So, does anyone out there have a plain brown bookcase like this?This isn't the actual bookcase, but you all recognize the basic concept. I had a brown book case that looked kinda like this, and I made it into ... this! I was tired of the boringness (is that a word?..my spell checker says no..) of it, and started painting. I put striped legs on it, painted the sides fun, the middle black and white for a touch of contrast.. and of course doodled a lot on the sides and top! A heart on one side…
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Large Square Glass Coffee Table for 2020 - Ideas on Foter
It isn't common to see a square coffee table, but if you do, it be neat if it were a large, square, glass coffee table. So much space for taking tea with a guest, spreading out magazines for casual reading, or really anything you wish to do, you can on these large, square, glass coffee tables. Take a look at this collection and choose the table that is right for your home.
An Introduction to Terrace Hill's History
Terrace Hill is an architectural marvel that was completed in 1869 in the developing, fast-growing community of Des Moines. Des Moines became Iowa’s capital city in 1857 and exploded in size and importance after the Civil War. As the capital city grew, its first millionaire, Benjamin Franklin Allen, began working on his dream home: Terrace Hill. Allen hired renowned Chicago-based architect William W.
Theodore Roosevelt High School in Des Moines IA - Iowas largest High School
The front lawn no longer looks this way as it was recenlty torn to shreds. It's fenced off and the ground is being leveled. Don't know why.
Richard Meier Wing | 217/365 2013
Wanted to spend the week shooting some of the interesting architecutre in Des Moines. Started with the Des Moines Art Center, which has three unique wings, the original by Eliel Saarinen, the next edition by I.M. Pei in 1968 and the Richard Meier, seen here, in 1985. Each is a stunning building and the three vastly different styles work well together. Would love to come back and shoot this at night. I could spend the entire week just shooting here. 8.5.13