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Lucy and Company
62 Reviews
Girl's Room
Ideabooks2,688
Questions7
Love the tree bookshelf. Is it available to purchase, or are there instructions available?
tree book shelf , rose pillow and lamp
Tree bookshelf, curtains, Lamont, chair and desk.
I think the bookcase tree idea is very nice because as I am a bookworm it would be great in my room, xxx
The tree bookcase was especially exciting for the daughter, and she also loves the special pencil set on her desk. The vintage chair was reupholstered in scraps from Keim's showroom for an eclectic, one-of-a-kind piece. The girls share a large study, a playroom and closets outside of the bedrooms, so
“Boom” — milalandman
Monica Ewing
Christmas tree advent calendar
Ideabooks1,576
Questions1
cute craft for Andrew and Julia
cute Advent tree craft
Modern Christmas tree
christmas tree ideas
awesome advent calendar/tree
it myself Advent Christmas tree
Monica Ewing from Crafty nest created craft stick advent calendar with “origami” boxes: Read the complete story here »
Christmas tree advent calendar
xmas tree...Advent Tree...cute numbers tree...Christmas crafts...cute craft!...Christmas craft...Kid's craft...Craft idea...R craft
“alt xmas tree” — Maria Hunt
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Wilderstein Holiday Tour
Ideabooks666
Questions0
Polar bears(moose) decorating tree. Bulbs scattered on floor
so creative and interesting. Puts a new spin on the xmas tree.
Love the tree on the table w/ the ornaments on the floor
Tree w/just lights! Love it!
I love the Christmas tree an the red balls under the table.
love the tree on the table!
Geoff Howell styled the salon, featuring a trio of tree-decorating polar bears.
The way a taller tree is used effectively on top of a table
Geoff Howell styled the salon, featuring a trio of tree-decorating polar bears.
“Bear Xmas” — pamullavey
Beverly Vosko Interiors and Remodeling
8 Reviews
How to decorate a Christmas Tree
Ideabooks93
Questions0
How to decorate a Christmas Tree
asked to post how to decorate a Christmas tree. So I am happy to do so. I love decorating my Christmas Tree and love decorating it in a traditional style with wire ribbon and the ornaments that I have collected over many years. The first thing I do is the tree lights and I always use lots of lights -
you use, and you can use as many or as few ornaments as you wish... enjoy putting them up. Our family tradition is to put on Christmas Music, drink champagne and have a Christmas tree decorating party! Which is probably why I love decorating my Christmas tree.
fashion down the front of the tree. I place the red ribbons either side of the tree tucking them under the gold bow, and zig zag the red ribbon in a similar fashion as I did the gold ribbon down the 2 sides of the tree. Make sure to tuck the ribbons in deep into the tree, before going in the opposite
“Ribbon” — aweiss0912
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks3,092
Questions3
Depends on what overhangs it...This garden is in full sun --- it hasn't any overhanging trees. With wind, some Eucalyptus leaves and light branchlets fall within the walls; otherwise, only the leaf litter from the maples are generated there
this is nice. love the tree
contorted trees to add that final layer of interest to your dry creek bed.
Create a realistic Dry Creek Bed Add a specimen tree. Create one or more focal points along your creek bed by adding a rare or colorful tree. If you are working with a large area, a trio of similar but not identical trees staggered
Weeping tree, maple, low profile peeking rocks.
Add a specimen tree. Create one or more focal points along your creek bed by adding a rare or colorful tree. If you are working with a large area, a trio of similar but not identical trees staggered along the bed can make quite an impact. Consider Japanese maples
“jap garden” — Jay Aung Htet
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
Ideabooks983
Questions1
Can you please tell me what trees are these. Assuming this is in Atherton, where and would these trees grow in the East Bay. Thanks!
These trees are Flowering Cherries, specifically Prunus serrulata "Beni Hoshi". Yes, they should be able to grow in the East Bay, depending upon site specific sun exposure and soil conditions being favorable.
Prunus serrulata Beni Hoshi cherry trees. Front garden?
keeping in mind that we have that beautiful plum tree half way up the walkway...
Can we achieve this look up by the plum tree
like the cherry tree and position of rocks
Love the trees!! These trees are Flowering Cherries, specifically Prunus serrulata "Beni Hoshi". Yes, they should be able to grow in the East Bay, depending upon site specific sun exposure and soil conditions being favorable.
“garden ston” — Nidhal Al Obaidi
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Highland Park Residence 3
Ideabooks438
Questions1
lumber, can serve as the perfect ornamental solution, particularly those with too much of a wet thing. a good tree to plant for a quick effect
Interesting tree... Zone ? Where to fond
Flood tolerant native trees for soggy soil
Bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum, USDA zones 5 to 10; find your zone) is the king of flood-tolerant trees and can be found growing directly in standing water throughout Southeastern swamps, from North Carolina to extreme southeast Florida. They're also drought
“good privacy wall. Drop needles?” — jbossert
Aesthetic Outburst
office
Ideabooks2,331
Questions2
Where did you get the bird tree?
get birds at crafts store. wire them onto branches
Make that bird tree thing. . .
like the bird sculpture I have leftover birds from grandmas craft stuff.
Ornithology (the study of birds): Crafted to display the homeowner's collection of vintage birds, this tree adds a lovely outburst of color against a white backdrop while also providing an up close and personal view of her favorite feathered friends.
while now, but you can find new birds at your local craft store. Be sure to have a hot glue gun on hand for this one.
Bring spring indoors with a lovely branch and bird centerpiece. Let your children choose brightly colored birds from a crafts store, and you can help wire the birds onto branches
“The turquoise color” — carolquella
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