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Jean Allsopp Photography
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I love the room divider or privacy screen idea.
UNUSUAL CEILING. COULD USE TO SEPARATE ONE AREA OF A GREAT ROOM FROM ANOTHER.
it: You don't need to build a lanai or screen in your porch to create an outdoor room. A simple trellis and canvas panels transform a plain concrete patio into a mini cabana; a row of brightly painted Adirondack chairs makes a lawn feel like an instant beach. And if you have two nicely spaced trees, you
As a room divider (indoors or out). An assemblage of exterior shutters becomes functional decor in this Lowcountry coastal color palette.
it: You don't need to build a lanai or screen in your porch to create an outdoor room. A simple trellis and canvas panels transform a plain concrete patio into a mini cabana; a row of brightly painted Adirondack chairs makes a lawn feel like an instant beach. And if you have two nicely spaced trees, you
“shutters” — rebeccagarner1
Dwell by Design
Dining Area
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I would like to get this metal divider for my balcony for privacy. Where can I get this or is this custom?
idea for a room defining fence
Outdoor room. Wine rings, & bamboo screen.
evergreens as divider.
outside divider,old metal rings
Iron feature divider
Metal Divider...Great divider...Wagon wheel divide...decorative divider
“like the feel of iron - sculptural” — cartsy
Greg Hahn
Coolest backyard ever
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Hey, I am making this wall as we speak. Love it!!! Can you tell me where the bottle with the monkey on it came from. I have a monkey (tasteful) fettish. Just a different idea. I made the hole all the way through the top board so if
keep out the water, but it didn't work very well. If you haven't seen it yet here is a video showing some of the mistakes and lessons learned while making the wall https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFyK-pJiyyg Peeling off all the labels was by far the hardest and most time consuming part.
rebar, making a unique and whimsical privacy screen.
would like as inside dividing wall
gate, door frame, or divider made from old bottles pierced and strung on rebar. Rebar rusts, so seal with an epoxy coating or put somewhere the rust won't stain the surface below
“Wall” — emromanowski
Modern Landscape
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that allows them more breathing room. To divide a plant: • Dig up the plant, being careful to get as much of the roots as possible. • Gently separate the roots or bulbs, using a hand tool if necessary before replanting your "extra" plants into other parts of your garden. • Water thoroughly and lightly
IN FALL: Divide perennials. Every year or two, it's a good practice to dig up and divide certain perennials, like cannas, daylilies, bearded irises, wood ferns, violets and Shasta daisies. These types of plants develop large clumps or bulbs, and dividing them is a healthy practice that
that allows them more breathing room. To divide a plant:• Dig up the plant, being careful to get as much of the roots as possible.• Gently separate the roots or bulbs, using a hand tool if necessary before replanting your "extra" plants into other parts of your garden.• Water thoroughly and lightly
“cannas with grasses” — lcorinth
Studio Balcones
Hyde Park Residence
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Poured in place concrete wall as a divider for the garden.
concrete 'open' wall divides yard and protects from adjacent apartment building while keeping all open
partial wall -- great way to add interest and divide garden space
Great dividing wall...dividing wall
“The Window wall is a real winner.” — All Home Products & Improvements
Creative Garden Spaces
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Austin Residence
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shrubs and trees. The back deck was made for entertaining. Eating and living areas defined by not only furniture but with large planters used as "room" dividers. The rest of the garden is mass planted with groundcover, shrubs and perennials.
Divide & plant what you already enjoy...
whether they come from recycled sources and whether they are permeable. If you don't know, ask. Cost. For most of us, cost is the elephant in the room. The best advice I can offer here is to not be penny wise and pound foolish. I've found time and again that a bit more expense (sometimes a lot) on
Use a ground cover as a unifying element. Just as an area rug can tie a room full of disparate furniture together, a ground cover can weave cohesiveness into a disparate collection of plants. Notice how this carpet of Mazus reptans
“Garden pathway to the playhouse?” — Clara Kuo
Groundworks Office
Menlo Park Deck It!
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Jan 2014 This would be nice gate and wall between house and work room
Easy divider idea. Maybe something similar on the existing 4v4's around hot tub.
Wind won't take this down but it adds vision divide. Maybe
deck area. Phormiums flank the side gate. Cox irregularly spaced 1-inch by 1-inch ipe slats along the gate for added interest. Could be used as a divider from the front and driveway area, to the backyard and garden area.
Potential boat screen. Prefer horizontal wood to give more natural materials instead of just cables. Would likely make denser to hide boats more effectively.
understated, but here we see how patterns and rhythm can create a memorable and well-executed project. “You don’t always have to use Carrara marble to make interesting stuff,” Cox says.
“IPE slats” — juliadublove
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Davis Square Garden
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blocks from Maine form a seat height bench along one edge of a richly patterned brick terrace, and an elderly pear tree shades a fantastic outdoor dining room. Native shrubs, ferns, grasses, and other drought tolerant perennials soften edges and create multi-seasonal interest. An herb and vegetable garden
as it rots easily, and add protective mulch if you live where the winters are very cold. You may need to stake taller varieties. The plants can be divided in fall or early spring.
spreads easily lasts long.EVERY PART OF THIS PLANT IS POISONOUS IF EATEN. don't grow in wet soil well rot easily. add protective mulch in winter can be divided in fall or early spring
as it rots easily, and add protective mulch if you live where the winters are very cold. You may need to stake taller varieties. The plants can be divided in fall or early spring.
“This is one of my favorite perennial flowers.” — Hermine Dow
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