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Crisp Architects
51 Reviews
New York Transformation
Ideabooks4,041
Questions7
Built up flower beds to hide built up house
neighborhood itself is important, but if you must commute for hours each day, you won't have time to enjoy all it has to offer. Try to strike a balance
plant beds to raise up stairs...Like the front beds and porch...All day...Front raised bed...flower beds...paint colors and planter beds...Raised flower bed in front
“Door” — tinad55
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Mina Brinkey
6 Reviews
My Houzz: Kadet Home
Ideabooks1,101
Questions2
getting in through the windows. I don't want the windows totally shaded all day by a low porch. The trick is to get enough room on your porch for moving
I like the flower beds extending out into the yard along the front walk as if it's welcoming visitors
fuller planter beds that hug sidewalk...flower beds
“Like porch” — Lisa McDonald
Becky Harris
Virginia Countryside Cottage
Ideabooks1,012
Questions1
Iris Day lilies...wall and day lilies...flower bed...Same bed...like the stone bed...stone wall with flower bed
“front yard” — laurajean76
ROTHERS Design/Build
1 Review
Fairway Ranch Renovation exterior
Ideabooks1,704
Questions1
never make you step up or down. You’ll take suburbia over the noisy city any day, and have no problem with living in the same home forever.
never make you step up or down. You’ll take suburbia over the noisy city any day, and have no problem with living in the same home forever.See more on ranch
Columns curved beds out from path stone facade
never make you step up or down. You’ll take suburbia over the noisy city any day, and have no problem with living in the same home forever.See more on ranch
“ranch house front” — trishamongngoc
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: Collegeville Manor
Ideabooks20
Questions0
small pavers, while minimal plantings occupied narrow beds. At a later date several planting beds within the entry area were enlarged to make space for
Holly Days Nursery and Landscapes ... Project Entry: Collegeville Manor 2013 PLNA Awards for Landscape Excellence Winner Category: Residential Hardscaping
longer choosing to knock at the side- door entrance. Photo Credit: Holly Days Nursery and Landscapes
“Bed shapes” — Ann Abbey
Michael G Imber, Architects
3 Reviews
Butcher Ranch
Ideabooks568
Questions2
screened-in sleeping porch. In the old days, porches like this were where a lot of household tasks would be done during the day to take advantage of the shade
screened-in sleeping porch. In the old days, porches like this were where a lot of household tasks would be done during the day to take advantage of the shade
“screen porch idea” — Yttri Interiors
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: Collegeville Manor
Ideabooks9
Questions0
small pavers, while minimal plantings occupied narrow beds. At a later date several planting beds within the entry area were enlarged to make space for
Holly Days Nursery and Landscapes ... Project Entry: Collegeville Manor 2013 PLNA Awards for Landscape Excellence Winner Category: Residential Hardscaping
longer choosing to knock at the side- door entrance. Photo Credit: Holly Days Nursery and Landscapes
“front” — haynes remodeling
Homer Oatman, AIA
4 Reviews
Homer Clifton Oatman, AIA
Ideabooks51
Questions1
Think about it. In the old days the sand for the mortar came from the local stream bed. The sand in the local stream bed came from the erosion of the
the effect you are looking for. Stick around there with them for the first day and direct them. Have them take it down if it's not to your satisfaction
“It is very simple ... and very warm!” — rosinbum
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