Neils Lunceford, Inc.
3 Reviews
Rouse Residence in Keystone, CO
Ideabooks7
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Rouse Residence in Keystone, CO Company: Neils Lunceford, Inc. Website: www.neilslunceford.com Phone: 970-468-0340 Photo Credit: Dan Skinner
“nice combination of tree/plants/rocks” — jpisiak
Ponce Construction Pools & Landscape
9 Reviews
Miscellaneous Contemporary
Ideabooks24
Questions0
sponce
“plants for front” — lvydvy
Collins & DuPont Design Group
5 Reviews
La Playa Residence
Ideabooks52
Questions0
Lori Hamilton
“Love the fountain” — Vickie Locklear Ramirez
Botanical Visions
“staggered height” — kokomos
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Ideabooks108
Questions0
This private residence is modeled after the working Palladian villas of the 16th century. This new home is carefully tucked into an agrarian vineyard setting at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Specific technical and aesthetic details were the result of careful research–both in the library and on the ground in Italy. Walls are plastered in marmorino (a cen...More
“Macetas de limoneros” — maria3007
All Oregon Landscaping
5 Reviews
Water Feature
Ideabooks42
Questions0
Landscaping at it's Best
“grasses” — pannpattee
Great Deal Furniture
54 Reviews
Oasis Outdoor 5pcs Black Wicker Sectional
Ideabooks10
Questions1
While most people have outdoor seating on their deck or patio, unfortunately, they only have enough room for a limited number. As a result, groups are forced to either stand or retreat indoors to be seated, which can be a downside to a party or get-together. The Oasis 5-pieces Outdoor Wicker Sectional Seating Set alleviates this problem, offering comfortable, spacious seating...More
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Steve Masley Consulting and Design
5 Reviews
JW Garden
Ideabooks465
Questions1
This is a hard garden to photograph, because at most times of the day, half of it is in full sun, while the other half is in full or partial shade. The contrasts are too stark for good photos. Here I caught it when the light was good. Photo by Steve Masley.
“Trellis” — Trish Sluder
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