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Painted Garden Planter, Sarratt Range
Contemporary and wonderfully stylish, our Sarratt Garden Planter with lead caps is without a doubt our most sought after Planter.You can choose your own Farrow and Ball colour for your planters. The main image shown, is of two Sarratt Planters in Farrow and Ball, Lamp Room Gray, which is one of our most popular colours with clients when we exhibit each year at The Chelsea Flower Show. The light grey is perfect and so complimentary to all flower colours and looks very stylish next to the pale…
4 Uses for Drapes Other Than Windows - Nesting Place
the relaxed home I believe most any room can benefit from adding drapes. They can visually extend a room–making it look taller or wider, depending on the lengths you use and the patterns. They can add color without a big commitment, and if you choose a pattern, it helps fill a room — again, without […]
Grey Victorian Front Door - London Door Company
Heritage grey Victorian front door and solid door frame with side lights. Opaque etched glazing and polished chrome door furniture complete the look.
EntryPoint Doors & Windows | Door & Window Replacement | Atlanta, GA
Stratford 3/4 door light with 10 inch sidelights and custom matching transom
rejuvenation | Instagram Shop
Welcome winter with warmth, cheer, and the coziness of a festive little outdoor nook. Shop this space -- link in profile. #myonepiece image @parkandoakdesign
Victorian front doors, Georgian, Regency, Edwardian Doors, London Doors made from Oak and other woods painted or stained
victorian front doors, georgian, regency, edwardian Doors, London doors, made from oak and other woods painted or stained, made to measure delivery all uk
Colour Study: Farrow and Ball Elephant's Breath
Inspired by Willow Crossley's Living Room, painted in Farrow and Ball's Elephant's Breath ( what a name! ), here is another colour study......