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Jeni Lee
My Houzz: An Abundant Rural Retreat in the Barossa Valley.
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Lots of fruit & veg can be grown in the greenhouse - provides shelter from the wind & a humid atmosphere.
smoothies and juices, as well as eating, and a chance to grow fruits like golden berries and pepinos,” Hausler says. “It’s amazing how much food can be grown in a 20-meter [215-foot] square. It can get pretty windy out here on the hill at times, so having the protection from that, as well as a more humid
smoothies and juices, as well as eating, and a chance to grow fruits like golden berries and pepinos,” Hausler says. “It’s amazing how much food can be grown in a 20-meter [215-foot] square. It can get pretty windy out here on the hill at times, so having the protection from that, as well as a more humid
“Easy” — Mariah Mendenhall
Demetriades + Walker
16 Reviews
Connecticut Farmhouse
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pergolas, made of the same wood, provide shade around the property (in the seasons since construction, ivy has grown to offer greater protection from the elements) and tie together the outdoor spaces.
MY size house since kids are grown husband and I could live in it
“Barn” — eir4
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
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the natural fit like it has grown out of the ground
I absolutely LOVE how this home is integrated into the surrounding landscape.
Green home, grasses/moss groing on roof
beautiful calming home site
Retirement Homes
“Nice” — Ed Kraynak
Jeff King & Company
7 Reviews
Garden Shed
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Homes with shingles or vinyl siding should have trellises, as vines grown directly on these surfaces can loosen and break shingles and pull off siding. Vines can trap moisture against the
nice room for a mini home gym
or support. The best way to avoid damage to your house is by training vines to grow on a trellis placed at least 6 inches away from the side of your home — most are placed too close, which allows the vines to adhere to the exterior wall and the trellis. Any type of vine that can climb on an exterior wall
Vine on trellis 6" away from shed. Choose the right vine. One way to minimize damage is by choosing a type of vine that is less likely to damage your home. Avoid English ivy, which has very tough clinging roots and is known to be invasive. Boston ivy or Virginia creeper would be a better choice for a classic
“White flowers” — donzi18
Britannia Joinery
3 Reviews
Buildings
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Build an outdoor roomAn office in the garden gives anyone self-employed the illusion of going to work, and helps to keep home and work life separate, if only by a few metres!
Grown up space in garden
home office...Home office
“Small shed/guest area” — nancyadarden
California Closets Maryland
1 Review
Garage
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3. Hobby timeIf you loved building model planes as a boy and would secretly like to indulge in such a pursuit again, go for it. Being a grown-up is the time when you can finally do whatever you want (after those bills are paid, of course). A shed like this could accommodate many a forgotten
home office for hoppy
Home work place
“workshop” — dad271
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
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I know roofs are on the outside of your home, but how cool is this? Rooftop gardening has grown in popularity among urbanites
perpendicular and parallel lines of the roof that echo the patterning of the bark. Add to that the natural lines of the greens on the roof, and this home is a perfect reflection of the forest surrounding it.
“Rooftop garden” — agxcd
Lehman Design Studio
Carmel house Forrest Ave
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think about being on the top floor of the guest house, rounded on the end or with doors that open out with a great guest deck that has a bridge to the grown up tree house. i see lots of natural light. And I think about these craze wooden shingles…lol
“Windows” — mhedgepeth79
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