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BMH Design Studio
residence in Austin, Texas, and is a clear example of several important design ideas: A strong connection between inside/outside spaces is created, by treating the main public space as a porch between the private front garden and a second garden nestled under a giant live-oak tree in the back of the property
apertures. Electric light in the landscape extends the perceived interior spaces into the gardens at night. Natural materials soften the contemporary forms; high-quality finishes and thoughtful details complete the design effort.
A+B KASHA Designs
A+B KASHA Designs These lanterns are original to the building (Paris, mid 1800s). But there are companies that make quality reproductions. Try the internet.
Light fixtures, garden accents, pavers
Lovely idea of garden ahead
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A+B KASHA Designs
Driveway entrance with Japanese lantern
oasis gardens landscape a
Decker Bullock Sotheby's International Realty
Santa Barbara Living in Marin County California
and craftsmanship. Visually striking interiors are enhanced by a sparkling bay view and spectacular landscaping with heritage oaks, rose and dahlia gardens and a picturesque splash pool. Just minutes to Marin’s finest schools.
butterfly gardens...cottage gardens...perennial garden...traditional design
Dinmore & Cisco Architects, Inc.
Driveway and carport
Excellent choice and designing the roof pitch. What is the roof pitch on upper and split?
front yard garden raised
front garden...Black garden rock
cool courtyard garden
Hancock Park III
This traditional dwelling was design to create a knot garden and boxwood hedge that enclosed boxwood balls and a white rose garden to accentuate the balcony. Also a new Jacaranda tree was planted to match the Jacaranda on the other side of the property.
Great Lakes December
A vintage skate becomes a Christmas decoration with the addition of greenery from the garden, by Barbara Pintozzi.
Great Lakes. "Instead of buying a front-door wreath, fill a vintage ice skate with greenery from the garden," suggests garden coach Barbara Pintozzi. "A small round of floral foam stuck in the neck of the boot supports the trimmings. Spray conifer greenery with an
Instead of buying a front-door wreath, fill a vintage ice skate with greenery from the garden (here arborvitae, Thuja occidentalis), pinecones and bright berries (here wahoo, Euonymus americanus) or rose hips, and tie it with a bow to hang on the front door. A small round of floral foam stuck in the