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Meet Zappa, The Sid Lookalike Dog With A Floppy Tongue

holiday-kitchens-jamestown-door, made with rustic barn wood

Kitchen cabinet doors for knotty pine or painted "coolonial" kitchens

R E A L shiplap walls going up at the flip house | The Harper House Believe it or not, real shiplap with the rabbet (square) edges is not easy to find. The big box stores didn’t carry it – they had plenty of tongue and groove boards, but those boards have a v-groove and that was not the look I was going for. I wanted the true authentic shiplap boards, just like they used in the old days

Flip House Update: It's Shiplap Week

Are you stumped on where to buy real shiplap? I'm sharing our sources today on…

DIY:  How to Install a Planked Wall - using grade 2 tongue and groove fence panels installed backwards.  This post shows how a room was transformed - on a budget - via Stone Gable Blog

PLANKING A WALL THE EASY WAY

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Vinyl siding that looks like wood - climate-shield rain screen wood siding system, ipe siding at window pixels

Tongue Health Diagnosis Lots Of Pinnable Charts | The WHOot

Tongue Health Diagnosis Pinnable Charts

Whitewash Ratios - Domestic Imperfection

Painted Plank Walls, Finally

Whitewash Ratios - Domestic Imperfection-- I think I like the one coat I really want the knotty pine to still show, just lighten up the room.

Hi there! A few days ago I collated a blog post on ways you can use plants to decorate your home. Today I thought I’d share an image I put together on some indoor plants for beginners. These would be my favourite plants and I have a few myself. The Mother-in-law’s Tongue (or snake plant) and the Zanzibar Gem are probably the easiest to look after. They will survive in low-light and don’t need a lot of watering. I have not killed one of these yet! I’ve had my fair share of ups and downs with…

Indoor plants for beginners. The Mother-in-law’s Tongue (or snake plant) and the Zanzibar Gem are probably the easiest to look after. They will survive in low-light and don’t need a lot of watering.

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