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Dyna - Seward Park II
I don't like the sunken garden wall being this straight and imposing!
this could also be done with a single door to replace a window and a creative inexpensive retaining wall. Thinks pallets with pallet gardens for summer and seasonal trim for other occasions.
Plants in yard for privacy
basement with courtyard to garden
Pocket garden style...potted plants...garden level
Cody Anderson Wasney Architects, Inc.
What is the window well depth (disance away from the house) that allows the plants to grow? (rather then depth below ground)
Window well garden & broken brick wall divider
Like the plants view on the window well for basement.
plants inside window wells
Planting in well
LDa Architecture & Interiors
North End Townhouse Mudroom
Tiny cube plants
Seattle Area Premier General Contractor
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Ventana Construction LLC
the planting and also the use as a bedroom
Beautiful garden-level room
Egress window with plants
window - idea for plantings
Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
Locust- Basement Retreat
Nice spa retreat idea...think callaway gardens
RD Architecture, LLC
Full interior remodel
I guess you're referring to the exterior photo of the front or back yard? I'll send the landscape designer your compliments. :-) S
Finished Basement Company
garden level windows
daylight windows/ landscaping
Stone/plants in egress window
window with plantings
Deep wells with mid-way garden
Textured stone, living plants
Window well garden wall
egress combined with landscaping
Flower garden in window well
window with landscaping
Cook Bros Design Build Remodeling
Cook Bros. of Arlington, Va. - Basement family rooms
into the basement, and also satisfies the egress requirements for the basement. The 'steps' serve two functions - they act as raised beds, so you can plant flowers etc. in there, and they also serve to allow emergency access as steps (i.e. they are not meant to be a primary set of stairs, just for use in
window wells in another picture I saved. It looks amazing when those "stair" steps are planted.
Egress window that you can plant
into the basement, and also satisfies the egress requirements for the basement. The 'steps' serve two functions - they act as raised beds, so you can plant flowers etc. in there, and they also serve to allow emergency access as steps (i.e. they are not meant”
like the places for planting flowers