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Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Eco-friendly garden, Kentfield, CA
Ideabooks1,510
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maintenance and low water garden. Rustic caldron retrofitted into a gas firepit. Photo: Eileen Kelly, Marin Landscape and Garden Designer and owner of Dig Your Garden Landscape Design located in San Anselmo, CA. ...
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
simple bowl and you're done.
“Firepit” — berlyparks
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Ridge House
Ideabooks3,815
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It is wise to have a protective sealant brushed on your wood before the harsh winter/summer set in. If your deck gets a lot of sun exposure, consider using a wood sealant that has a UV protection agents inside. Wood sealants that
The way the deck captures your eye to take it to the far views and draws the eye back with the garden bed which has been shaped into the deck
Building a deck right up to the very edge of a treeline is another way to seamlessly integrate nature into your design. These plantings create a visual and physical boundary at the edge of this decking — a perfect solution!
“Off of new room” — bmtm
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Grass Terraces
Ideabooks4,813
Questions4
Love your railing and deck! How to get ipe to this color?stain thanks
where you want the ramp to go and think about why you are having it installed. Is it for accessibility, for aging in place or purely for fun? What is your budget and timetable for this project? Answering these questions will help when you contact pros.
where you want the ramp to go and think about why you are having it installed. Is it for accessibility, for aging in place or purely for fun? What is your budget and timetable for this project? Answering these questions will help when you contact pros.
“Rail” — gplemus
Keystone Cabinetry Inc. Since 1984
15 Reviews
SHERMAN OAKS-AMBER
Ideabooks2,317
Questions0
f you’re a fan of orange, then this amazing barbecue and the raised beds will be your idea of heaven. The color may be brave, but it works because the designer understands how to balance such a strong
If you’re a fan of orange, then this amazing barbecue and the raised beds will be your idea of heaven. The color may be brave, but it works because the designer understands how to balance such a strong color with the calming burnt orange of the brick paving. I love the touch of the orange fruit in the
“Small pond” — la_viajera67
billdyl
Loretta simpson
Ideabooks3,468
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Would love to rent your cabin. Where is it?
Hello, Would you mind telling me where you got the lizard sculpture on your tree? I have been looking for something like this for our patio. Thanks
What is your email address?
Looks like Tahoe, great place to fish from your backyard
“too idea” — arthurtown
John Montgomery Landscape Architects
22 Reviews
Casa California
Ideabooks1,927
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“But when your backyard is on the small side, a swimming pool can seem like an impossible dream.” — Laura Gaskill You may be thinking your yard is too small for a pool. Perhaps you can’t fit one Michael Phelps could work out
“But when your backyard is on the small side, a swimming pool can seem like an impossible dream.” — Laura GaskillYou may be thinking your yard is too small for a pool. Perhaps you can’t fit one Michael Phelps could work out in
“Pool” — Jenn Kerr
Janine Ducoin Arnold Interior Design, LLC
5 Reviews
outdoor spaces
Ideabooks747
Questions3
Hi! Your porch looks very nice! These are actually blue stones and you can do blue stone or slates on top of your cement floor. (this front porch has a cement floor underneath.) Blue stone comes in many different sizes & shapes, need to be installed in "mud"
variegated. Your porch will be about 2'' higher than it is now. You can do many kinds of slates as well. Just check they can be installed outdoors. Good luck!
We have a front porch with a drab, stained cement floor. Have purchased outdoor rugs to hide floor, but love the look of your slate.Any
“covered patio” — Heather Badley
escale design
1 Review
XAVE lounge chair by PAOLA LENTI
Ideabooks1,353
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Nests embrace you on at least three sides. If you are creating a nest space in your home or garden, three sides will make you feel protected. Your vista should be a wide open view, but the other three sides should make you feel embraced. Notice the curved wall and
Nests embrace you on at least three sides.If you are creating a nest space in your home or garden, three sides will make you feel protected. Your vista should be a wide open view, but the other three sides should make you feel embraced. Notice the curved wall and tree canopy creating the nest in this
“stone” — hasyifawaty
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