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michele1975

My shed isn't, nor ever will be as interesting as these. We are 4 years into a total redo of our home, this is the year our utilitarian shed gets the beauty makeover I've been doing in my head for these 4 years. Thanks for the nudge!

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rainwood

My shed can't even aspire to these. I'd be happy to get a new roof and patching the holes on mine. I hope a bigger makeover is in its future, but down aways on the priority list.

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Rodney Thornton

I just bought an armoire the other day. Like new condition for 400 bucks. Its an old Ethan Allen. They still sell some like it for 5000 so am pretty excited about the price.

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mslr0
I love all the comments and photos from people repurposing armoires, china cabinets, medical cabinets in different ways from the original intended use. I have several that I move around to different rooms and use to store different things depending upon my mood and needs. I've had to move quite a bit over the years and, with each new move, I've learned to look at every piece of furniture with no preconceived notion of what's supposed to go in a particular room. So far my furniture has worked out in a lot of different types of housing from apartments to houses.
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davsay
All interesting ideas except for the last photo, reminds me of the waiting room in a doctors office. Not so high end.
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rainwood

I used an elongated subway tile for the kitchen backsplash but added a thin stripe of ridiculously expensive tile in just the right shade to match the wood floors then the tile guy and I came up with a pattern that also used some glass mosaic squares left over from the guest bath shower that tied in all the colors of the kitchen. The joy of happy coincidences.

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Hugh Janus

My favorite grass. Families often walk the neighborhood and I love seeing the wonder on little kids' faces when mommy shows them the "eyelash" grass in my yard.

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sajoko
We seeded our zone 3, high desert yard with Blue Grama 6 years ago. We leave one section unmowed and it's just beautiful, but the front yard gets mowed twice yearly and watered perhaps 3 times. It is stunning--lush and blue-green, and SO low-maintenance. Why anyone still plants Kentucky Bluegrass with the world's current water situation is totally beyond me.
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