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Legacy Landscapes, Inc.
6 Reviews
Gould
Ideabooks18
Questions1
This was a tiny courtyard that we comple
so we tried to mimic similar plants
“Camalia espalier” — newhouse595
Legacy Landscapes, Inc.
6 Reviews
Gould
Ideabooks6
Questions0
This was a tiny courtyard that we comple
so we tried to mimic similar plants
“ledge to sit, nice iron gate for relief from brick and stone” — maryellenborgelt
Legacy Landscapes, Inc.
6 Reviews
Gould
Ideabooks6
Questions0
This was a tiny courtyard that we comple
so we tried to mimic similar plants
“liriope” — Carol Bratton
Legacy Landscapes, Inc.
6 Reviews
Gould
Ideabooks4
Questions0
This was a tiny courtyard that we comple
so we tried to mimic similar plants
“brick wall” — maryellenborgelt
Legacy Landscapes, Inc.
6 Reviews
Gould
Ideabooks33
Questions0
This was a tiny courtyard that we comple
so we tried to mimic similar plants
“Curves” — adksjj
Legacy Landscapes, Inc.
6 Reviews
Gould
Ideabooks21
Questions0
This was a tiny courtyard that we comple
so we tried to mimic similar plants
“Fireplace” — jdobbs1
Eric Stengel Architecture, llc
18th C. Georgian
Ideabooks2,000
Questions3
Guest House Design - Shared Courtyard
Two Tiny Homes with a courtyard in between. I like the idea of a pool
2 tiny spaces with courtyard between
Love matching tiny houses with connecting pergola.
Can we build two ten by tens ?
Separate but equal. Two tiny homes joined.
Matching tiny houses with pergola between them.
Like the idea we have for
“pergula” — mliggett8
Eldorado Stone
5 Reviews
Brick Archway
Ideabooks5,434
Questions2
home added the authenticity and timelessness that we were striving for in the design,” says Stolz. “Our clients want the very best, but if we can duplicate something and save money, what client would say no? That’s why we use Eldorado Stone whenever we can. It gives us the opportunity to save money and
create the feel of an old Tuscan Village as a private residence at their golf community, ‘The Hideaway’ in La Quinta, California. However, we had to keep in mind that we were still designing for a desert lifestyle, which meant an emphasis on indoor/outdoor living and capturing the spectacular views of the
and gives clients exactly the look they desire so we can use more of their budget in other areas.” Stolz explained that Eldorado Stone was also brought into the interior to continue that feel of authenticity and historical accuracy. Stone is used floor to ceiling in the kitchen for a pizza oven, as well
“basement garden” — passant_adel
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