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Tigertail Road, Brentwood, Californiakatie moss landscape design
Will you share what the lighting units are on the railroad ties?
Use railroad ties? Is this cost effective?
Love stones And railroad tie steps!! Lighting on steps too
Railroad ties painted / stained black
Gravel path with railroad ties
railroad tie, gravel backfill, lighting
RAILROAD TIES FOR STEPS
Using Railroad Ties for
Railroad ties...Railroad Tie steps...railroad ties
Wells Design MelbourneWells Design Landscapes
Looks like railroad ties.
railroad tie retaining wall
good use of railroad ties
Railroad tie retaining wall, plants
railroad tie and stone wall
Railroad ties
continue railroad ties from retaining wall into massive 'wall' for patio
great use of existing railroad ties- reflects history of the area
boulder anchors the massive patio structure, which was built from railroad ties from the farm
railroad ties make the patio structure
boulder anchors the massive patio structure, which was built from railroad ties from the farm.
A giant boulder anchors the massive patio structure, which was built from railroad ties from the farm. "I don't know where those ties originally came
A giant boulder anchors the massive patio structure, which was built from railroad ties from the farm. "I don't know where those ties originally came from," Cari says, "but I'm glad we had them."
@40portico - Where do you live? Are you in the DC Metro? Not all garden centers carry railroad tie timbers, but I would be happy to help, if I can!
I like the railroad tie planters. Where can I get this?
Railroad Tie Planters
railroad tie garden boxes
Railroad tie idea: Garden
railroad wood planter
Railroad ties
Railroad tires and non garden knickknacks
possible use of railroad ties for terracing the
Like the railroad ties as the step transition and crushed mulch or gravel in between.
Very natural with railroad ties?
Railroad tie steps...Railroad ties
integral planter boxes. railroad ties
Railroad ties & pebbles
Railroad tie boarder
Railroad ties for edge.
Railroad plank walkway
railroad ties
Woodland garden 1Jay Sifford Garden Design
railroad tie steps for the yard
Inexpensive, casual, walkway--pea gravel, with railroad tie terracing. A border to keep the pea gravel in place.
Wide pebble path with railroad ties
Pathway. Winding. Made from railroad ties and gravel.
A narrower path would have felt claustrophobic. Since the garden is informal by design, I used repurposed railroad ties and gravel to carve out terraces
making the space look or feel too busy. A narrower path would have felt claustrophobic. Since the garden is informal by design, I used repurposed railroad ties and gravel to carve out terraces to give the visitor places to linger and enjoy the space.Repetition is a very useful concept to help a space
The StrandKKC Fine Homes
I always wanted to do the railroad above the room.
Elevated railroad ?? Maybe.
Railroad in ceiling...railroad art
Gilchrist Home Potting ShedAl Jones Architect
This is what railroad tie raised beds would look like
Raised beds with railroad ties
Raised beds w/railroad ties
Railroad ties
more of the railroad ties for patio
patio with railroad ties to "enclose" it
These railroad ties create a nice frame for views of this open land.
railroad ties for patio w view
Patio/courtyard frame made from railroad ties. Very cool &
new use for old railroad ties
Interesting use of railroad ties to set the patio boundary
Green Home Tour 2009Tali Hardonag Architect
an old railroad ti for a mantle~
Mantel - old railroad tie
Railroad tie. A repurposed railroad tie sends a great design message for bold rustic interiors. Design tip: Railroad ties can be very twisted and warped. When you're hunting for a salvaged railroad tie, it is important to find one that is as level as
railroad tie mantel...Railroad tie mantle...railroad tie shelf
done on the safety of using pressure-treated wood around edible gardens, most experts agree that using wood treated with creosote (typically found in railroad ties) is not advisable.
done on the safety of using pressure-treated wood around edible gardens, most experts agree that using wood treated with creosote (typically found in railroad ties) is not advisable.
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