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Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Soft Spring Pinks and Green
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Informal espaliers. Many plant species are suited for informal or free-form patterns, which work well with a number of garden styles, including modern, Asian, and cottage. Positioning an informal espalier at eye level, as with
1. Informal espaliers. Many plant species are suited for informal or free-form patterns, which work well with a number of garden styles, including modern, Asian, and cottage. Positioning an informal espalier at eye level, as with this bougainvillea, gives
1. Informal espaliers. Many plant species are suited for informal or free-form patterns, which work well with a number of garden styles, including modern, Asian, and cottage. Positioning an informal espalier at eye level, as with this bougainvillea, gives
“Bogunvillia type” — ozica2
Cynthia Lynn Photography
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Simplifying in the Suburbs
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Moore, brings such lovely gravitas to this otherwise informal room, and is a flawless complement to the sage walls."
The imposing dark color, an old-world black from Benjamin Moore, brings such lovely gravitas to this otherwise informal room, and is a flawless complement to the sage walls
this otherwise informal room, and is a flawless complement to the sage walls.
An old-world black from Benjamin Moore adds a lovely seriousness to this informal space. Unexpected
brings such lovely gravitas to this otherwise informal room, and is a flawless complement to the sage walls.
The imposing dark color, an old-world black from Benjamin Moore, brings such lovely gravitas to this otherwise informal room, and is a flawless complement to the sage
“Bench.” — Jen & Ken Stocker
Temple Blake Limited
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West London refurbishment
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or more appropriate than what you are familiar with. Figuring those things out takes time, and lots of it. A skilled professional will have this information at the ready for you. Plus, with advances in technology, new building envelope techniques are coming on the market with increasing frequency, and
authority, a plans examiner reviews them and issues a revision notice to address any variances from the current codes and construction standards. A well-informed designer with up-to-date knowledge of building science can get building projects through with the minimum number of revisions. Since each revision
or more appropriate than what you are familiar with. Figuring those things out takes time, and lots of it. A skilled professional will have this information at the ready for you. Plus, with advances in technology, new building envelope techniques are coming on the market with increasing frequency, and
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Vegetable Gardens
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trees are also commonly espaliered (although apple trees are reportedly easier to train). In warm climates citrus, figs and olives can be trained into informal patterns.
are also commonly espaliered (although apple trees are reportedly easier to train). In warm climates citrus, figs and olives can be trained into informal patterns.
“espaliered apple fence ; )” — elsurma2006
SLADE ARCHITECTURE
Kenig Residence Stairs
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is really a chance to accomplish three things:Information gathering. This is a chance for you to listen to your potential client describe the design problem in his own words and for him to ask you questions. He is gathering information to make an informed decision. Your skill as an architect or designer
“Open Stairway” — kalojohn
Katie Leede
Craftsman Cool
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attractive photos, should be readily accessible. “I prefer that property brochures and information are in the foyer area, located on a console or table with some fresh flowers. Buyers can pick up that information upon entering or leaving,” says Melvin. Whether it’s an invitation-only showing or a large
large opening for the masses, it’s important to safeguard valuables, personal information and sensitive items. Stow small items like electronics, jewelry and prescription medications, and protect financial statements and documents, recommends Pinsker-Brown. Don’t forget: “Shut off and password-protect
“Great study” — duonglyn
Matthew Frederick - M. Frederick L.L.C.
Bucks County
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it may have changed over the years.But the most helpful pace of all may be your local library! In this age of digital information, it's almost shocking to realize that some information is actually easier to find in person. Old town records, original photographs of homes, historical maps and relevant newspaper
tracked down with help from your local reference librarian.Try your local historical society, too. An active historical society can have a wealth of information on homes in the area. Many of these societies do not keep an office with regular hours, so try emailing or calling the contact person, who will probably
“fence” — sweettea
Joni L. Janecki & Associates, Inc.
Carmel Valley House
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An informal espalier within a naturalistic planting design can be a welcome surprise. This exuberant and unexpected Ceanothus enlivens the native planting surrounding it.
1. Informal espaliers. Many plant species are suited for informal or free-form patterns, which work well with a number of garden styles, including modern, Asian, and cottage. Positioning an informal espalier at eye level, as with this bougainvillea, gives
An informal espalier within a naturalistic planting design can be a welcome surprise. This exuberant and unexpected Ceanothus enlivens the native planting surrounding
An informal espalier within a naturalistic planting design can be a welcome surprise. This exuberant and unexpected Ceanothus enlivens the native planting surrounding
“Water wise” — mrkendal
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