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Eclectic Landscape
Ideabooks51,620
Questions9
livestock. I spent about $75 each on mine. They are made so that two nest together (one a little smaller) so I fit them in the back of a Mazda hatchback car easily. Drilling holes is easy. Then line bottom with garden fabric, put in 3-4 large upside down buckets so you don;t have to fill with so much soil)
livestock. I spent about $75 each on mine. They are made so that two nest together (one a little smaller) so I fit them in the back of a Mazda hatchback car easily. Drilling holes is easy. Then line bottom with garden fabric, put in 3-4 large upside down buckets so you don;t have to fill with so much soil)
“Love these containers” — picketfence12
Fencemaster
Residential Fence Projects
Ideabooks2,270
Questions2
Is it possible to bring the gate through which cars will enter and exit out into the front more?
CAR ENTRY AND EXIT
“Gate” — jzawilmoth
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Mangan 2-1
Ideabooks18,225
Questions7
Floating "car ports"
Car Port
“Pond ideas” — Mary Venettone
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Rustic
Ideabooks29,080
Questions13
Car port Bougainvillas
Port de car
“yes, resemblance of Greece. . .” — Erin Sullivan
MainStreet Design Build
21 Reviews
English Cotswold Addition Project
Ideabooks321
Questions2
the basement, first floor and second floor. In order to create a fluid addition that seamlessly attached to this home, we tore down the original one car garage, nook and powder room. The addition was added off the northern portion of the home, which allowed for a side entry garage. Plus, a small addition
seating, stone countertops, commercial appliances, large nook/gathering with French doors to the covered porch, mud and powder room off of the new four car garage. Most of the 2nd floor was allocated to the master suite. This beautiful new area has views of the park and includes a luxurious master bath
“siding color with brick” — trilevelfix
Envision Web
Lake Chatuge Custom Homes
Ideabooks259
Questions1
early 1940’s as part of a project that would provide badly needed electricity to the southeast, especially in light of the defense industry’s need for a source of power during the war efforts. In addition to the benefit of electrical power, the jobs created by the building of the dam helped the local
certainly struggling in the post-Depression era. Construction took only about a year, but it was not without its difficulties. While the promise of electricity offered much to the residents, many of them had to give up treasured family farmland, which would soon be under water when the land was flooded.
“la fontaine de pierres” — bzouay6
Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
John Dodge Compound
Ideabooks344
Questions1
Hi could anyone tell me what the electric blue flowers are? Much appreciated
Electric blue flowers?
Electric blue flowers?????
“aspens” — Brown Bird Studio
Marc Garvey Electric
Galatea
Ideabooks67
Questions0
Marc Garvey Electric
“window front idea” — embreen
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