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Conte & Conte, LLC
5 Reviews
The Blue Door
Ideabooks6,937
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Secondary Doors If you like the blue doors shown here but don't envision the colors for your own front door, consider painting a secondary door on your property, such as in a gate. It can add a fun focal point to your hardscaping.
Not your average shade of blue!
blue rarely make an appearance on exteriors. Shake things up by pairing a bright blue with a natural or neutral exterior for an unexpected welcome to your home.
Secondary DoorsIf you like the blue doors shown here but don't envision the colors for your own front door, consider painting a secondary door on your property, such as in a gate. It can add a fun focal point to your hardscaping.
an appearance on exteriors. Shake things up by pairing a bright blue with a natural or neutral exterior for an unexpected welcome to your home.Guide: When to Paint Your Door Blue
“Like the door” — rdjohn24
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Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks5,447
Questions4
Your japanese maple is gorgeous, how do you keep them so nice?
Can't wait to see your new garden, this looks terrific!!
appropriate pruning, you can elevate your garden from mundane to unique. Let’s see how. traditional landscape by Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer Arthur Lathouris Garden DesignerSaveEmail Japanese maples (Acer palmatum cvs) are suited for gardens in USDA zones 5 to 8 (find your zone). They generally grow best
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer Save to Ideabook Email Photo Japanese maples (Acer palmatum cvs) are suited for gardens in USDA zones 5 to 8 (find your zone). They generally grow best in areas with morning sun and afternoon shade; red-leafed varieties can cope with more sun than can the green cultivars
“very oretty garden” — mjkjrobinson
NATALIE SERDIUK
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Ideabooks24,127
Questions11
I would love to incorporate your image into a presentation (Trends in Outdoor Living) I am doing for the Shade conference in Phoenix. Is there any way you could
could please send me this image (approx. 1200x800 pixels is fine) to: kathryn@prideauxdesign.net? I would SO appreciate it. And I will definitely give your firm credits on the image. Thank you!
be pricey, so if you need a large amount of potting soil, you might consider making your own potting mix. To create it, mix one part garden soil, one part peat moss and one part perlite or coarse sand. If using your own garden soil, avoid using soil near any diseased plants; it’s actually recommended
bagged mix or create your own, add an organic fertilizer to ensure the plants receive the proper nutrients to flourish. (Check the label on any bagged mix first to make sure fertilizer isn't already included). You can easily incorporate a granular, slow-release fertilizer to feed your plants over a period
“containers” — ianporter86
Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Montcalm Street
Ideabooks65,164
Questions11
What do you use to keep you water clear with that many fish? Your pond is beautiful.
No question.... just wanted to compliment you on your well designed garden. Looks great!
If you'd like to hire us to help you with your design, please contact our office: Rossington Architecture 2742 17th Street San Francisco, CA 94110 415.52.4900
several plants you can add to your garden to help repel mosquitoes. Catnip is a natural mosquito repellent that grows in most areas as an easy-growing perennial. Marigolds also have a distinctive smell that is unbearable to mosquitoes. Try planting these annuals in pots around your patio and next to windows
frogs, toads, butterflies, dragonflies, turtles, birds, and more. By integrating a fish pond into your garden, you encourage a natural diversity of creatures, which in turn creates a healthy ecosystem on your landscape.
“w” — divingrennie
Jeannie Balsam LLC
11 Reviews
Nantucket Cliffs
Ideabooks9,979
Questions10
Hi Mdpellegrin! Thank you for your nice comment! We purchased this at a showroom in the Merchandise Mart in Chicago. If you are interested in us getting you a quote, please contact s
leave fibers on the floor that can ruin your paint job.
Paint Your Hardwood FloorDon't settle on wood-tone floors because you think the only other option is replacing them. Paint can work wonders underfoot. How to Paint Your Hardwood Floors
15. Paint your hardwood floorDon’t settle on wood-tone
A sunporch is a great opportunity to let your "I love cottage style" flag fly. Oversize checkerboard painted floors make this porch a playful standout.If you're looking for more indoor living space around your house, consider closing in an existing open or screened in porch and turning it into a sunporch
“Grindys” — elenare
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks8,723
Questions1
Backyards tend to be more casual spaces, so they’re a spot to really let loose. Express your color creativity by painting your fence and benches different colors, and add bright accessories to liven the space.
Like more than one color for your fence? Why not use them all?!
some fun? This eclectic, giddy wood fence illustrates how recycled boards take on new life when you unleash your imagination and untether your paintbrush. See if there are existing materials in your garden you can put back into service with a sprinkling of imagination.
Backyards tend to be more casual spaces, so they’re a spot to really let loose. Express your color creativity by painting your fence and benches different colors, and add bright accessories to liven the space. More: Poppin' Bubblicious Color Palettes Garden Color Even Without Flowers Brave Color
“Like the coloured wood to go on bck fence behind bbq” — Shaun Hunter
Bureau d'Architecture Modeste
Villa P1 sur la route du Cap Ferret
Ideabooks166
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If you fill a glass of water and spill it on your deck, you should see tiny beads of moisture form on the surface — a sign that the sealant is still repelling the water. If that doesn’t happen, then it’s time to reseal your deck. Learn how to refinish your wood deck When: You should do a splash test
is still working. If you fill a glass of water and spill it on your deck, you should see tiny beads of moisture form on the surface — a sign that the sealant is still repelling the water. If that doesn’t happen, then it’s time to reseal your deck.
test at the beginning of every summer and expect to reseal your deck every two or three years.
If you fill a glass of water and spill it on your deck, you should see tiny beads of moisture form on the surface — a sign that the sealant is still repelling the water. If that doesn’t happen, then it’s time to reseal your deck.Learn how to refinish your wood deckWhen: You should do a splash test at
“Deck” — shaynekrige
Sullivan, Henry, Oggero and Associates, Inc.
3 Reviews
Sullivan, Henry, Oggero and Associates, Inc.
Ideabooks4,711
Questions10
Could you please share the color of your stucco? We have a contemporary Tuscan that we are trying to finalize
Could you please share the color of your stucco? We have a contemporary Tuscan that we are trying to finalize stucco color for? Thanks so much
information. Thank you for your inquiry and let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with. Sorry for the delayed response.
The stone was chosen by either the client, builder, or interior designer, therefore, we do not have that information. Thank you for your inquiry and let us know if
Thank you for your inquiry and let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.
Sorry for the delayed response. The fixtures for the home were chosen by either the client, builder, or interior designer, therefore, we do not have that information. Thank you for your inquiry and let
“Cm8” — Monique Morey
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