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Living room - rustic living room idea in Other with beige walls and a standard fireplace

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Living room - rustic living room idea in Other with beige walls and a standard fireplace —  Houzz
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kinsmomma12 wrote:Mar 1, 2013
  • suzette1313
    The fireplace doors are from a company in Montana called Ironhaus you can see their work @ Ironhaus.com. Cliff is great to work with.
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    Thanks Suzette!
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  • moiralachance
    Any news on these sconces?
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              Marianne Lipanovich added this to How to Keep Your Gift Plants Happy After the HolidaysDec 11, 2017

              Poinsettia No flower defines the holiday season like the cheerful poinsettia (Euphorbia pulcherrima). It’s known for its bright red “leaves,” which are actually bracts — although, these days you can also find them in shades of white, cream and pink, as well as bicolor versions. It’s also long-lasting. Given the right care, it often will continue to bloom until the beginning of spring. If you’re willing to do a little more work, you can also get it to rebloom for several holiday seasons. During the holiday season. Ideally, put your plant in a location that gets six to eight hours of bright, direct sunlight. It also can handle darker spots for a few weeks. Keep it out of drafts and cold spots, and place it where it won’t touch cold window glass. Daytime temperatures should be between 65 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit (18.3 to 26.7 degrees Celsius).Water thoroughly when the soil is dry to an inch or so below the surface, then allow the container to drain completely. If you can, provide additional humidity; setting it on a pebble tray is ideal. Don’t fertilize while the plant is blooming.One rule of thumb for any plant you have: Remove the wrapping around the container, cheerful though it may be, or at least poke holes in the bottom to allow water to drain. An exception would be materials that are naturally porous, such as burlap.

              Anne Colby added this to Photo Flip: Good Dog! Cute Pooches at HomeJan 16, 2016

              It may be cold outside this rustic mountain home, but this dog has a nice warm spot by the hearth. Fireplace: Montana moss rock; fireplace doors: Ironhaus

              Le jardinet added this to Pacific Northwest Gardener's December ChecklistNov 12, 2012

              The art of armchair gardening. If this is your idea of gardening in December, then I'm right with you! There's nothing quite like sitting in your favorite armchair by a roaring fire and enjoying your garden through the window.

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