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Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
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Reflections
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shower and bath, is the ultimate place to relax and enjoy water in its natural environment.
2. Outdoor bathMove over, health farms – this deep freestanding bath is the perfect place for relaxation and rejuvenation. Surrounded by tropicals on a chocolate-tone deck, the freestanding bath is a sculptural
need to create a sense of privacy. Here, although open to the garden, this outdoor bath has a feeling of seclusion due to the palms overhead and surrounding subtropical planting. The sculpture also partially screens the bath which is built onto a simple timber platform so that water can drain freely into
“Bath in Garden 1” — silbergen
swelldone
Backyard Bath House
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nice idea for tub .use as bath or to wash the dog !!
there be anything more freeing than bathing in the great outdoors? If privacy is a concern, a roll-down screen can help you feel less exposed but still connected with the surrounding landscape.
8. Set up an outdoor tubCould there be anything more freeing than bathing in the great outdoors? If privacy
d of Christmas lightsExtension cordOther materials:Clear outdoor protective sealer for all wood that's not pressure treatedRepurposed materials for bath accessories (cedar decking shower caddy, tree stump side table, towel hooks)More: See a cool office in a greenhouse | More salvage style ideas
Bathe al fresco in a sunny yellow bathtub. What a cute addition to a private garden.
“jacuzzi cover for privacy.” — cambridgeshire
ecocentrix landscape architecture
19 Reviews
Victorian Edible Garden - South Pasadena
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center ice bath to their host of quality microbrews, which a hundred guests enjoyed that night."
microbrewing company, and they were premiering the line at their holiday party a few years ago," he says. "The tub served as the front and center ice bath to their host of quality microbrews, which a hundred guests enjoyed that night."
“Pattern” — jwpalm03
Shannon Malone
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Not so sure about the bath in the background (!) but I'm taking inspiration from the iron table and chairs and weeping willow.
the little niche to take an outdoor bath
outdoor bath beneath a weeping willow
The Bath tub surrounded y the trees is amazing, love the lighting
outdoor bathing! need a willow tree like this
“Maybe a couple of vintage seating areas in the yard” — dmcguire2012
Witt Construction
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woodlawn residence
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I like the size and height of this one....more like a bird bath
Love the center of the garden with the bird bath
focal point with bird bath is great
Planting area with bird bath.
bird bath area...Bird bath
“Wall” — tyleah
Ike Kligerman Barkley
2 Reviews
Master Jacuzzi
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The three things I find most comforting. Bath. Fire. Ocean.
Spa bath--love!...Hot tub / bath tub...Bath & fire
“fireplace” — Laura Allen Tanner
Restyled Home
Restyled Home
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pool in the backyard or make frequent trips to the beach, it can come in quite handy to have a changing booth outside for getting into and out of bathing suits. The one shown here has the charm of a vintage seaside cabana — style up your own changing area with old buoys, colorful lanterns and a fun,
pool in the backyard or make frequent trips to the beach, it can come in quite handy to have a changing booth outside for getting into and out of bathing suits. The one shown here has the charm of a vintage seaside cabana — style up your own changing area with old buoys, colorful lanterns and a fun,
“Colors” — wannaberunner1210
Urban Improvement Company
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Forest Park Southeast New Construction
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Post Dispatch; and their dog, LuluLocation: Forest Park Southeast neighborhood of St. LouisSize: 2,900 square feet (269 square meters); 3 bedrooms, 3½ baths, plus an attached apartment with 1 bedroom and 1 bathroomYear built: 2012The home is L shaped, with the patio, pool and garage in the middle. The cedar
“Everything and the roof!” — mizanne
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