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Results found for "outdoor decor with pine branches"

  • Symmetric Curb Appeal Winter Holidays, Changing entryway to reflect the wintry charm of the holiday season., Home Exterior Design

    Symmetric Curb Appea...

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  • Elegant, Eclectic Christmas, Decorated Dining Room Table and Dining Room for Christmas, Decorated Mantle for Christmas,Decorated Railing and Front Door for Christmas, Manger Scene, Christmas Floral Arrangements, Decorated Kitchen Table for Christmas, Holidays Design

    Elegant, Eclectic Chr...

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  • Rustic Christmas Mantel in Red & Turquoise, My Christmas 2011 Christmas mantel is a bit of a departure for me.  I typically decorate for the season with lots of sparkle and bling.  But this year I was craving a simpler, more traditional look.  I used greenery, giant pine cones in glass urns, a reclaimed wood mirror, red berries in a turquoise 'vintage' tin jug, and a few ornaments in red and turquoise.  The 'Happy Holidays' burlap-look ribbon came from Michael's, but reminded me of the Pottery Barn paper garland that I love so much.  I am happy with the rustic, cottage style look.  Visit me at my blog, apopofpretty.com, for other Christmas decorating ideas throughout the season. , Holidays Design

    Rustic Christmas Man...

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  • Create Your Own Decorative Branches!, You see them in Pottery Barn and lament the price, but you can make them yourself!  , Living Rooms Design

    Create Your Own Deco...

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  • Re-Use and Save Money....Check Out These Ideas!, I'm a believer in renew reuse recycle and have taken that into all my spaces at home.  If I can refurbish repaint repurpose a previously purchased item I do it.  These are just examples of items I've "renewed.", Other Spaces Design

    Re-Use and Save Mone...

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  • Three Post Patio Pergola, To keep the cost down I constructed this Three Post Pergola over our Spa Tub on an angular design utilizing non-redwood (economy lumber) but covered all with Weather-proof Redwood Stain. Cost: less than $200., Patios & Decks Design

    Three Post Patio Perg...

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  • Our Casual Open Dining Room, Our dining room is one of the first spaces you see when you open the front door.  Part of an open floor plan that has a combined entry, formal living area and dining room, we made what some may view as an odd choice to close off an archway into the kitchen on the left side of the rear wall.  We chose to do so for space planning and traffic flow purposes. The room itself is on the small side - really only 10 x 10 within the columns and can't comfortably accommodate an antique buffet or hutch as I hoped. So we wanted people to feel like they could walk around and sit within the entire space and not feel like they were in the line of traffic flow.  We used mirrors (Ballard Designs) and preserved boxwood topiaries (Mills Floral)  to decorate and reflect light. Our chandelier was a $100 antique mall find that just needed a coat of white paint. The table was a steal of craig's list at just $150. It needed to be stripped and re-finished but it was well worth it!  You can see a peek of our kitchen nook (part of another open concept kitchen and family room area) and a pair of french doors to the central courtyard.  We find this space with our slip covered chairs (which my mom covered) and antique flea market pieces highly functional and versatile for evenings in with friends no matter the season. Nothing is too precious to use; with washable linen and a waxed table top, I no longer find myself a slave to furniture polish or the dry cleaners!, Dining Rooms Design

    Our Casual Open Dinin...

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  • Kewamee - Family Room, This monochromatic great room, comprised of a bright kitchen and warm family room, is ideal for everyday living as well as entertaining.  The wood detailing, including distressed planked flooring and beautiful finished carpentry, make this room a treat for the eyes., Living Rooms Design

    Kewamee - Family Roo...

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  • Our Favorite Concrete Acid Stain Projects!, One of the most unique characteristics of Concrete Acid Stain is its ability to infuse concrete/cement applications, with rich and deep color tones. Depending on the color and application techniques used, the results can mimic everything from polished marble to natural stone or even stained wood. These are our favorite projects!, Other Spaces Design

    Our Favorite Concrete...

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  • OPEN CONCEPT/ONE ROOM, Living, dining, kitchen all one room!, Living Rooms Design

    OPEN CONCEPT/ONE...

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  • HARVEST ENTRY, Since moving from Florida to Arizona, one thing is for sure: I've enjoyed decorating our entryway for Spring, Fall and Holiday. To see Spring, please view Spring on the Stoop - Crisp, clean and filled with pink & purple flowers. For Fall, it's quite the opposite: remembering our NJ home stoop, I made swept piles in the corners of each step using a bag of wood bark chips from Home Depot - mixed with a few faux leaves PLUS pinecones I collected here in AZ. I used another bag of bark chips around the base of my urns & lanterns at the door -- and since the weather cools off here for Fall, I was able to use real pumpkins too. The branches in the urns add height to frame the doorway -- they are to me a keepsake from Florida -- I found them back in 2010 and still use them seasonally today. For Fall, I hot glue leaves, for winter: leaves are removed and sparkle snowflakes are added. In Spring, I wrap the branches with pink blossoms. This decorated entry makes a perfect spot for a family photo, a couples Christmas card, or even just a friendly seasonal pic to have has a keepsake..., Home Exterior Design

    HARVEST ENTRY

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  • Objects in the Garden, My gardening style is quite relaxed.  I have objects of all sorts and sizes in my garden.  Some are meant for the garden and some have been repurposed.  Tasteful placement of various and interesting objects is an important element in my gardens.  Objects can be used as focal points or as semi-hidden surprises as you stroll around your yard. 

Visit my website at:
www.smallholdingsfarm.com    

Check out my blog:
www.smallholdings.blogspot.com

, Gardens Design

    Objects in the Garden

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  • Our Front Foyer, This is the front foyer in our 112 year old house. It has a brick fireplace with a wood mantel, a split staircase, stained glass window and lots of shiny hardwood., Other Spaces Design

    Our Front Foyer

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  • Our outdoor kitchen, fireplace, and deck, The progress of our outdoor deck and kitchen that my husband (over three years) has been working on...there's still a little more left.  The first phase was the deck, which took over a year.  The second phase, was the outdoor fireplace and kitchen, which took about a year and a half - doing this in his free time and some weekends.  The last phase will eventually be a roof of some sort...as it is very hot on the deck in our Southern California climate!, Patios & Decks Design

    Our outdoor kitchen, f...

    27 photos, 2,457 Views, Flag

  • Room with a view, Pergola by our natural swim pond.
My Custom Acid Stained stamped concrete patio with pergola.  Shabby Chic, electic style.. still working on fireplace. Placed next to our swim pond we built last year.  Yes, we swim with the koi, Patios & Decks Design

    Room with a view

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  • I'll be Home for Christmas....., Our home decorated for Christmas 2008.

Visit my HOME Blog at http://itsthelittlethingsthatmakeahouseahome.blogspot.com/
, Living Rooms Design

    I'll be Home for Chri...

    30 photos, 6,652 Views, Flag

  • Our Log Home Christmas 2012, It has been a few years since I have posted any pix of the interior decorations here at our log home deep in the secluded woods in the North Georgia Mountains. Thought I should get "unlazy" and post a few., Holidays Design

    Our Log Home Christm...

    34 photos, 9,335 Views, Flag

  • Bella's Playhouse Child Care, Photos of my licensed quality rated child care home.  I provide professional care for children from 6 weeks to school age.  Rural area just outside of our community., Other Spaces Design

    Bella's Playhouse Chi...

    32 photos, 4,447 Views, Flag

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