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302 wild boar run Home Design Photos
I like the wall tile. Could work well run vertically
Wild bathroom...Wild looking tub
Northern Virginia Basement Contractor
Home Services Unlimited, LLC has been in business for over 29 years. We are licensed, insured, bonded and an EPA Certified Renovator.
Aaron Gordon Construction, Inc.
Outdoor Deck and Garden
wow~wee! just plant & go wild! Looks soooo similar
Running planters...wild flowers!
John Maniscalco Architecture
Sugar Bowl Residence
grain pattern, I'd say that's cherry. The wide planks of the steps appear to be maple, although the knots make me think that it could be a pine and the wild color variation on the walls make me thing that they're hickory.
that can be helpful in many situations include mirrors, octagonal shapes, crystals (especially hung from the ceiling), fresh green plants and water (running water for energy, deep, still water for contemplation).
many situations include hanging mirrors, using octagonal shapes, crystals (especially hung from the ceiling), leafy green plants and water features (running water for energy or, deeper still, water for contemplation).
Doug Pitts Construction
2011 417 Idea Home
Gorgeous train track idea - consider running it or car track around cornices in bedroom
Train running along ceiling
wild west style
Scott Brinitzer Design Associates
Northern Arlington Residence
dog run with patio close by
Wild grass...Grass for dog run?
Domicile Interior Design
the desk where you want your cords to come out. Run the cords through the hole, securing the cords to the underside of the desk and the leg of the table with something like a white duct tape or a tie-wrap. You can then make a hole in your area rug to run the cords under the rug to an outlet .I did this
Don’t feel like you need to go wild right off the bat. Instead, build your confidence by starting small. It may be as simple as introducing a chair with silver elements into a space with
Billy Beson Company
This was used around the front half of a house in Colorado. The moat runs between the house and driveway, and a hidden wine cellar (photo also on Houzz, showing a waterfall running over the wine cellar door.....waterfall stops when you step on the stones, so you can enter). Let