5,010 nursery pictures Exterior Design Photos

Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
The Gatehouse
Ideabooks4,117
Questions7
garden. Picture the conifers that cling to the rocky ocean cliffs of the Pacific Northwest. These ancient trees have been blown, twisted and shaped by the wind over centuries. The implied movement captured in these trees records both history and nature’s fury. By visiting specialty nurseries, you can
By visiting specialty nurseries, you can re-create this look in your garden. Trees to consider include Japanese white and black pines (Pinus parviflora and Pinus thunbergii, USDA
garden. Picture the conifers that cling to the rocky ocean cliffs of the Pacific Northwest. These ancient trees have been blown, twisted and shaped by the wind over centuries. The implied movement captured in these trees records both history and nature’s fury. By visiting specialty nurseries, you can
“shape, size, roofline, finishes” — garycraig
Hollywood Crawford Door Company
1 Review
Clopay Door Spring Specials
Ideabooks27,884
Questions12
Are there pictures of the inside of this home
this picture is from one of the garage door manufacturers (Clopay) that we purchase products from so I have no idea what the color of this roof is.
Thank you very much for your interest in this picture and home but unfortunately I don't have any other pictures of this home because this picture came
in the rock on this home but unfortunately this is picture from Clopay Garage Doors showcasing the garage doors and I don't know what kind of rock is on this home.
Thanks for your interest in our picture but unfortunately this is the only picture we have of this home.
I appreciate you checking out our picture but unfortunately I can't answer any questions about the home itself - just the garage doors. This picture came from one of the garage door manufacturers we work with - Clopay Corporation. Thanks again.
“Garage doors” — kemperg
Stephanie Ann Davis Landscape Design
HH1
Ideabooks8,528
Questions8
I love the look of horsetail but a nursery advised against it because it can crack cement.
Hi I'm not sure where you're located but most nurseries in Southern California carry these in 1 and 5 gallon containers. I would suggest calling around where you live. Thanks!
idea below picture window
“barrier plants and planters” — ramblaorienta
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Norris Architecture
2 Reviews
Stone Residence 1
Ideabooks68,808
Questions61
Is this home a two story? Looking at the pictures of the inside and all the vaulted ceilings I am curious. Thanks!
Is there anyway to view the floor plan for just the part of the house shown in this picture? Absolutely love this exterior!
Square Footage of Main House in picture
What is the square footage of the main house shown in this picture? Thanks.
What is the layout like? I'd love to see room pictures!
Is there a better picture showing more of the room bumped out to the right of the main house? It has long simple windows that are so pretty. I am doing an addition to my home
Kellie103 here is a picture of a ceiling done entirely in PVC. The picture was really designed to show the PVC rail, but hopefully you can see enough to get an idea if you like the look.
“Lake” — Elizabeth Vernon
Sicora Design/Build
6 Reviews
Salem Avenue Renovation
Ideabooks98,772
Questions80
Was this picture taken at dusk?
It appears so as the lights are on. Would be curious to see a picture of this in sunlight.
this house and intend to build one similar to this. What is the size of the windows? If you can give the dimension for all that can be seen in the picture, will be much appreciated.
to reproduce a similar looking 54' brick home and was wondering what the interior layout of the house was like. I would love to see any additional pictures you may have as well. Great Job!
second floor? Could this be done to a ranch? Do you have any pictures of the back of the home? Love what you have done to the front!!
How many square feet were added to the second floor? Could this be done to a ranch? Do you have any pictures of the back of the home? Love what you have done to the front
“exterior” — donnabonnell
A. Tate Hilliard, Architect/Builder
Distant Island Home
Ideabooks4,366
Questions4
Order trunked Sabal palm tree from the nursery
removed. Seedling sabals are more difficult to transplant, so it’s worthwhile to pay extra for getting trunked specimens delivered from a specialty nursery. They will arrive without leaves and can be planted directly in the ground upon delivery. To get them established quickly, transplant from fall to
spring and keep the soil moist until a few leaves appear. Plant palm trees 5 to 10 feet away from walls, houses and other structures, and consult the nursery about using stakes to prop the trees up until the roots become established.
“berkshire beige” — advntrskr99
Anne Sneed Architectural Interiors
Transitional Beach House
Ideabooks740
Questions3
Is there a picture taken from the inside looking outside at this?
Wide picture window with casements at each end. Casements have a divided lite pattern but picture window does not. Recommend this as a possible treatment for windows e.g. in the front bedrooms. Could use a different lite pattern e.g. diamond on the casements.
picture of casement with one row of mullion
“Lights outside” — autre
Eric H. Gjerde AIA
6 Reviews
View from Walnut Street
Ideabooks24,549
Questions32
Do you have pictures of bedrooms, bathrooms, back yard, grarage?
How many bedrooms and bathrooms does this house have? Do you have pictures of the bedrooms, bathrooms, back yard, garage?
Tis house is beautiful. May I see pictures of more rooms? Where is thi
Tis house is beautiful. May I see pictures of more rooms? Where is this house located? Is it for sale?
I am selling my home and looking at house plans to build. I would love to see the plans as well as some pictures of the interior if possible. Can you help me out here? Thanking you in advance. :)
Picture of how the home look before http://existingandproposed.blogspot.com
READING IS A LOVELY TOWN, NORTH OF BOSTON, ON THE COMMUTER RAIL. A HOUSE SIMILAR TO THIS WOULD BE AROUND $550.00. THE INTERIOR PICTURES ARE SPECTACULAR AND I BET IN A STRONGER MARKET THERE WOULD BE BIDDING WARS ON THIS ONE. IT'S FAB!
“Brick” — Natasha Gindin
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