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Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
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Questions4
I found a similar bench at following site http://www.inewidea.com/2011/06/27/38868.html#more-38868 It's a Cricket Forge Leaf Bench and Table set for $2370
M garden?
“Fountain” — pcxxxxxxxx
C.O.S Design
5 Reviews
Creative Outdoor Solutions
Ideabooks34,077
Questions12
I've purchased a 1928 Mission/ Tudor style home in a great historical neighborhood and will be doing renovations inside - I'm looking for a comprehensive integrated color palette. Thoughts on the best way to go?
Sorry, Not quite sure what you mean by the question? The timber landing is only around 1200mm wide. The whole back yard is 5 x 10m. Its a small courtyard design.
I'm sorry but this question on this photo makes no sense, think you might be referring to a different photo.
To be honest i'm not exactly sure what that style is as we are based in Australia. I would recommend you
Bamboo World in Vancouver, Canada http://www.bambooworld.com/bamboo-plants lists species and temperature ranges in which they can survive. I'm about to plant Fargesia clumping bamboo here in Toronto, Canada in with winters that can reach -30C. Contact me next summer and I'll let you know if they survived
“Back yard” — melmoharris
Trilogy Partners
Steamboat Storm Meadow Drive Mountain/Asian Fusion
Ideabooks260
Questions0
~Aristotle~ -------- Original Message -------- Subject: FW: Blain estimate and schematics From: Mark Crumley Date: Fri, May 30, 2014 3:47 pm To: "'amy@tkohomes.com'" Blain est. any questions let me know. Thanks and have a Great weekend From: Matt Clark Sent: Friday, May 30, 2014 3:42
“Company” — menoknow
Grizzly Iron, Inc
8 Reviews
Front Entry Ironwork
Ideabooks1,100
Questions0
Forged window grill
Forged Iron Gate...hand forged
“White iron gate” — jahess18
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Park Residence
Ideabooks1,563
Questions3
I have a similar circle of rocks in my own yard and I'm looking for retaining solutions. What is the material retaining the rocks in this photo? It looks like a long, thin metal strip, but I can't tell.
edges always crisp, circles or straight runs! Try these options to view whether this is what your after: Permaloc: http://www.permaloc.com/products.html#edgings FormBoss (Australia but they may retail somewhere near you) http://www.greenlines.com.au/ Costco online! To find: Hit up local landscape
edging Permaloc: http://www.permaloc.com/products.html#edgings FormBoss (Australia but they may retail somewhere near you) http://www.greenlines.com.au/ Costco online!
Permaloc: http://www.permaloc.com/products.html#edgings FormBoss (Australia but they may retail somewhere near you) http://www.greenlines.com.au/ Costco online!
“Aluminum edging” — bbailey64
Josh and Malissa McCulloch
DIY Front Yard Makeover
Ideabooks46,200
Questions21
Just saw the rest of the pictures you posted... your home is beautiful! I'm in love with your kitchen!
My husband and I built it. We found the plans online but it was a few years ago so I'm not sure of the source. Thanks for your question! ~Malissa
plans for the waterfall since there didn't seem to be an answer to the question here are the plans: http://www.mipond.com/manuals/cascadefalls/index.html hope it helps
“Porch and landscaping” — lesliecoblentz
RDM Architecture
14 Reviews
Projects
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This photo was one of the most popular "Design" images on Houzz in 2012 - http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/1435436/thumbs/pt=fdc1686efe3dfb19657036963f01ae47/Houzz--Best-of-Remodeling-2012---Landscapes - and added to over 11,000 Ideabooks
Sorry Theora, 1915, I dont know the brand of clapboard used or the exact paint . Although, a little research i'm sure will get you closer to the products you need to suit your budget. . I always say buy the best you can afford, especially if you plan on staying in
I like some of the shade plants for one of the areas I'm dealing with. Love the birdbath!!
“Walkway” — rockets4
Tim Cuppett Architects
11 Reviews
Courtyard
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Questions11
I'm looking to do a variation of this for my class and this is the cleanest, prettiest example I've seen.
If you like contemporary modern planters, make sure to check out our "Swiss Made" designer planters: http://www.stardust.com/SEARCH.html?q=planter
I'm sorry that I don't have the source of the planter.
Fencing options around M\private master pool/garden
“Fence and tall planter” — Kathy Isaak
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