37,249 less-care Home Design Photos

Amy Renea
Spring Garden
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Gorgeous and apparently easy to care for
I love roses and the less care they need the better
FOUNDATION PLANT IDEAS There are a few characteristics your foundation plants should have: • Fairly fast-growing • Disease and pest resistant • Easy to care for • Propagate easily • Blend easily Basically, you want a plant
Knock out roses easiest roses to take care of
foundation of your new garden.There are a few characteristics your foundation plants should have:• Fairly fast-growing• Disease and pest resistant• Easy to care for• Propagate easily• Blend easilyBasically, you want a plant that you can put anywhere in your garden with ease. It needs to be repeated over and
“linda rosa” — yuneztania
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Hill meadow
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Native plants on sloped lot = less lawn
hills and steps, less care
“Steps” — susan_b_b
III Oaks Contractors, Inc.
New Hardscape Landscaping on Kiawah Island, SC
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Less care
“Path down side of house” — noragage
Northern Virginia Painting Professionals
We have been working in the Northern Virginia and Maryland area for over a decade and have many happy clients on both sides of the beltway.
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Brooke Kroeger
Country Home and Garden
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I like the idea of native flowers in our landscape. They work well in our soil & require less care
“I like the idea of native flowers in our landscape. They work well in our soil & require less care” — lynncarol
Le jardinet
succulent plants and pots
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I love succulents. They're hardy, require less care and still beautiful in their own right.
“love the pot and the succlents” — Connie Lopez
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Modern Revival
Ideabooks5,684
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You would like to spend less time and money maintaining a lawn. With the average homeowner spending 150 hours per year on lawn care, it’s no wonder that the no-lawn movement is gaining popularity. Depending on the composition of
4. You would like to spend less time and money maintaining a lawn. With the average homeowner spending 150 hours per year on lawn care, it’s no wonder that the no-lawn movement is gaining popularity. Depending on the composition of
4. You would like to spend less time and money maintaining
maintaining a lawn. With the average homeowner spending 150 hours per year on lawn care, it’s no wonder that the no-lawn movement is gaining popularity. Depending on the composition of the plants chosen (and whether low-maintenance ground covers, such as gravel, are incorporated), a shrub- and perenni
“succulent garden, horizontal weathered look fencing” — Susan Smeltzer
Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
Curved House
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important when your home has living areas with large windows. Remember at night, from your living areas, any glass walls will appear as dark planes if care isn’t taken to light the area behind the glass. It doesn’t have to be much light, just bright enough to see from inside. Lighting recessed into overhead
important when your home has living areas with large windows. Remember at night, from your living areas, any glass walls will appear as dark planes if care isn’t taken to light the area behind the glass. It doesn’t have to be much light, just bright enough to see from inside.
at night, from your living areas, any glass walls will appear as dark planes if care isn’t taken to light the area behind the glass. It doesn’t have to be much light, just bright enough to see from inside. Lighting recessed into overhead
“If I could only have this much space on top of my roof!” — Patrick Finney
A-Interiors LLC
Architecta Interiors
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Your couches are stunning. Care to share? ;)
bleed, paint carefully and quickly. "Be more methodical than you would with a light color, as roller marks can be more apparent with a darker color," says Storey. He recommends using a roller with a shorter nap (3/8 inch to 1/2 inch) to make sure the paint is applied smoothly. Be careful not to put on
A-Interiors LLCSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Painting a dark color on walls. "Painting dark colors is more difficult and less forgiving than painting light colors," says Storey. Be prepared for three coats of paint — sometimes four — to get the proper dark hue on your walls
bleed, paint carefully and quickly. "Be more methodical than you would with a light color, as roller marks can be more apparent with a darker color," says Storey. He recommends using a roller with a shorter nap (3/8 inch to 1/2 inch) to make sure the paint is applied smoothly. Be careful not to put on
“Walls” — candacelew31
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