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what is the tree with the to the right front in pic?
The tree on the right is a Shoestring Acacia (Acacia stenophylla). The past couple of harsh winters have damaged some Shoestring Acacias that we've planted
this one has held up pretty well. Attached is another photo of this same tree.
Great tall tree: Shoestring Acacia; like shorter plantings
one wall concrete and one wall wood
“Walkway” — slongley26
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kevin akey -azd architects - florida
12 Reviews
kevin akey
what specie is the palm tree on the right?
What brand are the wall sconces on this project?
garage; like the pots on top of columns and the lighting on the "featured" Palm tree
Nice Palm tree...Opulent, palm tree...palm trees...stone wall
“arched entryway” — hscully35
Nicole Lanteri
20 Reviews
Modern Loft
fabric covers canvas to give the wall interest...
prints in both the living and dining rooms to add a bold splash to the white walls. The dining table and mis-matched chairs were found at an antique store in
it's unique pieces like these that can be assembled at an angle or a larger wall mural, art can enliven a corner. In this dining room, a well-placed floor
white backdrop and integrating the black and white floral pattern on the wall with the rest of the room. Be careful, though — if your dining room already
“I love the chair..” — Avila Tadena
Wheat's Landscape
We looked through our inventory but couldn't find a similar one, however we have several outdoor wall fountains
Privacy wall for west side with foumtain
Floor tiles and stone wall n two posts fountain. Low retaining wall for flowers
What is the color of the stucco wall?...outdoor wall fountains found here: ......This stub wall could hide garage
“FLOORING” — bcarmel
Al Jones Architect
Fraiche Home
What re the trees used in this landscape plan?
shelter of columns and trees falling in over the walls, multiple tables, play of light and shadow
Brick wall in front of master bath window
add pots and climbers to soften the hardscape. Design tip: Using low stone walls to form planting beds not only elevates the plants and provides more growing
Like the look of the stone and the wall...The Little Tables and the trees.
“เก้าอี้สวยมาก” — avanza
Modern Pool
water fountain coming out of wall and table top coming out of pool
Banana trees?...Water wall...Banana trees...red banana trees...Similar wall...Pool wall and plants...palm trees
“Italian tile island table” — rachelcheah
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
Banyon Tree Design Portfolio
Banyon Tree Design created a new front entry from the sidewalk to the front steps of this new contemporary home. The rockery was renovated with plants
What are the plants and trees that were used for the hillside?
too steep without considering engineering. These walls can be used as both positive and negative walls but you can lose functional space as the battered
bank requires length so they are best as positive walls.
Build a rock bank: The most cost-effective retaining wall is a large boulder rock bank. There is less digging, no real engineering
too steep without considering engineering. These walls can be used as both positive and negative walls but you can lose functional space as the battered
“natural looking on steep grade” — mzspyder
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
that light from the north would not be blocked by the neighboring house and trees, and improving the relationship between the studiolo and the house and courtyard
what kind of trees are those on the left of the patio? Looks like they have some type of red
simple opens to patio. Glass doors. Trees provide privacy
UnityThe interior wall of this beautiful garden room is hung, gallery-style, with vintage maps.
Multiply the charm with a row of French doors. If you have a long wall adjacent to your patio, consider putting in not one but two, three or more
Wall of French doors fully opens...Love the pictures on the wall "look"...the trees and where entrance is placed...photo wall and doors inside out
“Vidriera” — mldel48
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