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Mitchell Parker
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Pamela Bateman Garden Design
"The owners....are taking their time figuring out how to best use the land"

May I suggest they spread the 'love' around and build housing for workers, turn the land into a working organic farm and plant lots of native plants.
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L A Custom Pools and Spas, Inc.
Reclaimed, renewed and restored for years to come. Enjoyed the article.
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Jay Sifford Garden Design
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Ruth
Yes Jay, boulders were part of some the places my family visited when I was a child. I was so fascinated by the crevices to hide in and the lichens that "painted" them shades of green and teal. Your images are varied and attractive, especially those from Innisfree. (Love the third image with the succulents.)
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cookingistherapy
This house makes me cry. And not in a good way. - The exterior of this house is just not working for us. Please help with curb appeal! The siding is a pale yellow vinyl. I want to change the... Read More
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Barnhart Gallery
Like many of the comments -- have to run, but had to see in a quick scribble...
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groveraxle
Gray siding, and shakes:
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Eric Reinholdt, Architect
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cabingirl13
We store anywhere from 4-7 cords of wood outdoors on pallets covered with tarps away from the house. We bring about 2-3 cords of wood into our garage (we have and odd design garage that lets us store wood in a perfect spot) over the winter so we do not need to go outside in the freezing temps and snow to replenish the fireplace. Our house is built of concrete block walls (mostly in-ground) so termites are not an issue. We may find an occasional spider or 2 in the wood pile when temps are not that cold yet- eeek! It works well for us as we burn 4-5 months out of the year. The hubby talks about adding onto the side of the polebarn someday so we have a covered shelter for the wood versus the tarps.
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Kirsten Cook
I do wildfire risk assessments as part of my job. If you live in fire country, you do not want to store your wood year round anywhere near the house. Woodpiles are an excellent place for embers from wildfires to get caught, smolder, and ignite, sometimes hours after the main fire front has passed by the home. Out of fire season, go for it, otherwise the recommended distance is 30' from the home. While beautiful, many of these pictures made me shudder. I wish architects would educate themselves about Firewise building practices.
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Lara Sargent
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ZG Renderings
Tile statement walls are very popular in modern bathrooms. These bathroom renderings all feature tiled statement walls.
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ceciliaaued
Hi, I just wanted to clarify that what is shown on the "pep up your bathroom" picture is not a print of slices of agatha, they are knitted pot & pans holders ( I really don't know the name) All the grandmothers used to make them with left over wool, that's why they have all of those wonderful colors and the little hook to hang them in the kitchen
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