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Simon Dale
Low Impact Woodland home
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2. The Hobbit House, by Simon and Jasmine Dale, Wales (2005) Builder Simon Dale built this low-impact, low-cost home for his family using very basic tools and local natural materials, all dug out of the ground or harvested from the surrounding fields.
The Hobbit House, by Simon and Jasmine Dale, Wales (2005) Builder Simon Dale built this low-impact, low-cost home for his family using very basic tools and local natural materials, all dug out of the ground or harvested from the surrounding fields.
Low impact. You almost don't know it is there.
2. The Hobbit House, by Simon and Jasmine Dale, Wales (2005)Builder Simon Dale built this low-impact, low-cost home for his family using very basic tools and local natural materials, all dug out of the ground or harvested from the surrounding fields.
“If I were a Hobbit...” — Dana Veach
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Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Peninsula Estate 03 (Design by Suzman Cole Design Associates)
Ideabooks7,415
Questions3
Although they might seem like a low-budget cop-out, loose materials like gravel, crushed rock, compacted shale and decomposed granite can be an inexpensive yet elegant choice, especially when edged by a richer material, like stone or brick. Advantages include permeability, low cost and ease of installation
from strong focal points, especially when paths are monochromatic, with a limited plant palette. In this San Francisco backyard, boxwood shrubs create low hedging that lets the eye travel to a sundial mounted high on a stone base. This is a very different look; it’s refined, calm, reserved — a place for
Although they might seem like a low-budget cop-out, loose materials like gravel, crushed rock, compacted shale and decomposed granite can be an inexpensive yet elegant choice, especially when edged by a richer material, like stone or brick. Advantages include permeability, low cost and ease of installation
“very practical use of plants” — cindersand
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
Ideabooks44,852
Questions20
From the street, a round rock pathway leads to a small seating area next to the water with a small fire pit. Low maintenance, drought resistant and salt tolerant plantings were used in mass and clumps. This garden has become the focus of the neighborhood with many visitors stopping and enjoying what
Very Beautiful! I also live in the PNW. Will the Blue Oat Grass and the Thymus survive without watering during the summer? I am looking for something low maintenance and eco friendly. If they dry out that's ok - as long as they survive.
the Virginia Beach area. Take the photo you like with you and talk to them about what similar grasses you can plant (or Lowes etc). The nursery can help you identify the purple low growing ground cover,, too: it may be Purple Verbena (read about it here and also scroll to the comment from Hampton VA
“drought tolerant plants” — christineannharris
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
8 Reviews
Hillgrove Project
Ideabooks8,726
Questions10
GREAT SHOWER ENCLOSURE IDEA 6. Framed enclosure. A popular option because they are a low-cost solution to the age-old problem of how to keep water in the shower. Polished brass, a chrome finish or an oil-rubbed-bronze frame can be classic or
9. Framed enclosure. Framed enclosures are a popular option because they are a low-cost solution to the age-old problem of how to keep water in the shower. But just because the shower is framed doesn't mean it can't be stylish. Instead
9. Framed enclosure. Framed enclosures are a popular option because they are a low-cost solution to the age-old problem of how to keep water in the shower. But just because the shower is framed doesn't mean it can't be stylish. Instead of polished brass, try a chrome finish for a look that can be classic
“Glass transoms of shower” — acdogger
Kettle River Timberworks Ltd.
12 Reviews
Good Things Come In Small Packages
Ideabooks2,033
Questions1
Tight-Knot Cedar, Redwood and Assorted Treated Softwoods Pros: These relatively low-cost materials are favorites for deck surfaces because of their budget-friendly price and widespread availability regionally. They are usually screwed
tends to last longer than wood with knots. If you don’t treat the wood, it will change color and may be more prone to rotting or insect infestation. Cost: $3 to $4 per square foot
Tight-Knot Cedar, Redwood and Assorted Treated Softwoods Pros: These relatively low-cost materials are favorites for deck surfaces because of their budget-friendly price and widespread availability regionally. They are usually screwed or nailed on the top with the fasteners showing. Cons: To maintain
“Railing” — drcobalt
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
Ideabooks110K
Questions5
This project with it's complexity of materials and elevation changes, probably cost in the range of $185,000. - $200,000.
i do not know the exact cost but i would think 20-30k for pool and another 10k for fire area and another 10k for spa hot tub… then of course another 15k for the details
call (conference call) with any number of attendees. Virtual meetings save on travel costs, allow you to communicate more effectively compared to regular phone calls, help complete projects more quickly, are low cost and and have less preparation time.
“ok, 15 years until start bulding this :)” — Michael Glotfelty
Castanes Architects PS
12 Reviews
Lake House
Ideabooks10,750
Questions1
Simplicity of this Cor-Ten steel gate. Nice design and "low cost?"
Create the right entrance. Its low cost and ease of use has made metal the perfect material for gates for eons. If you feel your garden design won't take a full-blown rusted steel fence
“The metal door” — jennifermadams
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
San Antonio, TX: Chris Berry & Paige Blend
Ideabooks3,536
Questions3
and money, and which ones to skip.Hire additional pros as needed, starting with a landscaper. Remember, the landscape needs time to fill in.More: 10 Low-Cost Tweaks to Help Your Home Sell
started moving from city apartments to single-family homes. They sought a modest and affordable style of housing – less fuss, less maintenance, less cost, and less need for any grand designs. The Bungalow style was ideal.
“Plantings by walkway” — skyeaveryrory
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