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dabah landscape designs
6 Reviews
Garden Spaces
Ideabooks51,132
Questions15
brilliant, truly. I would love to try this in front of our white pickets in the side yard. Unfortunately I'd have to plant the roses in front of the fence as well......
Can you tell me what kind of fence this is?
particular landscape. I saved this picture a year ago when I first stumbled across it and would love to duplicate this look along my white picket fence.
Where can this type of fence be perchurched?
Then you cut them back to the mother clump when they get brownish and shaggy. The neat deep green clump remains. In my perennial bed they literally cover any open space available with start ups. Dig out early! After a few years you could supply a town with lady's mantel....I do love them though..
“Fence, colors” — jkbutterbaugh
Sarah Natsumi Moore
10 Reviews
Eco Artist's House
Ideabooks1,126
Questions0
note fencing on far left which have a shelf
picnic table for kids with shade cover
I don't like the way the fence looks when it gets wet
present, it’s better for everyone if they are kept happily occupied. A few simple, creative touches can make all the difference. Try one of these: ◦Cover the tables with kraft paper and set out markers and stickers to decorate the “tablecloths.” ◦Set out buckets of sidewalk chalk for drawing on the patio
yard features a gifted picnic table with a rebuilt top and a vintage striped umbrella. Crunchy limestone gravel keeps water bills down.A tall wood fence covered in cacti and animal skulls contributes to the funky Southwest vibe the couple has crafted throughout their home, while providing some privacy in
“Swing” — rock_shahi
Great Lakes Landscape Design
Asian Inspired
Ideabooks10,019
Questions6
path and plantings and love the natural stick fence
Guide the eye toward a framed view. The fences being the same helps guide the eye, as well as the path and vegetation. But,
is to direct the eye to a beautiful framed view. In this garden the unit on the right behind the low fence is hardly noticeable, because our eyes are drawn down the path, while the matching fences become backgrounds to lush vegetation. Your turn: How do you disguise your air conditioner? Tell us in
“pathway” — lenalouie
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Jewel Box
Ideabooks16,470
Questions4
this and other wire mesh fences that are on the site... how could I obtain them?
Was the fencing stained or painted and what gauge wire hard cloth is that? I want to put that same fence up on the side of our
I would image you could get the fencing materials from your basic home improvement store or Tractor Supply. It looks like what may be known as "goat wire".
Can you please tell me where I can purchase the wire part of this fence? Thanks
bldgs connected by covered sidewalk or an expanded dog trot
wonder whether a covered walkway from garage to back of house might make shoveling easier
fence for dog run and shaved bark for bedding
Check fences for gaps and holes. If you have pets that need corralling, now is a good time to do a perimeter sweep and check for places you might need to repair. If you have dogs, pay special attention to areas where they like to dig.
“fence” — llkrelle
Liquidscapes
15 Reviews
Howard Roberts
Ideabooks1,630
Questions2
Need help deciding on a poolside fence in the country
What type of fence is this? What "wire" is used?
This pool fencing is 4' x 4" wolmanized posts in mortar, coated wire (4"x 1") mesh, with a wolmanized 1/2" x 5" top rail. I went with the most inexpensive fencing that was pool code compliant, because I always intended in hiding the fence with a evergreen (boxwoods in my case)
case) hedge. I wanted more of a garden feel. this pick is probably 7+ years old, the boxwoods are fulling grown in and at the height of the fencing.
wire and wood-post fence with good landscaping
mesh, covered by hedges. Could you also do climbing vines to cover the fence?
Pool with fence - bushes along make it look so cozy!
“similar to how i imagine porch to pool. more visibility from one to the other but same placing.” — teamralph
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
32 Reviews
Auerbach Property
Ideabooks5,161
Questions0
Outdoor Living Spaces, Custom Wood Structures, Outdoor Seating, Professionally Designed Landscape, Cedar Fencing, Gazebo, Covered Structures, Paths & Walkways, 1/4 Minus Walkway, Flagstone Hardscaping, Decking, Tile Hardscaping
example of separate deck on side with cover
FIREPIT AND TWO COVERED AREAS ONE OPEN THE OTHER CLOSED
like the idea of covering half the pool, the spa side
hmmm! lower level deck(s) in plan could be covered. would fit well with water feature.
separate but integrated spaces covered space
walk to with bridge and cover
landscape and cover over eating area
“like the idea of covering half the pool, the spa side” — miley413
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Curved House
Ideabooks2,748
Questions2
IS THIS FENCE MADE OUT OF PALLETS?
Is this fencing slats composed of metal?
wood fence; ipe with metal posts.
Wood Fence Design with metal posts, Front Glass Wall
A fence like this might be cool for the
open airy fence with stainless posts set close on center
see through fence slats
covering the outside
Air conditioner cover
Horizontal fence line
separated rails on the fence
horizontal slat fence
ac unit cover...Brick Fence...The fence...Slat style fence...I like the fence...fence gate...Open Fencing...Modern fence...ac cover...wood fencing...A/C cover...horizontal fence...wood fencing
“cool” — Tremeshia Ellis
Pete Veilleux, East Bay Wilds
Vitis californica
Ideabooks139
Questions0
Example of a grape vine growing over and entry pergola and low fence - this would work well with the new entry into the edible garden and low fence.
a trellis or another support in order to climb. Alternatively, you can plant the grape as a ground cover. It will actively spread, so be sure you have plenty of room if you choose to do so.
grape is adaptable to different soils and sun exposure and, once established, is also adaptable to lower water. Give it plenty of space on a wall, fence or arbor next to its planting site. Tendrils reach, grasp and hold as the vine grows. The vines are easy to direct. During the growing season, move
“Vines” — nicov75
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