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Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island
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Likely pea gravel or possibly 5/8 minus crushed rock. Both easily available at your local bulk landscape supply store. Pea gravel is not great for walking on since it never compacts, but it also tends to inhibit weeds since it doesn't have the fines that fill in the pores.
If you like the experience, why not make one of your own in the backyard? Use river stones, either collected on walks or purchased from the garden store, and lay out a design — you can find many labyrinth designs with a quick online search. Once your labyrinth is in place, walk it very slowly while focusing
If you like the experience, why not make one of your own in the backyard? Use river stones, either collected on walks or purchased from the garden store, and lay out a design — you can find many labyrinth designs with a quick online search. Once your labyrinth is in place, walk it very slowly while focusing
“Spiral” — ragdamcafee
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Normandy House
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cabinetry is easy to wipe clean, and a butcher block countertop adds a rustic counterpoint. Open shelving houses serveware and dishes, and upper cabinetry stores food. Dining chairs: 1960s Italian leather and chrome; table: Mario Bellini for Cassina
lacquered cabinetry is easy to wipe clean, and a butcher block worktop adds a rustic counterpoint. Open shelving houses crockery, and wall cabinets store food. Dining chairs: 1960s Italian leather and chrome; table: Mario Bellini for Cassina
easy to wipe clean and a butcher’s block benchtop adds a rustic counterpoint. Open shelving houses serving ware and dishes, and the upper cabinetry stores food. Dining chairs: 1960s Italian leather and chrome; table: Mario Bellini for Cassina
“Awesome dining room table.” — deviboy88
Beau-Port Kitchens
In Frame Shaker Kitchen in Green Blue & Wimborne White
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Different drawer depths to store different items. Great idea!
slide out drawers for storing mixing bowls
Drawers in island to store plates
“Island drawers” — copticmom
Axis Mundi
3 Reviews
West Side Duplex
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I love this built-in-Is there a store where it is sold? I live in Orange county Ca.
Bed store
“Love this instead if night stands” — majopo
Sarah Greenman
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Flower Mound, TX: Greg and Holly Homer
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Galvanized tubs for storing kids' stuff
Metal shelves and buckets for storing toys
Galvanized tubs for storing kids toys.
“Cama” — sandyrr
Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
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that is at an antique store.
I think all these fabrics are probably Pierre Deux. Kravet continues to make some of them and you can find them on decoratorsbest.com. Be aware, however, they are pretty pricey per yard. You can find great french country fabrics through fabric store Calico Corners, and
Pierre Deux, the French Country stores are no longer existent in the US
“ceiling” — Laura Espensen
Valerie DeRoy Interiors, LLC
1 Review
Christmas showhouse 2009
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A piece like this is best found at your local rug store. It appears to be a rather larger(and gorgeous) antique and could be valued around $100K. I wish the pic showed more of the rug. good luck, this is my store: www.bradfordsruggallery.com
a breather from the day, a bench is the perfect piece of furniture for any foyer. Find a great-looking bench at your nearby flea market or antiques store, then paint it and reupholster it for maximum style.
“Walls” — Nadia Khan
CARNEMARK
6 Reviews
Whole-house remodel: Magical Transformation
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your local paint store and they can help you to match it
Hi, I am sorry but I do not have the color of paint. I recommend taking the photo to your local paint store and they should
We recommend bringing the photo into your local paint store and they can best advise you on the color - it would look great in Texas
“brick color” — kimandriole
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