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thatnameistaken

Glitzy class. Diane Von Furstenberg, circa 1978, would be at home in that master bath replete with silk dressing gown and ostrich plumed mules.

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Sigrid

I liked this. The fairly neutral color scheme meant that it didn't look bling-y. Everything was absolutely lovely, except, I've concluded I'm not fond of British modern kitchens. I can go for the Cotswold cottage with Aga look.

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Greener Living Solutions, Inc

What a great name...Mr Bowling Ball?! New one for me...hooray for bowling and thanks for the tip on a new plant to use. I'm assuming your photo 3rd down is showing the winter color?

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pswaite
I was surprised to see it labeled "deer resistant". In northern Utah we experience different deer than elsewhere because here we'd call this plant "deer candy" - in fact arborvitae in general - any kind, any size - are among deer favorite food.
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sdtjl1010

Very inspiring to see a family overcoming the wreckage of Hurricane Sandy. I live further north and inland, so we just lost power that night. It's very encouraging to see people rebuilding their communities. This family's rebuild is beautiful.

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elefantenkitzle

That’s the way to do it - thumb the nose at disaster and bare some biceps! How inspiring this feature is. It comes across as effortless and elegant but the hard work and the worry behind it all is palpable and the fine result is well deserved. Congratulations!

A beautiful home, a gorgeous family, an uplifting story – this article is just one big smile.

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