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large plant but my groundcover is choking them now. How do you maintain this garden to prevent the groundcover for strangling the other plants. Thank you.
Hi This garden is spectacular! I'm trying to design a patio that is somewhat impervious and will allow water to
Thank you so much. You do beautiful work!
The plants and he brick design
Simplicity of patio. Do I need the retaining wall?
Pavers from back door to covered patio.
Here, a carpet of periwinkle borders a shady patio.Planting notes Tilling the soil with peat moss will speed up the spreading process.Space plants about 18" apart.Soak the plants and soil.Add a light cover of mulch.If you opted not to till with peat moss, fertilize.Water for a month after planting. If
Luther Paul Weber AIA, Architect
Heavy Timber Tudor
You have done a beautiful job with the exterior paints here! We are trying to select Sherwin-Williams paints for our exterior on a light red brick, tudor home. Trying to find a slate blue cornice and a lighter tone on the wood to complement. I'd appreciate any suggestions you may have, thank
Don't like how they mixed so many types of greenery together
Make window off long room into stoned in patio
traditional green and putty and red brick and grey walls
Do you know the color or brand of the brick perhaps?
Do you know the size (rough opening) of these doors? I like the look
I have the same door on my house. It's a 6' by 8' tall door. I also have one on back of house to patio that is 5'x8'.
carry brick/stone from wall to floor
Step down (could do this from kitchen to sitting room - library)
Not sure what I like but I do.
Like the brick on the patio
The two tress in th ebackground look inter-conencted. How is this technique acoomplished?
How old are the Espalier trees?Just a guess for how long we'd have to wait to get a similar result. Thanks
do not like the chairs on the brick
would love a patio set like this for the deck
as a room divider.. muscadines can do this
Espaliers are not limited to walls or fences, but they do need to grow in one plane, like the curtain of vines in this patio.
The Collins Group/JDP Design
Pool terrace with planters
What is the name/company of the brick?
I'm not so in love with this but I like how they used the brick. I'd like to use some brick since we have it in the front and it provides some continuity
possible extension of covered patio with Gable...to pools edge
Water feature my look good from main patio
use smooth stone around pool and tie into brick patio???
love the brick and stone jacuzzi
Wilmette Addition I
I love the color. I get the bricks and the Colorado I love plus the old look.
Dark wooden doors on yellow brick
brick only added on front wall where you can see
doors and perhaps some brick on side
general idea of a fence/wall around front patio - blends in well with exterior and
brown door or white door with yellow brick
I love how the roof of this very traditional home is flat, adding to the dwelling's uncomplicated elegance.
The Heglar's Kitchen
making great new spaces for homeowners like you and I may not get to answer all of your questions on Houzz. Please feel free to call me directly. I'll do my best to answer your questions then. Thank you, Jo McKeown/Great Spaces! Special Thanks to Reed Lewis Photography
I love those pendant lights but wasn't sure if I have enough distance to use them. Do you know how far apart they are? My island is only 72" long so I'm thinking they may be too big. Beautiful kitchen!
How tall are the ceilings? Thanks!
Hi. Love this space! Would you happen to have a picture of how the pantry with the regular white door is org
Love the pendants over the island. Do you have a make and model, by chance? Thank you!
how did you get the yard trim so cute
I would like to know the name of the brick
I'm sorry, I don't know the name of the brick, however, I know that it is an antique brick from Olde Castle.
We could do this along the driveway. Low shrub "fence" with rounded shrubs for "posts". Or along the front of our acreage
Bricks lined up in direction of path with perpendicular trim bricks
box edging maintaining formal lines, while creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia) has been used as a lower edging to help soften the edge with the brick paving.