeshore Cottage Living
Ideabooks1,640
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A collection of straw bonnets perched on this rack feels sprightly and spring-fresh enough for Derby day and beyond.
“entry” — cathyyounger
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
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Bring a bit of cheer to your morning routine with a small vase of spring branches. They can be quite expensive at the florist, but you may be able to find a flowering tree around your own house — or from a neighbor who doesn't
“Free Standing” — stephaniebeard
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