74,817 raised vegetable Home Design Photos

JP Builders, Inc
5 Reviews
Los Altos Home
Ideabooks188
Questions1
raised garden bed
Raised planter defines outdoor space
“lighting” — rehana6120
Northern Virginia Painting Professionals
We have been working in the Northern Virginia and Maryland area for over a decade and have many happy clients on both sides of the beltway.
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Elaine M. Johnson
11 Reviews
Chatham Charm
Ideabooks3,920
Questions1
Raised pad - two elevations
Raised retaining wall
“Love it” — sonamwangchen
Cynthia Williams Architect
Bathrooms
Ideabooks824
Questions2
This is about as raised a panel as we would tolerate. The simple lines and patina of the wood compensate the busy-ness of the panel. We prefer flat though.
RAISED PANEL, COLOR KNOBS
“Cabinet” — lichin90
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Repurposing a salvaged sink
Ideabooks81,704
Questions48
should be similar. In my house all trim is painted white and my kitchen cabinets are a medium color wood. It works because the kitchen cabinets have a raised edge around the doors and drawers that makes a rectangle whereas the doors in the house are six-panel composed of rectangles.
i really like the raised back on the sink. Less sitting water in the back like traditional flat sinks
“Sink and window” — melissalouise6
Michaelson Homes LLC
9 Reviews
Classic Colonial
Ideabooks2,084
Questions6
bed should be a little raised
Raised beds
“dormers, windows” — lsvhusker
Modern Landscape
Ideabooks7,566
Questions4
Raised boarders and benches plus fence
raised garden
“built in bench seat facing away from grass area” — asha1987
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Ford Caretaker's Cottage Renovation
Ideabooks4,929
Questions5
Raised foundation and plantings
Raised foundation
“Porch, picket fence, bicycle, coverd porch and water. Very nice” — Laurie Penland
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Lake House Two - Kitchen
Ideabooks16,872
Questions27
can I do something similar ? just raise a panel in betweek and drop the bar back>
the raised area on the island to hide the mess while still leaving plenty of counter surface at regular height
“Counter one side eating counter opposite” — Pam Schenck
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