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Harte Brownlee & Associates Interior Design
2 Reviews
Classic Traditional Residence
Ideabooks3,067
Questions4
Flower pots with trees and flowers
The landscaping...Left side trees and hedge...Potted trees
“Interesting set up” — giaconde
David Small Designs
8 Reviews
Copper Corner
Ideabooks2,809
Questions5
like the mums around trees...love the house and landscaping...the trees...Gardens off in trees
“Color” — musiyei
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Cole Valley Hillside
Ideabooks6,923
Questions2
left side fence and trees in front. concrete slabs. Idea of a wall.
for top side under mango tree...Garden trees...Rock landscape idea...create little rooms within landscape
“Split wood and rock” — Allaina Jeffreys
Scot Ragsdale Landscape Design
Southwest Portland 2
Ideabooks36,037
Questions3
Idea for front garden planting under trees
space was allowed for the voluptuous bed behind the chairs. The trunk of the tree and the shade pattern tell us that there’s a generous canopy sheltering this
Landscaping with tall fence...Another nice shade landscape...Under 2trees in back
“Garden” — seabridge
Carolina Design Associates, LLC
15 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks12,088
Questions10
landscape idea pots w/trees at entry, walkway dormer window, shutters
flower beds and trees in planters
Southern cap cod w trees
“white dormer windows” — lowwie
Keith Zars Pools
13 Reviews
Waterfall & Spa With Beach Entry
Ideabooks9,756
Questions3
Oops! Sorry for the confusion! :) The tree roots actually aren't a problem for the pool. This is because the structural roots are cut, and the feeder
Thanks. I guess I was more worried about tree roots cracking the pool gunite
Waterfall and landscaping
“Love it” — Maddie N Umar Akinyemi
Bagnato Architects
Borell Street Melbourne Victoria Australia
Ideabooks6,520
Questions6
our house our limestone pavers keep turning dark with mildew from our landscaping irrigation.
to grow with freedom to overlap, helping to unite planting and hardscape. Trees should not overpower the design and should be planted only where there is
1930s, the period when the modernist movement in architecture ignited landscape architecture professionals to look at garden design in a new way. 1. The
1930s, the period when the modernist movement in architecture ignited landscape architecture professionals to look at garden design in a new way.1. The
to grow with freedom to overlap, helping to unite planting and hardscape. Trees should not overpower the design and should be planted only where there is
“Terraza” — Pablo Ugalde
Fratantoni Luxury Estates
11 Reviews
Beautiful Courtyard
Ideabooks2,604
Questions4
What kind of tree is that in the middle of the courtyard?
Hi Littlemissk We used a mesquite tree in this particular area. If you need help designing/building any project
the tree in th courtyard but don't want a tree there.
inset, multiple seating, landscaping to soften
flooring and couryard landscaping, trellis
I love the tree in the middle...tree planted...cutout for tree in center...tree, patio...Lights in trees...Tree b the middle
“stonework, plants layout.” — mka2015
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