42 altered clip board Outdoor Design Photos

debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks7,569
Questions3
application of variable width horizontal board option
horizontal cedar fence boards
Fence multi size board
board spacing/sizing
Meadowlike grasses rather than a close-clipped lawn are another option when you want a more contemporary look. The soft waves mimic the look of the sea in your own yard. As a bonus, you get the
altered widths...horiz board fence
“Fill in the space between front path and the woodshed” — Kirstie Gillon-Wood
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Floating Layers
Ideabooks2,364
Questions3
Like a work of art that once completed isn’t designed to be altered or touched up, so Burle Marx’s garden designs aren’t meant to be added to, only maintained in the same state as they were intended by the designer
in temperate gardens, it is possibly best to use slow-growing evergreens that will grow within their own bounds or require only a small amount of clipping to keep them in check.
Like a work of art that once completed isn’t designed to be altered or touched up, so Burle Marx’s garden designs aren’t meant to be added to, only maintained in the same state as they were intended by the designer
in temperate gardens, it is possibly best to use slow-growing evergreens that will grow within their own bounds or require only a small amount of clipping to keep them in check.
“Garden” — jkopanica
Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Central Park West
Ideabooks15,116
Questions7
nice use of boxwood clipped with gray palette offset by lime green touches creates an elegant, formal look
The decking and furniture on this wide balcony, in a restrained palette of warm grays, has an elegant, formal look that shows off the clipped boxwood (Buxus sp) topiary. Lime green joins in, in the almost urn-shaped containers.
The decking and furniture on this wide balcony, in a restrained palette of warm grays, has an elegant, formal look that shows off the clipped boxwood (Buxus sp) topiary. Lime green joins in, in the almost urn-shaped containers.
“green” — ellerybob11
Loudon County Custom Home Builder
Arcadia Communities is a family-owned company with over 50 years experience in the new home building industry in the Mid-Atlantic and the San Francisco Bay area.
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Cottam Hargrave
CH portfolio
Ideabooks7,757
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— positioned on the northerly edge to collect and reflect sunlight into the house or placed as a wind block. It can also act as a visual screen, altering the view to a neighboring property. Narrow lots can be effectively transformed in this way, and a linear plan increases the usable area of the lot
— positioned on the northerly edge to collect and reflect sunlight into the house or placed as a wind block. It can also act as a visual screen, altering the view to a neighboring property. Narrow lots can be effectively transformed in this way, and a linear plan increases the usable area of the lot
“Rocker” — vancouverpenny
Home Restoration Services, Inc.
7 Reviews
A New Front Porch
Ideabooks862
Questions3
sure how thick these columns are, but this Trex railing system uses attachment clips. Each clip are attached to the column using Tapcon cement screws or the fasteners provided by Trex. The railing is then attached to the clips; both top and bottom.
Stairs for the front porch like the way they used the same boards
“Handrails. Roof/ceiling” — Selina Cummings
Joseph M Marchese, Architect
1 Review
Lake House Project
Ideabooks3,467
Questions6
Interior alterations to open up the kitchen to enjoy the view of the lake and a new master suite addition on the second floor
Porch pillars and trim board
bead board...beed board; posts
“Terrace view” — pamelamaru
Fivecat Studio | Architecture
3 Reviews
Historic Chappaqua "Pineapple House"
Ideabooks7,531
Questions5
Additions and alterations to a historic residence in Chappaqua, New York. Photos by Scott LePage Photography.
Red stained/ patina on the porch floor boards!
dark wood door with white hardy board and olive green shutters
bead board
“The floor” — ajillianaire
Fordellis, LLC
Ridge Oak remodel
Ideabooks4,579
Questions4
has thrived outdoors in the Austin climate. It has grown as tall as 5' to 6', you can prune and control the growth as you see fit and start the clippings as a new plant.
Fencing concept where boards are horizontal instead of vertical.
A lot more wood and probably too private but I really like the wood grain and envision trying to highlight the wood grain in whatever boards we end up using.
“fence” — ab2009mn
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