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Moger Mehrhof Architects
6 Reviews
Bragg Hill
Ideabooks2,289
Questions3
between the meadow and the woods, the lower level has walk-out access to the yard. The views are vast, and in the winter they take in the pastoral landscape of the Brandywine River Valley, dotted with picturesque barns. The site is so private that, yes, that’s an outdoor shower you see on the left — no
between the meadow and the woods, the lower level has walk-out access to the yard. The views are vast, and in the winter they take in the pastoral landscape of the Brandywine River Valley, dotted with picturesque barns. The site is so private that, yes, that’s an outdoor shower you see on the left — no
“huge barn style house” — plaidpony
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks15,399
Questions7
container garden is a perfect way to benefit from the beautiful flowers and herbs that flourish in the summer. Choose a large pot like this for a landscaped effect using multiple plants, or create a grouping of smaller pots.
“colors” — ccadoc
New Mood Design LLC
6 Reviews
New Mood Design
Ideabooks2,004
Questions1
The entryway foreshadows much of what awaits inside. "The colors [of the stone] reminded me of the Colorado landscape — mining towns, earth, rock, mountains and sky," McAlear says. "Also it was the most clean-cut, flat and rectangular stone they had." All of these
the third floor and work our way down.The entryway foreshadows much of what awaits inside. "The colors [of the stone] reminded me of the Colorado landscape — mining towns, earth, rock, mountains and sky," McAlear says. "Also it was the most clean-cut, flat and rectangular stone they had." All of these
“Totally love this door” — suzedoov
ibrahim radwan
utopia projects
Ideabooks3,768
Questions8
Think about the visual effect you want. Mull over your home's relationship to the street and the landscape. Does it sit back from the road or amid a cluster of large, towering trees? You might choose a slightly lighter or brighter color so that it stands
Think about the visual effect you want. Mull over your home's relationship to the street and the landscape. Does it sit back from the road or amid a cluster of large, towering trees? You might choose a slightly lighter or brighter color so that it stands out. Conversely, a darker hue can make it appear
“Archway” — mojoazzi
Lotus Gardenscapes
5 Reviews
An Urban Oasis
Ideabooks3,634
Questions3
more like its own living room. “Stylistically, you want to pick up on colors and textures that tie the two spaces together,” says Amber Freda, a landscape architect in New York. “Make it more than just a couple of chairs and a dining table. A plain dining table with wooden chairs won’t entice you to
“Vertical Herb garden” — jbankstahl
Richardson Architects
13 Reviews
Bathhouse
Ideabooks2,010
Questions3
homeowners,” Richardson says. This included tucking it out of view from the main house, and making sure it related to the other buildings and the landscape. The tents, which sit on platforms also built by Grandpa, are sited nearby, as is a former dairy barn, where the family gathers to watch movies.
homeowners,” Richardson says. This included tucking it out of view from the main house, and making sure it related to the other buildings and the landscape. The tents, which sit on platforms also built by Grandpa, are sited nearby, as is a former dairy barn, where the family gathers to watch movies.
“Rails & wide stairs” — mleabruce
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Ideabooks6,776
Questions5
That scenery, perfect green landscape, beautiful exterior color on the house, ah!
pool are perfect for days when you feel like just being partially submerged. The steps, the view and the way the arch frames the entire backyard and landscape make this pool image one of my favorites.
“Everything” — naomiasiacha
ARCHIA HOMES
16 Reviews
Pool
Ideabooks9,291
Questions9
e, repetition, scale, visual and tactile texture and pattern. All of these elements are important whether we're talking art, interior design or landscaping.
“X” — jfasolino
Need landscape architect to help us with our landscape in St Croix.
The house sits on a hill. The lot (incl house) is .71 acres. We have a vision of what we want [down to the exact plants] but have been unsuccessful with...
I am looking for a corten bollard style landscape light
that is made in the US or available in the US market - can you help?
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