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Sarah

February 18, 2013

i love these types of pictures!!!! where a harmful element collides with a beautiful and elegant item…... it is so uniques! i love this. do you understand what i’m trying to say?

MARIKIKI

February 19, 2013

Hi, I love this flower . I live in India and there are plenty of them near my house. Do you know their names ?
I want to say thank you for the inspire you give : I love color too and your website is very rich and beautiful. Cheers.
Marikiki

Jessica

February 19, 2013

thank you Marikiki ... appreciate your kind words & happy you discovered Design Seeds!

on the Facebook Page, someone had said this flower/plant is a Euphorbia.

Mishu

April 30, 2014

Hi, I see last comment is from a year ago.  I hope you can answer me smile  Is there a way I can get this beautiful picture? I chose this palette for my new bedroom, I love it, it is both soft and dramatic just like me! haha! I would like to frame that picture.  Do you know where I could get it? Thousand of thank you!

Jessica

May 1, 2014

hi Mishu,
please check out the FAQ section on the site’s “about” page for the answer to your question.
thanks!

SheriRose

April 4, 2015

I found s print of your that has so inspired me to do my living room and carry like colors into the dining room.  It is purples, aquas,periwinkles, greens, touches of r=dis oranges . It looked like the cactus hens and chicks. So you sell those as prints ? It was a moment I had colors in my mind that had been swirling around not having a clue to begin how to bring them together until I saw the print on pinterest. Then it just grabbed me. I am very crafty, and always gifted with decorating but I have had my ling room for 15 years and is pretty actually it was I wanted a fresh changel and have felt like I was beyond not knowing what styles were in or not. I just started thinking about what colors could be blended, and in a unique way that I will be happy with and can live with for awhile.  So with that said do you sell prints that I would live to add to my walls. It inspired me so much. AND Yet It HAS Been fun. And I have been taking furniture I have and just updating them. But one question.  Or I need to make a decision about a hutch that was my grandmothers. It is noe woof as I thought.  But a laminet. So I am torn about painting it. Or maybe just leave it. There are spots where the finish is starting to chip off. So do I paint ut? Or can a laminate be refinished?

Jessica

April 6, 2015

hi SheriRose,
please check out the FAQ section on the “about” page for answers to some of your questions.
thanks!

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