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Results found for "hydrangea"

  • Decorating for Christmas, Other Spaces Design

    Decorating for Christ...

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  • Vintage French Guest Bathroom - Brown White, Vintage French themed guest bathroom. Taupe brown walls, white hydrangea flowers, brass brown accents. Birdcage, candleholder, Bathrooms Design

    Vintage French Guest ...

    7 photos, 443 Views, Flag

  • Easter Table, A modern and natural easter table with neutral china and nest place card holders, Holidays Design

    Easter Table

    5 photos, 172 Views, Flag

  • Ponds Galour , Outside space is fun, charming and the water feature was talk of the neighborhood. , Gardens Design

    Ponds Galour

    4 photos, 160 Views, Flag

  • Front Yard, Our house was painted green we decided to use the brown and just also put a fresh coat of the off white trim paint., Yards Design

    Front Yard

    45 photos, 1,087 Views, Flag

  • Rate My Holiday Space Newbie...Please rate and comment!, First year effort on a formal living room holiday decor...  Color scheme is bronze, cream, white and gold.  Thematic elements are natural (pheasant feathers, dried flowers, birds) and music (piano in room and Beatles lyric sign).
Please offer suggestions on how to improve for next year!, Holidays Design

    Rate My Holiday Spac...

    8 photos, 228 Views, Flag

  • Guzman Garden 2010 Project, The transformation of the Guzman garden from a boring liner garden space to more of a curve planting area.... I did it myself, yet some of the edging got bent....., Gardens Design

    Guzman Garden 2010 Pr...

    10 photos, 236 Views, Flag

  • Breakfast Nook, Here is my new kitchen table!  I made the centerpiece out of hydrangea to add texture to a sleek finish tabletop.  Also, picked a neutral chair fabric in a lighter shade to offset the java finish.  Waiting to find the perfect painting to add!, Dining Rooms Design

    Breakfast Nook

    2 photos, 71 Views, Flag

  • BEFORE & AFTER THE MISSION , Home Exterior Design

    BEFORE & AFTER TH...

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  • Floating deck with Bug Free Zone, This is my first big solo project.  Built this floating deck and placed all the patio blocks myself to make nice flooring for the existing gazebo in my yard.  I think I did a pretty good job for a 52 year old woman wielding power tools.  No blood was shed during this project, and I only got a couple of slivers.  I am really enjoying this sturdy, mud free space., Patios & Decks Design

    Floating deck with Bu...

    17 photos, 513 Views, Flag

  • fences don't necessarily make good neighbors, I had to add a fence for my dogs but it left my new yard looking like a Fort.
Help...my new neighbor hates me., Gardens Design

    fences don't necessari...

    14 photos, 195 Views, Flag

  • Advice for Room, This is a stock photo of the bedding set I am going to use in my daughters room.  She will be turning eight soon and I am going to redecorate her room.  She has a fairly small bedroom, 12 x 10 with one north facing window on the 10' wall, so there isnt alot of space to work with. I have a metal headboard in the same color as the one shown in the photo. I like cream for the walls with a very, very light blue for the ceiling. She prefers all blue walls. I definitely want this room to grow with her, and dont want to repaint anytime soon.  Any suggestions would be great!, Girls' Rooms Design

    Advice for Room

    1 photo, 953 Views, Flag

  • Flower Garden - a work in progress, I have a large privacy fence that needed a focal point.  I created an area of mulch and planted some flowers. Each year, I keep adding things to the area. Right now, I took an old mirror from my storage room, placed in front of my beautiful hydrangea plant, along with some grass, roses and I took a firebowl that burned through and used it as a flowerpot. I have an old screen against the fence.  I will continue to add...ideas???, Gardens Design

    Flower Garden - a wor...

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  • Evolution of My Garden, Before and After pictures of my front and back garden beds. Designed bed layout as I went along. Still have some bare areas that I want to fill with mostly perennials for color. , Gardens Design

    Evolution of My Garde...

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  • Backyard Project, Just had rock and sod added to this space.  This is the north side of the house lots of shade but I laid out the planting bed so it gets at least 5 hours of sun.  Thinking of planting Hydrangas, Azela and clumping grasses.  , Yards Design

    Backyard Project

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  • Urban rock garden, This shaded space was unsightly with a row of bland bushes and nothing would grow around it.  We tore out the bushes and added this simple inexpensive and low maintenance rock garden with shade plants including a small redbud tree iteas hostas climbing hydrangea and hypericum bushes.  This arrangement will also provide a good deal of color during a longer season even though they are shade plants.  We also added a circular planter with annuals to add even more color. , Gardens Design

    Urban rock garden

    2 photos, 482 Views, Flag

  • Boring entrance, I started from scratch with this house, have tried several things trying for the country/English garden look. I recently took out some big bushes under the windows and added hydrangea bushes, which are growing. The bed is about five feet deep so there is a big gap behind what I've got and in front of the hydrangeas. The big tree is non-negotiable. Can't get it moved, it's a plum tree which we love. I need advice for what to plant in the empty spots! The hydrangeas are up under the windows but are new, as I said. We are in Michigan, by the way. , Gardens Design

    Boring entrance

    4 photos, 187 Views, Flag

  • Liquidscapes, Pool Environments!! When you start thinking about a pool, think more in terms of it as a "Pool Environment" and living space. Think more in terms of how you want your space to function and be used, because that is what will define the space in many ways!!, Pools  Design

    Liquidscapes

    30 photos, 347 Views, Flag

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