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    I'm more older style but then with a touch of new haha!! Hard to explain 😝 but I want a old house in your area

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    I'm more older style but then with a touch of new haha!! Hard to explain 😝 but I want a old house in your area
    That's transitional! Though I guess it has different interpretations.

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transitional_Style

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    That's transitional! Though I guess it has different interpretations.

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transitional_Style
    Oh no! Much older than that haha. Antiques etc... But then I'm fussy and like a new kitchen 😂

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    Poking my head in here. Dh and I bought and moved in Jan this year. Our house is an old brick with a relatively new kitchen (I'd say within the last 10 years), and an extension living area. We're painting the bedrooms but the main work at the moment is on the garden. We've cut down trees and I'm killing lawn next week to make way for some more delicious healthy lawn, not the weed filled stuff we have now. We're starting small but have SO many ideas, especially for the master which is a converted lounge room - currently has no robes or windows as its right in the centre of the house.
    Work in progress 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsDL View Post
    Poking my head in here. Dh and I bought and moved in Jan this year. Our house is an old brick with a relatively new kitchen (I'd say within the last 10 years), and an extension living area. We're painting the bedrooms but the main work at the moment is on the garden. We've cut down trees and I'm killing lawn next week to make way for some more delicious healthy lawn, not the weed filled stuff we have now. We're starting small but have SO many ideas, especially for the master which is a converted lounge room - currently has no robes or windows as its right in the centre of the house.
    Work in progress 😊
    Sounds awesome! You should post some before shots

    Our place hasn't been landscaped yet. DH wants to put fake lawn but I'm not too sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    Sounds awesome! You should post some before shots

    Our place hasn't been landscaped yet. DH wants to put fake lawn but I'm not too sure
    Do you own a pet? I don't like fake lawn with dogs as it smells

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsDL View Post
    We're painting the bedrooms but the main work at the moment is on the garden. We've cut down trees and I'm killing lawn next week to make way for some more delicious healthy lawn, not the weed filled stuff we have now. We're starting small but have SO many ideas, especially for the master which is a converted lounge room - currently has no robes or windows as its right in the centre of the house.
    Work in progress ������
    Would love to see you do with the garden, looking for inspiration
    We built about a year and a half ago and our front yard is still dirt, who would think plants and lawn would cost so much

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    Do you own a pet? I don't like fake lawn with dogs as it smells
    No, nor will we either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ez131 View Post
    Would love to see you do with the garden, looking for inspiration
    We built about a year and a half ago and our front yard is still dirt, who would think plants and lawn would cost so much
    Plants are ridiculously expensive! Especially established ones. I'm a plant killer so I need them to be established! Haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    Plants are ridiculously expensive! Especially established ones. I'm a plant killer so I need them to be established! Haha
    established plants are even more exy, totally insane, if plants came with a guarantee then i could maybe justify paying the price but they don't

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