Houzz Interview: The Aged Painted Bungalow of Jennifer

Jennifer Grey is an incredibly gifted girl, who turned her avocation to bring back classic and classic furniture, into an effective Internet shop- The Old Painted Bungalow. In her website, she shares with all the readers wonderful pictures of her own Newbury Park bungalow, as well as other amazing bungalow houses she locates and her…

Interview: Linda's Restyled House

When we located the wonderful pictures of her daughter’s playhouse that she uploaded to houzz the enchanting coastal Nova Scotia house of Linda got our eyes. Several of you’d previously found this awesome playhouse and saved its pictures in your ideabooks. We understood we should discuss it along with you considering that the remaining home…

Houzz Interview: The bohemian contemporary house in Victoria

Victoria Smith describes herself as a “optimistic photographer, layout junkie and bona-fide fleamarket queen”. Her stunning BoMo flat in Pacific Heights, San Fran, is an excellent reflection of every thing she adores. Three years back, she’s began writing her website sfgirlbybay, where she shares her amazing pictures jointly with new product reviews, buying advice, and…

Canopy Beds Can Be Your Safe Haven

I’ve had many various kinds of beds over time. I have had water beds, futons, mattresses without a framework, sleigh beds … the list continues. However, what I Have never had (and constantly needed) was a canopy bed. Canopy beds provide plenty of magic to your bedroom. They cause you to feel safe in the…

How to Do Hardy Hibiscus Division

Hibiscus is one typical title for Hibiscus moscheutos, a species of flowering shrub indigenous to the south-eastern United States. It grows nicely within climates with warm summers and moist, moderate winters, therefore gardeners within U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 8 to 1 usually include it to landscaping for its big, showy flowers. Unlike yearly…