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Alexandre Parent
Ecologia Montreal
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homes every five years, Karsenti says. "This mentality promotes people choosing materials with short life spans, ones that fill the waste sites. But we plan on staying in this home for as long as we can. It's our legacy to our family."
homes every five years, Karsenti says. "This mentality promotes people choosing materials with short life spans, ones that fill the waste sites. But we plan on staying in this home for as long as we can. It's our legacy to our family."
homes every five years, Karsenti says. ‘This mentality promotes people choosing materials with short life spans, ones that fill the waste sites. But we plan on staying in this home for as long as we can. It’s our legacy to our family.’
“roof” — 2bbugsy
Paxton Gate
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Residential Garden
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3. Draw your plans. Once you've decided which elements you want to include, and have a better idea of how to utilize your space, draw it out on paper. When you have an accurate (and to-scale) drawing of how things will be laid out, it'll be much easier for you (or anyone you work with) to make sure
your finished garden looks exactly as it was planned.
“Heights” — codyphoenix
Modern Landscape
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cinderblock; materials alone cost about $9 to $15 per square foot. If you hire a professional and add a cap stone and a surface treatment like stucco, plan on triple that cost.
cinderblock; materials alone cost about $9 to $15 per square foot. If you hire a professional and add a cap stone and a surface treatment like stucco, plan on triple that cost.
“cinderblock” — bbigney
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Hoke Residence
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Mixing things up. Don't limit your options when planning your lighting. Sometimes combining different types of lighting works best.
Mixing things up. Don't limit your options when planning your lighting. Sometimes combining different types of lighting works best. The dramatic steps rising above this grass garden and turning by the water feature are completely lit rather than simply bathed in a light that blurs the edges. This lighting
“Stairs and wall” — apaul2006
Garden Architecture
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Garden Architecture/Robert Trachtenberg
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1. Plan for the future with properly positioned young trees. Once trees reach groundwater, they can thrive with little to no assistance. And in a mostly “dry”
trees into your design. Have a mature tree on your property? Count yourself lucky. A healthy mature tree can become the focal point of a lawn-free yard. Plan a gravel patio around your tree, creating an outdoor space for lounging, dining and hanging out beneath the canopy of leaves.
1. Plan for the future with properly positioned young trees. Once trees reach groundwater, they can thrive with little to no assistance. And in a mostly “dry” yard, trees provide greenery and shade. Just be sure to consult with knowledgeable staff at a local nursery (or call an arborist) to find out
“Table under la ps” — maxbeesley
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
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help determine materials, costs, and labor and time requirements.“We encourage folks to identify their home’s style and architecture, then set up a plan for changing out hardware items as a budget allows, and that includes gate hardware visible from the street, decorative garage door hardware, mailbox
help determine materials, costs, and labor and time requirements.“We encourage folks to identify their home’s style and architecture, then set up a plan for changing out hardware items as a budget allows, and that includes gate hardware visible from the street, decorative garage door hardware, mailbox
“gate” — stevywhite
Modern Landscape
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Adapt classical layoutsWhen planning formal gardens, whether your house is contemporary or traditional, the classical principles of symmetry, proportion, harmony and balance still apply. In this Melbourne garden the designer has positioned the pool and trees at either end in perfect symmetry with each
“Layout” — elsandoval
Luxe Interior International
Morden Road Mews
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Build it inBespoke, integral seating requires some planning, so is ideal as an autumn project. Orientate it to make the most of the sun, but remember to factor in some shade, too, in the form of strategically
“Courtyard” — hennie01
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