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Francis Garcia Architect
Carvin Residence
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fire/clay roof gazebo
“fireplace pool house” — robinlcullen
Kathleen Shaeffer Design, Exterior Spaces
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Santa Cruz I
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You can find similar tile at Fireclay Tile. You can ever have custom colors and cuts.
“地中海风情” — hising
Le jardinet
Sunset Shades
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need any kind of trucked-in mulch. The taller and thicker plants create a shade barrier to most weeds and help conserve soil moisture. If anything, I’d say top-dress with some nice compost in the fall, since compost can be both a mulch and a natural fertilizer. Letting it soak in over winter is also
need any kind of trucked-in mulch. The taller and thicker plants create a shade barrier to most weeds and help conserve soil moisture. If anything, I’d say top-dress with some nice compost in the fall, since compost can be both a mulch and a natural fertilizer. Letting it soak in over winter is also
“layers of foliage” — trailerable
Seattle Architects
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Tobin + Parnes Design Enterprises
Historic Brownstone Renovation
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Put spiky-leaved plants next to billowy ones. “It’s visually more interesting than if everything is similar,” Freda says. “If you have a square space, I’d do square planters, but then a circular table in the middle so there’s at least one counterpoint.”
Put spiky-leaved plants next to billowy ones. “It’s visually more interesting than if everything is similar,” Freda says. “If you have a square space, I’d do square planters, but then a circular table in the middle so there’s at least one counterpoint.”
“Staircase to rooftop” — robworldwide
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Custom Stone Bench
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I just want to build one and I'd like to know if there is a step by step plan that I can follow before heading to Home Depot! Thank you, Dena Stanley Leon San Diego, CA 92117
How is the stone bench built? Do you have plans?id it solid? Hollow? Frame in concrete blocks? How is the seating surface created? Thanks!
@batarani: I'd say at least 20 years...
Local Santa Barbara sandstone. I'd recommend using your local stone if it's suitable to get the "sense of place" that local materials bring to a project. Best of luck --- post photos
“bench” — erinaine66
id 810 design group
Hamptons Family Beach House
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“Curtains” — Denise Morris
id 810 design group
Hamptons Family Beach House
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id 810 design group
“living wall and sconce” — svosper
Duane Kaschak, ID
Duane Kaschak, ID
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Duane Kaschak, ID
Duane Kaschak, ID
“Wpc furniture” — eitanmaldavsky
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