Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
Romantic Tarrytown Terrace
Open lattice gate into back yard.
lattice gate...Lattice fence...square lattice
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
We have earned a reputation for exquisite design, attention to detail & superior results. Our customers are confident that they have received the best level of service in a courteous professional way.
Keep Smiling Home
Lattice door...Lattice door - cute!...door lattice window...lattice french door
Where can I find the square planter?
Would like to purchase the square planter
brass planter...My brass planter
No soil to speak of? A small planter can turn a tiny balcony or window into lush
No soil to speak of? A small planter can turn a tiny balcony or window into lush garden for a green thumb. More
the smallest balcony can support an herb garden. Line the bottom of the planter to prevent water from seeping through to the balcony below, then water only
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
I like the idea of planters and raised
Jake likes planter...Great planter box and plants....Built in planters...Planter & plant...raised planter
Amber Freda NYC Garden Design
Manhattan Terrace Deck: Roof Garden, Pavers, Chaise Lounge, Containers, Ceramic
of layered plantings and staggered heights of plants and planters. We also placed some planters on top of classical looking stone columns, which further
the effect. This garden also features wicker furniture, grey fiberglass planters, dimpled Asian ceramics, and lush plantings of Japanese maples, junipers
like the planters (not the pedestal, though)
benches, tables and planters - I like the multiple seat heights
dining table, planters, seating all integrated
in planters and benches...Planters next...planters and seating...tables, benches, planters
Nicole's Eclectic, Worldy home
Try an outdoor planter inside. You don’t always need to use
houseplants — why not try a rectangular planter, an urn or even a wine barrel? Just be sure to use a tray beneath your planter to protect your floors from water
Try an outdoor planter inside. You don’t always need to use traditional pots for your houseplants — why not try a rectangular planter, an urn or even a
a wine barrel? Just be sure to use a tray beneath your planter to protect your floors from water damage.
like the planter and floor light