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Amy Noel Design
11 Reviews
Montera
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Questions4
Who makes that furniture and what is name of that fabric love the whole picture what is the plant with white flowers
Outdoor furniture, color design in fabric
outdoor furniture fabric
Cute off of a bedroom
love this outdoor furniture
My non1's...Garden furniture...Beautiful furniture...metal furniture...patio furniture...Love the furniture...garden furniture...iron furniture
“metal furniture” — bollweavel
Chicago Green Design Inc.
15 Reviews
Don Maldonado @ Chicago Green Design
Ideabooks6,573
Questions5
is from Room and Board which is made from recycled milk jugs. The wicker set in the background is from Babmar which is an outdoor online discount furniture supply distributor. dont use them much but fit the bill in this case.
sliders, then grass, then another patio at the back of the yard for lounge furniture
small and breaking it up with other finishes.Leave it: Microtopped concreteThe luster and depth of a concrete microtopping is surely covetable, but it’s not great in houses with big dogs or rambunctious children. Daily traffic can create deep scratches that aren’t erased by the regular resealing this finish
“faux turf” — deb957am
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
8 Reviews
Home Front Yards
Ideabooks6,077
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My sister and I are currently looking at land in North Port, FL and we would like to build a duplex giving us each 2-3 bedrooms, kitchen, family room and two baths with a pool and lanai shared bertween the two- would we better off purchasing a ranch and adding an addition?
difficult to figure out where your home fits.Ranch Architecture Roams Across U.S.
The ranch-style house developed in America in the 1920s and 1930s and became extremely popular in the booming postwar period of the mid 1940s to 1970s.Middle-class homeowners bought inexpensive land in newly-developing suburban
availability of land. This laid a framework for ranch-style design, popularised by architects including Cliff May and Joseph Eichler in the 1940s, ‘50s and ‘60s.
“Updated ranch” — Marty Rae's
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
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Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Garden Paths and Landscape Steps
Ideabooks3,542
Questions1
Science agrees with aromatherapy: The smell of lavender is indeed relaxing. Add it to your bedroom now.
lavender relaxes - nice in your bedroom
"Science agrees with aromatherapy: The smell of lavender is indeed relaxing. Add it to your bedroom now."
lavender for the bedroom my favourite
The smell of lavender is indeed relaxing. Add it to your bedroom now.
It’s best to buy named nursery plants to be sure you get exactly what you want. Seeds take a long time to germinate and may not grow true to variety.
Science agrees with aromatherapy: The smell of lavender is indeed relaxing. Add it to your bedroom now.
Plusieurs lavandes officinales, Lavandula angustifolia ou officinalis, alignées en bordure simple, s’accordent à merveille avec des oliviers et une végétation méditerranéenne.Astuce : optez pour un petit gravier blanc pour l’allée qui contrastera avec
“The smell of lavender is indeed relaxing.” — margielynnj
R. P. Marzilli & Company Landscape Contractor
2 Reviews
Natural Swimming Pool
Ideabooks4,966
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regeneration zone’s size and depth are related to the volume of water to be cleaned. The planted zone is shallower than the swimming area. Clean water slowly flows from the planted zone into the swimming zone. A specialized water skimmer removes large debris that falls on the water’s surface in the swim
regeneration zone’s size and depth are related to the volume of water to be cleaned. The planted zone is shallower than the swimming area. Clean water slowly flows from the planted zone into the swimming zone. A specialized water skimmer removes large debris that falls on the water’s surface in the swim
developed in Austria and Germany in the 1980s and have since grown in popularity worldwide. They can be designed in a multitude of ways: Some look like natural ponds; others may be disguised as standard tiled pools. How the zones interact. The regeneration zone’s size and depth are related to the volume
“Pond” — turnlead
Troy Rhone Garden Design
17 Reviews
Contemporary Cottage Garden teak table and chairs
Ideabooks7,013
Questions4
Love this for outside my bedroom
A firm base is created by tamping the soil underneath the gravel, which is only 1/2 to 1 inch deep. That makes the furniture more stable.
lookWho needs grass when you can have gravel, huh? This perennial favourite is popular for a reason: it’s low maintenance, practical and looks good, too. Accessorise with rustic garden furniture and raised flower beds, and voile! The perfect low-key garden just in time for summer.
“good idea” — kcampbell4343
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
34 Reviews
Romantic Tarrytown Terrace
Ideabooks19,471
Questions6
make the garden’s owners, urban transplants, happy. “My husband and I were looking for an outdoor space that had a secret-garden feeling,” says homeowner Anne Lillis-Ruth. “We’ve had fun adding furniture, antique planters, and a stone fountain to [landscape designer] Robert Welsch’s beautiful landscape
Brook, thanks for your question. I googled your request and came up with this link from "Gardening Australia" : http://www.abc.net.au/gardening/stories/s786201.htm looks like the answer is "YES!" Hope this helps. Good luck with your project. Robert Welsch Westover Landscape Design
Master bedroom deck enclosed with white annabells
limités en soleil. En bordure de jardin, des feuillages panachés comme ces herbesdu Japon (Hakonechloa) apportent une touche raffinée. Et pour cause, il s’agit de la plus jolie graminée d’ombre.
“Grandiflora” — houseofyoung
Cedar Run Landscapes
5 Reviews
Meadow
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laciniata) - Native to almost every U.S. state. This Rudbeckia, also called green-head coneflower or wild goldenglow, spreads by rhizomes and grows to 3 feet to 12 feet, so plant it in a large area. It prefers moist soil and can have a tendency to flop if it’s not in a preferred spot. Blooming in late
(Rudbeckia laciniata) Native to almost every U.S. state This Rudbeckia, also called green-head coneflower or wild goldenglow, spreads by rhizomes and grows to 3 feet to 12 feet, so plant it in a large area. It prefers moist soil and can have a tendency to flop if it’s not in a preferred spot. Blooming in late
(Rudbeckia laciniata) Native to almost every U.S. state This Rudbeckia, also called green-head coneflower or wild goldenglow, spreads by rhizomes and grows to 3 feet to 12 feet, so plant it in a large area. It prefers moist soil and can have a tendency to flop if it’s not in a preferred spot. Blooming in late
“Walk as edge to planting” — lindaopstad
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