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TILTON FENWICK
Living Room
Ideabooks1,068
Questions7
deer sculptures, geodes, stones, rustic wood mirrors and art depicting wildlife and nature scenes.
“The mirror.” — tabeezee
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My Houzz: Niagara Vineyard Renovation
Ideabooks1,756
Questions4
that view or watching the sunsets, hearing the birds and spying on local wildlife," Woolgar says. "We know how fortunate we are to be here — and there’s
“Eames chair” — mcleanstu
Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design
6 Reviews
Central Park West
Ideabooks12,100
Questions1
mixture of species. Ruralist planting, even on this scale, can provide wildlife with benefits — through the variety of plants used as well as by the garden's
“I like the plants in the planter” — 210lakeview
Island Waterscape & Design Ltd
1 Review
Streams
Ideabooks21,003
Questions6
love messing about by water, and ponds attract a host of child-pleasing wildlife into the garden, too, from frogs and toads to dragonflies. If you have
“stream bed look” — The Plant Company
Sally Wheat Interiors
Tangley @
Ideabooks2,209
Questions7
your entire floor in animal prints, but don’t close your mind off to using wildlife-inspired patterned carpet or area rugs in a small section of your home
“carpeting” — chrissymojo
Land Architects, Inc.
1 Review
Formal Graden Path with Arborvitae and Boxwood
Ideabooks16,599
Questions9
twisted roots.If you're after an evergreen with glossy leaves and bright red wildlife-attracting berries, look no further than the hollies. Yaupon holly (Ilex
“Hedge” — kattia920
Lynn Gaffney Architect, PLLC
7 Reviews
TANK 2012 Client photographs
Ideabooks27,366
Questions10
7. Create a natural home for your garden's wildlife. Slow-growing hedges, especially native varieties, will give even the smallest garden the benefits
“Overhead trellis” — cathyfricker
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks14,311
Questions17
an opportunity – not to go up but to blend in more with the surrounding wildlife reserve. The new green roof was planted with local moss and fern species
“the porch and warm look - only 540 sq. ft.” — silverspace666
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