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Jobe Corral Architects
Courtyard
Ideabooks31,678
Questions11
room and kitchen and can't decide if I should go with oil or water base poly. I have three young children and am concerned about the toxic fumes. We can leave the house for about five days. Any advice? I like the durability and look of oil based finish but don't want to risk my children's health. How
I would like to know about coating the inside. I've called around for a clear sealer, but no one has anything suitable for water immersion.
lar to the building, creating a somewhat formal feeling. Consider how the distribution of space and stuff might look on a pie chart. I’d call this about 80 percent space and 20 percent stuff, at least until the tree puts on more growth.
“Courtyard, planters” — garyhillrealtor
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
Ideabooks2,329
Questions4
Actually this is a relatively young shrub so didn't get above about 6' last year. However, the trick is to use a method called coppicing. You can read how to do that by following the link in this article i wrote a while
Actually this is a relatively young shrub so didn't get above about 6' last year. However, the trick is to use a method called coppicing. You can read how to do that by following the link in this article i wrote a while
Conducive to reverie. Text for this article talk about some here being invasive. Looks lovely, especially with the deep green foliage behind. The perfect Iris Murdock garden!
informal, great texture, day lilies for cutting, but not sure about toio much yellow
“love it” — beekeep1
Field Outdoor Spaces
13 Reviews
Urban Oasis
Ideabooks5,623
Questions5
problem, the fence is not tongue and groove it is just cedar 1"x6". Companies do sell a thinner cheaper material for fence veriticals that is probably about .5" thick that can save you money. However, this alternative leads to a cheaper feeling less durable fence and we are a bigger fan of just a normal
Very nice. Like everything about this
This looks about the size of our small backyard. Nice fence.
the fence is not tongue and groove it is just cedar 1"x6". Companies do sell a thinner cheaper material for fence veriticals that is probably about .5" thick that can save you money. However, this alternative leads to a cheaper feeling less durable fence.
“Trees fence style” — jstinnett01
AHBL
Diamond Hill Estate
Ideabooks3,391
Questions2
management. The kids can ride their bikes through the switchgrass (Panicum) or create openings to hide out in with little worry from the garden designer about damage.
Not sure where to start, but this everything about this space is awesome.
management. The kids can ride their bikes through the switchgrass (Panicum) or create openings to hide out in with little worry from the garden designer about damage.
“meadow” — Charla Kaul
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Wagner Residence
Ideabooks4,470
Questions4
Same question! We'd like to use board and batten but I'm not sure about what width of board to use.
choice if you want shade but not too much. The species has fierce thorns and grows well over 80 feet tall, but cultivars are thornless and grow to about 40 feet. They need full sun and are hardy in zones 3 (-40°F) to 7 (0°F).
choice if you want shade but not too much. The species has fierce thorns and grows well over 80 feet tall, but cultivars are thornless and grow to about 40 feet. They need full sun and are hardy in zones 3 (-40°F) to 7 (0°F).
“Native honeylocusts (Gleditsia triacanthos) have fern-like leaves that provide airy shade, so they a” — frenchtownchris
Cultivators Design and Landscape
1 Review
Bungalow Landscape re-do
Ideabooks6,392
Questions1
Something about this feels like Ms Lopresti. Think about it a bit. Round form central spot lots of seating and warmth.
Makes me wonder about Ron's courtyard
Everthing about it
“Very quant!” — jeffritter
Pendleton Design Management
Residential
Ideabooks19,910
Questions8
I'm worried about mold, rotting, etc. what is the best wood to us for durability?
As you can see we use them for steps also. So we cut them around 7 in. thick. The problem I would see about being in grass is that they would deteriorate because of being up against wet damp grass all the time.
What do you like about this photo? Wood
Wow,Dennis. How about this for your front entry?
“Fantastic use materials” — krobertson6687
Blue Sky Building Company
7 Reviews
40th Street
Ideabooks3,566
Questions3
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This is about the color of my trim
what about off-white columns
what about these posts
“porch” — Tonya Farmer
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