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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Santa Barbara Modern Ranch
Ideabooks1,509
Questions5
rosemary also increases alertness, and it improves the performance of our long-term memory
rosemary also increases alertness, and it improves the performance of our long-term memory — just the scent we all need when we’re doing our taxes and trying
rosemary also increases alertness, and it improves the performance of our long-term memory — just the scent we all need when we’re doing our taxes and trying
“planters - herb garden?” — patsybolduc
Tupelo (Nyssa sylvatica)
Ideabooks588
Questions1
it's settled in. (It also means you should site it carefully for the long term.) Did I mention it’s native to the eastern half of North America? Tupelo
“Tupelo fall color.” — Heather Garrison
KUBE architecture
22 Reviews
N Street Residence
Ideabooks2,147
Questions2
standard, so look for those terms on the packaging and check to be sure the fabric is 100 percent that material. Some growers use the term "Egyptian cotton" loosely
Is­land cot­tons are the gold stan­dard, so look for those terms on the pack­ag­ing and check to be sure the fab­ric is 100
standard, so look for those terms on the packaging and check to be sure the fabric is 100 percent that material. Some growers use the term "Egyptian cotton" loosely
“wardrobe and mirror” — milanchris
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.
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BROWN DAVIS INTERIORS, INC.
8 Reviews
Mercer House
Ideabooks1,616
Questions4
Oeil-de-boeuf, also œil de bœuf, (French, "bull's eye") is a term applied to a relatively small oval window, typically for an upper storey”
type are commonly found in the grand architecture of Baroque France. The term is also so often applied to similar round windows that this must be considered
part of the usage. It is sometimes anglicized as an "ox-eye window". The term initially applied to horizontal oval windows”
Oeil-de-boeuf, also œil de bœuf, (French, "bull's eye") is a term applied to a relatively small oval window, typically for an upper storey
“round window” — eularay47
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Lake Travis Guesthouse
Ideabooks365
Questions0
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“yellow chair” — racheck
The Wiseman Group Interior Design, Inc
2 Reviews
Northern California Home
Ideabooks1,921
Questions4
with 2- or 2½-inch slats, but wood can warp, which lets in light. For long-term darkness, choose composite blinds, which look like wood and retain their
with 2- or 2½-inch slats, but wood can warp, which lets in light. For long-term darkness, choose composite blinds, which look like wood and retain their
“trim, neat” — kaasey
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
Ideabooks10,371
Questions5
fireplace mantel?By the way, just for the sake of clarity, let’s define some terms. Linen has been woven for more than 4,000 years in Egypt, so it’s one of
many fabrics, including chintz, toile and table damask. Yet the collective term “linens” is still used generically to describe a whole group of woven and
made from various materials. For the purposes of this ideabook, I use the term in that generic sense.
“Molding” — oklawkate
Walter Studio Interior Design
13 Reviews
Fairview Road NE
Ideabooks8,666
Questions13
an innate sense of what feels "cluttered," so the first step in coming to terms with your own clutter is determining what your clutter set point is. Some
In talking about antique electric lighting, we’ll be using the term “antique” loosely. Remember, practical electric lightbulbs weren’t invented
“love the floor, not sure what it is made of - marble? Could also be done with linoleum tiles. Like d” — susankim2
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