Unn Swanström

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5 Adorable DIY Projects For Your Cat #pet #DIY #cat

5 Adorable DIY Projects For Your Cat #pet #DIY #cat

Coffee in the mornings and wine in the evenings.

Coffee in the mornings and wine in the evenings.

Hur man klipper buxbom.

Hur man klipper buxbom.

12 Innovative Backyard Ponds and Waterfall Garden Ideas For Family Leisure - decoratio.co #Backyardsandgardening

12 Innovative Backyard Ponds and Waterfall Garden Ideas For Family Leisure - decoratio.co #Backyardsandgardening

lunarbox-cat box

lunarbox-cat box

WHAT’S HOT: Cool Custom Made Cat Towers by Catframe

Cats Toys Ideas - The Catframe combines a contemporary wood cat tree, sisal rope scratching posts, cubby holes, soft pads for kneading and sleeping, and last but certainly not least – storage for all kitties toys and treats. - - Ideal toys for small cats

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Come for the Coffee, Stay for the Cats! Italian Eatery Designed for People and Cats | Apartment Therapy

Come for the Coffee, Stay for the Cats! Italian Eatery Designed for People and Cats | Apartment Therapy

Outdoor cooking areas have come to be very well-known of late. Hence numerous kinds of equipment have been developed and made to facilitate the production of an exterior kitchen. #KitchenRemodel #KitchenIdeas #Outdoor

Outdoor cooking areas have come to be very well-known of late. Hence numerous kinds of equipment have been developed and made to facilitate the production of an exterior kitchen. #KitchenRemodel #KitchenIdeas #Outdoor

Michelle created her tiny, 18-inch-deep garden shed by co-opting space from her garage behind her Mill Valley, California, home. (See Steal This Look: My Mini Garden Shed in a Garage for more.) But it was time to update the look: “I wanted to paint the shed a single color because a uniform backdrop makes it easier to organize all the tools and pots and accessories in a garden shed,” she says.

Michelle created her tiny, 18-inch-deep garden shed by co-opting space from her garage behind her Mill Valley, California, home. (See Steal This Look: My Mini Garden Shed in a Garage for more.) But it was time to update the look: “I wanted to paint the shed a single color because a uniform backdrop makes it easier to organize all the tools and pots and accessories in a garden shed,” she says.