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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
will protect the burner itself (and the drippings will probably just burn off), but you might want to be prepared to do a little cleanup after a hot dog or marshmallow roast.
friendly place...Backyard deck
“Love it” — ecs421
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Red door w/ lights that dogs can't get thru
options and weighed the risks before committing to sublet your place. Set the guidelines that make you feel comfortable — for instance, only allowing a friend or someone you know personally to stay in your home. And if the whole idea makes you nervous? Just don’t do it.Tell us: Have you ever sublet your home
“front door” — Catherine Kasparian
Crisp Architects
44 Reviews
Massachusetts Farm House
nice door, nice mud room but ours needs to be bigger...this plus spot for dog stuff and motorcycle stuff..guns cabinet space woud be nice in there too.
nice rear entry from garage or from outside (backyard)
budget friendly breezway/mudroom idea
“Coat rack and bench is all I need” — stollers
Mihaly Slocombe
4 Reviews
Hill House
bridge in Queensland and milled into boards.See more of this eco-enhancing houseMOREGreening Your Home: 10 Way to Create an Eco-Friendly Work SpaceMy Houzz: Family- and Eco-Friendly Design in the Adelaide Hills11 Ways to Save Water (and a Little Money While You’re at It) at HomeEco-Clever Ways to Embrace
An example of too much variation in color of wood flooring. However, the dog has just the right amount of color variation!
“PArquet” — lenashyn
Jute Interior Design
7 Reviews
Champagne Cellar
Tidy, dog friendly, rug
Rustic dog friendly
“Wood” — sherigerhardt
Just Jill! Interiors
7 Reviews
Mc Master Renovation
drapery and soft treatments. The Duvet fabric is my favorite solution: Sunbrella fabric! My homeowners sleep with their dogs (so do I!) so we needed something that would be pet friendly as well as beautiful. The greenery on the side platforms are Bonsai trees. Thank you again for your kind words. It's
“Pendent lighting” — jlzerickson
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
The Sandberg Home
LeatherAccidents and spills wipe up with ease on the only furniture material that looks better with wear. But while leather is great for homes with dogs and children, cat lovers may want to avoid it, as there’s no way to repair a shredded leather couch. If leather isn’t in your budget, consider microsuede
a damp cloth, so you can easily deal with even the muddiest paws.Leave it: Hide rugsNot only can spills and pet stains permanently mar it, but some dogs have trouble distinguishing a hide rug from their rawhide chew. It’s also a no-no in high-traffic areas, as the hair thins with wear.
Amanda, owner of On Holiday Design, seamlessly combines budget-friendly items, upscale splurges and flea market finds throughout the home. She's mastered the art of layering bright color into a cool, neutral palette to create an eye-catching, inviting space.Rugs: Ikea; couch and chair: Restoration Hardware;
“buoys in frames” — torchlakegirl
Graham Design and Construction
1 Review
Green roof garden shed
love this idea for kennel in my back garden: i have 4 dogs of varying sizes and could finish in cedar to match fencing (house in London) Do you have suggestion of dimensions?
Add a green roofMake your shed more environmentally friendly by installing a green roof planted with shallow rooting plants such as small succulents and groundcovers. They will help clean and slow stormwater runoff as it hits the roof, while also insulating the space below. You’ll need to insert a rubber
“Cute” — Jody Duncan
Looking for a dog friendly backyard relatively barren good green space
My sweet dog runs the perimeter of the fence and I have a bit of a drainage problem what you think..
Making my back porch a bit more friendly and inviting.
Getting ready to pour a 360 sq ft patio for our backyard outdoor living space. The patio is going include an outdoor grilling area, fire pit or fireplace,...
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