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Shannon Malone
Rear Exterior
Ideabooks929
Questions3
This was what I was thinking about Sat. night, but then doubt crept in! 1. The beige windows and patio cover 2. Wondering if turquoise along the entire trim AND all doors is overdose
pink adobe 1
“pool tile” — jdjd99
Coyote Design Architecture + Planning PLLC
8 Reviews
Fox Island Haven
Ideabooks7,991
Questions10
this one feels like the best....#1 choice
Alternating 2 ballusters with 1
Nice stairs.... 2, then 1
2 1
“design” — smontufar
Designs By Elizabeth
7 Reviews
Memorial - Spring Valley
Ideabooks24,352
Questions8
how I am going to properly set up the water vessel below the pots so they store and pump water correctly and efficiently. I don't know whether to use 1 big pond liner, or 3 separate separate square tub fountain basins. Your advice would save me this headache, I'm really stumped and would be so appreciative
monthly with a scale and stain remover. Even more important, you’ll need to winterize your fountain. McDavid-Llaguno says not winterizing is the No. 1 reason pumps break or fail.
monthly with a scale and stain remover. Even more important, you’ll need to winterize your fountain. McDavid-Llaguno says not winterizing is the No. 1 reason pumps break or fail. “I cannot tell you how many people sent or posted pictures of their beautiful cascading frozen fountain — especially this
“Water feature” — seanwozniak
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Saratoga Estate
Ideabooks14,323
Questions3
taller or shorter than average person, you may want to adjust the height to what is most comfortable for you. We would discourage anything less than 1' as the ability to discourage gophers or other rodents from entering the bed is lost.
then if you have short summers. For traditional vining types, make hills 8 feet in diameter, 6 to 8 feet apart. Sow five to six seeds about 1 to 2 inches deep and 1 inch apart in each hill, then thin to two plants once seedlings develop. Semibush varieties can be set a little closer, with 4-foot hills
“Raised beds!” — lizziebb
Susan Lachance Interior Design
17 Reviews
Private Residence 9
Ideabooks924
Questions0
Too floor deck (Coaches & 1st class ONLY!)
according to the package directions, or use 6-inch landscape staples. Attach the turf to the aggregate base with 6-inch galvanized nails placed ½ to 1 inch in from the edge of the turf and every 4 to 6 inches along the perimeter of the turf. Start on one side so you can pull the turf tightly on the other
according to the package directions, or use 6-inch landscape staples. Attach the turf to the aggregate base with 6-inch galvanized nails placed ½ to 1 inch in from the edge of the turf and every 4 to 6 inches along the perimeter of the turf. Start on one side so you can pull the turf tightly on the other
“Bed” — jeffcampbell
Liquidscapes
15 Reviews
Howard Roberts
Ideabooks14,240
Questions17
Do you have a photo of the front of the house? Or any photos besides the three on houzz (2 back and 1 side)
a softer stone). Also, you can't use the same thickness outside as you would use and pay for inside. Typically, the material you would use inside in 1/2" or less in thickness, outside that would crack/break if something fell on it, if you used it as a tread for example, a person over 200 pounds may break
grass can wrap around 1/2 ppol
grass can wrap around 1/2 or some of the pool
“Pool” — stuec7
McNamee Construction
1 Review
Finley - Carmel SLP
Ideabooks349
Questions1
1 story...backyard phase 1
“Pavers” — larbman
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N. Mission Hills
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