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Home & Garden Design, Atlanta - Danna Cain, ASLA
16 Reviews
Enjoy this pathway. It's easy to walk on and pretty too!
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patrol, so paths to explore are as much fun for them as they are for people
Add some paths. Dogs love to prowl and patrol, so paths to explore are as much fun for them as they are for people.
Add some paths. Dogs love to prowl and patrol, so paths to explore are as much fun
6. Add some paths. Dogs love to prowl and patrol, so paths to explore are as much fun for them as they are for people.
"Add some paths. Dogs love to prowl and patrol, so paths to explore are as much fun for them as they are for people."
to prowl and patrol, so paths to explore are as much fun for them as they are for people.
6. Add some paths. Dogs love to prowl and patrol, so paths to explore are as much fun for them as they are for people.
“backyard” — ssduncan
Kristen Rudger Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Water Features
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the sense of order would be lost. Additionally, it adds texture and draws the eye through the space, inspiring childlike exploration. After all, the whimsical garden begs to be explored.
sense of order would be lost. Additionally, it adds texture and draws the eye through the space, inspiring childlike exploration. After all, the whimsical garden begs to be explored.More: What Kind of Gardener Are You? Find Your Archetype
“Grass substitute, colors” — slg1
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
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are places tailor made for independent thinking and exploring. Where does that path go? What’s over there? Where can I go that no one will find me?
Read this article, very interesting about kids exploring the outdoors.
mystery. Twists and turns, a hidden path, a tree-lined alley, a corner hidden by shrubs — these are places tailor made for independent thinking and exploring. Where does that path go? What’s over there? Where can I go that no one will find me?
mystery. Twists and turns, a hidden path, a tree-lined alley, a corner hidden by shrubs — these are places tailor made for independent thinking and exploring. Where does that path go? What’s over there? Where can I go that no one will find me? See how to design a garden that flows and intrigues
“zone 3 idea” — joany
Lucid Land Studio
eclectic garden
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trees in the background begs exploration.
Lucid Land StudioSave to IdeabookEmail Photo These boulders are a great place to rest out in the garden. Their mass adds to the palpable experience of the well-planned garden, and the scrim of trees in the background begs exploration.
and the scrim of trees in the background begs exploration.
These boulders are a great place to rest out in the garden. Their mass adds to the palpable experience of the well-planned garden, and the scrim of trees in the background begs exploration.
to rest out in the garden. Their mass adds to the palpable experience of the well-planned garden, and the scrim of trees in the background begs exploration.
out in the garden. Their mass adds to the palpable experience of the well-planned garden, and the scrim of trees in the background begs exploration.
“Boulders” — lorrainer
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
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to reduce your child’s screen time and increase time in the great outdoors. You can begin by providing a safe outdoor area for your little ones to explore. Having large windows or glass doors looking onto the backyard (see idea No. 1) can let you keep an eye on kids from the house.
to reduce your child’s screen time and increase time in the great outdoors. You can begin by providing a safe outdoor area for your little ones to explore. Having large windows or glass doors looking onto the backyard (see idea No. 1) can let you keep an eye on kids from the house.15 Ideas for a Children’s
“Farm garden” — tkshields
Glenn Layton Homes
3 Reviews
HGTV Smart Home 2013
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Taupe SW7038. http://www.sherwin-williams.com/homeowners/color/find-and-explore-colors/paint-colors-by-family/SW7038/ And the Front Door is Reflecting Pool SW6486. http://www.sherwin-williams.com/homeowners/color/find-and-explore-colors/paint-colors-by-family/SW6486-reflecting-pool/sherwin williams tony
the Front Door is Reflecting Pool SW6486. http://www.sherwin-williams.com/homeowners/color/find-and-explore-colors/paint-colors-by-family/SW6486-reflecting-pool/
“And the Front Door is Reflecting Pool SW6486. http://www.sherwin-williams.com/homeowners/color/find-and-explore-colors/paint-colors-by-family/SW6486-reflecting-pool/”
“Blue to deter bugs in overhang.” — ísARK Studio
ROOMS & BLOOMS
4 Reviews
Windy Brae
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a pop of colour to one or two articles such as the door in the picture will add interest and draw the eye to that feature or entice the viewer to explore another part of the garden. When decorating your outdoor space many of the same rules apply as with inside the home. Just think of your garden as a
this garden gate? The glimpse of red foliage draws the eye into the garden, and the lawn seems to lead beyond it to the left, inviting the viewer to explore.
lovely scene within. With thoughtful planning and placement of plants, the designer has created a spectacular visual treat that invites further exploration. The fence and doorway may be entirely functional, but they define and frame the way one observes the garden.
“Doorway outside” — dtrickett
M/I Homes
4 Reviews
M/I Homes Of Cincinnati: Carriage Hill, The Creeks - Avalon Model
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Little Explorer bedroom... bunkbeds, Wall Poster and Ceiling
Explore sign
“hanging idea” — sofiathebest
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