301 options to drilling on tile Landscape Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks3,147
Questions1
where do i find terrra cotta outdoor floor tile to mimic a carpet?
Hi i cannot find this tile anywhere on your site. Can you provide a product id? thanks.
Add special tiles to our patio
Michelle prefers the slightly rough looking square ceramic tiles, a central pattern would be optional
a single expanse of pavers, tiles that mimic a Moroccan rug add definition.
6. Tilework and ironwork. When religious mandates forbade the representation of living forms as decoration for dwellings or gardens, early garden makers in the Middle East used colorful tiles to emulate flower colors and
“floor” — deede
Eclectic Landscape
Ideabooks50,868
Questions9
any farm supply outlet, Ace Hardware, Tractor Supply. They won't have holes, but it's easy to have someone drill some holes, or if you do a "garden Lasagna" set up, you won't even have to drill holes, just start with twigs and small branches in bottom, followed by smashed up pop cans, then paper, and
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) and throw in
Karen C. you could add castors but it would involve drilling holes to bolt them in but you could then seal it with bathtub caulking
“Planters for berry bushes” — pairadocs434
markdesign, llc
10 Reviews
Outdoor Spaces
Ideabooks67,222
Questions21
Yes, it's a custom fountain that I designed for this client. It's a 700 lb. boulder, drilled to add a hole that sits on top or a platform with a basin of water underneath. A pump that sits in the basin has a tube tube that runs up through the rock to create a plume of water. Pretty easy set-up except
except for placing the rock. I had to hire a crane to drop it in place after it was drilled. Worth it all since it turned out so beautiful and the client loves it. Good luck!
It's a brand cool-a-roo sun shade but you can also search sun sails, or sun shades and many options should come up.
Option to cover area to prevent tumbelweeds
“Love this” — 141clubhouse
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
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Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
custom windows
Ideabooks2,255
Questions2
any prickly specimen ought to deter break-ins. Yuccas and other large succulents are a lower-maintenance option.
or any prickly specimen ought to deter break-ins. Yuccas and other large succulents are a lower-maintenance option.
succulents are a lower maintenance option.
Plant low, thorny bushes beneath your windows. Bougainvillea, barberries, roses or any prickly specimen ought to deter break-ins. Yuccas and other large succulents are a lower-maintenance option.
windows. Bougainvillea, barberries, roses or any prickly specimen ought to deter break-ins. Yuccas and other large succulents are a lower-maintenance option.
windows. Bougainvillea, barberries, roses or any prickly specimen ought to deter break-ins. Yuccas and other large succulents are a lower-maintenance option.
“Outdoor window character” — rtr72
GreenCraft Associates
5 Reviews
Kitchen Gardens
Ideabooks6,593
Questions4
mark bracket locations; core drill into wall; set custom bolts into drill locations with two part masonry epoxy. Recommend top of stone wall to have hand selected flat wide stones to minimize grout lines
of things you like and see what they could do for you. Best of luck and I will certainly get back to you if we do have good results with shipping options, etc...
“Garden layout” — Cindy Behrens
Spinnaker Development
14 Reviews
1512 Dolphin Terrace
Ideabooks8,521
Questions4
What did you use as the cap on the retaining wall? I want to replace the brick cap on my walls and this seems like a good option. Thanks!
umbrellas into pre-drilled holes
“Love!” — khrislove
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Randy Thueme Design Inc.
Ideabooks7,249
Questions4
metal trim around posts covers the holes where posts have been drilled into the ground, looks nice and neat
verticle slots in posts could be uplit for dramatic effect and hold an ornamental iron piece, house numbers, tiles, a backlit plexi sheet, whatever....
option 3
“Metal” — kaujla52
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks1,841
Questions2
landscape idea -love the tiles in grass
Roof option for house additin
Interesting roof tiles ONLY.
tile roof an archway
Tile at roof edge tucked
Paint color and tile roof
big tiles in-between the gravel
Rifo tile...roof tile color...tile roof
“color” — lynn5
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