Houzz is the new way to design your home.
6 hedge to keep out deer Garage and Shed Design Photos
Roger Washburn Landscape Architecture
North Shore Garden
Two enclosures keeping vegetables safe from deer and other animals, are sited on a large lawn terrace with an expansive view to the sea. The White Cedar frame is covered with hardware cloth on the sides and chicken wire overhead. House design by Maurice Smith Architect, Inc., Professor Emeritus, MIT
Enclosed with chicken wire - deer/bird protection
Lovely! Especially if you can keep them blue.
Way to fix this out building
Blue hydrangea hedge
Hydrangeas stand out even more when planted against the side of a cute cottage.
Schmitt + Company/Poor House
Studio and Office
garage door, how it lets in light, and would let you have an open air workspace on nice days or evenings, but you could seal it up when needed and still keep the lighting and the feeling of connection to the outdoors.
take out concrete - add stone - French doors in place of garage doors
Hedges in planter boxes
Door out to porch
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Atrium is in middle of house. Want to have a cover that keeps out rain and that part of it can be moved to clean debris from the outside top of atrium roof. Also, don't want to have to get a building permit.
I knew this was Burlingame! Funny how my childhood town jumps out from all the photos!
Gatz Construction Inc.
Pole Barn - Office
Nice! Organized. Keeps the dust out.
John deer.... Run like a dear!!!
Garage-atelier John Deere
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Front Yard Retreat
lot of water and maintenance to keep up. We gave it an updated and more sustainable style with Bunny Tail grasses and Kangaroo paws. Sleek new entrance stairs lead to the front door and a walled circular patio under an existing shade tree has become a favorite hang-out place. Random bands of concrete
concrete act as an informal path tying the spaces together. Best of all the deer in the neighborhood are not tempted.