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Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
Ideabooks9,615
Questions2
regenerate habitat, and reveal wildlife patterns. Exquisitely crafted new masonry, built from an authentic palette of local reclaimed materials, gives the garden a unified, established feel. Lichen-encrusted stone retaining walls define edges, thresholds, and overlooks, and thick slabs of salvaged granite embedded
I thought this looked like white pine needles! I would love to do this to a garden path in Montana. Would it have any effect on the natural landscape to use something like this? How long would this last, and is it quite slippery
foliage. Generous in its gifts, this garden beckons visitors to enter — and remain in its presence.
hard-to-ignore interior focal point. Layered textures provide interest, even though this is a landscape with mostly foliage. Generous in its gifts, this garden beckons visitors to enter — and remain in its presence.
“stone drainage” — drock1181
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Art in Green
1 Review
Turramurra
Ideabooks8,444
Questions5
I absolutely love this garden, it's my dream to have one like this and this size.. Could I pls ask what the feature tree is on the right up the back in the planter box? It's beautiful. Hopefully it's one I can
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Yes. Correct drainage is important in all areas of the garden. Air circulation and good drainage under decks
4. A lush landscape in SydneyHere we find a garden that uses trees to create a rich and secluded outdoor space that is perfect for entertaining. In a garden like this, you can easily forget about everything going on outside your four walls.
“Flow to garden” — nxr2754
Avant Garden
4 Reviews
Mill Valley modern garden 2
Ideabooks2,057
Questions1
could use to make garden rooms
Mill Valley modern garden 2
Garden wall...Garden walls...Avant Garden
“Cyprus hedge” — alidanel
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
North and South Terraces: Gunn Landscape Architecture and Vert Gardens
Ideabooks1,652
Questions4
North and South Terraces: Gunn Landscape Architecture and Vert Gardens
North and South Terraces: Gunn Landscape Architecture and Vert Gardens Photo by: Rikki Snyder © 2012 Houzz
what kind of trees are those?
Deck low garden areas with long tiles
Just outside the kitchen is a 3,000-square-foot terrace that was designed by Gunn Landscape Architecture and Vert Gardens.
“floor” — jeremysito
Benco Construction
6 Reviews
Sims Road
Ideabooks938
Questions3
daybed — shop your house to find stuff you can use. Then finish things off with a small stool borrowed from the garden and a colorful accent wall using leftover paint.
Adjacent to the dining room are a built-in daybed and bookshelves. The light-filled addition, which leads to the garden, is the perfect spot for relaxing and reading.
bookcases, lamps or tables flanking the daybed — shop your house to find stuff you can use. Then finish things off with a small stool borrowed from the garden and a colorful accent wall using leftover paint.
“Twin bed ideas” — mbenne
Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
IdeaGarden
Ideabooks6,664
Questions3
roof shades the interior space from the western sun. This porch features an outdoor countertop and sink for washing vegetables on their way from the garden to the kitchen and table. © www.edwardcaldwellphoto.com
beautifully to illuminate walking areas. Flood lights and spotlights are very damaging to animal habitats, because they spread light directly into trees and out across the coastline. Avoid lighting mounted on a rooftop that shines outward. Spotlights in particular are a common disruption for freshly
beautifully to illuminate walking areas. Flood lights and spotlights are very damaging to animal habitats, because they spread light directly into trees and out across the coastline.
beautifully to illuminate walking areas. Flood lights and spotlights are very damaging to animal habitats, because they spread light directly into trees and out across the coastline. Avoid lighting mounted on a rooftop that shines outward.Spotlights in particular are a common disruption for freshly hatched
“wider adapters from gutters” — lydiaf
Becker Studios
7 Reviews
Traditional Home
Ideabooks2,237
Questions3
What kind of tree is the one on the left? the right?
level yard to lower level yard and walk out basement, with shade trees and under growth, with peak-a-boo view of other space.
stucco and siding...roof...stone fireplace...shape...outdoor covered space...walls...trees
garden surrounding hse
house and garden...garden and walkway...Pool and garden...Outer space/garden...mature trees
“Look and feel” — lldream
Timothy Lee landscape design
14 Reviews
Garden Gate
Ideabooks33,765
Questions13
What kid of trees did you pland along the fence? I am looking to plant something in a similar location, but sorry about the trunks getting too big. Thanks
love this garden gate....not necessary the barn like style but the arch over it, would be great to the right of the house
Portals, thresholds and doorways often define a garden space. Here, the lovely curved arbor over a garden gate reads as the positive form in the side garden. It's balanced by the solid stepping stones that will lead you farther into this softly planted
The fence behind this row of trees makes them stand out all the more. Not all fences have to be natural unstained or unpainted wood. The contrast of the dark painted fence against the bark of the trees ties in with the color of the flagstone path. Tip: Painted fencing can need more maintenance than
“gate” — rkkimsey
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