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McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Casual Landscape
Fertilize the lawn. Fall is the best time to fertilize your lawn. Use a lawn fertilizer with a ratio of 3:2:1 or 4:2:1 of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium at a rate of 1 pound per 1,000 square feet of grass. Always follow the directions on the package and avoid overfertilizing, which will only
Famosa- The Surface Studio
Pools & Water Features
Oceanside Glasstile Tessera Series Enchantment blend in 1"x1" pattern. Picture taken in Maui, Hawaii. :)
Screen Porch Addition
I believe the slats are 1-1/4" wide x 3/4 and they are cedar.
This handsome wood pergola serves as the welcoming entrance to this backyard oasis. A raised flowerbed housed in a...
You can almost smell the fragrant aroma of jasmine and gardenia from the outer gardens in this stunning sunroom. With...
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LG House - Exterior (Courtyard)
Thanks Lambert! Property is 25' wide, so with required side-yard setbacks of 4' (1.2m) each side, the house is 17' wide. :: thirdstone inc. [^]
Thanks!...yes this is 1"x12" knotted cedar boards installed in 'rain-screen' application. :: thirdstone inc. [^] .
Exterior - 1" x 12 knowtted cedar boards
Lori Smyth Design
1. Give it home-like elements. There's everything to love about this outdoor room: The obvious "doorway" through which one enters
1. Give it home-like elements. There's everything to love about this outdoor room: The obvious "doorway" through which one enters (complete with a stone mosaic "area rug" at the threshold), the steps that ascend to a welcoming outdoor room, the presence of aromatic lavender to stimulate sensory memories
Guy Ayers, Architect
Quince Reverse Shed Eichler
Forground looks like 1 1/2" to 2 1/2" river-washed granite in a warm gray multi-color, but you should ask the landscape architect, Bernard Trainor: www.bernardtrainor.com
Mark English Architects, AIA
Could you tell me the depth of the Ipe wood? Is it 7/8, 1", or 5/4?
better. But, naturally as thickness goes up so does price. The 5/4" material (net finished 1") will work great in your area and it spans 24" on center from joist to joist. Thicker 2" material (net finished 1-1/2") will be far more expensive. We're glad you chose Ipe over PVC, and hope this bit of i
breakfast here. with a pergola roof and vines above http://cache.foreverredwood.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/large/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/p/e/pergola_25x15yg_12inslats2_hi_1_-_edited_2_1.jpg
i like the idea of a tiny small balcony off the 1 room third floor space. room to sleep or read or draw or work and a tiny balcony, maybe we could see the water from this small space. haley wants to