20 investment Asian Home Design Photos

Oregon Cottage Company
Tiny Tea House
Ideabooks2,366
Questions1
house suits the client's independence; she owns a home that was a small investment and has the freedom to go where she pleases.See more small homes on Houzz
house suits the client’s independence; she owns a home that was a small investment and has the freedom to go where she pleases.
“nič” — Anja Kaligari
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
Ideabooks2,217
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inside over winter. This slow-growing, long-lived succulent is a landscape investment but will add tremendous value to any bed — plus it can be propagated by
from harsh sun. This slow-growing, long-lived succulent is a landscape investment but will add tremendous value to any bed — plus it can be propagated by
inside over winter. This slow-growing, long-lived succulent is a landscape investment but will add tremendous value to any bed — plus it can be propagated by
“cool plant” — sgarcata
SD Independent Construction
2 Reviews
Japanese Garden Deck
Ideabooks10,001
Questions3
percent of their cost when you go to sell your home, it’s often worth it to invest in a skilled professional. Permitting and codes: If your deck is more than
“design (angles and edges), seating, and landscaping” — debslinkard
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Ideabooks531
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13. Hang a hammockFor a relaxing courtyard that showers you with love, invest in a hammock. You’ll be grateful for it every time you’re swinging softly
“Hammock” — Katie
Asian Landscape
Ideabooks3,529
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your property from vegetative cuttings of the specialty cultivars. The investment will pay off over time as you propagate and plant new plants each year
“no cocoa mulch - bad for dogs” — Rochelle Bailey
Olga Adler
17 Reviews
Global Chic
Ideabooks5,651
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window treatments and keep the wall nice and neutral. If you're going to invest in a new sofa, I say it might as well be bright and get noticed.
“curtains” — Bilha Olimba
Teri Fotheringham Photography
11 Reviews
31 Albion Place
Ideabooks623
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You can spend massively on equipment, or you can invest in an efficient design.
“Large accent rocks and wooden deck over the pond” — The Lazy Gardener
BAYBERRY NURSERIES
6 Reviews
The Details - Contemporary
Ideabooks2,726
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without additional effort and assistance by yourself therefore not worth the investment.
“Japanese Maples” — Ben Lokey
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