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Bragg HillMoger Mehrhof Architects
love the wall and low plants
low stone wall defines an area but does not limit views. The stones are warm and natural.
Possible retaining walls outside towards lake.
HOW ABOUT BUILDING A ROCK WALL ALONG THE CLIFF EDGE WEST OF THE GARAGE????
Stone wall. I love the purple feather grass - wonder what it is.
retaining walls create a welcoming courtyard in the meadow out front. If you’d like more detailed information about the construction process, check out Barney’s excellent blog about the home. “My clients tell me that living this way has really improved their quality of life,” Moger says. It’s easy to see
Cold Springs FarmPeriod Architecture Ltd.
I like the brick walk way and plants
cute fence on top of stone wall
rock wall with iron with brick pathway
Pathways and plantings
Brick wall & pathway
wall and walkway...stone wall...The planting...Plants by wall...Wall and fencing...gorgeous stone wall...What plant is that?...Plants border...Wall stone, pavers...Retaining wall...Rustic wall...stone wall!...Plants on the sides...love the wall...Top of wall...stone wall....stone wall
Modern Farmhouse Powder bathJudith Balis Interiors
We were wondering the dimensions/style of wood panels on wall?
What is the make and model of this wall mounted faucet and where can I find it?
Clean simple wood walls look vintage but new
this has many of the elements we are working with: the white shiplap walls, the
Too much paneling. Remember to keep paneling one wall only or opposite walls.
earth tones, planked walls, raised sink
Trees line the perimeter of the back yard, while a sunken gathering area highlights the landscape. "We wanted [the basement] to have attractive outside access and a restful garden sitting area of its own", Gayle explains. Leading into lowest level of the home, the patio brings outdoor elements inside, making the basement feel more like another level, as opposed to a closed-off space.
Gary + Gayle: Cincinnati, OhioAdrienne DeRosa
How you keep the retaining wall from falling? What holds the wall?
Use walls like this down at the new room.
Retaining wall with patio with fire pit half way down to bottom
THE STEP LEVEL OF THE WALL
This is very pretty, high retaining walls mixing grass btwn layers.
Retaining wall idea for sunken trees landscaping.
could landscape like this behind our rock wall
part of wall to be underpinned - is it cheaper than building an addition there?
Like the wall around for grading ... This photo TOO much but concept only
A Dream CottageTruexCullins
Love the wall sconces. Can you please share the source?
White shelving and plants
house plants...wall lighting...?? On wall...shelving, plants...wall paneling...the walls....Plant On bookshelf...blank wall
& mini walls of the porch
vertical wall cladding
back wall and pillar
Farmhouse Back Porch and GardenLaurieAnna's Vintage Home
hang planted herbs in buckets from our coat hanger
Plants by door and bench with ferns
nice lookfor a porch,even the plants/planters
Narrow bench and buckets on wall are an idea for side of porch
hanging plants for front porch
ideas for garage wall
basket/plant thing on wall
plants, metal and wicker
use of wall mounted storage
hanging potted plants
Outdoor plants...Balcony plants...Wall baskets...PLANTERS ON WALL...hanging plants
Shy Rabbit FarmTess Fine
White-washed walls setup during potting season.
whitewashed walls - older multi-paned windows
Garden table for potting plants..
potting up plants and working on your landscape. Extra pots, shovels and pitchforks are the only accessories you’ll ever need.
Whitewashed walls...Wall color...ashed walls...White washed walls...whitewash walls
Virginia Countryside CottageBecky Harris
If you turned around, you'd get this beautiful hillside garden view. The low wall is also made of
The low wall is also made of shale found on the property.
on your plants when you are placing them so that they go from shortest to tallest from the edge of the grass to the edge of the garden.See the rest of this home and garden
Renovation: Senoia FarmhouseHistorical Concepts
Are the two Matching plants fig trees?
What is wall color behind pictures on mantel...please and thanks so much!
of the plants and distressed wood is a great pairing!!
select the plants or furnishings. I checked the Resource Guide for the home and I don't see any indication of the plant type.
ceiling, wall and trim paint throughout the house is Pearly White (SW7009) from Sherwin Williams. A complete listing of all resources for this project, including furniture, rugs, fabrics, paint colors, etc. is available here: http://www.ideahouse-digital.com/2012/2012/0/0#&pageSet=0
Lots of plants and a combo of vintage and clean
White on white with color in plant s and wood
Santa YnezGoing Home To Roost
shelves above the window for plants
butcher block counter_drapey green plant_lots of bits of color
Painted cabs, white blends in with walls, cute jnobs
Delightful in every way. Like the plants high on the window
Shelf with plants (herbs) as valance for kitchen window.
propagate the plant within the same pot or in a separate one. Propagation: Take 4-inch stem-tip cuttings, preferably in the spring or summer, and insert them into a moist potting medium. Press them into the potting mix until the leaves are almost covered. Keep the medium lightly moist. The cuttings will root
Richland, OR: Connie and ObbieSarah Greenman
these plants best suited for? Absolutely beautiful!
from the plants is your best bet. You may need to stake the tallest plants. For a fun look, grow the sunflowers among pole beans; they can support each other.
Planting and care: Choose a spot that gets full sun for at least six hours per day, preferably more, and that is not overly windy. Before planting
I love the plants. I need to find out what kind they are
Water the plants consistently and well during the growing season but don't leave the soil soaking wet
from the plants is your best bet.You may need to stake the tallest plants. For a fun look, grow the sunflowers among pole beans; they can support each other.
Plant seeds 1/2 inch deep and 6 to 12 inches apart, in rows 2 to 3 feet apart. Thin to 1 to 1 1/2 feet apart once the seedlings have reached about