50 valentine day idea my husband Outdoor Design Photos

Josh and Malissa McCulloch
DIY Front Yard Makeover
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Are the day lilies perennial? Thanks
I would like this for my backyard
bluestone but it's too narrow and boring! I call it the death march. I got a price of $10k just for the path no plants, etc. Does that seem correct? My husband can pretty much do anything but I would like help deciding on a design, pattern etc. I have a few pictures posted that you could see of outside of
are there anything added to fill out the yellow day lilies base
backyard near the patio. May I have a general idea how to achieve? What items are required? You have an excellent eye for beauty and nature.
reply! If you look at my photos you will see a portico we are adding and Ipe deck. In those shots you can see the existing sidewalk. It is a long path because it goes from driveway to front door and the house kind of curves on the site. $10,000 is a lot to me for that. My husband and I are big DIYers
“beautiful waterfall floating from front steps” — Melanie Cherry Lipps
Sandberg Design LLC
Remodel Sierra Madre
Ideabooks2,979
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14. Create an outdoor oasis. While those of us living in regions with chilly winters can only dream of basking outdoors around Valentine’s Day, if you do live somewhere warm, take advantage and give your outdoor space a winter makeover. A few curvy lounge chairs plumped up with white
Different than my usual but I like it
This vignette would look great under my deck.
14. Create an outdoor oasis. While those of us living in regions with chilly winters can only dream of basking outdoors around Valentine’s Day, if you do live somewhere warm, take advantage and give your outdoor space a winter makeover. A few curvy lounge chairs plumped up with white cushions
“outdoor” — neeteep
Dan Forer, Photographer
1 Review
Covecastles, Anguilla, West Indies
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buy a hammock for our back yard. My husband and I have two 6 1/2 year old twins, live in San Diego, so weather is not much of an issue (i.e. we can cover or bring it in if we get rain. Ideally, we would like something that could very very comfortably accomodate my husband, who is about 6 ft 5 in and I
5 ft 10 in (so we're tall), and it would be even better if we could occasionally fit one or both of our crazy little ones on it as well. I have no idea how large these Hammocks can get and still be practically. We are in the process of planning our backyard, so are flexible with respect to the exact
I would use it in my bedroom. Would look really good!
after a long day of work
I want this in my yard
“red blues and sand colours” — allisonmumof2
Cindy Abramovitz, Allied ASID
Sunroom
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Questions2
A great party idea, wonder if hula hoops could be used. How are they attached to the ceiling and walls? Thanks.
be cut at a specific length to achieves the "May Pole" effect and then mounted to small brass rods at the celing line. Using Hula Hoops is a great idea!
You could have my golden goose
Awesome Valentine Day party ceiling decor ideas
Reminds me of the big top I did for my niece and nephew's prom...
Love the idea to use a hulahoop!
“Decorations” — pachecolr
Gabberts Design Studio
26 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks2,129
Questions2
crossing the lake to my Alaskan lodge
My husband and I would have great
That is my idea of the back prof our hopme
like the idea of putting more sand down around pond
ONLY in my DREAMS !!
Oh-my-word unbelievable
Maybe one day...NOT!!
Not in my wildest dreams!
pond idea...my dream house...shore and wall idea...Dock idea...EVERYTHING. MY GOD.
“exterior” — jjarnes
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
Elegance in Design
Ideabooks54,628
Questions10
I love this! It is beautiful. My poor husband has so many yard projects. But I'm going to start working on him to add this to his list. It would look amazing in my yard. Btw...we live just north of Dallas and have chicken wire around our vegetable
critters! Would love to adapt this to my new home. What do they say about flattery?
This is beautiful. I have been trying to come up with a garden plan to fit my needs, this is perfect. I especially love that it isn't to busy with too much hard-scaping. My space seems to be about the same size
Dessa that is a good idea. I know that some people have to get ten feet high vinyl fencing to keep the deer out. Make sure to ask the fencing person before you buy - they might have a few ideas too.
“Chicken wire fencing Fir side of house” — Oliver Fuentes
Affecting Spaces
7 Reviews
toronto house
Ideabooks21,835
Questions7
for my backyard. The layout is similar to mine. That toolshed in the back is perfect for my husband's tools. I would add some box planters in the middle there!
Great idea for a city small backyard
This idea w steps down and grass on floor
just how different the use of plants becomes when the designer uses Brookes' ideas.In my early years of working in garden design, after leaving college in the early '70s, I can remember using a very restricted range of plants in my Brookes-style garden designs, including mainly ground covers, such as Hypericum
“Small space symmetry” — britt1666
Land & Water Design
10 Reviews
Putting Green
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I want in my back yard
Mmmmm think Brian will love this idea.......
Husband would love this
Great idea for Father's
One day...Best idea...Golf idea...Fun backyard idea...Father's Day gift...Interesting idea...for my new project
“putting greem” — mvanland
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