15,193 trellis Home Design Photos

KuDa Photography
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Straw bale house
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Lime plaster straw bale construction. All structural and finish materials reclaimed. Designed by Jack Thomas Associates, PC - http://jtapc.com. Photo by KuDa Photography.
“Love stone flloor” — hopeygdog
Northern Virginia
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Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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Kingsley Belcher Knauss, ASID
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KBK Interior Design Portfolio
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behind the trellis detail.
“Vanity” — cullenhall
Lake Country Builders
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Lake Country Builders
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above the trellis in the first photo? Was it treated at all? Great job!
“stone work 4 lake” — kelltex
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
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Italian Elegance
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shaded trellis
“bobo” — biallas
Elad Gonen
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exterior
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project for roi hoftman . www.roiwood.co.il
“Deck with pergola” — sptatum1
Sara Bates
South Philly Row House
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a deck trellis and plants, and $6,000 for a rooftop deck and staircase. Light fixtures: Illumine, Home Depot
a deck trellis and plants, and $6,000 for a rooftop deck and staircase. Light fixtures: Illumine, Home DepotSee more photos of this home
“translucent window in door?” — nashvillerambler
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
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Making the Best of a Forgotten Space
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on a trellis beside it. More: How to Turn a Side Yard Into a Glorious Garden Room
on a trellis beside it.
“fall plantings” — cpeckham1
Amy Renea
Butternut
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fruit on a trellis with a cloth bag or netting. The fruit will be heavy, so make sure your support is sturdy. Aphids, cucumber beetles, cutworms, mites, nematodes and the aptly named squash borers and squash bugs may cause problems. Powdery and downy mildews can be a problem as well. Row covers can protect
fruit on a trellis with a cloth bag or netting. The fruit will be heavy, so make sure your support is sturdy.Aphids, cucumber beetles, cutworms, mites, nematodes and the aptly named squash borers and squash bugs may cause problems. Powdery and downy mildews can be a problem as well. Row covers can protect
“Care: Water deeply after planting and water regularly throughout the growing season; about 1 inch pe” — Yesel Hyatt
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