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ETHAN CARMEL ARCHITECTS
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want to really enjoy your garden after dark, garden lighting is the final ingredient. Try not to floodlight your entire garden. Instead, pick out specific
you want to really enjoy your garden after dark, garden lighting is the final ingredient. Try not to floodlight your entire garden. Instead, pick out specific
garden after dark, garden lighting is the final ingredient. Try not to floodlight your entire garden. Instead, pick out specific plants and trees to showcase
Garden LightingThough planting the right night-flowering plants in the right place will give you stunning effects, if you want to really enjoy your garden
“The up lighting on the tree and around the front foyer” — Dee Feldman
Donald Lococo Architects
22 Reviews
American Farmhouse
Ideabooks16,328
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5' wide. I play alot with scale. You may notice, for instance, in the kitchen of this home that the ceilings are quite high too if you use the base cabinet
for your kind words! The Slate is named: Black Rust sold by Jud Tile in Vienna Virginia
This is for winter gardening but I like the look with the rectangular tiles.
flooring shown here make you want to jump right in and get your hands dirty?To set up your own potting area, at the bare minimum you will want some closed
and benzene, which could be floating around in your home. Check out ways to bring indoor plants into your home
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
“Slate floor” — pottersewell
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Designer Cottage
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rustic in your style. You love crisp country whites and visions of pastoral living, but cowboy hats aren't for you. Try inserting beadboard, garden touches
Indoor plants. Rosemary topiaries are widely available now from nurseries, garden centers, big-box stores and grocery stores. They make an excellent seasonal
“Hutch” — mommaoffive
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Sarah Blank Design Studio
5 Reviews
Ollie's Place
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Mud room next to kitchen. Put bench seat under windows. And shelves?
trendy vintage kitchen, picture it with white walls
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Chances are, your pet likes to follow you wherever you go. Include a space for your pooch or cat when you head outdoors for some shed time. When your pet is
s are, your pet likes to follow you wherever you go. Include a space for your pooch or cat when you head outdoors for some shed time. When your pet is
Doggies would love this in the kitchen
“floor, shelves, counters. NEEDS MORE WINDOWS.” — psych15
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
East-West House
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Do your planters go with your architecture? Match the planters to your home's style. For example, urns go well with
boost for your evergreen beds. Could this chameleon work any harder?How do you use ornamental sweet potato vine in your garden? Show us your photos below
stylish container or two.Grow a fall garden in a pot
Do your planters go with your architecture? Match the planters to your home's style. For example, urns
Containers Head Into Quirky TerritoryDIY Project: Mobile Container Garden
Whether your sweet potato vine is planted in a pot, a box, a bed or a bin, it
So what makes a plant appropriate for fall? Typically you’re looking for rich, warm colors and the ability to tolerate cool nights. Mums
“On patio” — mssnell
Mark Dodge Design
7 Reviews
12th Street Brownstone
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What's not to love about a patio that comes right up to your sunroom
pavers and overgrown garden, big bowl water feature
The framing of your garden doesn't have to always be exterior framing. Framing starts inside, with the placement of your doors and windows. Notice how
room, kitchen...Looking from inside out-garden ideas...See the garden from inside...Perfect kitchen doorway...Back patio Side garden/walkway...Garden and French doors
“Fountain32” — etrini
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
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frames, etc. These are a few reasons why you don't always get answers to your questions.
us: What is your favorite way to welcome summer?
5. Hidden water features. The sound of water is always a welcome addition to the garden. It has the
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
“Like the concept” — nancyheitel
Studio 511
2 Reviews
Park Avenue Apartment in Rosario Candela Building
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introduce a warm mural to your home’s stairwell or front entrance?Whether you commission a wall mural to match your decorating style or find a mural you
“The parquet in the back room is more what I'm looking for - not the greek key that is easier to see” — jendianas
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