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The Brickman Group, Ltd.
1 Review
Potager Garden
Ideabooks17,794
Questions5
If you have great sun in the front yard and shade in the back, go ahead and plant your potager out front. Arranging vegetables in orderly groupings keeps the look appropriate for a front walkway.
If you have great sun in the front yard and shade in the back, go ahead and plant your potager out front. Arranging vegetables in orderly groupings keeps the look appropriate for a front walkway.
and smaller bouquets just for cooking. Keep in mind that dried herbs tend to be about three to four times stronger than fresh, so a little bouquet will go a long way in cooking.
“brick” — Jane Naillon
Hill Mitchell Berry Architects
Contemporary
Ideabooks5,004
Questions3
Bench turning into stairs going up to hight terrace... this is too stark for me, but the straight lines...appealing???
the eating area is close by. If you’re going to be on cooking duty all evening, you’ll want to be close to your guests.
Make it comfortablePerching on hard, wooden chairs is ok for short periods, but if you really want to sit back and enjoy the good life, go for padded seating.
“The couch” — gracehov
Daryl Toby - AguaFina Gardens International
8 Reviews
Steel & Stone
Ideabooks16,449
Questions4
makes you want to go in
corners of suburbia. Nurture a sense of "fort" instead by creating a secluded seating area around the bend, hidden from view. The point is to have a go-to place where you can look out at the world but the world can't see you. When you're designing seating for this area, make sure it backs up against
down. Lights that shine downward rather than up or out create soft pools of light along a stairway. There's enough light to let you see where you're going, but it's not jarring or shining in your face. You don't need to light every tread. Instead, aim for just enough light to keep things safe while allowing
“enticing and intimate” — Linda Reed
David Rolston Landscape Architects
Modern Pool in Bluffview ( Dallas, TX)
Ideabooks54,070
Questions12
close at hand. This one even has a bit of playful peekaboo going on, as it is open to the other side of the stall.
1. Carve a niche in the wallA shower niche will keep your supplies close at hand. This one even has a bit of playful peekaboo going on, as it is open to the other side of the stall.
How high should wainscoting go?
“great for dirty days” — Veronika Capin
Cudmore Builders
1 Review
Manalapan
Ideabooks8,596
Questions3
Always loved these pools than go down into the sea
Pool appears to go on forever!
I love how it looks like a pool going in to the beach and the color of the water is nice is the pool salt water pool
I want to go here...Wanna go here!
“vij” — vijaynaiya1
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Lake Front Home, Burlington, Vermont
Ideabooks5,057
Questions5
contractor will start by using a concrete cutting saw to cut the concrete joints out. “If you don’t cut it, then you’re going to start jackhammering, and the rest of the patio is just going to crack,” Dennis explains. If you’re removing the entire patio, the contractor will use both the saw and jackhammer
“beige ish tan” — agnesmesisca
Elad Gonen
1 Review
exterior
Ideabooks20,916
Questions10
If you’re a lucky rooftop owner with loads of space, go all out by creating an outdoor living room. This is perfect for entertaining a group of guests or playing family games under the sun all day long.
from here at every opportunity. What client wouldn’t be impressed having a meeting in such a stylish room with a view? Go for standout, modern furnishings to complete the look.
“Dachterrasse” — fiegemarcel
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Meadow Planting
Ideabooks4,360
Questions0
2. Go for the natural look. The less it's supposed to look groomed means less upkeep for you. As always, you want to look for plants that are easier to maintain naturally, in that they require little soil, fertilization, watering, or a certain type of exposure. Try not to choose something that's going
“DT grasses 2” — Benchmark Design
Go with Granite or go with Cambria
I LOVE the look of granite (it is like having a piece of artwork in your kitchen). We are renovating a house (gutting it actually) and are putting in a...
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