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Hugh Janus

I've built a couple of these for benches, filled 'em with junk concrete and lined the outside with pretty river stone. Placing the pretties was surprising difficult even though the bench is only knee high. I can't imagine how the artists managed the beautiful log gabion or the layered stone one. Gorgeous and inspiring.

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K&D Landscape Management

Great topic! Gabions have all kinds of potential and your photos showed it. A couple of years ago I drove down to the Indianapolis Museum of Art and they have a permanent sculpture of gabions called Park of Laments. It was awe inspiring. In addition to the attached photos you can go to the links below for more info. Again, nicely done on the topic.

http://www.imamuseum.org/visit/100acres/artworks-projects/park-lamentshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Park_of_Laments

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bebes pearls

Clara is very trained to leave the furniture alone. What a sweetie!

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anitamillerart

A recent small oil in a series of people walking their dogs. I'm looking forward to warmer temps. and continuing this series...

anitamillerart.com

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Susan
The black (purple) version is one of my go-to plants because of its fantastic foliage. Planted with brunnera, it's a great way to add interest in the shade. Thanks for profiling a personal favorite.
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Jay Sifford Garden Design

I've tried to grow the cultivars several times here at zone 8a without luck, as have many of my friends. I thought I was providing it with what it needed, but apparently not. Your piece inspired me to perhaps try one more time. Nice article.

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mnester17
I really like how the grey color continues to show the underlying wood grain. Makes it look like extremely exotic wood cabinets. Everything looks beautiful. I am curious if the existing grey stone on the living room side was a bit too much grey for you or was there a different reason to change to the light stone? (Both stone pallets were and are gorgeous )
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thatnameistaken

Julie did it right. She knew what color she wanted for her cabinets. But, she chose counter materials, back splash first and looked at different shades that would coordinate with those materials and her floor. Nicely done!

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whynottryit

Great designs come from great communication and obviously, this architect listened. Love the hallway between the studio and home ... quite a beautiful "dogtrot"! :D

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artisticgurl44

beautiful home but oh i am so jealous of that art studio very spacious and all that beautiful sunlight beaming through the windows oh and the view of god's artwork of nature outside to give you inspiration..........my little room (once was a bedroom) has one window but my view is the house next door about 6 feet away lol darn it

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