http://www.houzz.com/photos/49464934/275-Pumpkin-On-Stake-with-Hat-Mask-and-Hands-transitional-outdoor-holiday-decorations

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Dining Room. This Transitional Dining Room will seat any family for the holidays.  The fireplace at the end of the room is a nice touch.    CLICK ON PIN AND LEARN HOW TO MAP PINS WITH YOUR ARCHITECTURE BUSINESS

Dining Room. This Transitional Dining Room will seat any family for the holidays. The fireplace at the end of the room is a nice touch. CLICK ON PIN AND LEARN HOW TO MAP PINS WITH YOUR ARCHITECTURE BUSINESS

simply gray via http://greigedesign.blogspot.com/2011/11/holiday-entry.html

simply gray via http://greigedesign.blogspot.com/2011/11/holiday-entry.html

Comment fabriquer des boules géantes de lumières pour décorer l'extérieur! - Décoration - Des idées de décorations pour votre maison et le bureau - Trucs et Bricolages - Fallait y penser !

Comment fabriquer des boules géantes de lumières pour décorer l'extérieur! - Décoration - Des idées de décorations pour votre maison et le bureau - Trucs et Bricolages - Fallait y penser !

These are pretty cool actually.I bet I could make these out out pvc frames..so much easier to store than full sheets of wood..dress them then use battery operated fairy lights.

These are pretty cool actually.I bet I could make these out out pvc frames..so much easier to store than full sheets of wood..dress them then use battery operated fairy lights.

Plan ahead for plantings that will transition through the holidays with a few additions. Start with ornamental cabbage, bittersweet, pumpkins, dried hydrangeas, artichokes, and ivy, then add in gilded branches and berries to suit the season.  Tip: To withstand October's lower temps, plant window boxes with cold-hardy cabbages and ivy. Add the largest items first

Plan ahead for plantings that will transition through the holidays with a few additions. Start with ornamental cabbage, bittersweet, pumpkins, dried hydrangeas, artichokes, and ivy, then add in gilded branches and berries to suit the season. Tip: To withstand October's lower temps, plant window boxes with cold-hardy cabbages and ivy. Add the largest items first

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