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Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
7 Reviews
Hillgrove
Ideabooks5,624
Questions8
love the stones with grass in between. love the pool
Grass on one side and hard scape on other
shade structure off of house then transitions to pool
Shade porch
“Planter wall” — dockkatie
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Summerour Architects
2 Reviews
The Cliffs Vineyards
Ideabooks1,585
Questions4
Hi I really like these shades can you tell me where they are from?
Where are these shades from?
sea grass - ideas for our beach house
mix in sea grass and rattan for texture and coastal style
Sea Grass Headboard, Honey Weave
Shade of green
“wood wall” — esperrin
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks17,904
Questions3
little more water than most succulents do, though they are still very drought tolerant. Consider interplanting them with other Mediterranean natives or grasses.
25 degrees Fahrenheit (find your zone) Water requirement: Low, but prefers more watering than most succulents Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade (full sun in cooler climates) Mature size: Varies with species Benefits and tolerances: Soil tolerant; more tolerant of moisture than other succulents
Love the different shades of green
more water than most succulents do, though they are still very drought tolerant. Consider interplanting them with other Mediterranean natives or grasses. See how to grow Aeonium
25 degrees Fahrenheit (find your zone)Water requirement: Low, but prefers more watering than most succulentsLight requirement: Full sun to partial shade (full sun in cooler climates)Mature size: Varies with speciesBenefits and tolerances: Soil tolerant; more tolerant of moisture than other succulentsSeasonal
“nice arrangement of succulents in planters.” — caedmon
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks4,956
Questions3
No grass option
No grass, swing/trellis
shaded area...No grass...Shade garden...Shades of green
“Ideas for backyard entry” — loveinya
Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
Fish Creek Compound Guest House
Ideabooks2,336
Questions3
Use of boulders and unmowed grass
NO rock directly in grass
of the guesthouse reveals its classic shed form, common to iconic Wyoming ranch buildings. The steeply pitched roof sheds snow in winter and casts shade during warmer months.
shade idea
“Casa con un techo” — esneyder
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Eclectic Estate
Ideabooks16,485
Questions7
Striped grass on edge of path
path, ferns, grasses, trees, greenery
shade to partial sun
Shade plants
“Stone path” — angmarti
Anna Looper
Craftsman exterior
Ideabooks11,336
Questions6
I like the flowers on the inside of the walk. The grass on the other side compliments the busier flowers and offers a relief to the eyes. I would probably add a small circle of flowers around the lamp's base
as in this case is that the tree is planted far too close to the residence. In a short number of years the adjacent sun loving perennials will be in shade and struggling and the gutters will be full of leaves each and every year. One of the most common mistakes we see when homeowners develop gardens
Deciduous Tree in front yard to shade window
“flowers” — care4415
Modern Bedroom
Ideabooks6,129
Questions4
Davison. "I know you'll want to finish quickly, but rolling across will just leave marks. Finish one section and on to the next — a little like cutting grass." Use at least two coats before moving on.
the color you're considering on your existing wall. Look at it in natural light, in artificial light and at night. "Light colors, such as pastels and shades of white, require significant natural light for the color's natural undertones to shine through," says Jackie Jordan, director of color marketing at
Davison. "I know you'll want to finish quickly, but rolling across will just leave marks. Finish one section and on to the next — a little like cutting grass." Use at least two coats before moving on.
“Nightstand” — saquino8
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