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Results found for "herbs"

  • Small mudroom With High Ceiling, This is my mudroom at the back door which then opens into the kitchen., Porches Design

    Small mudroom With ...

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  • Thyme for Fresh Herbs, I love this "thyme" of year ~ I can just step out my back door and snip away......:), Gardens Design

    Thyme for Fresh Herbs

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  • distressed european french mural/artwork cabinet whimsical  kitchen, In my circa 1923 home the kitchen had been remodeled before I bought it.( I posted before photos at the end)  The cabinets and design felt to modern for the house and was not the feeling I was going for in the house.  I want people to come in and feel like they are somewhere else than just a decorated house. So, rather than tear the cabinets out and start over I decided to use them and paint distress and make them just fun! 233 hours later.... I smile when I walk into my pink kitchen.  I don't think you expect to see a serious stove in such a whimsical space but, it works for me.  I used the same colors but much more intense in the laundry and bath room adjoining.  check it out.  It's not for everyone but it is for me... As a decorative artist most of my jobs are so serious I just need my space playful...  I hope some of you enjoy it  smile, Kitchens Design

    distressed european fr...

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  • a linear garden to my kayak deck, I'm gearing up for a future renovation, which for me means stockpiling materials when I find a great deal. Living with the piles in the meantime can be a challenge. My response was to create a linear garden from my kitchen door around the cinder block stacks, past the cast stone column elements, around the storage container (try hiding one of those!) ending up at my kayak storage. I'm all about reuse and repurposing, so there's rarely anything newly purchased. It's all craigslist and found objects. Fun to take elements you have and make something of them, like cooking something wonderful from leftovers. Now if I could only find a like minded lady..., Gardens Design

    a linear garden to my ...

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  • Home Home On the Range..., Small home on acreage that needs some work to keep it nice. We love this place. It's our little piece of Heaven on earth. I've just added more pic's, of our "Home," on here so ENJOY and...   ♥HAPPY TRAILS♥

It's been so nice seeing all of the great feedback! Please feel free to make comments., Home Exterior Design

    Home Home On the Ran...

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  • Tropical Treasure, I actually transformed this space for a couple of dear friends of mine. It was the gift of my labor and talent to them for their generosity.They let me stay in their home while i was in between my own spaces. , Gardens Design

    Tropical Treasure

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  • Organic Veggie Boxes, Everything was started from seed in March 2010.  In zone 5a.  I planted all the seedlings in the boxes in May.   Most of my seeds are from veseys and they are certified organic/heirloom.  I've organized  the boxes into squares using twine in order to jot down what each box had.  The greens - kale, collards, swiss chard were all from seed.  All the beds have nasturtium planted from seed in order to keep all critters from eating the plants.  It worked really well last year.  I planted marigold seeds but have yet to see them come up.  It's been exceptionally warm - very little rain and everything is germinating quite fast., Gardens Design

    Organic Veggie Boxes

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  • HERBS IN DECEMBER, I am making beef stew and needed parsley. I went out to the garden and pushed away the snow. There it was perfect parsley, kale was perfect too.  Come and visit my website/forum. All about gardening & nature. www.larksperennials.com, Gardens Design

    HERBS IN DECEMB...

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  • Painted Pots , I wanted some planters and pots to coordinate with a table I painted and some new outdoor cushions, but could not find anything I liked, so... DIY!

, Other Spaces Design

    Painted Pots

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  • private retreat, When we bought our house there were 2 apple trees  several overgrown silver maples a muddy mess behind the garage and the grass was knee-high!  We have worked hard to turn our yard into our favorite place to be.  We love to garden but don't like the garden to look utilitarian so we mix it in with the landscaping for a more relaxed look., Yards Design

    private retreat

    5 photos, 1,523 Views, Flag

  • From Grass to Garden--in less than a week!, Our first project when returning to Vermont for the summer was putting in new gardens.  We added perennial and herb gardens to each side of our front entry and also put a small vegetable garden behind the garage!  All accomplished in less than a week--no wonder we are tired!!, Yards Design

    From Grass to Garden-...

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  • Herbs and Patio, This is part of the patio below the deck. , Patios & Decks Design

    Herbs and Patio

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  • open and inviting, backyard for entertaining, Yards Design

    open and inviting

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  • Everything is blooming!!!!!, Our season is 2 weeks behind and it's taken quite a while to see everything bloom.  My veggies are also very late given the cold weather we've had.  Here are my rescues.  They've popped and suprised me with new colours!  I'm on a tight budget so most of my flowers come from garden centers (about 80%).  I get the free rescues that look like they are gone.  If they are a perennial, you can save them.  Everything I do has to be economical!  I get my compost from our local compost center for $5 a car load - the equivalent of 25 bags of compost bought at the store.  I line the trunk with a plastic tarp, shovel it in and then use a wheel barrel when I get home.  I only use organic practices in the garden.  "Natural pest control is less expensive than buying and applying pesticides, and it's safer for your garden, your family, the natural wildlife and the environment.  Each year North American homes use approximately 136 million pounds of pesticides on lawns and gardens, and in the home. In fact, homeowners use about three times the amount of pesticides as farmers. Most wildlife pest poisonings, and most surface water contamination from pesticides, come from single-family homes."  eartheasy site, Gardens Design

    Everything is bloomin...

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  • Gourmet Club Kitchen, galley style kitchen in need of expansion into my breakfast room, Kitchens Design

    Gourmet Club Kitchen

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  • Front Walk Garden, When we moved in a year ago there was just lawn everywhere. No walkway was provided to get to the front steps. The front siding was rotted and we needed some color from flowers to invite wildlife. My husband and I did all our improvements on a tiny budget, trading items with others and purchasing off of craigslist to make a lot of this happen. Now we have a cottage front porch (still finishing that project) with a wildflower filled walk garden, and a peagravel and brick walkway from the driveway! , Gardens Design

    Front Walk Garden

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  •  Better Vegg's for the Soul, , Gardens Design

    Better Vegg's for the...

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  • URBAN HOPE , This small inner City Garden,  measuring 20' x 22'. Brings inspiration and life to the sea of concrete., Gardens Design

    URBAN HOPE

    19 photos, 1,121 Views, Flag

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