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French Straw Bale Garden Grows Crops and Flowers On Urban Balcony | Urban Gardens

French Straw Bale Garden Grows Crops and Flowers On Urban Balcony | Urban Gardens | home decor for small apartments - living well, living compactly | Scoop.it
Linking you to the freshest innovative and eco-friendly designs, trends, and ideas for the stylish urban garden.

Via Haven Brand | Manure Tea
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A friend introduced me to  strawbaling.  -  Strawberried used to grow in thebales , hence the name.   Experiment and play.  Enjoy

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Small Home Big In Style

Small Home Big In Style | home decor for small apartments - living well, living compactly | Scoop.it
 
Sleek interior design is what every homeowner wants and it requires lots of creativity in managing a small room into a clean and neat design.

Via Patrice Gerber
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everything you wantin a  stylish apartment

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Patrice Gerber's curator insight, November 25, 2013 1:35 AM

It's good to report once in a while about discoveries that are within the range of most of us. This small house has been furnished and decorated with love for details and consistency. My only little nagging point: A hardwood floor would have bee so much warmer than the tiles used.

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Decorating Ideas for Small Apartments [17 Inspirational Pictures]

Decorating Ideas for Small Apartments [17 Inspirational Pictures] | home decor for small apartments - living well, living compactly | Scoop.it
While living in a small apartment can mean that space is limited, decorating options are limitless.

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morrisshort's curator insight, October 14, 2014 11:37 PM

Here's some ideas for all those unit residents out there!