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My Houzz: 2 Tools + 1 Resourceful Guy = Lots of Great ‘New’ Furniture

With scrap wood and a hands-on attitude, a San Francisco renter on a tight budget furnishes his bedroom and more Full Story
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stevedenver
I really like seeing how innovation and prioritization works in this small space. Houzz can often feel like the domain of those who have unlimited resources. I prefer Hoff's unlimited vision.
April 9, 2014 at 1:19am     
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farnaz_mhb
Fantastic,so beautifull
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8 Dreamy Ways With Outdoor Chaises

Dipped into pools or draped onto decks, these luxurious loungers are like vacation destinations right at home Full Story
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benj1boy
Top deck
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All of these outdoor spaces look amazing! A beautiful way to connect any indoor environment to the outdoors is with an operable glass wall that creates a seamless transition between both spaces. Take a look at our folding and single-track sliding glass wall systems by visiting our houzz page and our website: http://www.nanawall.com/!

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If You Have Room for Only One Summer Crop ...

Get an edible that’s long on flavor even if you’re short on space, with a long-time gardener’s favorite picks Full Story
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Erika Bierman Photography
Love growing tomatoes!
April 11, 2014 at 3:51am     
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irudnus
Heirloom beans. Yum.
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7 Great Container Plants for Early-Spring Appeal

Good things sometimes come to those who impatiently head to the nursery for plants that can take a chill Full Story
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dataw1127
Can you be more specific on the "hanging raspberry"? Do you have the botanical name? It is quite lovely in your picture.
April 6, 2014 at 5:58am     
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kellynoreen
My tulips and pansies did great this year.
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Elements of Modernist Landscapes, Classic and New

Can a garden be modernist without the lawn and glass-walled views from indoors? See which midcentury principles still work for today Full Story
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onthecoast1
@bigredkate I live in coastal Alabama and our kids play in direct sun all the time. When my 3 kids were small, they would tan beautifully without sunscreen, but they were in and out of the sun all day, so not getting too much sun at any given time. When we went to the beach though, where the rays reflect off the sand, they would burn in 20 minutes without sunscreen. I used a waterproof SPF 50, but it still has to be reapplied every 2-3 hours if there is no shade at all. Those of us with kids generally leave a sunscreen for faces in our automobiles, just in case. Most of our local parks have unshaded play areas. The sun is not the devil -- we need it in moderation for vitamin D and energy.
April 1, 2014 at 12:19pm   
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bigredkate
The sun is not the devil, but even if you tan without burning you are doing damage. I spent my childhood in the sun and didn't know what sunburn was. Nevertheless I am now a patchwork quilt after regular surgeries to remove skin cancers. It takes years for the damage to become apparent. I know my dermatologist and my plastic surgeon much better than I would prefer.

We need sunlight, but prior to 10am, and after 3pm. Australian schools have a strict 'no hat, no play' rule as our outdoor lifestyle and generally Anglo Celtic heritage is literally a lethal combination.
April 2, 2014 at 12:11am     
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Room of the Day: This Mudroom Is Just Plain Hot

Wait till you see what’s behind the hooks and bins in this genius family drop zone Full Story
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tumpals
Genius. Great job!
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blackmurphy
I love it
we are in the process of designing ours
nothing has come closer to meeting our needs than your designs

thanks so much

the beginning of our new home.....
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12 Deadly Decorating Sins

Are your room designs suffering from a few old habits? It may be time to change your ways Full Story
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kroze
: ) ....... You make an excellent point, Lynne!

It is good that you had the vision to look b-e-y-o-n-d that dining room when you were house hunting. Not many people could do that!

Doesn't it make you wonder what the previous owner was smoking? : )
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lessismoore
Kroze: I think I know, Potpourri rolled in a Monet waterlily print.
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Grow a Kitchen Garden in 16 Square Feet

Got a sunny 4-by-4 space? You can make meals more interesting with your own vegetables and herbs Full Story
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diannthusdesigns
you can put the seeds down in early spring, or young plants after the last freeze
April 2, 2014 at 4:04pm   
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hck72
Marigolds aren't just there to brighten the patch up they are essential if you are looking to try and limit the use of chemical sprays to deter unwanted pests. Marigolds attract beneficial mini beasts (hover flies, lady birds etc) who then in turn eat the aphids etc There are other beneficial flowers that do the same job if you aren't so keen on vibrant orange. Chamomile, daisy, flowering onion garlic, sunflowers amongst others do the job too. Leave nettles growing wild if you can as this is where ladybirds live. Have fun and hope this helps!
Hannah Keegan Garden Design (UK)
April 2, 2014 at 11:10pm     
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