701 parking spot Farmhouse Home Design Photos

Kettelkamp & Kettelkamp
Kettelkamp & Kettelkamp Landscape Architecture
Ideabooks7,106
Questions10
parking spots beside driveway--or including driveway
driveway and uncovered parking option
permeable parking, sliding garage door
grasscrete driveway/parking
Permeable Parking Court
parking pad...Parking area idea.
“Driveway” — richmonddeocampo
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Ridgeside Vineyard Farmhouse
Ideabooks9,331
Questions6
Parking Spots with post and gravel
exterior lighting and fence at parking
Parking area and front door but would add dark window frames
Fence gives direction on where to park
Parking and outdoor lighting
“can hang lighting outside” — noelej1
Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
Modern Farm House
Ideabooks7,132
Questions8
Outside & drive way parking area house outside look
drive way parking. had suggested in one pic to put cement slabs and marble chips in between. as per this pic, may be we can put matching crushed rock as per stone façade
house,” Cuppett says. And because the most important room to the wife is the kitchen — she's an avid cook — Cuppett put that space on the best possible spot on the site: under the live oak trees at the edge of the property and looking out to the pasture. He then designed the house around that. “When she’s
“Entrée roches et bordures” — tonylol
Going Home To Roost
Santa Ynez
Ideabooks2,982
Questions3
String of Pearls (Senecio rowleyanus), is an ideal creeping succulent to add to a quirky room. Pot it in well-draining, sandy soil and place it in a spot where its trailing foliage can hang down and cascade freely.
String of Pearls (Senecio rowleyanus), is an ideal creeping succulent to add to a quirky room. Pot it in well-draining, sandy soil and place it in a spot where its trailing foliage can hang down and cascade freely. Great for: This odd-looking plant is a great conversation starter and can be easily shared
unique String of Pearls (Senecio rowleyanus) creeping succulent is an ideal plant to add to a quirky room. Pot in well-draining sandy soil and place in a spot where its trailing foliage can hang down and cascade freely.
“Beautiful bright kitchen.” — mj003
Davis Landscape Design LLC
2 Reviews
Modern Rustic Sagaponack
Ideabooks602
Questions0
Choose an out-of-the-way spot that gets full sun for your cutting garden. It will still be enjoyable to look at, but the whole point is to have a place where you can snip blooms freely and not worry about creating blank spots in the garden bed — in other words, don’t put it right
Choose an out-of-the-way spot that gets full sun for your cutting garden. It will still be enjoyable to look at, but the whole point is to have a place where you can snip blooms freely and not worry about creating blank spots in the garden bed — in other words, don’t put it right in front of the house
“flowers” — Amy Brekke
Locus Architecture
Rural Vernacular
Ideabooks1,129
Questions1
should note that I’m not actively encouraging you to make seed bombs for the express goal of tossing them into your neighbors’ fields or lawns or city parks or vacant lots — that might be illegal or at least rude (tempting, though). You can use seed bombs in your own garden or as economical plant gifts for
but spread out across the seasons. I'd also add trillium (for shadier areas), and bachelor's buttons, tigerlillies and blazing star for the sunny spots. The last three all grow wild near my childhood home.
“paint color” — Tara Hintz
Julie Williams Design
2 Reviews
House in Sonoma
Ideabooks4,751
Questions14
The pendants are Hudson Valley, they were called Orleans when we purchased them but they are now called Orchard Park.
The pendants are by Hudson Valley model 7821 Orchard Park pendants.
Hudson Valley--Orleans--Orchard Park
Hudson Valley Orchard Park
“granite” — lazofam
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Ridgeside Vineyard Farmhouse
Ideabooks2,464
Questions4
Like parking area
parking view off front porch
“bat and board” — thunder00
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