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Eberlein Design Consultants
Chester County Cottage
great way to hide an ordinary mailbox
I love the hidden mailbox in the privet!
can't hit mailbox with ballbat
Loudon County Interior Design Firm
We created our interior design and redecorating firm to show people that their dream house is attainable. Our true passion is to create a home that is functional and beautiful.
Marc Julien Homes LLC
112 NE 7th Street
Street Mailbox...Mailbox post
Tim Davies Landscaping
Where I can buy similar mailbox?
Landscaping, Stairs, modern mailbox
cement base mailbox...The Mailbox
Dallas, TX: James & Lynsey Purl
Where did you find the mailbox?
Mailbox for playhouse
Period Architecture Ltd.
We worked with the homeowners on the porch addition and unfortunately are unsure where the mailbox was from or if it was custom created.
Where is the mailbox from?
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
Kikuchi & Associates Landscape Architecture
I love the materials you used in the walkway, planters/mailbox, and the path. Details please!
All the materials are Arizona Sandstone. The pavers are 1-1/2" thick set on a concrete base slab. The walls and mailbox are constructed out of cement block with a ledger style sandstone veneer. The pots are custom with a colored concrete additive to be complimentary
Notice painted brick color and trim Windows Mailbox Planter boxes
Add architectural elements to the landscape. Accentuate plantings with large raised beds and a matching mailbox post. Notice how the three brick structures create a triangle and balance the pathway; all three elements working together to draw your eye to the front door.
Richmond, 1930's refurbishment
Turquoise door with brick door looks cool
Love the mailbox the same color
The cool color of the door
here. Sweep your porch or stoop, including the siding, and wash the exterior windows at the front of your home. Using a soft cloth, wipe down your mailbox, doorbell, porch lights and front door.Decluttering tasks: Remove everything that doesn’t belong on the porch and find another home for it. Toss dead