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Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
28 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Ideabooks3,383
Questions1
What kind of wall is this? Is it made by hand from natural stones. O
Yes, this is natural stone stacked to make the beds
natural way to incorporate a vegetable garden
Love how this is designed to look so natural.
Natural look...Natural rock
“Love how this is designed to look so natural.” — myshelley
Homes by Avi
The Donovan in Griesbach-Edmonton
Ideabooks3,348
Questions10
From previous comments ""Engineered hardwood is from Armstrong - Handscraped - Artisan Natural walnut EMW6320. ""
Hi, the Engineered hardwood is from Armstrong - Handscraped - Artisan Natural walnut EMW6320. Thanks
Armstrong - Handscraped - Artisan Natural walnut EMW6320.
Engineered hardwood is from Armstrong - Handscraped - Artisan Natural walnut EMW6320. Thanks
“Wall color” — Deniz Aksoy
Wagner Hodgson
4 Reviews
Pool & Pool House
Ideabooks5,591
Questions7
Love the natural look, can you tell be the pavers used around the pool
Full range, natural cleft Bluestone in 18" x 24"
Like small size without HUGE concrete. Looks more natural with stones leading to the house. Pergola attached to shed perhaps?
integration with nature!
Natural and minimalist
Lawn out in nature
“Pool color” — shawggins
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks5,014
Questions1
Was this previously a natural stream? Or was the water added as a feat
I am curious about the landscape's original details. Was there a natural water element or did you add the water as a feature? Does this require any maintenance?
Natural swimming Pool as water feature http://www.motherearthnews.com/diy/natural-swimming-pool-zmaz02aszgoe.aspx?SlideShow=1#axzz31ByfNKmm
“The white wood” — beachjeeper
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
Ideabooks9,430
Questions2
What is the material used for this natural pathway? Is it a kind of mulch? Thanks!
I thought this looked like white pine needles! I would love to do this to a garden path in Montana. Would it have any effect on the natural landscape to use something like this? How long would this last, and is it quite slippery? My path has a slight grade down, and I know pine needles
“Mulch laid down for walkway...thought would be cool for woods” — bfun1803
Scott Daves Construction Co., Inc
10 Reviews
Lakes at Umstead
Ideabooks13,118
Questions13
Brick Color:General Shale: Augusta with BCW Mortar Stone Color:Natural Stone – Dog Creek Building Stone Door Stain:Jacobean 2750 Roofing: CertainTeed Landmark – Weatherwood Metal Roof Dark Brown Gutter Color:Dark Brown
Brown Shake Paint:Sherwin Williams – SW 7696 Toasted Pine Nut Trim Paint:Sherwin Williams – SW 2808 Rockwood Dark Brown Porch CeilingsNatural Stain Timber Post:Treated with Dark Brown Stain Windows (Clad)Taupe Garage DoorEdges dark color (SW 2808) & interior light (SW7696) Screen PorchSherwin
I like the natural wood colums and mix of brick and stone
front door color of beams SW 2808 Rockwood Dark Brown Porch CeilingsNatural Stain Timber Post:Treated with Dark Brown Stain Windows
“I like the natural wood colums and mix of brick and stone” — bstampelos
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
6 Reviews
Ridge Farm
Ideabooks11,158
Questions8
Good day. Beautiful driveway with natural stones. Should you want to eliminate all winter related problems ( snow plowing...) for future projects, pour on SOLUV. SOLUV is a one clear UV resistant resin binder for natural stones.
gravel driveway, fencing, stone, ivy, natural colors, balanced proportions
overall look - w/ natural timbers? not loving the whiteness of trim…cedar shake a bit dark.
“Style” — boulianne
Rajni Alex Design
6 Reviews
Powell Residence Dining Room
Ideabooks3,175
Questions8
is from Stark. It's a sisal rug, it's called Tama in natural color. Hope that helps. Sorry for the tardy response.. Best Rajni Alex
This is from Stark. It's called tama and its the natural color way.
Curtain panels with natural fiber shade
I like the window treatments natural bamboo shades
rug is from Stark. It's a sisal rug, it's called Tama in natural color.
“Shades” — Cathy Vidos
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