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Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Woodside One 03 (Design by Lutsko Associates)
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Just like the feel of it. Embrace your home’s architecture. ..a well-authored relationship between a home and the land upon which it sits. In the space shown here, simplicity of lines and the home’s reflection in the water create a perfect homogeneous relationship between home and land
Embrace your home’s architecture. There is something profoundly significant about a well-authored relationship between a home and the land upon which it sits. In the space shown
You may be asking, “What do I do about my nondescript tract home sitting in the suburbs?” A simple first step would be to look at your home’s architectural style. Craftsman homes, for example, blend perfectly with gardens featuring mass plantings of ornamental switchgrass (Panicum spp and cvs, zones
“Love walkway” — Abby Mitchell
CM Glover
My Houzz: Eclectic Finds in Maryland
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concrete planters and architectural building fragments to decorate the garden with. "I not only use them on bookcases or mantels, but I also place them among the blooms in my garden to add interest and an element of surprise"
Concrete planters and architectural fragments placed in
nice idea for side yard on terraced area - architectural items and concrete planters
Wall loves to collect old concrete planters and architectural building fragments to decorate her garden with. "I not only use them on bookcases or mantels
Love the collection of concrete planters and architectural pieces
Gravel and timber path, and architectural pieces
Great use of found architectural objects
Wall loves to collect old concrete planters and architectural building fragments to decorate her garden with. "I not only use them on bookcases or mantels, but I also place them among the blooms in my garden to add interest and an element of surprise," she says.
“The terraced yard.” — brackermanj
Natalie DeNormandie
11 Reviews
Lincoln Edible Estate
Ideabooks1,798
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Simple geometry. Like classical architecture, formal garden design has its roots in the geometry of Greek and Roman architecture. Formal gardens tend to emphasize straight lines, right angles and circles.
Simple geometry. Like classical architecture, formal garden design has its
geometry of Greek and Roman architecture. Formal gardens tend to emphasize straight lines, right angles and circles.
1. Simple geometry. Like classical architecture, formal garden design has
Natalie DeNormandie Natalie DeNormandieSave to IdeabookEmail Photo 1. Simple geometry. Like classical architecture, formal garden design has its roots in the geometry of Greek and Roman architecture. Formal gardens tend to emphasize straight lines, right angles and circles.
“Gate” — Garrett Custom Homes & Fine Renvation
Terra Rubina
1 Review
San Mateo Residential
Ideabooks7,509
Questions5
This stone wall marries the shower's architecture and the landscape architecture, while woolly pockets create vertical garden walls around it.
4. Blend the shower with the landscapeThis stone wall marries the shower’s architecture with the landscape architecture, while woolly pockets create vertical
“perfect after the beach” — 1980em
Urban Oasis
6 Reviews
Cottage Garden Fusion
Ideabooks1,299
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Architectural plants. These types of plants have very distinct, strong forms — the perfect foil for classic and exuberant roses. Shown: New Zealand flax and pygmy date palm
6. Architectural plants. These types of plants have very distinct, strong forms — the perfect foil for classic and exuberant roses. Shown: New Zealand flax and pygmy date palm
Architectural plants. These types of plants have very distinct
Architectural plants. These types of plants have very distinct, strong forms — the perfect foil for classic and exuberant roses.
Appropriate plantings with the architecture of the house.
Interesting integration of distinct architectural plants that are readily available in my locale that I would have not chosen. But seeing how well it works together sparks a nice interplay of plant
“Flower bed” — gagstress
Haddonstone Ltd
Haddonstone - Follies
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Architectural design?
Architectural elements
Architectural salvage
“Landscape” — kimglessner
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Shell Beach Residence
Ideabooks8,312
Questions6
This is a custom Design by us Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture www.jgsdesigns.com with design and fabrication by Walt Watson www.waltwatson.com.
address fixture also — architectural touches like this contribute to the effect of landscape lighting.
Create a glow. A translucent gate creates an opportunity to make this entrance glow with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Notice the backlit address fixture also — architectural touches like this contribute
translucent gate creates an opportunity to make this entrance glow with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Notice the backlit address fixture also — architectural touches like this contribute to the effect of landscape lighting.
translucent gate creates an opportunity to make this entrance glow with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Notice the backlit address fixture also — architectural touches like this contribute to the effect of landscape lighting
“love the entrance gate doors” — dm1953
Erik Block Design Build LLC
Bridge
Ideabooks2,191
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unexpected in a backyard and adds architectural interest.
Suspension bridge. If you have a creek or pond on your property, make it into a destination with a striking bridge like the one shown here. A suspension bridge is unexpected in a backyard and adds architectural interest.
your property, make it into a destination with a striking bridge like the one shown here. A suspension bridge is unexpected in a backyard and adds architectural interest.
your property, make it into a destination with a striking bridge like the one shown here. A suspension bridge is unexpected in a backyard and adds architectural interest.
“I like this bridge” — mayamonkeymo
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