125 closets Landscape Design Photos

Hudson Place Realty
Le Lux
Ideabooks1,123
Questions1
island and Pietro natural stone counters. A dedicated family room, guest/children’s rooms and master suite with private sitting area with his and hers closets comprise the upper 2 floors. The garden level is spectacular and ideal for a child’s playroom, in-law suite, media room & large separate office space
“beds” — Gayle Graham
EAC Designs
5 Reviews
Dershowitz Backyard
Ideabooks11,889
Questions3
Closets for small spaces
“еще один вертикальный огород для зелени” — rusinstas
Archiverde Landscape Architecture
23 Reviews
Crestwood
Ideabooks3,618
Questions5
Need help with walk-in closet design
I am adding an addition and wants to add a large walk-in closet.
“Fence” — cdberry45
Heynssens + Grassman, Inc.
Shades of Summer
Ideabooks2,880
Questions2
The layered planting scheme along the front porch was designed to focus attention on the front porch and complement the existing paver walk. The suggestion to paint the posts, chinoiserie railing and porch trim a dark gray color added a dimension of sophistication to the simple frame house. Photography by Linda Oyama Bryan
“Layers” — Ursula Wallace
Between Naps on the Porch
Between Naps on the Porch
Ideabooks11,823
Questions5
Closet door options
“Outdoor” — mommatess
Andrew Whyte Landscape Design
Glen Iris Project
Ideabooks6,263
Questions4
I would like to see walk in closets
“trees” — leylaesther
Dungan Nequette Architects
5 Reviews
Anderson Pool
Ideabooks2,745
Questions6
I have a 9x12 bedroom. With a small closet also I need help maximizing the space with out feeling cramped
“door” — wjthorpe
Gardening with Confidence®
1 Review
Gardening with Confidence® lavendar.JPG
Ideabooks316
Questions0
opening; cut the stem down to the foliage. Gather the stems and tie them together. Suspend upside down in a hot, dry, dark location, such as an attic or a closet. Within 10 to 14 days, the lavender will be ready to use.
when the bottom of the bloom is just opening. Cut the stem down to the foliage. Tie & suspend upside down in hot dry dark location - an attic or a closet. In 10-14 days the lavender will be ready to use.
cut the stem down to the foliage. Gather the stems and tie them together. Suspend upside down in a hot, dry, dark location, such as an attic or a closet. Within 10 to 14 days, the lavender will be ready to use.
“Tree corner” — karbear17
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