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“the colour” — lamoussa
Monmouth County Premier Interior Design & Furniture Firm
Space Interiors has been providing furnishing solutions and design services througout New Jersey, Brooklyn and Manhattan, NY for over 15 years.
Gardening with Confidence®
1 Review
Do winter cleanup. Wildlife welcomes cover, particularly in the winter. Leaving woody perennials, such as Arkansas blue star (Amsonia hubrichtii), asters and Knock Out roses, to name a few, up throughout the winter is very helpful for our outdoor friends. Lots of life gathers under the spent foliage
“Amsonia” — stevenmbiz
Laura Sampson
Laura Sampson
(ROI)?Absolutely! Current stats show residential green updates on average have a ROI of $8 for every $1 invested. For commercial properties, Energy Star properties are selling on average of $61 per sq ft more than peers and LEED buildings for $171 more per sq ft.A return can be more than just monetary
“spacing on sides” — mastone37
INTERSTICE Architects Inc.
I love that the twigs here are the stars of the photograph.
“Shape” — heih
Murdock Solon Architects
3 Reviews
Lakewood Residence
ribbon is part of a complex composition, such that it is not the overriding expression; neither is it as deep as previous examples. Here the ribbon stars behind the willow tree as a wall, then turns to roof, back to wall, and ends as a low roof. A close-up ...
“willow tree” — llewsac
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
The Osbornes found this old metal desk at Stars Antique Mall. The mirror resting on an art easel from Aaron Brothers is another family hand-me-down, once belonging to Erin's grandmother. The gumball machine is a nostalgic nod to one that Erin had when she was young, with a shattered glass globe. Erin
“metal desk” — boomboom42
Abueg Morris Architect
Monterey Street Bath
The modern tub is the quiet star of the room and is central to the client's bathing ritual. "There's a shower in one of the other rooms in the house for guests to use, but she only takes baths," says Abueg. True to the Shaker philosophy of the entire space, the bath caddy spreads itself across the tub's
“Tub” — vivyf
Suzan Fellman LLC
Hope Ranch Malibu
in the light and warms the entry on cold days," Fellman says. "It's magical — you look up and see hawks flying overhead, jets headed for LAX and the stars at night."To balance the budget, she picked up inexpensive paper lanterns in Chinatown and had them electrified. "These were less than $10 each and
“love this glass ceiling” — Amy Ihrig
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