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Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Paradise Valley Residence
Ideabooks10,944
Questions6
Grid-like fences (or sturdy trellises) and vines can be used in very tight spaces to provide plenty of privacy without sacrificing the delights of the garden. Fast-climbing, twining vines like clematis, honeysuckle (Lonicera spp) and akebia can provide flowers or fragrance, too.
Grid-like fences (or sturdy trellises) and vines can be used in very tight spaces to provide plenty of privacy without sacrificing the delights of the garden. Fast-climbing, twining vines like clematis, honeysuckle (Lonicera spp) and akebia can provide flowers or fragrance, too.
“Cool idea for climbing flowers” — dayner2
McCarthy Custom Homes LLC.
3 Reviews
Outdoor Living
Ideabooks8,325
Questions9
Garden shed
Love this little garden house!
Sweet little garden shed
“Clock” — pbwalsh33
Kirkpatrick Design
3 Reviews
Potomac courtyard
Ideabooks8,592
Questions4
Light in garden...pleasant sphere
like idea front garden
My summer garden...Garden lights...Garden lighting...Garden and lights
“Lighting” — joesly
Tate Studio Architects
3 Reviews
Sefcovic Residence
Ideabooks13,101
Questions7
The stone over the garden area
Inside outside garden / glass
garden area behind glass
Overlooking Garden...Indoor garden...Outdoor garden view
“The walls!” — lill300
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Cloud Street Residence
Ideabooks2,415
Questions4
:3. Living spaces. [Thomas] Church’s book Gardens Are for People (1955) espouses a pragmatic design philosophy that has forever changed
3. Living spaces. Church’s book Gardens Are for People (1955) espouses a pragmatic design philosophy that has forever changed the way we think about residential landscapes. Church believed that gardens were a logical extension of the house and should be designed with
changed the way we think about residential landscapes. Church believed that gardens were a logical extension of the house and should be designed with a homeowner’s needs in mind, launching the concept of outdoor rooms and outdoor living that is predominant today."
3. Living spaces. Church’s book Gardens Are for People (1955) espouses a pragmatic design philosophy that has forever changed the way we think about residential landscapes. Church believed that gardens were a logical extension of the house and should be designed with a homeowner’s needs in mind, launching
“paint” — Tara Donahue_III
Studio Shed
7 Reviews
10x12 Americana Photographer's Studio
Ideabooks2,321
Questions1
models is 8'6" but you can choose to add 1 or even 2 extra feet of ceiling height. Our small kit "Pinyon" sits perpendicular to the office, holding garden tools and other supplies in a 4x8 footprint. The concrete pad, which extends to serve as the interior floor as well, was poured and stained by the
Love the extra structure for the garden tools.
“What a great small space” — Lora Zamora
Bernard Andre Photography
2 Reviews
portfolio
Ideabooks3,776
Questions6
aquatic garden
garden art...garden lighting...garden sculpture...water garden
“Stepped windows in Tower” — riderhome
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Sunken Connections
Ideabooks8,103
Questions4
Stone garden wall
Sunken seating area in garden
homuds garden
“bench built into wall between higher and lower areas” — scintelle
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