The Lavender Blue CottageCountry Entry, Melbourne

Peter Marko

This is an example of a country front door in Melbourne with grey walls, a single front door and a blue front door. —  Houzz
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vivell wrote:12April,2017
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    Peter Marko
    2 years ago

    Hi, unfortunately I will not be able to help you out with your questions. I'm a photographer, my job was to take photos of the property and I have no information about the materials that the owners used. Sorry :(

  • vivell
    2 years ago

    sure thing- sorry, nice photos :)

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Georgia Madden added this to Christmas Countdown: Here's Your Essential Planning Checklist13 November 2019

Mid-NovemberMake a family plan: If you haven’t already decided which family members will host Christmas Day and who will travel on the day, get onto it now – particularly if anyone needs to book transportation, accommodation or pet boarding.Plan a get-together: If there are any important people in your life who you can’t see on Christmas Day, make plans to celebrate the season together on a free weekend in late November, early December or early January.

Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Decorate in a Scandi-Christmas Style?29 November 2018

Decorate the front doorA classic Scandinavian wreath will often feature moss or green fir branches as the foundation. For a simple Scandi look with an Australian twist, you could make a wreath from eucalyptus branches or magnolia flowers.Decorate the wreath with berries, cinnamon sticks and scaled-down versions of the ornaments you’ve hung on your tree in order to create a sense of connection between inside and out.

Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Light My Front Entrance?12 September 2017

Pay attention to proportionWhen choosing the size of a decorative fitting, it’s important to consider proportion. A small fitting might get lost in a double-height entrance, while a very large fitting may dwarf a tiny entrance – not to mention provide a bumping hazard. Your electrician will be able to advise you on the best height to hang decorative fittings for safety and maximum illumination.

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