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Studio William Hefner
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Hidden water features. The sound of water is always a welcome addition to the garden. It has the ability to cover unwanted background noise and impart a sense of calm
compelling the garden visitor to find the source. Water features should be in a location where they can be heard in both the front and back garden, as the sound will help connect the two areas.
Hidden water features. The sound of water is always a welcome addition to the garden. It has the ability to cover
The Best Gardens Have--5. Hidden water features. The sound of water is always a welcome addition to the garden. It has the ability to cover unwanted background noise and impart a sense of calm, regardless of whether it is a rushing stream or a gurgling, overflowing pot. What makes a water feature even more
Tim Clarke Design
bench down the path? What about water?
between garden and home. This garden will also be easy to maintain.
decorative garden urns
looking dog...Entry Garden...The dog, of course....the dog...bordering garden
The "Allandale" by Crestview Doors
Replace front garden with this style
Short gate to keep dogs out
free garden to the rear
mixed elements garden idea
garden entrance way...garden lawn...Garden Steps...walking path
Seattle Architect & Designer
Rhodes Architecture + Light approaches each project as unique. We believe in simple solutions based on individual dreams, honest materials, and the orientation, colors, and textures of the site.
Michael Lee Architects
up to garden bed for grasses
Indoor gardens. Love
indoor garden concept
have a garden outside, create one indoors.
covered garden path...Topsham garden...iner garden
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
private garden nook off a master bedroom
curving path, or is it difficult to find the way to your door? If you have stairs, is there a proper railing within reach? Are porch lights working and turned on in the evening? Are house numbers clearly visible from the street?Once the basics are in order, consider adding a few finishing touches to delight
solar-powered garden lights along your walkway.
WaterMark Coastal Homes, LLC
just so friendly and prices were really reasonable.
to the garden and to the path to the lower pond.
Outdoor steps to garden
steps and path...country garden
Mintzer Residence - Entry
door; if dogs can see someone on the other side, they get more worked up than if they can't see. (make viewing window up higher than dog level)
Pools and garden
Clifford M. Scholz Architects Inc.
love how the water is on each side of the path
of the path” “Water under the entryway bridge to bedroom catacombs” “Like the water at the front”
fear my dogs would use is as their personal water dish.