107 gear Landscape Design Photos

B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
Travis Heights 1
Ideabooks277
Questions0
Treat yourself to new garden gear. It’s nice to kick off a new season of gardening with a bit of new gear, isn’t it? Head off to the garden store first
“pretty” — lindseykay01
Land Plus Associates, Ltd
4 Reviews
Country Manor
Ideabooks11,895
Questions7
10. Put away summer gear. As the summer winds down, inspect your summer gear for damage and clean it before storing it for next year. Scoop up a few new
“note L side of pic, nice way to terrace and do steps, maybe for cottage do dry laid instead of mor” — sellthisdog
Coastal Group
3 Reviews
Flugel 180
Ideabooks735
Questions0
Flugel 180 Sliding Door Gear
“Pond and view” — cymueller
Loudoun County Landscape Architect & Contractor
Greensward LLC creates outdoor living spaces for discerning clients in Northern and Piedmont Virginia.
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Annette Tatum
Tent
Ideabooks1,295
Questions2
screen is a little overwhelming, there’s a simpler option. Grab your camping gear and set up a cosy sanctuary in your backyard, with a small laptop or tablet
Camping gear
“Tent & firepit” — Brandi Mathews
Sealy Design Inc.
17 Reviews
Karen's Backyard Photo Shoot
Ideabooks622
Questions1
4. Stow school gear. Inspect school gear and decide whether to stow it for next year, donate it or toss
meaningful artwork and school papers, and get rid of the rest.5. Get outdoor gear ready. Prepare for having the kids home for summer by adding something fun
swing or new sprinkler attachment. Dig out all the old beach and outdoor gear and check to make sure it’s still in good shape; restock as needed.
“gfff” — avinashkhairnar
Rainbow Valley Design & Construction - Portland
17 Reviews
Perry/Pomranky
Ideabooks15,316
Questions6
Beach Gear and Toys7. Equipment sheds. If you already have a screen or cover hiding your garbage cans, having another built to match can be a handy way
“Looks like folding screen.K.” — phpool2015
Rick O'Donnell Architect
26 Reviews
Fire Pit
Ideabooks24,791
Questions3
You’re ready for your s’more party. Relish the last moments of summer and gear up for all of the wonder that fall will bring.
“view” — nhart93205
Tongue & Groove
12 Reviews
Firepit
Ideabooks46,457
Questions11
2. Take advantage of end-of-season sales to fill gaps in your gear. Once you know what you need (a new umbrella to replace the one that blew away?), consider
“sand play area” — Patt Harman
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