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The garden received fresh hardscape and landscaping. Bordered by rose bushes, potted boxwoods, and Camilla trees, the heart of the garden makes for a well-loved entertaining hot spot. Teak outdoor furniture, rug, and pillows all from Ballard Design maintain the classic feel of the home's interior.
“lovely payed eating outdoor” — lucarol
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Faust Construction
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Shepherds Residence
to check for anything that might go wrong (like a leak that could cause major water damage). Motion-sensing exterior lights, well-trimmed trees and bushes, and alarm systems can also help deter intruders.10 Ways to Keep Your Home Safe While You’re Traveling
“So mid-century” — Stuart Paulson
gregory lens
Gmlens Country House (Belgium)
keep going with it. That one curve doesn't have to stand alone. Flaunt more curves on the facade of your home with a climbing vine or add rounded bushes to accent the round finials.
“House colour” — meganholz
Shannon Malone
Master Bathroom
and uncle's farm. "It was the most exotic, magical, delicious experience of my young life to stand under the hot water looking out at the blackberry bushes with the smell of the Willamette River coming up over the meadow," she says."My husband showers there 364 days a year. I only use it in the summer
“tun” — Kelsey Mcbride
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
A bouquet of flowers works well too for prettying up your outdoor table — just snip a few from a nearby bush and you're good to go!
“Patio material!” — drezdinhirsch
Lucy Call
My Houzz: The Thorns
stand out. “Eventually, we would like our backyard to be a meandering forest of fruit trees, maples, birches, a pine or two, tall grasses and small bushes,” says Christi.Design team:Architects: Christopher Talvy, Hunter Gunderson and Matt Swindel, Imbue DesignContractors: Garth Hare, Benchmark Modern;
“modern home in the mountains” — bpaparo
Alexander James Interiors
Cleeves House
Bring out the bayA tough, traditional plant that can be trimmed and trained to look like a bush or a tree, bay is often used to flank a facade. Here, bay trees in tall, elegant planters add a touch of green at eye level, softening the overall
“all the trim work and the metal railing” — nitronicky
Milieu Design
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Milieu Design
ng asters and mums, or a gray-green background of blue spruce. You may also want to use it with other butterfly-attracting plants such as butterfly bush, coneflower or lantana.
“Brick n stone” — karafoulds
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