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GIL WALSH INTERIORS
Halpert at the Vineyard
luv how its on the water
Outside view to water.
Home on the water....dream!!!
Large dormer...house by the water...water views
Steve Masley Consulting and Design
JD Garden, Hillsborough
VEGETABLE IRRIGATION SYSTEM Before You Buy If your edible garden is relatively compact and level, your watering needs are fairly uniform and your water pressure isn’t too high, a prepackaged drip irrigation kit designed for vegetable gardens will probably have everything you need
Easy access to plants and self watering drip system
Before You BuyIf your edible garden is relatively compact and level, your watering needs are fairly uniform and your water pressure isn’t too high, a prepackaged drip irrigation kit designed for vegetable gardens will probably have everything you need
Despite its low water requirements, the garden is lush and full with the sound of trickling water. The flagstone areas continue the circle theme and no-maintenance decomposed granite acts as a foil to the robust foliage and flowers. Before this renovation there was a pool which left no living space but
Looks good. No mowing. Water can seep into ground.
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
A recently completed country French estate in Dallas, Texas. This home features expansive gardens, stone walls, antique limestone paving, a raised pool, a putting green, fire pit and lush gardens with relaxing shade and blooming shrubs
Love the small features...Love that the pool is a sitting area too!
like large blue shutters, nice details
Flat dormer large horizontal. Windows shutters and wooden brackets... Put some beside upper dormer window
Scott Brinitzer Design Associates
An Arlington Residence
The path dividers and feature
landscape feature...Large palm plant
Phil Kean Design Group
This contemporary home features clean lines and extensive details, a unique entrance of floating steps over moving water, attractive focal points, great flows of volumes and spaces, and incorporates large areas of indoor/outdoor living on both levels. Taking aging in place into consideration, there
to the existing guest house which was accomplished with a center garden and floating step walkway which mimics the main home’s entrance. The garden features a fountain, fire pit, pool, outdoor arbor dining area, and LED lighting under the floating steps.
limestone with heated floors and large windows...
Decker Bullock Sotheby's International Realty
Stinson Beach Modern Retreat
choice to live in complete privacy on this one acre retreat. This home includes Miele appliances, Thermadore refrigerator and freezer, an entire home water filtration system, kitchen and bathroom cabinetry by SieMatic, Ceasarstone kitchen counter tops, hardwood and Italian ceramic radiant tile floors using
spaces within an open floor plan and feature spectacular views from every room. The expansive home, decks and patios presents the most beautiful sunsets as well as the most private and panoramic setting in all of Stinson Beach. One of the home's noteworthy design features is a peaked roof that uses Kalwall's
the hill at Stinson Beach, the design of the residence is site friendly, using materials and finishes that meld into the hillside. The landscaping features low-maintenance succulents and butterfly friendly plantings appropriate for the adjacent Monarch Butterfly Preserve. Recalibrate your dreams in this
and pathways, with antique decorative accessories heightening their old-world feel. Special nooks and hideaways, coupled with the sound of cascading water in fountains, create a serene environment, while delicate lighting in planter boxes makes the garden perfect for early evening strolls.
Very English and cozy; busy with flowers restrained by low boxwood hedging. But this is not William Morris’ style of garden — it takes its design features from the later Edwardian gardeners, such as Gertrude Jekyll.
I love it because the size looks just about right for a retirement home, not too big but not too terribly small. After living in a very large home for over 35 years, we now need something smaller and easier to take care of yet still have room for visitors.