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Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
Ideabooks5,238
Questions1
What I don't want. Too much maintenance. At our age don't want that.
Mix shapes and textures. A garden bed filled with a range of shapes, from upright to gently spreading, will be more interesting than one where all the plants have the same general look. Texture
garden bed filled with a range of shapes, from upright to gently spreading, will be more interesting than one where all the plants have the same general look. Texture, too, can add interest. Soft and fluffy plants will play off those that are spikier and stiffer.
garden bed filled with a range of shapes, from upright to gently spreading, will be more interesting than one where all the plants have the same general look. Texture, too, can add interest. Soft and fluffy plants will play off those that are spikier and stiffer.Get some planting ideas to try
“Wild” — karbear17
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Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
34 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
Ideabooks6,724
Questions7
This looks very similar to a "Martha Washington" Sears kit home from the early 20th century. Do you know if it is?
Hello axtell21, thanks for your comment. It does look like the variegated weigela, but it's actually the variegated red twig dogwood, Cornus alba 'Elegantisima' - a really beauty. More on this terrific
The variegated shrub looks like variegated weigela
Green /cream leaves look good with hydrangea
in balcony wall design can be made to look like fence
This is a better take on the "classic" approach - it looks like it should be short enough to keep Caleb or Ceilidh in but also not shut out people from seeing the house.
“Porch above room on right” — cfountaine2
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Ski House
Ideabooks7,088
Questions6
uilt-in look. This fireplace is freestanding but has the look of a built-in. Add to the beauty of your unit by setting it inside a niche of its own. Tip: Tile the back wall of the recess
Could you create this look with a more efficient fireplace?
I am looking at building a room divider in our lounge and this idea has a raw wood feel to it
Built-in look. This fireplace is freestanding but has the look of a built-in. Add to the beauty of your unit by setting it inside a niche of its own. Tip: Tile the back wall of the recess
“Steel fireplace” — Trey Corley
Debbie Basnett, Vintage Scout Interiors
3 Reviews
Western Springs Living Room
Ideabooks16,825
Questions21
It looks to be extra long and antique gold which is exactly what I'm looking (without much success). I would love to know length and color, and most importantly, where it's from! Thanks in advance
Pinch-pleated drapery panels, an aged leather club chair and tailored sectional lean toward traditional until the chevron patterned rug shakes thing up. The rug's zigzag shape relaxes the prim atmosphere and makes way for other playful accents
Do you want a coffee table? If so, a simple sofa, or one with a slight L-shape is probably the best fit. If you're looking for a sofa that will be the focal point of your living room, look for rounder couch shapes that take up a bit more room and provide a lot of seating. Here's a great example of a strong
“couch” — Ja'Reneé Morgan
Julia Ryan
Contemporary Beach Living Room
Ideabooks31,944
Questions20
Look inside the fireplace. I have never seen ductwork inside a firebox before. Why is it there?
Can you share the brick size, brick color and if you that to treat the brick to get this color? Looks awesome! Thanks for your help.
Are tiles going to "age" well...smoke, soot. What is best material choice? Is plain better?
look of chairs facing out next to fireplace..........add ottomon
Like the paneling and how the brick looks
Brick with wood. Exposed brick with surrounding millwork looks timeless and can be a great way to update an older brick fireplace. The untouched brick adds a more textural contrast to a freshly painted mantel and
scheme. Alternatively, pick up a can of spray paint in your chosen hue and give mismatched finds a unifying coat of color.Tell us: Do you change up the look of your mantel each season?
“Fireplace” — alicewiley
Crisp Architects
44 Reviews
Horse Country Home
Ideabooks2,597
Questions0
rock walls & split railed fence done well here. nice look
NO this is what I do not want the rock fence to look like!
Love the natural look of the rock walls and fencing
The gardens! Oh my, I want mine to look like this.
Split-rail would like age appropriate.
“Fence?” — collins434
WORKSHOP8 architecture planning design
4 Reviews
Olsen Residence
Ideabooks2,067
Questions2
The new approach to a home in our age&style
Modern look to a house built in 70's
Very organized. Love this look.
Eclectic facade improves ranch look
modern look and redirected entry
Pebble Look
“Orange Door” — bkblake
Falcone Homes
5 Reviews
Street of Dreams 2013
Ideabooks40,522
Questions14
I love the look of this shower. So awesome! Can you tell me the size?
I am looking to do my shower the same way as you have it with the same products. Where can I buy these products? Thanks
I love this shower design. What does the rest of the bathroom look like? What kind of flooring would pair well with this?
www.zenparadise.net - looks like a stone tile we create from sliced pebbles hand harvested from Sumatra, Indonesia.
I don't like pebble look (too busy)
Master shower, we like the look
Love the look of this shower...a walk-in with no door would be great.
wonder if the pebble floor is easy to clean. Like the look.
“Shower” — sancg
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