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Lucy Call
My Houzz: Jordan
“I suppose my style would be a mix of contemporary, vintage and elemental — steel, wood, stone — materials,” he says. “Even though I am a wildly erratic person, I hate clutter and like clean, well-organized spaces that prioritize multiuse functionality. My philosophy on decorating is that if
fascinates me,” says Menzel. “I suppose my style would be a mix of contemporary, vintage, and elemental (steel, wood, stone) materials. Even though I am a wildly erratic person, I hate clutter and like clean, well organized spaces that prioritize multi-use functionality. My philosophy on decorating is that if
doing the remodel, I was also in the middle of some large life changes, and finishing the Airstream was so much more than just a project. It was a symbolic gesture to myself that I still had the capacity to take on a wild idea and bring it to life. Falling asleep in this hilariously odd creation sort of
“reclaimed wood. burn it a bit with torch to gig fit an aged or darker look” — nicholewilson
Seattle's Premiere Furniture Company
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Johnson Berman
Hunting Lodge - Oxford, Maryland
I have 3 great danes . Great Danes were bred to hunt Wild Boar. I LOVE this entry.....less the Wild Boar Head. Are there any substitutions? It would scare my dogs and I'm really not all about hunting
wild boar head in jon's office!
wild boar head...stuffed wild boar...Wild boar
“carpet colors” — stephanieleev
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Michigan farmhouse
Over the septic tank. No mowing just wild flowers
wild flowers...Wilde flowers
“pretty side yard” — Melanie Cherry Lipps
Diamond Hill Estate
Wild and not manicured retreat setting
Donald Pell - Gardens added this to From the Wild, Home: Elements of a Landscape of Experience Each plant in this simple palette makes an impact in a subtle, naturalized way. Bold romantic drifts of
Wild grasses
“breeziness of it” — homedelight
Contemporary Landscape
regularly (say 4 times a year) cut back things to keep them separated and less wild looking
nice mix of planting/grass. not too wild looking.
Flowers in the wild...
Wild flowers...The wild flowers...nice wild garden
“Give up the lawn altogether?” — johnnycomehome
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Drifts of naturalistic plantings
wonderful, wild unmanicured look much more natural!
Like how lush and wild this looks
A self-sustaining meadow is the ultimate natural and low-maintenance garden. Before going crazy with wild grasses and flowers, plant a thick ground cover. This tends to work particularly well in weedy areas, since it prevents weed growth. But be sure to start the ground cover in weed-free soil first
natural gardens in rural areas, plant groupings or drifts can be larger to echo those in the surrounding landscape. If possible, choose plants that grow wild in the region to blur the boundaries between your garden and the wider landscape.
“Grasses” — kempalthea
Gardens by Gabriel
7 Reviews
Gardens by Gabriel Landscapes
wild flowers just popping up where they want rather than conforming to definition
looks like wild flowers
The wild meadow look
wildness and walking space
Path and wild flowers
Citrus, wild garden
“path to the back yard with veggies and herbs lining the path” — nonnajojo
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
Wild walkway
Wild garden walkway front
Ca wild flowers
“Tall grasses” — paxtonronna
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