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The Garden Route Company
11 Reviews
Mountain Home
Ideabooks2,217
Questions1
Terracing small walls is a great strategy for shoring up slopes. It uses the drama of a steep slope, adding dimension and layering to an otherwise uninviting
Terracing small walls is a great strategy for shoring up slopes. It uses the drama of a steep slope, adding dimension and layering to an otherwise uninviting
“path wall” — ronteeguarden
Northern Virginia Contractor
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Gatling Design
4 Reviews
Cozy Cottage
Ideabooks4,445
Questions5
I've got a similar roofline with the outside gables but a flat (slightly sloped) roof inbetween with skylights and looking for a longer term solution for
block retaining wall is what holds the soil behind it in place. Terraced slopes will most likely require retaining walls with footings and rebar to meet
valleys were hot mopped up 3 feet on each side; then we built a cricket that sloped from +12" at the front of the valley to 0" at the back; then covered all
is in the middle at the bottom of the screen drains only the patio which slopes to its own center floor drain. Though we added about 700 sq ft of new roof
Typically you would find roof "saddles" in between the roof slopes that die into each other. This would direct the water out to the perimeter
“adorable” — kmscott_55
Missouri Botanical Garden
White-Tinged Sedge
Ideabooks335
Questions0
Consider this for slope/ditch of front lawn
Could use as a ground cover for my steep sloped parkway
sedges. It slowly spreads by rhizomes — a bonus for difficult lawn areas or slopes. If you want a really carefree and low-growing sedge, try plains oval sedge
adaptable, slowly spreads by rhizomes — a bonus for difficult lawn areas or slopes. For really carefree & low-growing sedge, try plains oval sedge (Carex brevior)
sedges. It slowly spreads by rhizomes — a bonus for difficult lawn areas or slopes. If you want a really carefree and low-growing sedge, try plains oval sedge
“Low mtn sedge” — jsmith831956
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Hill meadow
Ideabooks4,830
Questions3
choosing plants that will do well in your area. This is also a good option for sloped yards, where hardscaping would be more difficult.
choosing plants that will do well in your area. This is also a good option for sloped yards, where hardscaping would be more difficult.Find plants native to U
meadow on slope...variety of plants on slope...For downhill slope?...path on slope
“Like these stairs” — Kelly Krysinski Clark
Johnston Architects
7 Reviews
house in the woods
Ideabooks4,733
Questions5
how steel design of slopeing roof made
environs. The main building, in the foreground, is partially bermed into the slope, opening up to the sunlight and shedding water and snow to the rear.
they are called single sloped roof...Slope house with mixed materials...Single slope to sun
“Side entry” — Heather Stanford
Donna DuFresne Interior Design
7 Reviews
Donna DuFresne Design
Ideabooks2,074
Questions2
Sloped ceiling...Sink with slope wall...bathroom sloped ceiling...bathroom with sloped ceilings!...Sloped ceiling, sink and...SLOPED CEILING BEAD BOARDED...Small space attic slope...Sloped ceiling bathroom
“skylight placement for headroom” — alibaba7_
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Northern California regional hillside
Ideabooks1,465
Questions0
mix of grass and flowers for the slope
Idea for sloped bavkyard...Sloped,area near barn...Landscape on a slope...Uphill slope of the backyard....Sloping backyard
“steps to perch” — zeldaanddakota
Designer Kitchen by Morgan
3 Reviews
Walnut and White
Ideabooks4,774
Questions3
Build into it There is often very little vertical space beneath a sloping ceiling, but there may be room for some built-in storage. This run of drawers
Build into itThere is often very little vertical space beneath a sloping ceiling, but there may be room for some built-in storage. This run of drawers
“pull out table top” — Cheryl
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