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Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
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Randy Thueme Design Inc.
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subtle nod to the splashing enjoyed inside it.
12. Fun alternatives. This fence is made from clear acrylic posts full of bubbles. The posts are anchored below a synthetic lawn, offering a playful surrounding for the pool while giving a subtle nod to the splashing enjoyed inside
posts full of bubbles. The posts are anchored below a synthetic lawn, offering a playful surrounding for the pool while giving a subtle nod to the splashing enjoyed inside it.
posts full of bubbles. The posts are anchored below a synthetic lawn, offering a playful surrounding for the pool while giving a subtle nod to the splashing enjoyed inside it.Tell us: What is your favorite fun, creative fence or wall? Coming next: 7 questions to help you think about your front-yard fence
“Fencing for Cattle areas with MS powder coated in brown” — navidcch
Simbiosi
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Tiana
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where can you buy black crushed marble? Did you have to do anything to make the gravel appear more blue?
black crushed marble stone for dog run
this gravel is black crushed marble.
Black crushed marble for dog run
black crushed marble
black crushsed marble
Blue black crushed marble
Black crushed marble.
“Side yard?” — Misty_Dawn Brown
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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Create a splash in seasonally planted pots. Tired of coleus and petunias in that pot on your front porch? Consider a large-leaved succulent such as this aeonium (zones 9 to 11) as an alternative. Your neighbors are guaranteed to notice.
Create a splash in seasonally planted
Create a splash in seasonally planted pots. Tired of coleus and petunias in that pot on your front porch? Consider a large-leaved succulent such as this aeonium (zones
Create a splash in seasonally planted pots. Tired of coleus and petunias in that pot on your front porch? Consider a large-leaved succulent such as this aeonium (zones
“Aeonium” — hrinteriors
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Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
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House of Light: Chevy Chase, Maryland Home inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen
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pool, chaise, marble
Splash pool
“small pool” — albertaguilar1
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
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Randy Thueme Design Inc.
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Love this splash of colour and the big scale of the pot
Great way to add a splash of color without having to make a big commitment.
Bring in a splash of color. While this home and its surrounding landscape have many traditional elements, the avant-garde outdoor art collection and furnishings delight and surprise. This sculpture takes the traditional urn form, blows it up to unexpected proportions and draws the eye from all over the
“varying heights” — richardson6
Huettl Landscape Architecture
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Parks Residence
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are key. Make sure your fountain is placed far enough from any plants that they aren’t continually splashed, as this can cause overwatering and mold growth. Similarly, you’ll need to catch any splashing around the perimeter of the vessel. If you’re placing it in a planted bed, set it in a buried basin
are key. Make sure your fountain is placed far enough from any plants that they aren’t continually splashed, as this can cause overwatering and mold growth.Similarly, you’ll need to catch any splashing around the perimeter of the vessel. If you’re placing it in a planted bed, set it in a buried basin
“Project considerations. Proper placement and drainage are key. Make sure your fountain is placed far” — dmjohnson927
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Red Walls, Oakland CA
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By adding a bold splash of red, we transformed an existing grey wall into a vibrant new look accented by graceful bamboo and vines. The upper level became the outdoor playroom with a climbing wall and checkerboard floor made from recycled tires. The lower level becomes an extension of the living room
a splash of colour would be nice
A bold splash of red, a play area and climbing wall, low-maintenance bamboo and grasses, a rock garden and a fountain fit the bill. An existing deck above provides shade.Red stucco now covers the gray concrete wall, and a new raised planter conceals the staircase to a play area on the upper patio. A
“Garden ideas” — ourasaad
Haggart Luxury Homes
Exteriors
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A large volume of water being forcefully pushed over a waterfall can create a powerful feeling or even a boisterous vibe if it splashes about when hitting rocks below.
introduce into your space. A large volume of water being forcefully pushed over a waterfall can create a powerful feeling or even a boisterous vibe if it splashes about when hitting rocks below. By contrast, water gently falling rather than being pushed, as shown here, produces an entirely different garden
introduce into your space.A large volume of water being forcefully pushed over a waterfall can create a powerful feeling or even a boisterous vibe if it splashes about when hitting rocks below. By contrast, water gently falling rather than being pushed, as shown here, produces an entirely different garden
“love this water feature!” — cambrose
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