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Nikko Moy
Love seeing Bryan's Woodcut Prints in this beautiful home!
http://www.ashesandmilk.com/bryan-nash-gill/
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carolbrandywine
Looks like an inspiring place to live. If I had enough money for those kinds of architectural renovations, I might also seek some slightly more comfortable looking seating. Why not scavenge some good old pieces and have them reupholstered?
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falloogle
good design!
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wyndyacre
My 10x16 greenhouse/garden shed has undergone a couple of transformations. The renovation this summer included removing some rotting hundred year old windows and adding salvaged skylights, better salvaged windows and refurbished antique screen doors and a cupola. There are tables for plants, a potting station and pot storage plus a comfy chair for just hanging out. The windows overlook the potager vegetable garden, edged with low boxwood hedges and balls.
There is a large coldframe beside it with an outdoor potting station attached to the back of it...it comprises of a tile topped, workbench with an antique porcelan sink..
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ameliamargarita
Designed to store yard equipment.
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KathyK
Thank-you for this.
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JAN MOYER
I am so sorry for your loss! I just attended calling hours yesterday for a client's husband who at the early age of 60 passed due to a horrific and rare stroke. The monitor at the funeral home, circling through thousands of family pictures, all of them showing this absolutely kind and delightful man wearing a huge grin, so full of life!! It was nothing short of heartbreaking, but also a glaring reminder to love those important to you, let bygones be bygones, and treasure every single one of the 86,000,400 seconds each of gets at the start of a new day. Merry Christmas to all, and much better ones to come, for anyone dealing with loss.
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