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for these we typically use a 2.5"-3" copper recessed with mr-16 low voltage.
Landscape lighting- low lights in bushes surrounding patio or light up a pathway
LightingNot just for the backyard, low-voltage landscape lighting can ramp up the ambience of your patio.Good to know: Generally not enough to light up an outdoor room on its own, landscape lighting can work well in conjunction with sconces or string lights. Try a few low lights in bushes surrounding the
the patio or illuminating a pathway.Because landscape lighting is low voltage, this is a relatively easy and safe DIY project, should you choose to give it a whirl.
3. Landscape lightingNot just for the backyard, low-voltage landscape lighting can ramp up the ambience of your patio.GOOD TO KNOW: Generally
custom windowsGaulhofer Windows
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.
Low thorny plants to deter crime
Low thorny bushes under windows to annoy intruders.
Plant low, thorny bushes beneath windows to deter break-ins
Plant low, thorny bushes beneath your windows. Bougainvillea, barberries, roses
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.
Spanish BungalowJeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
low wall with gate and arbor wall to the left
The low wall and native plantings inside
Low stucco "fence" with low plants in front. Darling gate; We could add that on the driveway to the apt or even move the walkway to the apt to a cute gate at the street
4. Stucco walls. The low walls of this Spanish bungalow show off the front of the house, and its old-style gate is very inviting. The mustard gold color is common for Mediterranean style homes. A similar color is: Benjamin Moore Imperial Yellow 314.
Private Residence IIExteriors By Chad Robert
Shade with low water need plants
Flow of plants around walkway, and high low use of plans
Low water use planting
Low maintenance landscaping
gravel and other mulch to keep moisture from quickly evaporating from the soil. Large stones add maintenance-free interest to low-water gardens.Browse more photos of low-water, low-maintenance xeriscapes
Low water...low maintenance...low water lawn...low maintenance...low water
Very drought-tolerant, low maintenance, and year-round beautiful garden
This garden was an all lawn front yard with a straight path to the front door and a driveway.The new garden is water-wise, colorful, and has a very low need for maintenance. Beautiful paving materials, artful arbors, large boulders, and very drought-tolerant plants come together to delight the owners
Similar house front- simple design of front walk and low red wall.
gravel courtyard, low wall, with plantings in front of wall
Living RoomShannon Malone
low wall in living room to separate windows and livingroom
use of low shelving to make small spaces
different height low bookcases
LOW STORAGE...Low bookcase...low book case...Low shelves...paint grade, low
Private ResidenceExteriors By Chad Robert
low-water lawn in Phoenix: http://www.houzz.com/photos/outdoor/low_water-/p/24
Low water hedge line to define the space
low maintenance; low wate; would need smaller trees
dramatic outbuilding. Even though the palms make a bold statement, notice how the walkway shifts the eye to create an effective sense of balance. The low blue hedge reinforces this balance. Finally, notice how the textural palm trunks reinforce the texture of the building’s tile roof in this well-planned
dramatic outbuilding. Even though the palms make a bold statement, notice how the walkway shifts the eye to create an effective sense of balance. The low blue hedge reinforces this balance. Finally, notice how the textural palm trunks reinforce the texture of the building’s tile roof in this well-planned
Avila Valley EstateJeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
blanket flower, gaillardia pulchella, low water when estab. full to partial sun; annual, reseeds; over Arend's fence?
Blalnketflower - low to moderate water, moderate sun
with ornamental grasses as well as rudbeckia and salvia. USDA zones: As an annual, it will fare well in most all zones. Water requirement: Average to low once established”
with ornamental grasses as well as rudbeckia and salvia. USDA zones: As an annual, it will fare well in most all zones. Water requirement: Average to low once established Light requirement: Full to partial sun
with ornamental grasses as well as rudbeckia and salvia.USDA zones: As an annual, it will fare well in most all zones.Water requirement: Average to low once establishedLight requirement: Full to partial sunMature size: 18 to 36 inches tallBloom time: Summer to fallPlanting tips: Plant in spring or fall
Front ExteriorShannon Malone
low wall in front of court yard
low wall with address look great
like the low on the side of the entrance to the house and high to the right to provide this space with privacy
I like the low wall in front. Just enough to set off a courtyard but nit too much to lose the flow and openness.
low wall
lavenderHuettl Landscape Architecture
pillar blue stone and low walls
low wall to define property lines
Love the low stone wall and lavender
avenderHuettl Landscape Architecture “Water requirement: Regular water until established; then low water needs Soil requirement: Requires excellent drainage Sun requirement: Prefers full sun Mature size: 1 to 3 feet high, 1- to 3-foot spread”
16 Street Santa MonicaRoyal Stone & Tile
low stone wall with plantings in front of wall (like red spiky plant).
landscape at front/outside of low wall fence
good contrast in plant colors and leaf shape in front of and behind stucco low wall
Front low Spanish fence!
low fence and plantings
Low stone wall
Create a Moroccan salon. Pair a low-slung couch with an eye-catching rug and a smattering of tea tables, then add floor cushions and poufs. Several hanging lanterns grouped as shown here also is a popular Moroccan design flourish.Tip: The walls and ceiling of this living room are covered in tadelakt
tables, floor cushions, poufs and paper lanterns.Try this at home: If your living room is feeling a little stuffy, try adding a touch of the souk — low furniture paired with floor cushions creates a more relaxed vibe.More:8 Bohemian Bedrooms Trek Effortlessly Into Style
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