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Alderwood Landscaping
10 Reviews
Alderwood Landscape
Ideabooks15,196
Questions9
(several inches down) that collects drainage water, then the water is tight-lined underneath the patio and daylights out over the edge of the hill. On flat sites, we install a fairly substantial dry-well or sump underneath the fire pit that will collect water and slowly disperse it back into the soil.
This pavilion is actually 15x17. And, yes, as B E Selby Construction said, they are easy to install due to our unique design methods (patent pending - and over 100 unique trademarked designs). And yes, if you are on the East Coast, B E Selby is an authorized dealer of Western Timber Frame so don't hesitate
Hi Timothy, sorry, we don't release drawings in that sense. Each project is unique, and we do custom design work for each overhead. Also, our drawings are only schematic, so we can't take on liability for things we don't build ourselves. Sorry about that
“eric” — nikkie96
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Stephanie Ann Davis Landscape Design
HH1
Ideabooks2,800
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If you still have the info, I would love to know the colors of pebble tec and concrete stain used on the coping, as well as the tile at the water line. It's perfect for a project I'm doing now. Thanks!
could be a good hill design
pool bottom? rock is great on water wall
I like the idea that water falling from top of wall. But I would of liked to see the water flowing and get an idea what it could look like
“The rock wall” — andrewmez
Zieba Builders, Inc.
8 Reviews
Organic Inspirations
Ideabooks3,096
Questions10
what is it printed on? Canvas??? Other than framing a print, what else can be done with photos in a bathroom where they won't get ruined by the water?
There is an enclosed water closet with toilet and urinal on the wall opposite the shower (not shown in any photos)
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everyone. I'm the designer/contractor for this project, and the photo is NOT by Alyssa Monks, although her work looks similar. It is in fact Jeannie Maddox. Her website is .... Glad you like it!
That's the actual view. Wanted to make sure we captured that gorgeous view in our design. Glad you like
“Cool” — Feng Shui by Greta
Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
IdeaGarden
Ideabooks7,154
Questions4
door completely opens the new dining room to the outdoors, while its generous veranda roof shades the interior space from the western sun. This porch features an outdoor countertop and sink for washing vegetables on their way from the garden to the kitchen and table. © ...
The water falls from the gutter in "rain chains" - they are commercially available.
very tastefully designed cottage; one of the best cottages design I've studied or seen olver the years. congratulations
common disruption for freshly hatched sea turtles on the beach. The baby turtles mistakenly crawl toward the bright artificial lights instead of the water and end up dying. Florida, for one, has policies that make it illegal to constantly shine bright lights directly on the beach for that reason. If you
“Dream log home” — Joanne Dube
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Remick
Ideabooks7,908
Questions9
how did you design the concrete pavers or where did you get from ?
I'm not the designer or homeowner, but it looks like some kind of Horsetail (Equisetum).
cool but concerned with he water as well as keeping it polished looking!? we need easy maintenance.....do like the contained tall grass on left too
This does not mean that landscapes must avoid plants, using only hardscape and grass to echo the geometric shapes of the architecture.Here the planting has been carefully chosen to enhance the overall design without being overly decorative. The planting design is functional
“love!” — mrsritter
DDB Design Development & Building
DDB DESIGN Exteriors & Pools
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Questions0
Exteriors of DDB Design Development & Building Houses, Landscape Design by Landscape Architects, photography by Urban Angles.
When designing a small space with a pool there are many things that need to be considered from an aesthetic, functional and compliance point of view. Before you even think of the ‘pretty’, critical elements need to be considered, such as engineering and building-code compliance requirements. With any
500 square metres) along with access for excavation. And these issues are often amplified in a small space. Here are my top tips for successfully designing a stunning pool in a small space.
“T” — sarahjaneowens
Andrew Hinman Architecture
4 Reviews
Locomotive Ranch Trailer
Ideabooks1,624
Questions2
The house looks beautiful with all of the lights and the water is right next to it
Contact:Andrew HinmanType:Architects & DesignersAddress:601 East 49th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78751Phone:(512) 289-1223Website:andrewhinman.comLicense
homeowner has the option to draw water from the river, two rainwater cisterns provide water for showers and toilets.
family uses the property to hunt, fish and swim in the spring-fed Nueces River. Though the homeowner has the option to draw water from the river, two rainwater cisterns provide water for showers and toilets.
“Creative” — kivens64
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks19,384
Questions3
native to the Canary Islands, and what they lack in cold hardiness, they make up for in soil and moisture tolerance. Aeoniums require a little more water than most succulents do, though they are still very drought tolerant. Consider interplanting them with other Mediterranean natives or grasses. See
native to the Canary Islands, and what they lack in cold hardiness, they make up for in soil and moisture tolerance. Aeoniums require a little more water than most succulents do, though they are still very drought tolerant. Consider interplanting them with other Mediterranean natives or grasses.
Botanical name: Aeonium sppCommon names: Aeonium, houseleek treeUSDA zones: 9 and up; hardy to 25 degrees Fahrenheit (find your zone)Water requirement: Low, but prefers more watering than most succulentsLight requirement: Full sun to partial shade (full sun in cooler climates)Mature size: Varies with speciesBenefits
“love this flower” — zkpr
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