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Sage Design Studios, Inc.
6 Reviews
Vegas Residence
of this house and trim? Thank you
Would love the name of the stone used on this house. We are building in North
remodeling (house was built 1976 so it has more of a traditional face) process and looking for colors to paint the exterior the front part has brick in a white/off color with some siding around windows and all side and back is stucco. I am looking for a nice color for siding, stucco, and fascia. I want to
LIke the natural rock house number
xeriscape and house number on rock
“Flowers” — ccastrolaw
Wagner Hodgson
3 Reviews
Mountain Lodge
this landscape for a private residence draws it's inspiration from the classic mountain lodges of the northeast. Rich sweeping drifts of native perennials, grasses and shrubs create a relaxed, elegant composition that ground the home and define a variety of spaces for family gathering, entertaining
Cut slabs either new from quarries, landscape supply houses or selvage yards to landscape with the topography of the property, on the front south east street side of the house where the lot drops, and on the north west side of the house where the terrain drops toward the lake
Stairs down north side of house
quarries, landscape supply houses or architectural salvage yards. These slabs can be fairly simple to install and are a nice way to experience the topography of a landscape.
“Daseys” — luckymamasita
Windsor Companies
4 Reviews
Windsor Companies
interconnected landscape gives these homeowners three spaces that make being outside a joy. Low stucco walls create a courtyard near the front door that has as unique sense of privacy, making it a great place to pause and view the pond below. Under the deck the stucco walls wrap around a patio, creating a perfect
surrounding landscape is framed by the posts of the deck above. The rear patio is made of large bluestone pieces. Grassy seams between the stone soften the hard surface. Towering evergreens create privacy, drifts of colorful perennials surround the seat walls, and clumps of Aspen trees define the entrance
of the house, it is beautiful?
On the exterior of a mediterranean house
I want stucco,brick and cultured rock for the exterior of my new house. The architect
“Colours” — sheenadb
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
House blends into lush, natural setting
House built on a hill. See entire folder.
in the landscape, and the path itself reflects those changes. Steeper portions of the site require quicker and more direct movement, meaning less space to meander or leisurely take in the site. When the grade levels out, the paths are widened, creating more opportunities to admire the vistas or take a
the main house to either cabin was carefully considered; factors included slopes, materials, width and places to stop and enjoy the view. See more of these cabins, including some peeks inside
“Stairs” — Sherri Johnson
a Blade of Grass
8 Reviews
Country Farm House
Color of house and winder planters
Like the color of this house
pretty door way and plants around house
Landscaping, house colors
House colors with landscape
Landscape in front of home
House color and flowers
Gravel and foundation landscape
of the house...to the house...House color...street house...Landscape plants...Farm House...on the house?
“purple green” — kbfinn
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
Cottage garden
Well, you all did an extraordinary job with the exterior. The landscaping is beautiful and so well suited to the house.
I like the coziness of this landscape
I have another view of this house. LIke
front landscape expense is typically paving, with costs ranging from $5 per square foot for concrete to $25 per square foot or higher for stone or brick. Gravel or decomposed granite paths are usually less expensive to install than concrete, stone or brick. If you will be replacing paving, this may
make your landscape more permeable. Sod is typically $3 to $4 per square foot. In addition, you can expect to spend an average of $1,000 to $3,000 on plantings and $2,000 to $5,000 on irrigation.
“front yard” — beckymarv
Grounds by Design - Fine Landscapes
Matt Giroux
for the landscape designer/implementer only, I can also connect you to that firm as well as the stone mason. It is an impressive riverside site. I have additional photos if you are interested. http://www.maclayarchitects.com/residential/116-larsen-river-house-moretown-vermont Best Regards, Matt Giroux
- Fine Landscapes Horticulture, Design, Consulting, Photography, Writing
all concept on this house with landscape and steps are just beautiful, all natural is perfect
I love the house and the landscape layout. It looks as though it belongs together.
exterior of house and natural look of pond
“Landscaping” — Nested Green Inc.
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Family Room
I like the landscaping for the front of the house.
House entrances and immediate areas adjacent to the house generally tend to be very formal to allow easy access. Both Jekyll and Lutyens believed in a quiet introduction to the house with no flamboyance.
House entrances and immediate areas adjacent to the house generally tend to be very formal to allow easy access. Both Jekyll and Lutyens believed in a quiet introduction to the house with no flamboyance.Planting in relation to these formal areas can be very traditional, with low boxwood hedging
“Round yellow flowers” — eschannep
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