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Donald Lococo Architects
22 Reviews
American Farmhouse
Ideabooks15,838
Questions8
I would use this as a potting area or to wash off veggies fresh from the garden!
This is for winter gardening but I like the look with the rectangular tiles.
dings and scratches all told the story of past uses, and his modern-day gardening clients could add to these layers of its working history. Plus, it had
“Love it” — choppz
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
26 Reviews
Baileyana Road
Ideabooks5,893
Questions1
awesome garden gates between tree trunks
A great way to make an entrance for a shed for garden storage.
passageways and entrances, such as this garden door in San Francisco, remains as thrilling as ever.See more garden doors
Gate between trees leading to garden....San Francisco garden door....Secret garden...garden door
“the draw of secret passageways and entrances, such as this garden door in San Francisco, remains as” — Heather Murphy
Cullen Construction Inc.
1 Review
Mudrooms
Ideabooks410
Questions1
Place to clean veggies from the garden
Mudroom entrance from garden
“Screen door” — lynannwise
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Kym Rodger Design
6 Reviews
Lush Modern Entry
Ideabooks5,870
Questions1
How is the vertical garden planted and watered?
garden feel-cool for a side entrace or back entrance
Vertical Garden...vertical garden...Entrance water And wall garden...Beautiful vertical garden...vertical garden with out releif
“verticala” — roxadriluc
Watershed Design
4 Reviews
MANLY 09
Ideabooks2,107
Questions4
Thankyou. The gate was designed by an artist Anne Miles and made by Robert Miles, a metal work sculptor
Love this gate idea and the overhang for shade in the garden
Love the open design that still provides privacy
entrance feature for a garden or porch area.
this steel work has a fluid repetitive design that works as a counterpoint to the solid concrete blocks. The design of the gate draws inspiration from the
this steel piece has a fluid, repetitive design that works as a counterpoint to the solid concrete blocks. The design of the gate draws inspiration from the
personal decision. In a small space a direct path will leave more residual garden space whereas an offset path will add interest but consume more space. BONUS
“Cover” — yoursis13
Regency Custom Homes
1 Review
Conrad Residence
Ideabooks1,732
Questions2
Love the minimalist look and easy to maintain garden
space , idea for shade garden with large beach rocks ( no room for weeds to grow ).
The floor of the garden design
Garden Design...Great office terrace design
“Looks a little like ours (less plants)” — icyiles
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks29,555
Questions8
internet for the products used, you can sometimes find them. For interior design and custom builders, many items are custom made and you cannot simply go
to a store and purchase those items. You must order through an interior design firm and pick fabrics and frames, etc. These are a few reasons why you
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
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
“Water feature” — tellefson
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
East-West House
Ideabooks14,034
Questions6
Asian inspired home design located in Vermont. To view other projects by TruexCullins Architecture + Interior design visit ...
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chameleon work any harder?How do you use ornamental sweet potato vine in your garden? Show us your photos below!
posts and railings. If not, choose a stylish container or two.Grow a fall garden in a pot
topiaries flanking the door or vines cascading from a hanging basket. If the design of your porch allows, consider a climbing specimen that will entwine around
“Pots” — Sarah S
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