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JTBaldwin
Self-expression and the courage to be different... these are all so creative and very inspiring. Congratulations to all!
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inkwitch
Now that I have a place for a tree without cats, I've begun collecting ornaments. Gave all the family memories to my daughter (who knew I had that many!). I've been rather choosy - grandiose silver, gold and turquoise. Use big ornaments and you don't need as many! Simplifies dismantling as well.
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Kathryn Interiors, Inc.
Just brilliant!!
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carolins
Always a joy to read your ideabooks. Happy holidays to you too.
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arielago
Can anyone explain the popularity of stainless steel appliances? In my tiny house, I want appliances to match the cabinetry in order to not visually break up the lines of the room. I don't want to feel like I'm cooking in a surgical lab, either. The stuff just leaves me cold. Why, Houzz, why?
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Natasha Assa
The impression I get is that function and (re-sale) value are top categories, where money is actually spent, but reasons stated for remodel are beauty/elegance and even identity ("who I am"). This is just one more way to show that we refuse to live in the real world and fall for luxury/excess more often than we should. Which is why most remodels are planned under $25,000 but are completed for over $25,000. Thank you, that was most illuminating - on the state of our money-spending behavior in the kitchen. Imagine, if we walked into a car dealership trying to buy a Corolla but drove off with a Camri. That would never happen, would it? But in the kitchen - no problem! What's wrong with us, people?
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flopsycat1
Nice to see an article about our southwestern flora. Most people here see mistletoe as an unsightly parasite and wish that the phainopepla would eat something else, or at least deposit the mistletoe seeds elsewhere. Since this parasitic plant lives primarily in very thorny mesquite trees, simply brushing away its branches with one's hands is anywhere from foolish to treacherous.
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