Judy


Location
Flagler Beach, FL  
About me:
Originally from Chicago, living in FL for 7 years now w my sig.other and little dog. I enjoy the outdoors, gardening, fishing, admiring nature. My favorite color is blue. 
My favorite style:
Rustic, beachy, French Country, Transitional - textures are fun 
My next house project:
Moving to the beach, building a home on an intercoastal inlet. My project is the WHOLE thing! 
Judy commented on an ideabook

My Houzz: Garage Sale Meets Glam in Ohio

With their 5 kids grown up and moved out, a Euclid couple finally gets to design all for themselves Full Story
     Comment   August 24, 2014
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Judy
Love the free spirit style - you go girl!
August 24, 2014 at 5:00AM   
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Baryamureeba Robert-Darlington
soooo beautiful can I visit some day?
last Thursday at 11:44PM   
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PRO
Veal Design Associates
Props to the photographer- a beautiful job capturing the spirit of the home without sensory overload!
last Saturday at 12:40PM   
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ilhamullah yusuf
when the room is feel like clean and comfort, black door will make it more homey
last Monday at 9:30PM     
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Claudette Maguire
Tammy, I think it really depends on the other metals that are in your room, if any. Polished nickel would look beautiful or even a brushed nickel or chrome. Polished Brass is always beautiful on a black door but right now it's just not as popular. It's still the most traditional metal though.
last Tuesday at 10:31AM     
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Judy commented on an ideabook

Top 12 Summer-Blooming Perennials for Deer-Resistant Drama

Can you have garden color, fragrance and exciting foliage with hungry deer afoot? These beauties say yes Full Story
     Comment   August 10, 2014
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Judy
And then there's the question of whether I should put out deer corn or apples to keep them satisfied. Or does that attract them more?
August 10, 2014 at 5:23AM   
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eclecticedwardian
A four foot fence does nothing to keep out deer--it has to be _at least_ 8 ft.; I've seen them hop 6 ft., just standing next to it, no running start. You could completely plant the fence line in addition with shrubs and trees--they won't jump if they can't see where to land, and width is more an obstacle than height. I have sadly concluded that I have to fence my whole property, as nothing else is really working. As to dogs, a deer killed one in a (low-fenced) yard here--they will kick if they feel threatened. I have a Corgi, and the deer will walk right up to us on walks, especially the young ones--they are curious. I don't let them get too close. I have lived very rural, and those deer (regularly hunted) were skittish; these suburban deer are not afraid.
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agneschiper
i agree with the fence height and they can easily be constructed with plastic netting rolls tied with zip pulls attached to angle irons in the ground. best to run a wire slipped in-and-out along the top of the plastic fencing to prevent sagging. as to fencing in your whole property: in our town we are limited as to how much of our property we are allowed to fence in. if you don't want critters digging under the fence you can skirt some chicken wire fencing along the bottom. start it along the bottom of the fence and skirt it out for a foot or more. best to bury it a bit then cover it up. any creatures that like to dig under will not be able to dig thru the wire fencing.
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Reviews by Judy (2)

Review for BAXTER TECHNOLOGIES:

Mason Baxter of Baxter Technologies installed everything necessary for us to enjoy a no-visible-wire TV complete with surround sound. All the 'boxes' and their...
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Review for Bellagio Custom Homes LLC:

We just moved into our new home on Monday, June 25th and couldn't be more pleased. Through every process whether it was bringing us up in a cherry picker so we...
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