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Angela Otten; WmOhs Showrooms Inc
6 Reviews
A faucet to fill pots with water.
Water Spigot in Island for Pasta Pot
See the small arch on the rock wall at the back of the kitchen... what about an indoor/outdoor pizza oven. Access from porch/deck to clean out the back side!
“Wood oven” — Meagan Lapworth
Harmony Design Group
5 Reviews
Timeless Elegance
color of water, grey slate edging, jacuzzi at end
Rock, stone, & cement
Vegetation and water interaction
“I like the raised stacked stone around hot tub” — precisone
Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Crisp Architects
finished with polyurethane can be cleaned with a solution of white vinegar and water. Just avoid getting the floors really wet by applying the solution with a barely damp mop and wiping dry with a towel immediately after. Excess water on wood floors of any type can potentially cause damage.
Door Mat. Rocks and dirt have a funny way of traveling throughout the house, especially if there's not a "shoes-off" rule. Keep dust and dirt at bay by using a pretty
“Déco bouteilles de verre” — maillouxn
4 Reviews
Cape Cod Inspiration by Design Guild Homes
Thank you. Wow, a new renovation for the upper floor? That makes me even more intrigued with it! It's simply lovely. We live near the water and we CRAVE more of a water view. Doing a second floor would enable us to see for miles - we can essentially see the San Juan Islands and down to Anacortes from
“nantucket exterior ranch” — awallow
Sheldon Pennoyer Architects
1 Review
New Hampshire Lake House
Love the wood and the water.
“Tile” — petramoy
Sterling Custom Construction
8 Reviews
Sneads Ferry Renovation
Is the wood pretreated for water proofing ?
rock before the fence line
I love the color of the water
“Fiber” — bevthebrat
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
A Country Place
Clean lines simple surround gray blue water
Like water color...Like rock tile
“Pool steps” — dohertyhm
Seattle Fine Remodeling
Blue Sound Construction is a fine remodeling company that specializes in providing a hospitality-based construction experience.
well in British Columbia, where I live. Do you have very hot summers, in Virginia? If it's the case and you decide to plant one, make sure that you water it regularly during the hot season, and it should be fine. I found also this on the Internet: Cultural Preferences Hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture
species -- grows in USDA zones 4 through 9. This acid-loving plant grows best in dabbled shade and -- once established -- doesn’t require regular watering.
have a timeless garden, you can emulate this style by encouraging a naturalistic approach. Appreciate the architecture of your trees; encourage mossy rocks and ground covers to blanket the earth. Allow plants to grow to their full and inherent forms. Then give yourself a place where you can walk, contemplate
“Shrubs” — gheaton
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