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45 bed child murphy Landscape Design Photos
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
Santa Barbara Modern Ranch
Supposed to be easy to grow and returns on its own. Maybe in flower bed under deck?
raised beds that keep rodents out
Seems interesting, but not sure I'd like a yard full of these types of raised beds.
planting beds....Water tank beds...For Murphy...raised beds....raised beds
Amaron Folkestad GC Steamboats Builder
excellent raised bed garden area. Like wood and wire.
I like the deep raised beds
raised bed gardening!
Raised bed garden...Raised beds...raised bed, fence
for your child to retreat to when they need a moment alone, away from the busy outdoor play world. Depending on the layout of your backyard, this could be a hammock beneath some trees, a cubby house, or a tee pee. You could even create a little house out of sunflowers (if you live in an area where they
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2012
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2012
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
Laughlin Design Associates, Inc.
walls for beds?
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
Russian River Studio
platform seat/bed in the alcove and sleep there -- during the day it is a daybed/sofa and at night the sleeping place -- and or a murphy bed idea... lots of options to consider. More food for thought. Feel free to email me -- firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to have a more direct conversation. Thanks, Cathy
Hudson Place Realty
for a child’s playroom, in-law suite, media room & large separate office space. The 40’ Zen inspired yard is bordered by a custom built ipe’ privacy fence & features an avant- garde design of alternating natural slate and grass with made to order ipe’ planters and gazing balls. Phillip Jeffries designer
I want to be a child again.....
Engage your child's inner artist outdoors by painting pots, making mosaic pavers and creating artwork from fallen leaves. The possibilities are limitless!Your turn: Do you include natural play elements in your yard? Upload a photo in the Comments section below!More: How to Cultivate a Young Gardener
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
who as a child split her time between France and the States, used her grandparents' smaller, scalable European farm model as inspiration for her own garden beds and greenhouse. Today, the family is self-sufficient for food, except for "alcohol, caffeine and most carbohydrates," says Helgerson. They grow