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Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Formal Garden Room
Ideabooks1,814
Questions3
structure with ease; intimate seating space; furniture
Hedges and furniture
outdoor garden furniture
Garden furniture and lay out
outdoor furniture
“Benches” — rickchisholm59
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Mangan 2-1
Ideabooks18,114
Questions7
patio furniture
eg: concrete+gravel. 4' wall. grass.
Structure over furniture
“stepping stones , gravel and water always work well together” — Amanda Lloyd-Sim
Conte & Conte, LLC
5 Reviews
Formal Garden
Ideabooks1,571
Questions3
patio furniture
“buty” — สิวลี อ้นแดง
The Brickman Group, Ltd.
1 Review
Potager Garden
Ideabooks9,555
Questions2
combine inground elements with pots (e.g. fleur de lis) with lawn sculpture (bird bath, fountain)
patio furniture
“Fountain garden” — trishgoldby
Casa Smith Designs, LLC
4 Reviews
Colorful Pots
Ideabooks42,789
Questions4
a pot...so long as the pot is large enough. The size of the plant is dependent on the variety of hydrangea you select. There are dwarf varieties (e.g., Cityline Rio Hydrangea) that only get 3', while others can grow to 10' tall and wide. The size of pot required is dependent on the variety of hydrangea
“plants” — juancvillalobosj
Actual Size Projects
1 Review
Country Crib
Ideabooks3,231
Questions2
Country Crib
log furniture
“chaises” — sarafort
Eco Minded Solutions
13 Reviews
Eco Minded Solutions
Ideabooks2,333
Questions4
Ewout: Want to use wood (or "wood look") on selected surfaces with a combination of horizontal (e.g. bench) and vertical (e.g. wall) elements
Benches for the fire pit. Space for patio furniture. Party space for buffet and Grill. Perfect. Separate areas for firepit, Grill, dining. Great use of space.
teak surround on spa plus patio furniture
“Love everything” — miya07
Modern Landscape
Ideabooks4,946
Questions2
very quickly, especially in a tropical climate where sunshine and rainfall is abundant? Out of curiosity, why are there so many one worded comments, e.g. chair, wood, lighting...all of which aren't very useful (at least for me) and non-contributing?
Like the lighting and moveable furniture
“Accentuate steps. Steps and other level changes need good illumination so they can be easily seen an” — hannahrhurst
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