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Balfoort Architecture, Inc.
5 Reviews
Balfoort Architecture, Inc.
Ideabooks8,616
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HOW CAN THE HOT AND THE COLD WATER BE SEPERATED IN THIS WAY?
Below the steps there is a diving wall between the spa and pool. Water just barely flows thru. To reduce the time it takes to heat the spa in the winter, we let the water level fall low so that no water "escapes" to the pool.
The stepping stones across the water....
“pool” — resq39
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Land Design Tx
Ideabooks3,675
Questions2
What color is the bottom? The water color is beautiful!
Very nice. Again I love the color the water is in this one. Love the shape.
Love! Built into hill. Color of water. Beautiful
Water color...Water color!...dark water
“dark pool” — kenmahon
Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction
5 Reviews
Master Bedroom
Ideabooks3,688
Questions4
preferable in the winter.Water: Keep the soil continuously moist year around, though bird of paradise is also known to be drought resistant, so don't worry too much if the soil gets dry between waterings; just don't overdo it. If your house temperatures drop in the winter, water less frequently.Soil: Plant
blooms.General care: Dust the leaves regularly. High humidity is preferred, though not mandatory. Mist the plant with water or place it on a bed of rocks sitting in water. The water in the tray will evaporate, providing humidity for the plant. Additionally, bird of paradise likes to be pot bound; it
be taller to fill the vertical space and to bring the eye up instead of down. Here I find myself looking at the legs of the bench instead of at the garden beyond, and wondering whether the ceiling is actually low or whether it just looks that way. Isn't it interesting how one item whose proportions aren't
“Glass” — paigeliana
Lendrum Photography LLC
MapleLawn Farm
Ideabooks1,289
Questions1
Quench your thirst with ice-cold water on the porch. Preferably enhanced with a few slices of lemon or cool garden cucumber, or a handful of mint leaves — but on a really hot day, a tall glass of ice water is the simplest pleasure of all. Give back. If all of this talk of water has you inspired, why not channel
that helps provide drinking water to people where clean water is not available? Even giving a small amount can make an impact in someone’s life.Tell us: What’s your favorite way to cool down on a hot day?Do you live in a dry area? How to make the best use of your precious water
“Techo terraza” — machadojaime
Elad Gonen
1 Review
exterior
Ideabooks5,474
Questions4
You can enjoy this garden at night.
exterior feature wall at entrance
Modern stonework and garden.
Love the feature wall
Garden lighting...brick feature wall...Feature wall
“Brick color for interior with dark wood or tyles to floor?” — rickcurzon
Gregory Davis & Associates
9 Reviews
Beverly Hills Estate
Ideabooks264
Questions0
Roundabout feature we like for possibly our long back walk
no grass! nice structure, great gardens!
Outdoor garden ideas
nice garden...love the garden...garden ideas...garden bench
“Stones between flags but straight flags” — Alison Thompson
ras-a, inc.
7 Reviews
meditation garden
Ideabooks819
Questions2
Lovely rock feature in gravel area
Idea for the garden- might not work with Sushi
Roof garden idea...Great small garden...Garden st...meditation garden...meditation garden...container garden
“fence” — char831
GRADY-O-GRADY Construction & Development, Inc.
7 Reviews
A Progressive Mission Style Estate in San Juan
Ideabooks474
Questions1
garden arbor
Entrance feature...Flower garden...grandma's garden...Herb garden I think
“Trelis” — keilly
Ideas for landscaping where none exists now :)
Bought a 70s era house that has been somewhat externally updated. The sellers cleared the landscaping to get a decluttered look. Now I have no clue what...
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