POWDER ROOMSNow Arriving on Platform 2, a Playful Powder Room
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PLANTING IDEASGreat Garden Combo: Rose + Clematis for Small-Space Impact
We all need somebody to lean on. And when a rose supports a climbing vine, the results can totally transform a small gardenFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESGreat Design Plant: Clematis Virginiana
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INSIDE HOUZZThe 2015 Best of Houzz Badges Have Arrived!
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HOUSEKEEPINGAll Together Now: Tackle Home Projects With a DIY Co-op
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HOMES AROUND THE WORLDFormer Berlin Bar Now a Light and Bright Home
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LANDSCAPE DESIGN5 Berry-licious Shrubs to Plant Now for Winter Interest
Showy color during snow season? You bet. These shrubs will wake up a garden with colorful berries when other plants are asleepFull Story
POOLSTrending Now: 20 Pools We Want to Dive Into
These dreamy backyard swimming spots are favorites with the Houzz communityFull Story
HOMES AROUND THE WORLDHouzz Tour: Former Squatters’ Unit Now a Handsome London Home
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