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Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
how about we do the kitchen on the back wall and a table vs. island?
Landscaping around edges and outdoor kitchen and fireplace
outside kitchen gazebo
Outdoor kitchen?...outdoor kitchen...Kitchen and oven...outdoor kitchen
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
These look similar to our kitchen tiles - are our kitchen tiles ok for outdoor use? Bluestone/slate could clash if it's up against the opening to the kitchen.
Idea for outdoor kitchen, but with fireplace in the corner....bar on other side of sink...
set your kitchen apart or at least the grill and put water and refrig under canopy
Keith Willig Landscape Services, Inc.
Outdoor Kitchen, Pizza Oven, Seat Wall, and BBQ, Featured in Sunset Barbecues & Outdoor Kitchens 2010
cabinets and build kitchen around them
Kitchen Idea outdoor
outside kitchen...Outdoor kitchen...Grade kitchen....simple kitchen...Outdoor Kitchens...outdoor kitchen
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
Stone patio with espaliered apple trees for a surround, kitchen garden...
espaliered fruit tree in a kitchen garden?
4. Living fences. What could be lovelier than an espaliered fruit tree in a kitchen garden? Apple trees make a low living fence in this potager
Lo e how the espaliered apple trees surround the kitchen garden. I would need to fence off the whole thing, to keep the deer away.
Living fences. What could be lovelier than an espaliered fruit tree in a kitchen garden? Apple
Espalier apple trees around a kitchen garden
Living fences. What could be lovelier than an espaliered fruit tree in a kitchen garden? Apple trees make a low living fence in this potager. Pear trees are also commonly espaliered
Kitchen and Small dining area bump out
Bosworth Hoedemaker Small solutions. Sometimes a very small addition can yield big results, particularly in kitchens. Adding just 3 or 4 feet to a cramped kitchen can open
Cantilevered additions, adding along driveway area. Can add 3 to 4 feet of space to kitchen, no foundation needed.
Cantilevered micro-addition - cheaper than expanding foundation, but could add a few feet to the kitchen on the patio side and could fit under existing roofline.
Small solutions. Sometimes a very small addition can yield big results, particularly in kitchens. Adding just 3 or 4 feet to a cramped kitchen can open up a world of possibilities for appliances and additional cabinetry. If this can be achieved by cantilevering the
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
This traditional herb and cutting garden is conveniently located just outside the kitchen, with views to the dining terrace beyond.
maybe the back of the driveway off the kitchen and garage could be converted into a large manicured garden space similar to this. It could go to the edge of the property at the end of the yard
This kitchen garden looks a lot like one you would find in Colonial Williamsburg. It's so great that these people have dedicated such a large part of their patio space to it.
In the garden. A kitchen garden situated right outside the house is convenient for stepping out and clipping a few stems
Conte & Conte, LLC
the box plants.. i would love my kitchen garden to look like this.
NO RABBIT PROBLEM HERE LOOK AWESOME IS THIS STONEWALL KITCHENS HOUSE ?
Edible garden. Raised beds lend order and structure to a kitchen garden. Depending on the dimensions, they also can be kid and grandparent friendly. For example, this set of eight raised beds, beautifully constructed from ipe or similar hardwood lumber, has details like mitered corners and smooth hardware
hearts’ content. And the capped walls are wide enough to double as seating — handy for someone with physical limitations.Mostly I admire this side kitchen garden for its attractive design, functional spacing (there’s room for a wheelbarrow between the raised beds) and the excellent proportions that hold
The great outdoors. Just as food in the kitchen can be a problem for pets, so can plants in the garden. There are any number of plants that can cause problems; for some of the most common ones, see the Houzz guide, 22 Plants to Keep Away From Pets.Compost, cocoa-based mulches, pesticides, insecticides
In the great outdoorsJust as food in the kitchen can be a problem for pets, so can plants in the garden. There are any number of plants that can cause problems; for some of the most common ones, see