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debora carl landscape design
debora carl landscape design
HI. Yes, you should water them usually at the top so the water will trickle down. You can also purchase with recirculation unit. Here is some info - ...
and then attach them to walls by hanging them just like a piece of art. They also have these water reservoirs that attach to the top to help trickle down water. All the modules have little holes so the water slowly goes through the entire vertical garden. Go to their listing/webpage and you'll get lots
lots of info about it. Succulents and hen's and chicks work really well but I've also grown ornamental grasses (Carex comans 'Bronze') that cascade down like little waterfalls...similar to what Debora Carl has done on her beautiful "living art" piece. I hope this helps!
Braam's Custom Cabinets
Hi sallyd12, Unfortunately I'm having trouble tracking down our plans but I would guess on approximately 15 feet. I hope this is helpful! Thanks for your interest, Braam's Custom Cabinets
Hi again Shawna, We weren't able to track down this info on the paint colour. You could try contacting
Hi boarderthug, We typically use a low-sheen (15%) spray finish on all of our cabinetry. That is what has been used here! Thank you for your interest in our project, Braam's Custom Cabinets
Sorry lrhome, we weren't able to track down the information you requested. You could contact James Grant Construction directly if you're still interested. Thanks again, Braam's Custom Cabinets
wac ligthing...3" dia....low voltage... but lightolier also makes a similar can...thanks for your question..rich
info buried somewhere...i did email the home owners..but they have no idea...i need to go by and point my sherwin williams app at the walls to narrow down the options...!
Grey maple long and low cabinetry
Opaque glass panels- supports come down below the top of the wall below
Ohashi Design Studio
In the evening the garden walls are dramatically lit and the low planting wall transitions into a stone plinth for a soothing stone fountain. Photo Credit: J. Michael Tucker
would like to create something similar but we have 70' feet of fence line and I'm not sure how to create this effect without the panels getting too low by the end?
Like the lights but upside down to symbolize fallen trees
step down in privacy fence, installed up on a wall
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
Natural Waterfall & Swimming Pool
waterfall, with stones laid on top of one another in such a way as to look like a mountain cliff where water spontaneously springs from the top and cascades down the rocks. At first glance, many would miss the opportunity that such a structure provides; assuming that a fountain designed like a cliff would have
winter as well as the summer, and we also lit the pool using two types of luminaries for complimentary effects. For vegetation, we used mercury vapor down lights to backlight surrounding trees and to bring out the green color of foliage in and around the top of the rocks. For the brown color of the rocks
Can have both, low and high
Like the way it steps down
Is the fireplace exactly 72 inches wide or were the tile cut down?
I have a 78 inch space and trying to decide how to install 24 inch tile. Would it look best to cut 4 down to 19.25 inches?
Understand. So then perhaps a 3/4" solid sawn hardwood floor is the answer as you will be able to sand, stain and seal it before selling - many years down the road - or maybe a few times in a number of years.
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
The width is 5' - 6 1/2" with the high depth at 16 inches and the low depth is 24 inches.
There are a few more nooks - one for dish and drink storage tucked in under the stair, and one for microwave with more shelves and pantry items in low drawers. There is also a bookcase on the other side of the room for cookbooks. Needless to say, every inch of usable space was utilized well. Hope
The backsplash is cut from the same slab in the fabricator's shop, so the veining aligns. The thickness is cut down by a half inch for the backsplash, so 3/4" versus 1 1/4" for the counter.
Yes, I believe it really comes down to your own situation and how you use the space personally. This kitchen was custom designed to suit the owners specific needs and requirements and