231,232 organic materials Home Design Photos

Becky Harris
Edith Wharton's The Mount Gardens and Grounds
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variety Common name: Astilbe, false spirea USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Regular watering. Soil should be moist, rich in organic material and well drained. Light requirement: Light to moderate shade; filtered light or three to four hours of light per day are ideal. Mature size: 24
varietyCommon name: Astilbe, false spireaUSDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone)Water requirement: Regular watering. Soil should be moist, rich in organic material and well drained.Light requirement: Light to moderate shade; filtered light or three to four hours of light per day are ideal.Mature size: 24
“white Astilbe” — hksm78
groundworks studio
7 Reviews
Myers Park Retreat
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that falls in your yard is permeability. Gravel walkways and soil that's cultivated and mulched (instead of raked into submission and with all organic material removed) create the ideal surface to absorb water.
Gravel walkways and soil that's cultivated and mulched (instead of raked into submission and with all organic material removed) create the ideal surface to absorb water.
that falls in your yard is permeability. Gravel walkways and soil that's cultivated and mulched (instead of raked into submission and with all organic material removed) create the ideal surface to absorb water.
“Gravel walkways” — janieinojai
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
smothering weeds
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Very thick layer of organic material smothers weeds photo by Jocelyn H. Chilvers
are no gaps. Saturate with water. Cover the entire paper area with a 4-inch-layer of organic material — shredded wood fiber, wood chips, pine needles, cocoa hulls, etc. Alternatively, an 8-inch-layer of lighter materials, such as dried leaves, grass clippings, or weed-free straw, may be used. Let the area
exaggerated form of mulching. A thick layer of paper or cardboard, topped by several inches of organic matter, deprives existing weedy plants of light, thus inhibiting their growth. By using organic materials that decompose quickly, you also get the benefit of composting. Plant directly into the smothered
no gaps. •Saturate with water. •Cover the entire paper area with a 4-inch-layer of organic material — shredded wood fiber, wood chips, pine needles, cocoa hulls, etc. Alternatively, an 8-inch-layer of lighter materials, such as dried leaves, grass clippings, or weed-free straw, may be used. •Let the area
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Becky Harris
Edith Wharton's The Mount Gardens and Grounds
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Planting notes. Astilbes prefer acidic or neutral soil. Add organic material to any soil that is lacking in nutrients. Space 12 to 18 inches apart; dig holes as deep as the container or about 6 inches deep for bare-root
Planting notes. Astilbes prefer acidic or neutral soil. Add organic material to any soil that is lacking in nutrients. Space 12 to 18 inches apart; dig holes as deep as the container or about 6 inches deep for bare-root
“bench” — oaks4410
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
dining
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Style Secret: Natural Fibers Organic materials such as sea grass, straw and jute, in the guise of rugs, furnishings and accessories, bring a natural warmth and texture to coastal interiors
nautical balls, cabinet and drawer pulls, even stairway spindles — add lighthearted appeal yet stay true to the theme. Something different: Break up organic surfaces with contrast. A wicker coffee table next to a rattan chaise on top of a sisal rug might be a bit much. This dining area juxtaposes a sleek
Style Secret: Natural FibersOrganic materials such as sea grass, straw and jute, in the guise of rugs, furnishings and accessories, bring a natural warmth and texture to coastal interiors
nautical balls, cabinet and drawer pulls, even stairway spindles — add lighthearted appeal yet stay true to the theme.Something different: Break up organic surfaces with contrast. A wicker coffee table next to a rattan chaise on top of a sisal rug might be a bit much. This dining area juxtaposes a sleek
“whicker chairs for dining” — tracyhallett49
Avondale Custom Homes
1 Review
Mare Barn Sun Rooms
Ideabooks30,313
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relative really. It can vary a lot depending on what part of the country you live in and how much work. Also, what materials used specifically. If you would like more details on the material we can help. The stone on the walls is like our Fond du Lac Cambrian blend. http://www.buechelstone.com/shoppi
1. Use organic materials. Be one with nature in a sunroom composed from all natural elements. Pick out a variety of wood planks, bricks and stones of your choice from your local hardware store to adorn your oasis.
“Flooring” — gmcartee
skylab architecture
Hoke Residence
Ideabooks3,112
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Materials and the way the building flows over slope
Spaciousness, earthy material used, the guts to build like that
This is a beautiful example of earthy and organic materials meeting structured and nature-defying lines. This house in a monument to both.
Siding Material
“Hillside” — linestudios
Kelly Porter
Family Room with Brown Sofa
Ideabooks3,630
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Faiella. “Wool rugs are the best, because they are easy to clean, and, being an organic material, they look better to me while feeling good on bare feet.”Faiella is quick to point out that wool rugs tend to carry a higher price point than synthetic rugs made of acrylic. If this is a short-term fix, a rug
Materials. “When I am helping clients select rugs or carpeting for their homes I always go to natural materials like wool, or natural-material blends like wool, cotton, jute, sisal,” notes interior designer Anastasia Faiella
“Colors with brown” — Rokya Choukri
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