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Scott Brinitzer Design Associates
1 Review
Northern Arlington Residence
another great plant instead of lawn. is creeping liriope different than the one I have growing
border between neighbors and then plant with lariope or tall grasses or combo
access may best be served by this low-maintenance solution. Once established, a mass of ground cover has a simple, calming effect. Proper plant selection will eliminate mowing, reduce water consumption and drastically reduce the need to fertilize — saving you time and money.Choose a plant with multiseason
periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus, zones 4 to 9), creeping thyme (Thymus praecox, zones 4 to 9) or snow-in-summer (Cerastium tomentosum, zones 3 to 9).More plants for your pathways
“Love this grass!” — gsano
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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Michael Abrams Limited
21 Reviews
Seeley Living Room A
Michael you are so gifted at what you do. I am curious about the runner in this space. What did you use? What do you typically use and recommend for stairs with high traffic volume that will stand the test of time and wear well
What would be the best red to go with Shaker Beige?
shutters. I would to create a bright airy openness to the bedroom. The green could come in the form of decorative bed pillows or adding some live plants.
I agree with loving the clor of the walls. Do you recall the color of the walls? Thank you for your time in advance
Thank you so much for your time, I truly appreciated.
How many times do you have to repeat BM Shaker Beige! Sheesh!!!! lol :-)
I could be your shadow! Would love to know your knowledge. I am just starting out on my own and experimenting with color combinations. I have a hard time working with existing oak trim and putting colors on the walls with it. Coming from the east coast, almost all trim was white. The oak throws me.
“love of colour” — sybilmk
Pickell Architecture
Classical Kitchen
We are considering a floor and cabinets in the same colors. We are trying to figure out what is best for the stairs that are nearby. How did you stain your stairs (newel posts, stairs, risers, spindles, railing, etc.). Did you just do all of them
been looking for a replacement window and I'm looking for some ideas for construction and also price. Can anyone recommend what type of window would be best. There don't seem to be a lot out there.
Can you tell me where to find Silverado grout? I'm having a hard time finding it in the Chicago area. Thank you.
I have plenty of etchings - just no stains. We just consider the etch spots as "patina" that's developing over time. Only way to prevent etching on marble is to have it treated with a
“Subway tile backsplash” — jschmelter
david phillips
4 Reviews
newton 2 residence - family room - dpdk.50
why is there no art on these walls, no plants or books anywhere?
owner desired to have the piece installed. The want time to confirm the locations of each piece, before installation. In this photograph, the wall surface is a textured grass cloth, so they wanted to be sure of the location. In this photograph, "the plants" are either out of site, for photography, of located
the coffee table. The "books" were moved for the photography, and soon went back the areas not shown. The owners, at this point of time, have "artwork", "books", and "plants" within this family room. All in all, now that the owners have been in the house over two years, it appears "lived-in"......
. The project was completed late in 2007 I do not have the contact of the interior decorator, who provided the furniture. My best suggestion is to select and print the best photo, then bring it to your fabric supplier, who may be able to help you find a similar fabric.
“living room” — karafalcon
Jeff King & Company
7 Reviews
where did you buy the little plants above door? Are they real?
the project vendors have access to that information at this time. Best of luck!
Our apologies for the late response. Thank you very much for your interest, although only the project vendors have access to that information at this time. Best of luck!
“Macetas sobre el marco” — anacatalina
Dlux Images
Armonk New York
Feeding: Fertilize every month in the growing season, or as infrequently as two to three times per year. Overfertilizing can cause brown tips on the leaves.Repotting: Because ponytail palm requires dry soil, it is best to let it become root bound before repotting. When repotting is absolutely necessary,
Provide bright indirect light to full sunshine. Any window space indoors, particularly one facing north, is suitable. For optimum performance full sun is best.Watering: Moderate to low water. Water thoroughly once every two to three weeks, depending on whether it receives full sun. Keep the soil fairly dry
use a pot that is only an inch or two wider than the previous pot. Repotting into a large pot results in the plant suddenly getting too much water at once, which can damage growth and health, not to mention cause root rot.Origin: Mexican desert, Belize and Guatemala. In its native habitat, flowers appear
“The floor!” — Angelo Inanoria
Scott Allen Architecture
Cliff House outdoor entertaining area
product. I usually specify that all surfaces be coated prior to installation, and that another coat be applied after the product has been in place some time, to coat all the little cuts etc. that happen during installation and to give the wood better protection. The balance is to find the right level of
the profile is about 6" center to center, with a rabetted lap that allows water to run off and keep a square (rather than beveled) profile. All the best, Scott Allen, Scott Allen Architecture.
dramatically depending on other adjacent tones, the nature of natural light in your area, solar orientation, etc. so I always recommend "sneaking up" on the best solution by trial and error on a case by case basis.
“The industrial tone and rustic appeal” — Drew Burge
Myriam Payne
3 Reviews
Gazebo and Pool Patio
Wonder how all this fabric will be looking in a year's time?
like the drapes in the background - possibly do this by diving board or by roses
plants, seating. accessories
Potted plants by gazebo
container plants...potted plants
“Furniture” — sammyo
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