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Chris Pardo Design - Elemental Architecture
4 Reviews
Crockett Residence
Ideabooks1,582
Questions4
my language; you're speaking it
“The floor says Bash” — katedoran
SB Garden Design
Bestor House
Ideabooks205
Questions0
I love the bright orange roses with the white brick wall!
“banco estucado” — lulimarc
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Casa Joya
Ideabooks231
Questions0
“Colors” — clrr
Outer space Landscape Architecture
6 Reviews
Potreo Hill Modern
Ideabooks84,062
Questions15
Not sure your question was intended for us....
Thank you for your interest in JANUS et Cie products! We no longer
Thanks Lisa! After reading your response, I did a search for both types and found the following 2 photos of Yucca elephantipes, which look almost identical to the one pictured above
smaller space. Perhaps your garden consists of an urban courtyard. How do you maximize your available space and create different entertainment areas? Consider adding a third dimension to your space by changing elevation. You’ll be surprised at how many areas you can carve out of your small space by going
Youll be surprised at how many areas you can carve out of your small space by going up or going down. Give the area a third dimension with different elevtions.
“lounge with little yard work” — Hannah Bachman
Lynn Gaffney Architect, PLLC
7 Reviews
TANK 2012 Client photographs
Ideabooks25,938
Questions9
Did you have your cushions custom made?
I love your benches - were you able to purchase stock cushions or did you have them custom made? Could you share your dimensions of the cushions? We are building built-in benches and I'm wondering
Thank you so much for your prompt response! It is very helpful.
Thank you for your interest. The cushions were custom made to fit the bench. The bench seat is 22" deep, which is rather deep but they are used for storage too. I hope this helps with your project.
nice silver grey color) and the table/chairs is cedar. Thank you for your interest.
Thank you for your interest in the project - one of my favorites too.
that as I don't deal with the plants themselves - just the space. Thank you for your interest.
“integrated planters in seating” — raindance42
kbcdevelopments
7 Reviews
Echo Beach
Ideabooks4,732
Questions5
if you need help with deciding what's right for your space, give us a call.
The walls were formed and cast in place to create this courtyard adjacent to the entrance to the home. Thanks for your interest! www.kbcdevelopments.com
Not sure what your deck looks like, but we have a pretty neat selection
project, but you can source a clear, flat sealer through www.brockwhite.com which we used on the interior concrete in this same project. Thanks for your interest. www.kbcdevelopments.com
3. Hang some fairy lights. Your garden doesn't have to disappear when the sun goes down. With the addition of fairy lights your garden could be just as lively through the night. These tiny light chains create a sense of transience
“Strings of lights” — dsgneric
Carol Montoto
Mid century patio
Ideabooks19,551
Questions7
How to keep your outdoor furniture looking new :)
cup mild detergent (like Dawn or Woolite) diluted in 1 gallon of water. Rinse thoroughly to remove all the soap and allow the fabric to air dry, and your cushions should be as bright and cheery as the day you bought them.
cup mild detergent (like Dawn or Woolite) diluted in 1 gallon of water. Rinse thoroughly to remove all the soap and allow the fabric to air dry, and your cushions should be as bright and cheery as the day you bought them
and allow the fabric to air dry, and your cushions should be as bright and cheery as the day you bought them.
16. Use every scrap of outdoor spaceEven if you have the tiniest balcony, do what you can to make it look its best, and fling those doors open for your party. Cover an ugly patio floor with
“Pelouse” — Isabelle Goyette
Chicago Green Design Inc.
15 Reviews
Chicago Green Design
Ideabooks4,575
Questions5
Hello Brian and thanks for looking at some of our projects. We love designing/installing Rooftop retreats... its what we do!!.... To answer your question... Wausau has many different types of pavers. This particular paver is one of the most inexpensive of them all that they offer. This is called
Series Paver and is a concrete molded poured cast and weighs in at about 70 to 80 lbs a tile (2x2). So that comes to about 20lbs a quare ft. Make sure your roof can support such a bulky paver. For pricing this paver is one of the most inexpensive on the market. a little over $4.00 a square ft, thats very
very cheep.... but keep in mind they are made to order. So lead time could be an issue, and they are out of Wisconsin so if you need them to get to your place... there will be a shipping charge and of course that will bump up the final square footage price. Next is how are you mounting the paver? When
“nice” — Dion Seminara Architecture
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