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Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Ewing House Colonial Williamsburg
America's Home StyleTraditional-Style Townhouse in Colonial Williamsburg
“Back deck” — chjfe10
Sun Valley Landscaping
7 Reviews
Patio and Fire Pit - Summer 2011
campfire-style. Is roughing it more your style? Forgo the fancy grill entirely in favor of a stone fire pit with attached grilling grates.
“Fire pit with grill grate” — sgarrett1
Tommy Chambers Interiors, Inc.
Mediterranean Classic
Spanish-style courtward with the traditional pool is a cool and low-maintenance entry in this Southern California home. While most of the plantings are influenced by Mediterranean style, the hydrangeas prove it's possible to add some of your favorite plants, even if they aren't quite authentic.
“Fountain” — ginaguarino
Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
10 Reviews
Classicnursery.com jan 2012 uploads
baroque-style planter. I suppose the planted container has been the natural home of baroque-style planting for many years. Here we tend to lose our inhibitions, planting any colors we fancy together, allowing them to fight or blend as the mood takes.Why not this year forget those planting schemes with
“Planter” — Beth Lako
Contemporary Patio
furniture styles and weather-proof materials available, style your patio, porch or deck as you would an indoor room — rug and throw pillows included.
“Overall” — shubhomoyb
M Valdes Architects PLLC
Prarie Meets Pampa Pavilion
American–style barbecue for year-round use. See more: A Minnesota Pavilion Gets Cooking, South American Style
“I like the open light filled but enclosed space” — laurajane08
5 Reviews
Terrapin Residence
size and style, Rillo recommends closely assessing the space as well as considering how you plan to use it. “Size can be determined based on whether it will be used for relaxing and reading or seating for multiple people, while style might be dictated by a waterfront view,” she says.
“Relax” — july_e
Huettl Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
contemporary styling of the metal planters matches the styling of the rest of the space, and rosemary creates a fragrant (and edible) division between the two sections. As a bonus, the gravel surface is both low maintenance and reminiscent of traditional French gardens while also allowing excess water to drain
“beds, grasses” — Patricia White
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