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onyco wrote:Jun 20, 2014
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    i am looking at this same lounge chair for the firepit area, would you mind telling me if you think this is comfortable?

  • kjuran

    Hello, perhaps I can help. I bought this line from RH a few years ago and absolutely love it. They keep telling me its discontinued but it still appears on their website. I would wait for one of the many sales on this furniture. Good luck

janegiagni wrote:Jun 22, 2014
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    Hooks and Lattice
    What a beautiful wall planter! Not ours, but we can do it in our commercial planters department called Planters Unlimited.
inthetropics1 wrote:Apr 6, 2014
  • flowersong
    I found it on Horchow, although the blue looks a little deeper there. Lots of pretty rugs that are blue with white geometric designs though on

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Lauren Dunec Design added this to Renting? Don’t Let Your Balcony or Porch Go to WasteFeb 28, 2017

6. Roll out an outdoor rug. Outdoor rugs pack the biggest style punch for a deck or terrace with the least effort. Choose a bright patterned style to set the stage for your garden or opt for a more understated design. Either way, an outdoor rug can help cover neglected decking and make a terrace feel like an extension of the home.

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Mitchell Parker added this to 16 Ways to Get More From Your Small BackyardMay 30, 2014

3. Extend an indoor space. Architect Carson Arthur likes to ask his clients which indoor room they feel is too small, then establish more of that space in the backyard. “Is your kitchen too small? Do you need a bigger family room? Why not do that outside?” he says. “With the development of outdoor technology, anything inside can now be done outside.”Here an outdoor rug helps establish an extra living space on a small deck in Detroit. 4. Complement your interiors. Use the same colors and style that you’ve already established inside your home for your backyard to make it feel more like its own living room. “Stylistically, you want to pick up on colors and textures that tie the two spaces together,” says Amber Freda, a landscape architect in New York. “Make it more than just a couple of chairs and a dining table. A plain dining table with wooden chairs won’t entice you to use it very much, but really comfortable lounge seating will.”

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Krystine Ma added this to krystine_ma's IdeasJul 9, 2019

Modern, clean plant wall with bench

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Natalia Nikołajczuk added this to taras, sypialnie i in.Jun 15, 2019

Jak się można ładnie odgrodzić od sąsiadów.

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