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Slater Associates Landscape Architects
Secret Garden
Ideabooks6,986
Questions5
That is indeed a cute bridge. Select materials that will hold up to sun exposure and weather. The length is short and most any exterior grade
“Fence” — MG M
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Custom kitchens
Ideabooks2,560
Questions8
your granite as close as possible with picture, every seller changes the material names thank you
Weathered cabinets
“Color of graniyr” — gcandy
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Tuscan Country House, Siena, Italy
Ideabooks1,374
Questions2
Stained and weathered beams crisscrossing on ceiling
Love the material for the roof and floor
“Tuscan look” — nurseratchet1
Redman Watson Inc.
Blue Mountain Country Chic
Ideabooks414
Questions4
this color of board and batten with black windows. Gives a feel of a weathered barn. Looks good with stained wood elements
“Black windows, siding color, and wood color deck and doors go well together” — irinafine
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
Ideabooks5,075
Questions1
Exterior materials...Green roof weathered siding square
“mazas majas nogaze” — evikag
House in Buzen
Ideabooks2,293
Questions2
the sad gray color (pretty, but lacks expression) love the skylights and material it is made of
Protect from weather
“glass roof” — palmaatto
Foley Fiore Architecture
11 Reviews
Cutchogue Waterfront Residence
Ideabooks1,195
Questions2
Exterior color of shake shingles (weathered grey look) with thick white trim.... Maybe round out the lighthouse in
marriage of materials - wall and coping
“Pergola, detached garage” — Andy Ball
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
8 Reviews
Step Stone Pathway
Ideabooks13,996
Questions7
but we thought it might give you an idea about how you can mix these materials. Good luck!
garden. You shouldn't be able to see any bare soil, particularly when the weather is hot and dry. Use a quality native hardwood shredded mulch, and avoid
“Ditch idea” — jrchptx
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