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Bagnato Architects
Hi, one of my favourite architects is Luis Barragan, I even designed a house when I was at university that was inspired by his work. In our architectural practice in Australia we always use natural stone and finishes whenever we can. They are timesless and last forever. We have used limestone outdoors
endeavor could be part of an addition to your house or part of a new landscape plan, in which case you should be working with an architect or a landscape designer. Businesses that sell this equipment may even have a staff designer who assists customers with the planning and implementation of an outdoor
equipment in this inner-city kitchen is neatly tucked under this home’s overhanging upper floor. The custom wood cabinets complement the contemporary design. You will want to determine whether your grilling station should be sheltered, like this one, or fully exposed, like the previous example. Take into
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Aitken and Associates
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Wisteria on Atherton fort
This beauty looks almost like a work of art. The caption attached to the photo by landscape designer Karen Aitken pretty much says it all: "Wisteria on Atherton fort."Browse photos of treehousesShow us your treehouse: Do you have a treehouse
“Wisteria” — mpolusny
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Rocky Mountains. It's time to winterize potted plants. "Empty all containers of annual flowers and veggies," writes Colorado landscape designer Jocelyn Chilvers. "Remove the soil, or the top 8 to 10 inches from large pots. Spent soil and nondiseased foliage can go straight to the compost
You can keep the color palette more intense in certain spots, allowing dominant shades to define a focal point or announce a transition area in the landscape. Muted tones help the eye move calmly between the bolder elements, providing a restful visual pause. This container is a study in complements, with
“We like the orange coleus” — everhecht
Estate Pools & Landscapes
11 Reviews
Outdoor Modern Two-Sided Fireplace by Gary Sewell
round, everyone. A fire feature brings people together, sometimes so many that it's impossible for everyone to fit around it. Estate Pools & Landscapes designer Gary Sewell fixed that issue on this Fire & Ice project by creating a double-sided, gas-powered fireplace that has seating arrangements on
“Fireplace as privacy wall” — mariahambrick
DDB Design Development & Building
MALVERN HOUSE Melbourne Australia
3. Use every centimetreA compact outdoor area works ideally for a couple, but it’s worth talking to your landscape designer to include extra seating options. Here, the two lounge chairs are great for a couple, but when guests arrive, the wide barrier doubles as an effective seating area. BYO cushions
“circle concept” — jacqleung
Avant Garden
4 Reviews
Portola Valley Kitchen Garden
Very simple high fence, easy design
Rocky Mountains. "Plant vegetables and tender annuals after the danger of frost has passed," writes Colorado landscape designer Jocelyn Chilvers. "Harden them off if they are coming from a greenhouse or home environment."Get her Rocky Mountains May checklist
A frame design...Garden Design
“peas str string bean structure for growing” — castle
Tiffany Farha Design
12th Street Project
No question this fountain is from Pittet Architecturals in the Dallas Design District. They import direct from France and have over 100 more designs on their web site with pricing and dimensions- www.pittetarch.com
using white bricks, also note planter designs
great in warm weather. I find the idea of more hardscaping versus grass appealing for this reason. There is also the opportunity for low-water landscape design with hardscaping.
“نافورة خارجي” — falcon zezo
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
A mix of old and new to create a comfortable living area
desired a look that was comfortable, creating multi functioning spaces for all family members to enjoy, combining the iconic style of mid century modern designs and family heirlooms.
Kristen Rivoli Interior DesignSave to IdeabookEmail PhotoPrint Photo I'm not sure that I could focus on any reading with this city view in front of me, but at night, Arne Jacobsen's lamp light and Ray Eames' iconic leather
now you can see that pianos and zebra-print Aalto chairs aren't too shabby a pair either! Next: http://www.houzz.com/photos Next: Browse more landscape design photos Have you incorporated anything musical into your decor? Please share your pictures in the comments section below!
I had a chance to interview this designer, and it turns out the piano was sort of a last-minute hand-me-down addition. Luckily, we've established that pianos and Eames Lounge chairs go together
“Will I get the recliner” — skyehiigh
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