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have the tree a bit further back though! no one want to be cleaning or paying for a pool guy all the time i don't care how much money i have
Parents house...garden or house?
Seattle Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013
Best of Houzz 2013
ROM architecture studio is known for seamless remodels and additions to vintage homes, adapting them for today's needs while preserving their architectural character. Contact me for your next project!
Robert Baumann, Architect
Wine Country Spanish Estate
love the trees coming through the deck and through the roof!
Fence with rock columns matching rock on house
off the house needs to be faced west. infinity pool
Tree through decking
Trees in deck...Under the tree
love how the vanishing edge faces the house
Tree swing close to pool
Like the trees surrounding
Pool and trees...match house...mature trees
Dave Adams Photography
Shrubs and trees give this a European feel
side of house off side porch/dining room. let hedges grow - with a deck underneath - will feel like a terrace overlooking the front yard
Courtyard. Shady tree
the trees...tree shading...patio with trees...arden House
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
Private Residence - French Formal Estate
tree fence around the tree
mature trees...Nice tree...Love the tree!...House style...Dream house
Renovation in Palo Alto
Maple tree at the hammock tree
Grow Your Own Privacy Wall with Plants and Trees
side of house...leafed tree.
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
Portland Landscaping Overlook
with the trees. I will always want that area clean and kept underneath.
grass area for play. large trees for
like our house! Stone work
stone around tree...away in trees...surrounded by trees
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
surround trees and grasses do when a gust of wind blows by. The tall, skinny nature of the statue complements and imitates the line and shape of the trees beyond.Tell us: Do you have a beautiful old oak tree or field of meadow grasses that could inspire a new backyard design? Perhaps you are inspired
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