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Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
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Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
help with shades. Dark brown feature wall with the rest of the room cream. Or do I just paint it all cream? Thank you for your help :)
these stairs and terraces I like. The stairs could be one piece bigger rocks, or not if cheaper to do it this
Do not like the loose sloppy rock...how to do hill in backyard?
“Piedra” — pocasgrimm
Loudon County, VA Custom Pool Design
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Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Spanish Oaks Hacienda
This house is listed in a section on pre-fab homes. How do they pre-fab stone walls,?
say there are many advantages to using a very close replica of the real thing.
flat boulders...fabulous rocks & waterway...Love the stones and boulders...of stacking rock in landscape...Do I like this...stones n boulders
“color combination” — yanieroxas
Tamar Schechner/Nest Pretty Things Inc
Wallpapered Bedroom closet
What do you use to make the paper stick?
where do you get the wallpaper pattern? very pretty :)
Utilise leftover scraps and swatches of wallpaper to create a bespoke patchwork panel. This
Who said you couldn't be creative with your doors?
piece of art. Needs some sort of frame on the right to complete that look, or do both doors.
Put leftovers to good useUtilise leftover scraps and swatches of wallpaper to create a bespoke patchwork
Patchwork. Blogger Tamar Schechner of Nest Pretty Things livened up a boring closet door with wallpaper glue and a patchwork design
Need to do this on a door with old maps
“H Z” — Evgeny Kobzev
Susan Hunter Interiors
Historic Renovation
Fence and maybe do a stairs up to gonadal type thing
Trees and rocks...Steps and boulders....Gorgeous rock and treescapes...Natural. Rocks....can we do this
“Like the woodsy idea” — chrispoull
Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
10 Reviews
More project photos. Please see us at classicnursery.com for more info
what it was, and removed two giant red cedar stumps. We have the massive rock, lol I've found the urns and I'm hoping we can just transplant our PNW ferns
the center garden. I hope they are not some special kind of fern as they do resemble what we have all over our acreage.
interesting way to use pots and plants, not many things in the ground…
“SW corner interesting combinations” — dmuse
Jim Kuiken Design
32 Reviews
How did you install the river rock into the stoop? We're considering doing this effect, except with concrete instead of tile, on
we'd pour the outsides first, let cure, then pour the middle and add the rock. Thanks!
Hello, The stone is a manufactured product by Boulder Creek Stone and is a 50-50 blend of Laner and Newbury stone in the Prairie
most realistic manufactured products I have been able to find. The small boulders along the sidewalk are natural limestone and the pebbles on the front stoop
species is a Douglas Fir and the ceiling at the entry is cedar. Unfortunately I do not recall the stain color of this project as it has been a number of years
Boulder Creek Stone and is a 50-50 blend of Laner and
Thank you. It's creative and beautiful.
“Parents front steps” — madelins
Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
9 Reviews
Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
Do you know what kind of tree that is? Anything about its requirments? Thanks
The white rock is the typical 3/4" white crushed gravel.
What size rock did you use for the Mexican beach pebbles? What kind of rock is the white
there is small black beach rock, white gravel, dg path with metal edging. I hope this helps.
Lots of squares, different rock textures, palo verde tree
combination of DG, rock and cement pads
“Landscape” — erendirad
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
Now this speaks to me! I like the gravel walkway, the rock wall, and everything else about it.
Rethink your garden floor. There are things you can do, in addition to designing your garden to attract wildlife, to add the
Boulder/Rock design...stacked rock wall...Garden rock formation...Rock sculpture....Rock sculpture...gravel path and rock walls
“japoneza” — Alexandru Simion
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