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RH Factor Landscape Design
4 Reviews
Cohen Residence Entry Path
Ideabooks53,217
Questions14
the gate is approximately 3' wide. the plants are 1"x4", which of course measure closer to 3 5/8", at 4" on center, allowing air flow between.
“Under deck” — Lo Lespier
kevin akey -azd architects - florida
12 Reviews
kevin akey
Ideabooks2,794
Questions2
“Pool” — breenbailey
Amber Ranzau - haut haus, inc.
Front Porch on Lake of the Isles
Ideabooks34,316
Questions35
This porch features stunning views of the lake and running trails. The furniture in the space is a mix of old and new, and designer furniture and custom made furniture. We used navy blue flooring material on the ceiling to add interest, color and texture. A new Waverton Cambria top sits on an antique Weiman lacquer table base. Mark Ehlen Photography.
“All” — gcros003
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks49,502
Questions17
1. Try xeriscaping. A fancy term for low-water landscaping, xeriscaping is all about using plants that can withstand extremely dry (or drought) conditions. Even if you don't live in the desert, a well-planned xeriscape can save you a significant chunk of change and time when it comes to maintaining your
“outdoor” — Tonya Willis
Harwick Homes
9 Reviews
Private Residence, The Estuary, Naples, FL
Ideabooks9,517
Questions6
lovemyroom- yes it is a spa within the pool, in order to make it "isolate" properly from the pool the spa is actually about 1" above the pool water line. It is very hard to see even when on site, the fact that the spa wall tile carries over the top and into the spa helps hide
“I like the look of the heavy corner columns and the layers of the decks and large eve.” — angela27
Evergreen Consulting / 4EGC
Laurel Road: Evergreen Consulting and E2 Homes
Ideabooks23,889
Questions6
1. Reduce outdoor watering. Since most residential water is used outdoors, Gonzalez says the easiest and most effective way to conserve water at home is
“Stones around garden near wash line and pool” — karenweyer
Colas Moore Artisan Group
1 Review
Old World Finshes
Ideabooks2,084
Questions0
This private entry patio was designed to block out the noise from a busy street. It also added a security aspect with twelve foot high walls. Patio entry, fountain and stone work designed and constructed by Colas Moore Artisan Group. Photo: George Gutenberg
“Mom's courtyard for dogs, needs grass” — galb64
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
30 Reviews
Peterson Property
Ideabooks6,435
Questions3
water features, bubbler, flagstone hardscaping, rock garden, outdoor seating, outdoor living space
“dry creek bed” — dhikeking
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