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Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
Lagoon Residence @ Belvedere
can be helpful in designing a smaller garden as well. Classicism’s emphasis on proportion works beautifully in this example, in which the relative lightness of the furniture relates directly to the delicacy of the overhead structure.
“This could be sitting area by garage ?” — lheschen
My Romantic Home
romantic home
If trees don't hover overhead, introduce another element, like this birdcage, to give the essence of a light fixture and ground the dining area. Layering lacy tablecloths completes the shabby-chic look.
“bird house” — Mellie Meston
Living Earth Landscapes
Clyde Hill Home
in a summer shower.” In rainy parts of the country, there are few things more delightful than sitting high and dry while hearing the pitter-pat of a light rain cleansing the garden. It’ll take more than a leafy tree or vine to accomplish that. On the street we carry an umbrella, and the same approach can
“Path drawing you to the space” — matilda150
Lewis Aquatech
21 Reviews
shut down your wi-fi, and enjoy the freedom of disconnecting. This pool has a sunken spa and is just as fantastic at night when it radiates with blue light.
“Negative edge towards bayou” — mmize1
Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Garden Paths and Landscape Steps
USDA zones: 7 to 11Water and soil requirements: Cannas perform best with rich, well-drained soil and regular watering. Many tolerate standing water.Light requirement: Partial to full sunMature size: Available in many heights, from 1 to 10 feet tallBloom time: Summer through fallPlanting tips: Do not purchase
“GROUND COVER” — henrybms
Howard Design Studio
2 Reviews
Zen Pool and Garden
Dark-bottomed pools tend to look more naturalistic, and this one feels just right for the wooded surrounding landscape. Reflecting less sunlight than light-bottomed pools, dark-bottomed pools also benefit from solar gain.
“Pool surround” — Olivia Smedley
Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
plants are used en masse to paint a picture. Notice how this designer has employed a diversity of color, textures, shapes and sizes, as well as captured light, to weave a beautiful tapestry. The fact that the end product appears effortless is a testament to its success.
“Landscape” — tjonwhite
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
1 Review
Miami Beach Garden
work. You will quickly discover that your project will involve replacing at least one other component of your pool system, such as filters, heaters, lighting and more.More:Browse pool design ideasFind a pool contractor near you10 Breathtaking Swimming Pools
“Colores” — cristobalcox
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