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Holm Design & Consulting LLC
4 Reviews
Wild Geranium: A Show-Stopper in the Spring Woodland
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well with other woodland plants, including ferns, wild ginger and meadow rue. The foliage is rarely browsed by deer and rabbits. How to use it. Wild geranium can be used in masses under trees, along woodland edges or incorporated into any shade garden. Because it flowers later than the first spring ephemerals
well with other woodland plants, including ferns, wild ginger and meadow rue. The foliage is rarely browsed by deer and rabbits. How to use it. Wild geranium can be used in masses under trees, along woodland edges or incorporated into any shade garden. Because it flowers later than the first spring ephemerals
well with other woodland plants, including ferns, wild ginger and meadow rue. The foliage is rarely browsed by deer and rabbits.How to use it. Wild geranium can be used in masses under trees, along woodland edges or incorporated into any shade garden. Because it flowers later than the first spring ephemerals
“Wild Geranium partial sun to shade. Edge of trees. Under bushes” — bscreative
Summerset Gardens/Joe Weuste
22 Reviews
Front Yard Planting Design
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This NY Rockland County front yard planting design uses a variety of shrubbery, perennials & annuals that change in color and feel from month to month. Landscape design and build services in the New Jersey and New York areas. 845-590-7306 http://summersetgardens.com
pink as main theme with touches of purple. Use cooling blues and whites to prevent hot pink from overpowering the border.
balance, use of whites, pinks, purples, grays
Hot pinks. We can see tones of pink used as the main theme within this border, with touches of purple that increase the vigor of the color. The clever use of cooling blues and whites prevents the hot pink from overpowering the border.
Colors and use of annuals in bed.
“Purple increases the vigor of the hot pinks, while blues and whites prevent the hot pink from overpo” — paintingpal
David Lauer Photography
4 Reviews
Vintage outdoor lounge chairs with an interesting fence design.
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Were square metal posts used in the design of this fence?
what type of wood was used for the fence
This panel used would be grooved on one side and the other plain?
since you used standard house siding, what did you do with the back side?
From the owner: "We designed and built the fence from off-the-shelf wood siding available at most home improvement centers. To reduce cutting of lumber, we used the actual size of the siding which was 8ft. x 4ft. as the height
horizontally to counter the vertical lines of "outer" panels for graphic impact. Each panel are set on 4x4 posts every four feet and framed at the top using 2x4's. It's pretty basic construction."
"We designed and built the fence from off-the-shelf wood siding available at most home improvement centers. To reduce cutting of lumber, we used the actual size of the siding which was 8ft. x 4ft. as the height and width of each panel. The "inset" panel sections are cut in half and placed ho
“fence” — eshendelman
The Garden Route Company
11 Reviews
Entry Garden
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Whit kind of edging has been used in this beautiful landscap
Hi, we used a 2x6 cedar edge here. Thanks.
similar way, you could use wood or masonry frames to give a cleaner edge to your gravel path.
Use masonry at sides of paved driveway or walkway
In a similar way, you could use wood or masonry frames
In a similar way, you could use wood or masonry frames to give a cleaner edge to your gravel path.
clean use of wood framing on gravel path
you could use wood or masonry frames to give a cleaner edge to your gravel path.
In a similar way, you could use wood or masonry frames to give a cleaner edge to your
Like the use of wood as edge for path.
In a similar way, you could use wood or masonry frames to give a cleaner edge to your gravel path.
“This is a great looking path too” — theaerie
Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
36 Reviews
A Colonial in Vienna, VA, Transformed for a Growing Family
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look using lots of light, soft colors and high end materials. They decided to add a two-story addition to the back of the home’s existing breakfast room and the small upstairs bedroom above it. The old breakfast area was too small for their daily meals and their teenage son needed more space in his
the load bearing wall between the kitchen and family room and installed a large beam to handle the second floor load. Not only did this open up the space, but it allowed for the addition of a breakfast bar. The right side bearing wall of the old family room was also removed and replaced
different angles. Upstairs, a new 12’ x 20’ bedroom is a great place for this teenage football fan to hang out. It provides significantly more closet space than the old room and lets in more sunlight as well. The old laundry room was converted to a new mudroom with locker style cabinetry and a place for
Jean Brooks Landscapes
7 Reviews
Back Bay, Rooftop/Kitchen Garden
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attics spaces of the urban landscape of the Back Bay- we refer to it as "Mary-Poppinsville". Split in to two areas- seating and dinning/cooking. shrubs, perennials, annuals, and edibles including: herbs, tomatoes, The client is a gourmet chef and uses the foods in his cooking. With limited space, the most
most popular edible plants that clients ask for are tomatoes and herbs because the herbs can be used in daily cooking and theres nothing to compare to the homegrown tomato. Where space is generous, we also plant blueberries strawberries, raspberries, lettuces, peppers.
“Stepping stone containers” — treyb
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Contemporary Farmhouse Courtyard Garden
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side. This comparison/contrast keeps the eye moving around the space. The two mass plantings of Mexican feather grass, both used in a diagonal manner to intersect the rectangular space, breaks up the box, adds movement and softness to the space and picks up the color of the river birch bark. Photo by Jay
This trio of rusting iron spheres was used to speak to the granite spheres in the front yard. The design styles were different from front garden to back garden so I felt it important to have some connection to bring about a sense of cohesion. The aspaliered Bloodgood maple speaks to the standard form
“Wow” — rarv50
txmeg
Dream Retirement Home
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top of the stairs a large living space includes plenty of seating as well as a hobby area and an office space. All of the 3 extra bathrooms are finished with blue/gray slate mosaic tiles and high gloss blue cabinetry. Upstairs has a large guest room and a smaller one used as a second office.
retirement home. Our goals were to have a low maintenance, smaller, house, reasonably economical to build but with luxury finishes, and good garden space. We shopped for months to find good sales on appliances and tile. We found a one acre lot just south of Dallas that sloped gently uphill from the road
part requiring paint on the outside of the house is the garage doors. The landscape, designed and planted mostly by myself, is fully drought tolerant using Texas native plants in what I call an English garden style. Sixteen foot glass block sidelights by the front door bring light into the interior while
“crape myrtle driveway” — ljhawkins
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