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148,575 dahlia garden Home Design Photos
Sudbury Design Group
Cool that it's not even on one side. could suit our garden edge.
rocks in garden and clean steps
Zen garden...garden and stairs
Garden and exterior colour
Front garden street landscaping
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
Rock garden...front rock garden
Tracie Ellis' Home
7 ways to make a garden
Use the front yard for gardening.
2. Use the front yard. Though the front garden is rarely a neglected space, its function is constantly called in to question. Curb appeal looms large in front yards, but that’s not all they offer. Consider bringing some gardening and outdoor living front and center. Instead of building
Mid-century homes had large windows and sliding doors, open-plan living and interconnected living spaces, along with sheltered courtyards and spacious gardens. WHY WE LOVE IT: Form followed function in Mid-century homes – no superfluous ornament or decorative flourishes. Instead, they were chic, classic and
roof of garden
love the style of garden
Water garden...garden fountain
Love the garden and space to entertain
Beautiful outdoor garden patio
garden shed end latice
Saint Dizier Design
Guest House Living Room
Opening to a private garden, the guesthouse living room is a secluded escape for guests and allowing their hosts privacy as well. Architect: Hugh Huddleson
Downstairs family room opening up to front garden
japanese garden patio
opening to walled garden
opening to garden, pavers
Backyard Bath House
that are laid horizontally on a packed gravel base. That makes it heavy enough to lay fairly flat, but for extra stability I found some 2' long metal garden stakes that I pounded into the ground at regular intervals around the deck, the stakes are attached to the 4x4 posts.
Bathe al fresco in a sunny yellow bathtub. What a cute addition to a private garden.
changes in our climate, the boundaries for what can be grown in cooler areas are constantly changing. If you create the right microclimate in your garden, providing plenty of sun, shelter and warmth, you’ll be surprised at what can be grown in even the coldest regions.