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Jon Eric Christner ARCHITECT INC.
3 Reviews
SC 3
Ideabooks22,948
Questions5
Arbour to Nehema roses
outside rose garden
“pathway” — azamora5
Arcadia Studio
Contemporary Montecito Retreat
Ideabooks3,386
Questions0
Mixture of white Iceberg roses, shrubs and taller trees along driveway
iceberg rose
“path” — basuns
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Ideabooks13,543
Questions3
Bocci court a must have in your yard, crushed clam shell. So alls those fresh clams you use to make linguini with white or red clams sauce rinse and save those shells, crush and spread on your court and enjoy a great game!
“Oasis of Peace.” — Divine Inspired Designs
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Courtyard
Ideabooks1,321
Questions1
turn your spa tub into a fountain
climbing roses on stucco wall
“If we were to go with a larger fountain, I like this design” — Kimberly Selkoe
Naylor & Son's Plastering Co. Inc.
Exterior Stucco
Ideabooks14,914
Questions9
This is not your typical coastal European style home design you'll find in Pelican Hills, Pelican Crest areas in the beach town of Newport Coast adjacent to Newport
Love the fountain with the knock out roses
small fountain surrounded by rose bushes
“love it . . .” — devetterenee
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
Ideabooks5,028
Questions0
This concept with Rose bushes would also work when reclaiming garden!
Use more drifts and massing. Curb your variety and mass with just a few species; isn’t the garden suddenly more tranquil?
small spaces; it’s just that the smaller the space, the less variety you should have — you don’t want visual overload. See what happens when you curb your variety and mass with just a few species; isn’t the garden suddenly more tranquil?
it’s just that the smaller the space, the less variety you should have — you don’t want visual overload. See what happens when you curb your variety and mass with just a few species; isn’t the garden suddenly more tranquil?
small spaces; it’s just that the smaller the space, the less variety you should have — you don’t want visual overload. See what happens when you curb your variety and mass with just a few species; isn’t the garden suddenly more tranquil?
“Greek beach garden” — tedatwood
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
Ideabooks1,430
Questions0
(Tuhlbaghia violacea) Edible garlic-flavored purple flowers on a drought-tolerant and grassy ground cover — what other reasons do you need to replace your lawn with society garlic? Suffering colonies of this plant can be found in parking medians and hell strips wherever it's hardy, but it responds very
If you plant Tuhlbaghia violacea, called Wild Garlic in South Africa, you will have less mosquitoes in your garden. The smell repels them.
Les lys africains et le Tulbaghia violacea, caressés par la brise et déclinés dans un éventail de bleu, rose et blanc, servent de toile de fond à l’aménagement du jardin.
Garlic(Tuhlbaghia violacea)Edible garlic-flavored purple flowers on a drought-tolerant and grassy ground cover — what other reasons do you need to replace your lawn with society garlic? Suffering colonies of this plant can be found in parking medians and hell strips wherever it's hardy, but it responds very
“Purple flowers” — karbear17
Summerour Architects
2 Reviews
St. Simons Island, GA
Ideabooks16,680
Questions9
f your ceramic pieces are valuable, there’s a way to wire them without drilling a hole in the bottom. A good lamp store can do it for you.
Who wants to hang out in an interrogation room? Your guests aren't likely to linger if your only lighting is an overhead fluorescent. Lighting from multiple sources makes a room feel warm and welcoming.
of vogue, and that invariably brings color and interest to a room. If you cannot find one you like ready made, find a vase you love and take it to your local lamp shop to have it drilled and wired. Having a piece made into a lamp is usually not inexpensive, but you will have something that will last
versatility is seen here, where a pair of lovely Chinese vases has been made into lamps, adding grace to a fabulous Spanish colonial living room. If your ceramic pieces are valuable, there’s a way to wire them without drilling a hole in the bottom. A good lamp store can do it for you.
“Layout” — kellie36
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