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front landscaping, my teenage boys helped me to design and create this  front landscape thanks jon and marc!, Home Exterior
A little bit of Italy in the Sun Room, We call this space the Sunroom. With tall windows there is natural light flowing in all day long. I wanted to be able to sit and enjoy the view to the patio look at the birds bathing in the bird bath (making a nest on the pergola) and also to enjoy those rainy days while sipping a cup of tea by the fireplace. That is one of the reasons the windows are kept free from heavy drapery. Among other reasons is the fact that they would attract cat hair!  , Living Rooms
From Pink Nightmare to Neutral Dream in a Tiny Space, In order to appreciate the outcome of this bathroom I think it is important to see what was there originally.  My boyfriend did all of the work himself.  The bathroom is tiny approximately 5'x7'.   We were inspired by bathrooms that we had seen at various hotels., Bathrooms
Amy Grace's Whimsical Garden, I wanted to create a special room for my six-year-old. She wanted plain purple walls but when I showed her sketches of my ideas she agreed to the whimsical garden room.The room is full of stuff (more horses than the law allows.) I am working out a few minor details here and there. For the most part this room is done., Girls' Rooms
shabby chic, My space is a work in progress. The house is an early 1900's home that has recently been painted. I made the cushions out of a quilt I found at an antique show. I paid $10 for it. I used grapevine over the windows to make the porch another room of my house. The whole project cost me under $50. People drive by and take pictures now!, Porches