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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Spanish Bungalow
Ideabooks1,285
Questions0
decorative pillow
Step decorative tile
Nice Garden Conversation Spot
Outdoor garden/patio
decorative tile...aquatic garden...water garden...great hidden garden...Patio for garden
“lighting” — cas4711
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Barbara Cannizzaro
oceandesigner
Ideabooks10,954
Questions2
is that a daybed in the garden?
I love stuff (decor that reflects our interest, pops of color). I have tons of stuff, but I can't arrange it at all!
space? Make it feel a little less cramped by using white, as shown in this rooftop garden. The crisp fabric of the seat cushion allows for a constant scene change with bold colored pillows, cut flowers and decorative accents.
Relaxing Outdoor SpaceIf your mom's more of a "get your hands dirty" type, her own Zen garden space might be a better form of relaxation than a bubble bath. Sweep off an outdoor patio or rake the dead leaves out of her garden and freshen things up with a new layer of gravel and a potted plant or two. Buy a
indoor space. Side tables for iced tea and magazines, pillows, blankets and good lighting (whether natural or artificial) are worth the extra effort. Decorating tip: Little things go a long way in outdoor spaces. Take the time to clear out any dead plants or leaves, and sweep surface areas.
“bamboo "roof" for privacy” — jcavinsd
Exclusive Interiors inc.
3 Reviews
Landscaping & Gardening
Ideabooks347
Questions1
A charming seating area gives a secret view of the gardens while the topiary mimics the architectural detail of the home's octagonal window. Creeping Jenny lies underfoot. Holly L. Nelson Photography
Landscaping & Gardening
“Pots on table” — jbryantc
The Collins Group/JDP Design
2 Reviews
Home in the woods
Ideabooks561
Questions2
transition from a patio to the yard/garden using the walk-thru pergola.
Entrance to herb garden.
Pillared garden entry.
Decorative chickens?
Garden gate...garden gate...red garden gate
“Like bench” — jwt5
Magee Design
19 Reviews
Sunny perennial garden
Ideabooks613
Questions0
A perennial garden filled with lots of native plants and a waterfall, brick, herringbone walkway and several patios made of brick, flagstone, and decorative gravel
water feature for front patio garden
Minus the garden gnome!
Sunny perennial garden
Perennial garden...perennial gardens...water gardens
“Just too beautiful not to save” — sruasonid
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Garden Oasis in the City
Ideabooks1,884
Questions0
notice boxed stairs at garden door and then the placement of patio stones... elements for my backyard
Like the garden containers
cor-ten (with decoration) against wall
Back garden gable wall
Garden Oasis in the City
Garden planters
“fallling plans and concrete” — cbartelli
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks182
Questions1
I like decorations made out of non plant material. Just don't know where to put them.
heat of August is not the time to divide or move plants, but it’s a great time for planning ahead for an active September and beyond. Look at your garden with a critical eye as you plan your shopping and work lists for the cooler days to come: Are there plants that are past their prime and should be
replaced?Are there views that need to be screened or areas that need shade?Have perennials stopped blooming due to too much shade or crowding?Does this garden really sing, or is it lacking that special “something”?
but it’s a great time for planning ahead for an active September and beyond," says Colorado landscape designer Jocelyn Chilvers. "Look at your garden with a critical eye as you plan your shopping and work lists for the cooler days to come."Get her Rocky Mountains August checklist
“landscape” — IMI Ltd
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Palo Alto Green Point Rated House
Ideabooks4,165
Questions3
and they brought a similar sanctuary to their own house. She created privacy with louvers, sliding doors and planters in this second-story garden. The greater garden area is also full of edible plants. "Bathing outside, whether soaking in the tub or standing under the shower, is quite the amazing experience
“help me help you” — Natasha Madison
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