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B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
Wimberley Modern Farmhouse
Ideabooks50,119
Questions13
Sorry to ask..Red chair on right.. SO in love with it. Where is it from. The project design is flawless!
put down each season. This stops certain weeds. Then there is broad leaf and small leaf weed killers to target what is growing in your yard. Bring a weed (in a baggie) to your nursery center and they will tell you what will be best to kill it. The property above looks like it probably has weed fabric
it feels lovely to step out into the crisp air.Tell us: What is your favorite Thanksgiving tradition?
Whether it's modern, rustic, traditional or eclectic, the look that gives you joy and the region that you live in should inform your choices.Discover landscape design styles
“Neat ideas” — Patrick Seaman
Dalrymple | Sallis Architecture
8 Reviews
Exteriors
Ideabooks9,156
Questions4
us a message or give us a call and we'll be able to help you out. Thank you Dalry | Sallis Architecture for referencing us. We're at your service for any other projects you need our assistance in.
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Horizontal and vertical members are nominal 2x4 with diagonal members cut down to 1 1/2" x 2 1/2". Rail strength comes from the truss like design. All members are pressure-treated and local codes should be considered. Thanks for your comments.
26. Design the perfect front porch. If you’re thinking of adding a front porch or remodeling one, you’ll want to know the right measurements for the most function. Full story: See key measurements
“Color” — Melissa
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
Ideabooks88,453
Questions25
the sun so it wont freeze up. Commonly flatroofs will drain from a scupper of the side. There are only a few profiles to choose from but if curvy is your thing, use k-style. If you are more of a square, use NS-style. Minimum 5" but 6" is better
review boards probably isn't the first thing on your list of criteria when hiring a new architect or designer. But it's important to do your research and ask about the professional's experience. The last thing a design review board wants to do is hold up a project, but anyone who comes in again and again without
Your lounge can be a built-in element. This striking poured-concrete sectional hits a modern chord without feeling harsh, thanks to a wooden seat, ample
“Sunken seating” — supersonia
Salmon Bay Woodworks
3 Reviews
Modern Backyard
Ideabooks6,195
Questions4
follow your contractor's advice on which materials work best in your area.
We are based in Seattle, WA and are not familiar with any contractors in your area. Good luck with your project!
“deck privacy, dining table” — jtoward
Outhouse Design
3 Reviews
Ruess St
Ideabooks38,951
Questions11
We had them made for the project
so no matter how small your backyard, use plenty of timber to create a welcoming space you can’t wait to hang out in. Draw inspiration from Balinese day beds, sundecks and decor for authentic appeal.HOW TO DO IT: If you don’t have space for a pool and ocean views aren’t your reality, add a water feature
“It might not seem like it, but small spaces are often more difficult to design than large ones. An expert will be trained to deal with your needs and challenges.” — Mitchell ParkerIt’s true — in a small space, you need to get the design just right. Parker leads us through 16 tips from the
the most of just a few materials, deal with sloping yards and know when it’s time to call in professional help.Full story: 16 Ways to Get More From Your Small Backyard
“La Playa pool” — sejoseph
Nick Leith-Smith Architecture + Design
Dallington Terrace
Ideabooks34,193
Questions6
good working relationship?Communication is key. Keep talking to your builder about what you would like to achieve, what has worked and what hasn’t. If the relationship does sour, consider bringing in a third party to manage the project. ‘An architect can explain to the contractor what you would like
site and issue an architect’s instruction if a variation on the original contract is proposed,’ says Sam Thornell.Which questions did you ask your builder? Share your experiences in the comments below.
Level upIn cities where garden space is limited, a flat roof is the perfect place to create your own summer paradise. And a built-in alfresco hot tub has to be the ultimate wind-down, especially surrounded by a flat surface big enough for an ice bucket and wine glass…
“Love the lighting” — pattybohnsack
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
Ideabooks53,927
Questions10
that frame the bluestone steps. On the lake side of the home a secluded, private patio offers refuge from the more publicly viewed backyard. This project earned Windsor Companies a Grand Honor award and Judge's Choice by the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association. Photos by Paul Crosby.
My apologies to hontoo - if your query meant the "low growing green plants" next to the grass. I can't speak for the Windsor Companies.....but the green plants at grass edge looks like.......pachysandra
I can't believe people don't read the preceeding Q&A. Thank you for your kind responses just the same.
high) are OK to cut down on your own, but anything larger should have you speed dialing the tree service. First, amateurs and chainsaws rarely mix well. Then there's the art of gauging where the tree will fall — miss the mark, and it could hit a power line or crush a wing of your house. And trying to balance
“Just” — cbalasub
Gregory Lombardi Design
1 Review
Transitions: Pathways, Landings & Steps
Ideabooks120
Questions2
Are there more pictures of this project?
Thanks so much Reuben, we appreciate your comments! There are more images of this project on our website :)
“transitions pathways and steps” — valeriel2
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