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Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Charming Mountain Chic home on the foothills of Lookout Mountain
What do you like about this photo? Bench
Society or Lunch at Luke’s. Then call your best friends and alert your family about the new event.Decide on the menu. Do you want to cook the same menu (with
“Porch bench” — leonatran
Lands End Development - Designers & Builders
3 Reviews
Screened Porch
Transition Your Bed Into Summer Mode I don’t know about you, but I feel summer heat the most when I’m trying to sleep. Reduce the
I love everything about this picture. I want to sleep here!
“Floor possibility for MT cabin patio” — chrisottodesign
Bonterra Building & Design
Fredericksburg Cottage
everything about this pic is perfect
Love everything about this but maybe with black shutters
“Ceiling” — lavernelall
Stout Design-Build
Playa Del Rey, CA Residence
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The only thing I wanted to comment about this is the color that's popping out - I really like that.
“Love the variety in this strip. Would be great in front of the retaining wall.” — 2012remodelsunset
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
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(but not wet), loose soils are best. How to plant a birch tree:• Dig a hole about three times the size of the root ball. Make sure the soil is loose.• Loosen
“I like the way they used strips of bricks” — helvector
Affiniti Architects
7 Reviews
Tuscan Inspired Villa
What do you like about this photo? The pool!
What do you like about this photo?arched rocks
“Pool” — lydia888
ecocentrix landscape architecture
21 Reviews
Encino Hills Contemporary
I do like some of this....not the pointy cactus....forgot to ask about pointy and feng shui.
furcraea macdougalii in the back! Have been looking for it for about 4 years!
“Tall agave and seagrass” — jdoogan
Schmechtig Landscapes
5 Reviews
Informal Garden - A Side Yard Garden Path in Glenview, Illinois
makes it stiff and also will "move" if your in a frost area. The only thing about it is the gravel has to have some "fines" (small pieces all the way to dust)
me, that’s the last step. Before you get carried away, zoom out and think about how that inspiring garden uses the overall space. Not to get too technical
“Garden tiles” — George Bryant
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