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Chan Architecture Pty Ltd
Brighton Residence
Ideabooks663
Questions1
with the low sun as it moves on its horizontal course across the sky."
Shades for south-facing windows (in the northern hemisphere), for example, should be horizontal to address the high sun, but a western facade (such as the one shown here) should be vertical to deal with the low sun as it moves on
with the low sun as it moves on its horizontal course across the sky.
western windows should have vertical louvers to deal with low sun angles; maybe we need a catwalk on west side to access the shading devices
with the low sun as it moves on its horizontal course across the sky.
“Wind screen shutters” — Nicole Reynolds
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Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
custom windows
Ideabooks2,028
Questions2
Plant low, thorny bushes beneath your windows. Bougainvillea, barberries, roses or any prickly specimen ought to deter break-ins. Yuccas and other large succulents are a lower-maintenance option.
Low thorny plants to deter crime
Low thorny bushes under windows to annoy intruders.
Plant low, thorny bushes beneath windows to deter break-ins
Plant low, thorny bushes beneath your windows
Plant low, thorny bushes beneath windows to keep burglars out.
Plant low, thorny bushes beneath your windows. Bougainvillea, barberries, roses or any prickly specimen ought to deter break-ins. Yuccas and other large succulents are a lower-maintenance option.
“Windows” — mariealami
Starline Cabinets
8 Reviews
Chilliwack Central
Ideabooks1,260
Questions1
notice vent and low seat...interesting use of space
good article about low window seals in historic houses.
What to do with low windowsill in kitchen
ideas for low windows
Low seating/storage area under windows
Low kitchen window...under low window...well.( low windows)
“Wonderful buffet” — lcheever
Wen-Di Interiors
2 Reviews
Cochrane Riversong - Innovations by Jayman
Ideabooks10,034
Questions12
Low soft lighting for nighttime feeding
Love the low soft lighting and the sheep counting theme
Soft low light in the room or baby's sleeping area is more important for you than them. Babies aren't scared of the dark, but a soft low light will create a soothing environment for them and keep you from bumping into furniture when you stumble into the room in the middle of the night for a feeding.
glider and low-light lamp make for a hardworking and handsome couple. Low-light lamps, preferably ones with dim features, should be staples in any nursery. On long nights with a fussy baby, the light casts a warm, unobtrusive glow and lets the parent lounge on the glider with a good book while the little
“Sheep” — Laura Jean Dusenberry Enoch
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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Ideabooks357
Questions0
See those low, blue-flowering mounds? They're aromatic aster (Symphyotrichum oblongifolium) — native from the Rockies to most of the East Coast. This perennial
See those low, blue-flowering mounds? They're aromatic aster (Symphyotrichum oblongifolium) — native from the Rockies to most of the East Coast. This perennial shrugs off many hard freezes with gusto while still blooming
See those low, blue-flowering mounds? They're aromatic aster (Symphyotrichum oblongifolium) — native from the Rockies to most of the East Coast. This perennial shrugs off many hard freezes with gusto while still blooming into early November. A lover of sun
those low, blue-flowering mounds? They're aromatic aster (Symphyotrichum oblongifolium) — native from the Rockies to most of the East Coast. This perennial shrugs off many hard freezes with gusto while still blooming into early November. A lover of sun to partial sun and dry soil, it will bring in the
“No grass.” — Ryan Cole
Scott Brinitzer Design Associates
Northern Arlington Residence
Ideabooks3,108
Questions4
lirope as ground cover - low mainteance
low maintenance ground covers with low shrubs
perennial low-maint groundcover. Examples: lily turf, periwinkle, creeping thyme, snow-in-summer.
Replace small lawn areas with a low-maintenance perennial ground cover. creeping lilyturf
low maintenance perennial ground cover periwinkle creeping thyme snow in summer hosta
with a low-maintenance perennial ground cover. Small areas and those that are hard to access may best be served by this low-maintenance solution. Once established, a mass of ground cover has a simple, calming effect. Proper plant selection will eliminate mowing, reduce water consumption and drastically
“grass-like borders” — pvillefarmgirl
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Spanish Bungalow
Ideabooks4,261
Questions7
low wall with gate and arbor wall to the left
The low wall and native plantings inside
Low stucco "fence" with low plants in front. Darling gate; We could add that on the driveway to the apt or even move the walkway to the apt to a cute gate at the street???
low stucco wall and cool wood gate
The low walls of this Spanish bungalow show off the front of the house, and its old-style gate is very inviting. The mustard gold color is common for Mediterranean style homes. A similar color is: Benjamin Moore Imperial Yellow 314.
“Desert landscape” — jbeymer
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Foster Rd
Ideabooks2,481
Questions2
is the low ornamental grass up front? A type of sesleria??
is the low ornamental grass up front? A type of sesleria??” “Love the buffalo grass/blue grama look!” “a nice grass that is low maintenance.” “Buffalo grass? No mowing, stone surround” “No Mow Grass option for front yard” “buffalo grass forms a beautiful wave instead of choppy clumps” “Long native grass
low wall, like we might want to separate our wildflower field/septic area
no/low mow grass makes a beautiful outdoor carpet
This seems like a nice grass that is low maintenance.
grass low 6" no mowing for area around house
:Even low-maintenance lawn alternatives need some maintenance: seasonal mowing, supplemental irrigation in times of drought and occasional weeding.Be sure to check with your local homeowner's association before replacing your existing traditional lawn — many areas have requirements and guidelines for
““What is the low ornamental grass up front? A type of sesleria??” “Love the buffalo grass/blue” — homedelight
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