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debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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Like the winding pathway to point and chair/table as ending...reward to rest
“Path” — Stephanie Tietjen
Tuell and Reynolds
Collaborations
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"We have enjoyed a rewarding collaboration with Jay Jeffers Design for many years. Here are a few shots of custom work from one of their fabulous projects on which we worked with Kelly Hola. Please check out Jay's new book "Collected Cool" published by Rizzoli.
homes with brass andirons, and brass foundries in New York, Boston and especially Philadelphia turned out elaborate pieces. “They were a room’s focal point and a status symbol for any household,” says Gallagher. “Remember, these were homes without electricity or central heat. There would have been a fireplace
“i like the fire place and stools in front of it and the ceiling” — dreamlife
Mercury Mosaics and Tile
101 Reviews
Bissonette Bathroom
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a variety of work is key," says Caitlin Walker of Mercury Mosaics. "You can create a beautiful design and have bad photos that don't do it justice. Reward your hard work with good photos!"Houzz always recommends uploading high-resolution photos taken by a professional photographer. Bigger is better:
“Mirror” — effingwell
Tuell and Reynolds
Collaborations
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"We have enjoyed a rewarding collaboration with Jay Jeffers Design for many years. Here are a few shots of custom work from one of their fabulous projects on which we worked with Kelly Hola. Please check out Jay's new book "Collected Cool" published by Rizzoli.
“Color of the chairs” — joyce5503
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
ORDER WITHIN NATURE
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of soil and climate you have, what the drainage is like etc. Maybe we can create a database of sorts? Happy mulching (or not).More: Lessons in the Rewards of Selfless Gardening
“nature” — marykoncak
Elevation Architectural Studios
Poway
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You got it done! Now reward yourself. Open up that bottle of wine, light up the fire pit and put your feet up. Your patio is ready for outdoor living.
“fire pit ledge” — smsdoades
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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Love the focal point!! where can i get a jar like that and how much did it cost?
I like the high fence for privacy, the path leading to a focal point. For me, could be a fountain, fire pit, something contemplative
Like idea of focal point and also door to municipal reserve at back of our property
Likewise, you can use an urn as a focal point in a courtyard or on a patio.
A circle in a square is a classic design motif. Here it is expressed in a beautiful gravel garden. This side yard is wide enough to accommodate a circular focal point (with a well-proportioned urn at its center). There
Create a focal pointCourtyards may be short on square footage, but that doesn’t mean they should be void of all detail. Creating a focal point often makes the most of limited space, giving the eye something to rest on besides the
“Mediterranean” — 4myhappyfam
Vanguard Studio Inc.
2 Reviews
5700 Spanish oaks
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7. Linen closet focal points. Yes, close to the bedrooms we need a place for towels and sheets and blankets and all of
focl point at end of hallway
beautiful glow along the ceiling. I also like the idea of lighting up the niche in the accent wall at the end of the hallway. It is a beautiful focal point.
Creating a focal point at the end of a long hallway can help an individual of any age to gauge distance and offers a cue to an upcoming transition. Lighting that focal point increases the visual cueing and adds another lighting layer for ambience
7. Linen closet focal points. Yes, close to the bedrooms we need a place for towels and sheets and blankets and all of that stuff. But why must the linen closet be at the end of the hallway and
“Tile” — mpatrick73
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