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Gary Gladwish Architecture
6 Reviews
Eagle Ridge
Crazy question...is the moss garden living? any details would be great
The floors throughout the house are concrete with a light acid etch finish and integrated radiant heating.
solar tubes for natural light, stone walls and floors for geo thermal.... stamped vertical concrete?
Rocks and Zen Moss feature, the stone on the walls.
We Love the walls and the floor, the slight asian influence, we wouldn't have the moss garden.
A moss garden enriches the main bathroom. Marie wanted the space to be like a grotto, but Gladwish went for a not-too-literal interpretation with slate tiles.The countertop and the bath and shower ledge are actually bulletproof glass that Gladwish salvaged from a bank. He kept the glass for years before
“bathroom like i'd like” — pamelanne6
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Urban Landscape
19 Reviews
Urban Landscape Design & Construction
how can i get those light on my patio?
Love the lights. How are try installed. Are they cut into the wood or
Could you please provide specific manf/model for in-beam lights? Thx!
What kind of lights are used in the beams?
detail/section of the recessed lighting in the 6x8 rafters? Is there a premade lighting system that you installed or did you make this up? If so, how did you accomplish this? Thank you!
In the 6x8 rafters, you had to core drill a hole in order to install the can lights?
You may also use "puck" fixtures with a LED or xenon light source.
What kind of lights are recessed in the beams?
Can you tell me how the hockey puck lights are wired?
corbels match the residence roof eave corbels. Yes there are small recessed L.C.D. can lights in the rafters. Note: see attached photo for reference (different project however) The Landscape Contractor that installed the project (question by kathyhess) is: Urban Landscape and Design. Contact: Ryan
“Pergola” — dompete
Dave Adams Photography
4 Reviews
Garden House
French inspired garden home by landscape architect David Gibson. Architectural & Interior Design Photography by ...
The chairs are I think Pauchard French Garden Patio Chairs
love the sound of rocks under the shoes
Example of plain rock as ground cover
Has a French garden theme, very idealistic
I want a dining area like this in the back yard - with the little rocks.
Love the rocks under the table
eating area near the house is convenient, consider moving it slightly away, into another spot in the landscape. You'll discover a whole new view of your garden.
“Fun French garden colors” — elliegb
Design Focus Int'l Landscape Architecture & Build
3 Reviews
Rose Garden
Would look nice in the front garden/patio
Redesign raised bed by side garden gate.....Alegria property
cool idea with brick over the gate entrance- except with rock maybe?
Raised bed with statue, planting and lighting.
Not as untamed looking as I'd like, but the garden door...
Build up garden boxes near gate
I'm in love with this "secret garden" door and wall ❤️❤️
g boundaries.In this garden, an invitation is definitely required.
Have fun with garden artHave you spotted the lovely (if somewhat stony-faced) lady lurking in the shrubbery? She adds an air of mystery and timelessness to this pretty walled garden. Be bold with your garden accessories – unexpected
Create a private entrance. The romantic garden is not open to everyone. Unlike the garden of the extrovert, where the gate may be transparent and open, the entrance to the romantic garden is solid and private. The gate comes with a lock. Softening this hardscape with
“Curved wall” — ls1chev350
Phillips Garden
Like low maintenance succulent rock garden
Ideas for butterfly garden
Light green...rock garden plants...Rock garden...rock & sedum...rock wall...Phillips Garden
“Texas” — Nigel M
Soloway Designs Inc.
37 Reviews
Southwest Contemporary
are the stair lights wired up or battery or solar operated? where from
directly organic. I have ideas on lighting. I like the exterior foyer! Those plants need to be watered after a rain fall, the luster is enhanced from above light through the transoms. And I see an opening on the curved roof to wall allows for airflow, nice touch. Pocket lights are intelligent, out of the
completed before LED exterior lighting became popular and economical. These are FX lights. They pull out from their housing for access and changing the bulb. The wiring and locations have to be set prior to concrete being poured.
Where can I purchase the stair lighting? thx
impact in terms of efficiency? Any other factors to consider? Somebody pointed out the other day to me that some of these glass walls could crack if a rock went flying at it say from a lawn mower or something. In any case, we are in process of coming up with the high-level of what type of house we want
“Entrance” — venisee
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
beautiful . I really like the garden
love this. especially color variation. rocks in between hardscape better - less irrigation
Maybe add a few large rocks
The collector's garden. Sometimes a single plant captures your fancy; sometimes it's a family of plants. Either way, feature that passion in your garden design. In this case, it's a mix of succulents, thoughtfully placed to highlight the uniqueness of each type of plant while still fitting together in
“Kalanchoe Luciae-paddle plant” — awking
Kristen Rudger Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Water Features
Are the light blue flowers pansies?
cutting hummocks, thinning, dislikes waterlogging, feces, fertilizing. It's better to use this Scotch Moss for a small area, rockeries or a Japanese garden.
happy space. One of my favorite garden spaces!
This picture shows colour. Colour is the reflection of light from a source, and as we see of course there are many different colours in this picture.
This garden totally gives off a fantasy/ science
n. After all, the whimsical garden begs to be explored.
Scotch moss... Maybe good between the rocks? Or along the sidewalk?
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
“Whimsical. I wanna walk here!” — sylviasylv
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