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Boor Bridges Architecture
Buena Vista Kitchen
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The breakfast nook opens up to the garden.
What is the wall paint color
the wall color name and company!
The cheapest solution for the board and batten style is to use lattice trim (thin enough to sit recessed on your baseboard) found at any big box home store. Just nail and/or glue it right on your drywall, caulk the edges, cap it with some nice trim, and paint. I've
beautifully iwth the counters, and it pops against those walls. The trim color I use to achieve this color is B1 or B2--1 or 2 drops of black in a white base. GLOSS finish. Looks great.
Try Restoration Hardware's Sycamore Green. I painted my house that a few years ago and it looks just like the
I've done this technique with wall frames using panel moulding and it looks great. Low cost, little effort and/or skills required, and looks good.
“door frame” — ksander429
Bruce Palmer Interior Design
4 Reviews
Waterfront Retreat
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Beautiful wall color, what is the color?
love love the garden stool. Where did you get it?
What is the paint color on the walls? Would it look ok with
What is the wall color on the top half of the wall
Benjamin & Moore Blue Porcelain 1641 paint
color of these walls
Prints and garden stool with/chair
beadboard against color on wall
wainscoting and wall color
Bm blue porcelain paint
Wall colour and wainscotting
Color walls and curtains
Wall color...paint color...Blue wall...Wall color bench...Wall colour...Wall paint color...Setup, paint...Wall Color
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Tim Davies Landscaping
Harrisdale
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I love the metal wall to support the grass area. how did you go about doing that?
Would this metal wall survive snow & ice?
And how is it anchored? It looks like there is a concrete stem wall at the base of it....
Steel retaining wall & synthetic turf
r atop corten steel retaining wall.
Retaining wall option for back yard tree? Like the look. Would need
In the modern garden, stone and brickwork aren't always the most suitable construction materials for creating retaining walls. Here Cor-Ten steel has been used to form a cost-effective barrier.
“Posible macetas para terraza” — abelaos
Matt Varnado - Varnado Photography
Private Residence - San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
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What is the name and who makes the shade of orange on the accent wall?
how much does it cost to get one wall painted like the one in orange
How would I ask a professional to do this? What is the name of this way of painting, its gorgeous and colors are perfect!
You could faux in these colors with the paints mentioned use the yellow in an eggshell Base , the red mixed with glaze to be techniques over and a even potentially another antiqued wash if you wished . Any faux wall artist should easily be able to do this . Sherwin Williams often has cards of professionals
This house is in Mexico where the walls are plaster and a dye is painted on afterwards.
Two Great Living Room Wall Colors
Interesting colours with different rendered walls
“CEILING” — jencowden
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks7,195
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The small hedges are minature Boxwoods. The hedge behind the fountain and at the opening to the sunken garden are Boxwoods. The hedge behind the benches is Leucothoe, the arched mound on the hill are Hosta surrounded by Andromeda, the ground cover on the hill
MY FAVORITE!!!Stone patio and stone wall with pond
Boxwood and retaining walls are our style our
Semicircular stone wall toward the rear of the garden.
Use stone retaining walls by west wall
the stone doesn't fit south MS, but it could be done with other masonry material and a more formal limestone wall-mounted fountain element.
Stone walls, levels of gardens
Curved wall at back of pond
“Backyard” — jonathanrcarroll
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
28 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
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Will you please tell me what type of stone was used for the wall? It looks like it stacked very well!
Love the path, retaining wall and plant placements
retaining wall for side yard drop-off, stone sidewalk
terraced wall with walkway
What about garden on wall
Double level retaining wall
gravel path beside stone wall
Stone wall?...The stone wall...stone wall...Terraced wall...garden path...retaining wall...wall stone...Rock wall...double wall, rocks...Two level wall...Nice garden...Retaking wall...rock retaining wall...rock wall...stone wall
“Wall” — hall0564
Contemporary Landscape
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profile - graphite powder coated. It is attached to the ground and to the wall (before the facade and paving were done!). It is a contemporary redesign of traditional stone or wooden main door portal... Landscape . we design gardens . we shape landscapes www.landscape.si
plant behind the lily. This looks like an older cottage garden. There are usually a lot of seasonal magazines that specialize in cottage gardens and I have several books on then (all in storage or I would give you names). The best gardening book you can start with, though is the Sunset Plant guide
plant: Persicaria amplexicaulis 'Rosea' Blue in the back: Agastache foeniculum white blossoms: Echinacea purpurea 'Alba' Landscape Slovenia We design gardens . We shape landscapes. www.landscape.si
“canvas flowers” — atxcat1
CM Glover
My Houzz: Eclectic Finds in Maryland
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l fragments placed in the garden
Wall loves to collect old concrete planters and architectural building fragments to decorate her garden with. "I not only use them
Wall loves to collect old concrete planters and architectural building fragments to decorate her garden with. "I not only use them on bookcases or mantels, but I also place them among the blooms in my garden to add interest and an element of surprise," she says
among the blooms in my garden to add interest and an element of surprise," she says.
Garden with old collected concrete elements added
Wall loves to collect old concrete planters and architectural building fragments to decorate her garden with. "I not only use them on bookcases or mantels, but I also place them among the blooms in my garden to add interest and an element of surprise," she says.
“The terraced yard.” — brackermanj
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