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TRG Architects
9 Reviews
TRG Architects
Summer house?
“color of court” — tinapostorivo
Loudon County's Premier Windows
Windows on Washington is a local, family owned company focused on improving the energy efficiency, comfort and appearance of our clients' homes.
Legacy Landscapes, Inc.
6 Reviews
Cobb County
house. It was a kids paradise! The kool deck was nice and cool in the summer and allowed for barefoot basketball games. We designed and installed a
plants - reverse layout - trees to right rather than left
“Left to right fall evergreens” — nbthomason
Dann Coffey Photography
Front Entry
idea of a dutch front door. would be nice to have open in the spring or summer and the dog can't get out
lanterns, dutch door, colors, plants
“Lanterns on back side of house” — dronca
Moroso Construction
3 Reviews
Menlo Park Residence
and then they leap. It's true. If you can wait 6 or 7 years and plant a few each summer, you'll have tall trees before you know it. If you plan on going
current house for awhile but long for a wooded yard, you might as well start planting some trees. I'm sure you've heard the saying: first they creep, then they
“Beautiful example of house with courtyard” — birddog
Interiors by Myriam, LLC
3 Reviews
Gazebo and Pool Patio
summer house...plants, seating. accessories
“I can feel this in my house” — noorah
Sudbury Design Group
1 Review
Nantucket Residence
pool with stone deck, pool house with exterior fireplace for those cool summer eves, putting green, lush gardens, and a meandering boardwalk access through
retaining wall, add short picket fence to top for climber plants
fence with plants behind it
“Fence” — MG M
Seattle Staged to Sell and Design LLC
90 Reviews
Staged Issaquah House
Like the natural feel of these plantings
Find a lake near you. Just because you can't go to summer camp doesn't mean you can't still experience something like it. And let's face it, visiting a
nice use of Lake side plants
“Beach front at cottage?” — jojopur
Nilsen Landscape Design, LLC
16 Reviews
Meadow Garden
drought tolerant, and provides an incredible show of color throughout the summer and fall.
encourage using seeds native to your area, which will benefit wildlife and other plant communities more.So what do you think? Will you try making seed bombs? How
prairie planting
“wildflowers” — robertawolfsdorf
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