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3 Reviews
Flowers in Space
If it's man-made, about how much electricity would the pump use per month if ran continuously? Thanks!
based in Colorado, we provide design and construction management services for clients all over the country. Please feel free to contact us if you are interested in having us out to Los Altos. Gassho, Marpa Design Studio
If I can't live on a lake at least a stream, or better yet how about both.
“outdoor water scene” — alex24_92
13 Reviews
Just want to know about the chairs!
This was a custom design for a client. Please contact us if you would like something similar designed for your project!
I would suggest digging a 2-3 foot channel in front of bamboo and inserting a barrier. Then try to remove runners in yard. they are typically only about 6" deep.
Lovely, cozy corner. Perfect solution for us.
“Pagola” — sherlann1
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
This is a beautiful space. Can can you tell us what grasses you used?
This design is amazing and has completely changed my mind about the direction I want to go. Can you please tell me what pavers you chose with the small riverstone? Is that slate?
This is Ipe or Brazilian Iron wood that is not finished and weathered about 2 years old in this photo.
“Wood, concrete and pebbles - nice textures and different levels” — Louise Cooper
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
gravel courtyard
I'm curious about the tree/shrub in the foreground. Can you tell me what it is?
it's beautiful and looks pretty easy and forgiving to build. Am I right about that?
Hello. The arbor was actually already there and we tied the new fence to it to give it more reason for being. I believe it has 2x2s at about 6" on center over the top.
Subtle palettes. Here we can see how a more subtle planting of glaucous green gives us a restful picture. Notice how the choice of plants has been limited to prevent the border from becoming too busy — something that is so important when using foliage plants in smaller spaces.
“Fence” — quallysach
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Who provides us with rocks?i mean from where do we have to purchase?how are the rates?
Can you tell us if this patio is out of real stone or porcelain tile a
Rock placement, something to think about
“pavers for our private space?? Instead of concrete??” — spirithills
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Eclectic Estate
Certainly. Please let us know which images specifically you would like to use and we will make sure we have permission from the owners. Please email us through our website info. Our website is Zeterre.com
What I like about this is not the Asian aspect, but the seclusion and privacy and sense of space and separation from the house.
“love this!” — aryaazadi
itamar landscape design
itamar 1
denser wood. Here are a few pictures of both Ipe and Tigerwood so you can take a look at them. Hope all this helps Diana and feel free to send us a message or call us if you have anymore questions.
not sure about using a wood deck but its functional
“Like the chair” — queenannelace
Yardco Rock and Stone
5 Reviews
Yardco Finished Products
love the Buddha facing us under a structure, concrete and river rock , plantings. nice energy
Tranquility and peace is what this place is about. It gives off a very calm mood, and looks like it'll look really pretty at night and lit with candles.
How about a Budda?
“Water feature” — Mik Whitecross
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