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Fifth Season Landscape Design & Construction
2 Reviews
High Style Family Retreat
Fifth Season Landscape Design & Construction
I know we can't build fences, but can we use hedges for secluding area's? Esp. the "dog run" and around the front perimeter of our house?
ordinances typically prevent a fence higher than 6 feet, a large hedge can be a great way to add privacy to a yard. Chauncey Freeman of Fifth Season Landscape Design also notes that the dark color of the cedar along with the hedge’s green creates a calming effect.
“la combinación de madera con vegetación” — emma_lacayo
Airoom Architects-Builders-Remodelers
3 Reviews
Arlington Heights Home Addition and Remodel
to homeowners who love to entertain, multiple passages were created to ease circulation indoors and out, making this the ideal place to gather with friends.
Need pic of whole house. Like the dog trot.
Covers windows, bench seating, landscaped
Friends entry
“Lights for porch and garage” — renobueno
Olive Branch Integrated Outdoor Design
4 Reviews
Classic Patio Renovation
together and enjoying meals, drink, family & friends!
outdoor kitchen from landscape blocks - brilliant
This makes me feel like i'm about to sit down with friend for dinner and enjoy a cool evening on the patio.
Interesting white fence in back, wondering if it would be cheaper to use a short vinyl fence, to keep dogs out, and raised beds behind? Not sure yard is big enough for this idea, also, just realized it looks so pretty becuase of the GRASS! Wondering if
“stools at outdooor kitchen” — woodsmdj
Grants Gardens
Siesta Key Beach Front
Tropical Landscaping
Tampa friendly landscaping
Croton Landscape...Landscape/w bench...Colors in landscape
“garden” — nataliekinsella
Tate Studio Architects
3 Reviews
Whisper Rock Residence
Courtyard entrance w this height fence. Like variety of materials. Like fence opening if it had wrought iron bars to keep dog in.
Welcoming entrance to backyard entertainment space, and dogs have a window to peep out and keep an eye on the neighborhood and warn potential intruders during the rest of the week. All this while reinforcing
“wall and gate” — llfarmagency
Wagner Hodgson
4 Reviews
Wagner Residence
crushed stone sculpture court. The architecture gives way to the landscape and allows visitors to focus on nature. Keith's own large spherical sculptures dot the landscape and evoke the rolled hay bales seen across the New England landscape. Architectural Design: Keith Wagner with Birdseye Design Image
“slatted wall” — ldavis11
Wendi Young Design
Wendi Young Design
door for dog run area . . . don't need the whole casing though
Outdoor patio landscape
Nice outdoor landscape and wall
dog run entrance
“Stone & Grass” — kcj1983
Ami Saunders, MLA
5 Reviews
Mossy Stepping Stone Path
Irish landscape: tall grass and stone.
Landscaping around/between stepping stones.
Palm dog run...Dog run area
“love it” — kristin8
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