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Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
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bucket full of lukewarm water as well as a pair of sharp trimmers. I smash the bottom of the branch with a hammer to facilitate the flow of water. Quickly strip the branch of leaves and plunge it into the bucket. If you want a bit of greenery, pick some separately. Once you're home, plunk them in anything
I have enjoyed, who had a "deprived childhood" and lost a home to a fire sounds like a soul that would be my best friend if she lived near me.
Must buy a lilac tree for my new garden
“Cores lindas!” — mafaldacampilhor
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Fountain
Ideabooks310
Questions1
water feature
Lovely water feature
garden bench...line type of home...Raised water...Haven in water
“fountain spouts” — rprince22
Johnsen Landscapes & Pools
3 Reviews
Johnsen Landscapes & Pools
Ideabooks5,710
Questions8
Im in Massachusetts so the climate is similar. What type of grass did you use? I am going to lay grass around my pool but am concerned with the water killing the grass
not that I know of..it is the standard pool water treatment where I am.
Is the salt water rougher on the mechanical parts, motors & pumps over a period of time?
Nice size and the water is a great color
I"m not crazy about the color of the water - too light I think
Pool! Maybe my heavenly home!!!
6. Sculpture and art. Don't feel like you have to relegate the sculpture garden to a different part of the property. Landscape around the pool with a sculpture garden to add a sense of meditative calm.
“Pool” — Amr Assem
California Closets
Garage
Ideabooks3,032
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floor oil stains and scrub with a stiff-bristled brush and warm water. Rinse and let dry. ◦Thoroughly sweep the floors. ◦If you want to get the floors extra clean, spray them with a hose, scrub with an old mop, rinse and sweep out excess water. Let them dry completely before bringing back any of your stuff
Today is the day for a clean sweep. ◦Remove everything from the garage, if you haven’t already. ◦Inspect the garage for signs of rodents, pests and water damage. If you find signs, make a plan to treat as needed. ◦Vacuum or sweep up dust bunnies and major dust from the corners. Wear a dust mask if you
want to use something is not a good reason to keep it. Each item you keep that you do not use, love or truly need is taking up precious space in your home and in your life, space that could be used for something more worthwhile. Give it away, sell it, pass it on … let it go.
“Storage along back” — taking
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
23 Reviews
Southlake
Ideabooks1,815
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larger river rock for water runoff
Stone path plus water
I like the rock garden.
interesting water management ideas
home 9...Water sprin...water pathwa...water feature
“fire pit” — lpeterson01
Harding Construction & Sustainable Solutions
14 Reviews
Rain Water Harvesting / Drought Tolerant Landscape
Ideabooks122
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Rain Water Harvesting / Drought Tolerant Landscape
what is the short silo shape in the front garden?
Thank you for your inquiry. That is a rain water harvesting cistern. You can see more pictures here: http://www.houzz.com/projects/288650/Rain-Water-Harvesting---Drought-Tolerant-Landscape
walkway design. Rain water collector.
“Staggered walkway” — Kevin Rost
tuthill architecture
13 Reviews
ENTRYlevelHOME
Ideabooks5,106
Questions4
very nice landscaping near front entrance, water feature there
Water feature near front door
garden & entrance...Water feature...My Cali home!...water feature
“everything” — maryferreira
Rhodes Architecture + Light
10 Reviews
Magnolia Gardens
Ideabooks6,493
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peninsula, Magnolia Gardens orients four bedrooms and bathrooms to gardens, terraces, and water views. The house's dynamic modern form opens through a glass atrium on the north and glass curtain walls on the northwest and southwest. In a spread featuring Magnolia Gardens, Northwest Home + Garden Magazine (Nov
- Completed: 2006 - Project Location: Seattle, WA - Project Size: 3,595 SF - Project Cost: $229/SF - Photographer: Michael Shopenn Magnolia Gardens is a new modern residence designed by Rhodes Architecture + Light for a site in this northwest Seattle neighborhood. The design utilized the foundations
Hello We're building a contemporary/ modern home here in the greater seattle area, and I'm wondering what type of window & manufacturer you used. Much appreciated!
“nice lines and feel” — Jamie Solivas-Dayacap
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