12,828 clean baby Outdoor Design Photos

Betty Wasserman
26 Reviews
Modern Farmhouse
Ideabooks2,675
Questions5
sleep.I'm rocking my babies cause babies don't keep."The assertion: You have to choose cleaning or your children, and you'd better choose those babies! I think you can do both. Of course, if you are Not Naturally Organized and generally struggle to maintain consistency in cleaning, you need to pace yourself
recommend taking on large cleaning and decluttering projects in the summer — the exception being if you are on an absolute vision quest like I was three years ago. A poem I have seen on plaques comes to mind (author unknown):"Cleaning and scrubbing can wait for tomorrow, For babies grow up we've learned
“Pool lines the wall of windows. Wow” — chaninpeterson
Antonio Martins Interior Design
9 Reviews
Potrero HIll
Ideabooks828
Questions1
It is baby Tears..... they are great ground covers and resistant to light walk.
Baby tears - a lovely ground cover choice!
Garden; baby tears ground cover
creeping thyme as ground cover” “tall grasses, native grasses of all heights, green grown cover not grass” “Baby tears - a lovely ground cover choice!”
“nice rocks and garden” — monicaking
JP&CO. Samantha Grose, Designer
18 Reviews
Outdoor Entertaining
Ideabooks15,175
Questions10
Are these hard to keep clean and how durable at e they. Can they be replaced if broken by hail or ice or snow?
and am happy to do a little extra cleaning to keep it nice looking. I have access to do the cleaning from the deck. The polycarbonate itself is not difficult to clean. I just use a soft mop on an extendable handle with soapy water, and rinse with the garden hose. I clean the roof 3 -4 times each summer
and plan on buying a solar shade system that mounts inside the porch. That would control heat, light, and you could close them if you can't get to cleaning as often as you'd like? I'm sorry that i don't have a particular brand name for you, but when you hire your designer, I'm sure that they can find
“simple. large windows/doors” — javeriac
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
14 Reviews
A 1914 Historic Renovation
Ideabooks1,640
Questions1
Beach look, clean & crisp colors
I love this clean white look
small house renovation very modern clean look
Red Door exterior---clean lines, fresh paint, modern accents.
clean modern pizza oven
The fireplace baby!
“Buat rumah di sumur putri” — noni75
Linda L. Floyd, Inc., Interior Design
6 Reviews
Carmel, CA Cottage
Ideabooks3,090
Questions1
Baby Tears is growing between the stones.
Baby tears ground cover between stone pavers
baby tears between stones
“very pretty woods” — urduhouse
Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
Ideabooks1,560
Questions1
garden be free. You’ve created a wildlife habitat, so let the plants and the wildlife be who they are. I have to admit I fought with my fair share of baby bunnies, but once the garden thickened, I saw few of them eating plants I didn’t want them to destroy. Perhaps the plant diversity is teasing them to
garden be free. You’ve created a wildlife habitat, so let the plants and the wildlife be who they are. I have to admit I fought with my fair share of baby bunnies, but once the garden thickened, I saw few of them eating plants I didn’t want them to destroy. Perhaps the plant diversity is teasing them to
“The freedom” — lbondhill
Behr Construction Company
7 Reviews
Chevy Chase
Ideabooks7,909
Questions4
Wonder if my baby would like
small and clean lines
it's clean and classy
Its simplicity and clean lines.
The clean lines of a contemporary garden pool are a tailor-made backdrop for koi. The minimal plantings and spare hardscape allow the red and gold beauties to
clean lines
“Home” — rcerrudb
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
8 Reviews
Home Front Yards
Ideabooks6,224
Questions6
inviting landscaping, clean lines on house and ver clean and neat looking
Simple, clean and cheep design for front year.
Color and clean style
Very clean ranch exterior
Advantages of the Ranch1. Boomer friendly. The ranch's single-story design is kind to baby boomers (and their knees), allowing them to age in place.
“ranch” — kleeks2
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