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Genus Loci Ecological Landscapes Inc.
8 Reviews
Outdoor Dining Terrace
Ideabooks13,265
Questions7
out the differences for yourself at EasyTurf.com and FieldTurf.com - as a point of reference FieldTurf leads the modern day sports field industry. 21 of 32 NFL teams play or practice on FieldTurf products. Here's a photo of a recent install with paver stones.
There was the original 1x6 pressure treated fence, which we left in place. We then installed the smaller cedar fence around the dining deck. It is built of 1x6 cedar, ripped in half to create narrower slats. Hope this helps.
“Easy to maintain with a dog” — Shannon Jenkins
Carolyn Chadwick
garden design in Bennekom, the Netherlands
Ideabooks3,047
Questions2
http://www.gardinox.nl/productgrp.php?soort=10 and here a link to the picture of 2 sizes http://www.gardinox.nl/popup.php?foto=TUSK klein.jpg&prodid=63 Good luck, kind regards, Carolyn Chadwick (lifestyle designer for gardens and Interior)
cool fountainand here a link to the picture of 2 sizes http://www.gardinox.nl/popup.php?foto=TUSK klein.jpg&prodid=63
“fountain for steve” — sjt2010
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Mangan 2-1
Ideabooks18,121
Questions7
I think it is about 6' x 7' or 8' . The stepping stones are 18" x 24" for reference.
Feather reed grass (Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster').
Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster'
Mangan 2-1
“stepping stones , gravel and water always work well together” — Amanda Lloyd-Sim
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
Elegance in Design
Ideabooks53,989
Questions10
Did you use 4x4 and 1x's for building this? Is that a wire in the same area you have the garden tools hanging from, what's on top of it?
did use 4x4's for the posts and wrap them in 1x cedar. The client added the other things you mentioned after the fact to hold more tools. The top bar is supporting a wire mesh for the plants to grow up
We constructed the base of the garden out of 21A gravel
“Raised beds” — kbenstead
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
Ideabooks3,788
Questions4
Cobra Stone in Georgetown, about $32 per paver.
danitristan Cobra Stone in Georgetown, about $32 per paver. July 13, 2013 at 9:29am LikeUnlike
2'x4' concrete pavers poured in place
“Driveway” — nkucchal
River Valley Landscapes & Pools
4 Reviews
Farmhouse Transformed
Ideabooks460
Questions0
The resulting design combines elements of farm living from that time, as well as acknowledging the property’s history as a horse farm, with staples of 21st century landscapes such as space for outdoor living, lighting, and newer plant varieties. Guests approach from the main driveway which
Great X design for a courtyard garden
Like the edgers and the black lining X
“Good vege plot” — rodwen
Designscapes Colorado Inc.
1 Review
Paths, Stairs and Gates
Ideabooks25,500
Questions9
am not the builder, however i am a designer builder and this appears to be weathered pine 2 X 8's , with 4 X 4 posts and chicken wire. The caps are either 2X6 or demensional 2X4 (actually 2" X 4" not the 1 1/2 X 3 1/2) It is very quaint... hope this helps :)
am not the builder, however i am a designer builder and this appears to be weathered pine 2 X 8's , with 4 X 4 posts and chicken wire. The caps are either 2X6 or demensional 2X4 (actually 2" X 4" not the 1 1/2 X 3 1/2) It is very quaint... hope this helps :)
“great fencing” — jikk
ROOMS & BLOOMS
4 Reviews
Windy Brae
Ideabooks95,470
Questions11
What is the door size? Is it a 2'6" x 6'8"?
two found in the basement of our old house, was original to the house. This one was used as a side entrance door to the basement and is an odd size - 32" X 73".
“The door” — jturinsky
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