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Witt Construction
2 Reviews
woodlawn residence
Ideabooks3,139
Questions5
put sheer drapes in washing machine. put tea tree oil in washing machine while washing drapes. do not dry. hang damp drapes, open window. damp drapes will cool air as well as refresh room with tea tree oil smell.
Sheers that are put through the washing machine with 4-5 drops of tea tree oil, but not dried before a really hot day. They dry as the morning breeze passes through, plus there's a wonderful smell of the oil in the cool air
them in a bucket of water and ring them out.) I set my machine to finish about the time I get up in the morning, and I put four or five drops of tea tree oil in with the load. When I get up in the morning, I take the drapes directly from the washer (still damp) to the rod and clip them in place. The open
“nice arch” — Matt's Building Materials
Aquascape Inc.
5 Reviews
Tree and Waterfall Inspired Backyard
Ideabooks4,042
Questions1
love the pergola made of tree trunks.
rustic pergola out of trees
Tree and Waterfall Inspired Backyard
Tree arbor...tree limb arbor
“Waterfall” — beverlyjoan
Amanda Austin Interiors
6 Reviews
Historic Federal Hill Residence
Ideabooks9,182
Questions9
can you tell me where I can get the red fram with tree painting
Thank you for inquiring about the tree art. This picture is from Pier One but from about 4 years ago. I'm not sure where you can find the piece now. I'm sorry.
Like the tree picture.
I like the tree art...Tree painting...Tree art...like tree art...Tree picture
“Wall color” — hurricaneemily
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Residence Pool and Patio
Ideabooks17,736
Questions4
What kind of tree is on the righ of the pergola with red leaves?
Acer palmatum "Bloodgood". It has reddish/purple delicate foliage throughout the spring, summer and is decidous in the fall/winter. A beautiful tree, especially when in a multi-trunk form.
or Acer palmatum "Bloodgood". It has reddish/purple delicate foliage throughout the spring, summer and is decidous in the fall/winter. A beautiful tree, especially when in a multi-trunk form
“This is it...remove the furniture and put the spa inground in front of the fireplace but leave a lit” — stillh2os
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
30 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Overlook
Ideabooks10,548
Questions2
what are the two types of trees on either side of the steps here? Beautiful job!
Sorry to not be helpful but I am not sure. These two trees were already in the landscape when we started construction. We loved the idea of having the steps flow through the trees. I love the way it all turned out.
Including trees and landscape with natural stone
“Garden” — cazabeth
Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
Lakeview Residence Patio
Ideabooks27,281
Questions7
What type of tree is the large tree in the center?
May I ask what kind of tree is closest to the house, right hand side? Thank you
Trees and living space for back yard
like the different kinds of shrubs, plants, trees
Love the tree in the back right corner
Shrubs around vase of tree
Trees defining space
Trees and decor...Trees & stairs
“Tuin met stenen” — teysen_leslie
www.KarlGercens.com
Formal Garden Design
Ideabooks9,141
Questions5
What are the white flowering trees?
Verdant lane. Known as an allée in formal garden design terms, a grassy path lined with boxwood hedges and trees makes an enchanting addition
Less grass, low maintenance more trees and shrubs
Tree coming out of the hedge. Not that big!
Verdant lane. Known as an allée in formal garden design terms, a grassy path lined with boxwood hedges and trees makes an enchanting addition to an expansive yard. Crisply trimmed hedges accented with formal statues frames the view here, making the outdoor space seem even more substantial.
““The tall hedging to the left is Arborvitae, the lower boxed hedging is Taxus. I believe the hedgi” — Donna Strader
Wallace Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Wilmington Estate Landscape
Ideabooks11,023
Questions4
can you suggest a good mixed fast border or shrubs & trees for zone 6
The mixed border of evergreen and deciduous trees, tall shrubs and perennials shown here is a less-formal look that provides more visual diversity. If you enjoy gardening
The plants and trees used. Also I love the sharp landscaping.
The mixed border of evergreen and deciduous trees, tall shrubs and perennials shown here is a less-formal look that provides more visual diversity. If you enjoy gardening, desire a wide range of seasonal interest or want to attract wildlife, this is the look for you. A fairly large footprint is necessary
“Nothing like an established yard!!!” — annfriedrich
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