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Gallery Interiors and Rockford Kitchen Design
Designed by Gallery Interiors/Rockford Kitchen Design, Rockford, MI
Hello and thank you for your question! This island top is walnut with a custom finish. It is available through Gallery Interiors and Rockford Kitchen Design.
Small eating area off kitchen; like the windows
and walls with wood floors and dark wood kitchen table
like the black bench for dining seating and the kitchen counter tops
Frederick + Frederick Architects
Quonset Hut Kitchen
Hi. I love this kitchen. What did you use for the corrugated insets? Is that tin? Do you think it would work as I backsplash with Cambria Sussex Quartz counterops? I simply love this industrial look. Please advise. Thanks
With elements that are unusual to begin with, like metallics, you can make them even more interesting by adding them in surprising places. Think about finishing your cabinetry or the perimeter
perimeter of your kitchen island in metal.
Marcel Page Photography
Oak Park Kitchen by TZS Design
Oak Park Kitchen by TZS Design
what is the counter top in this kitchen?
I took the photo. You can ask .... Tom would be happy to answer your question. Thanks
Please ask .... He can answer your questions. I am the photographer. Thanks
colors of our kitchen, black island, quartzite top, white cabinets -
Love this kitchen!!!
Over kitchen cointer
Kitchen fixture...Efficient garden...Kitchen idea...White kitchen...Kitchen cabinet...kitchen island
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
Eco-friendly garden, Kentfield, CA
replaced with decomposed granite resulting in a very low maintenance and low water garden. Rustic caldron retrofitted into a gas firepit. Photo: Eileen Kelly, Marin Landscape and Garden Designer and owner of Dig Your Garden Landscape Design located in San Anselmo, CA. ...
Massive bowl as a fire in the garden
John Montgomery Landscape Architects
love the gardens surrounding...breaks up the hardscape.
“But when your backyard is on the small side, a swimming pool can seem like an impossible dream.” — Laura Gaskill You may be thinking your yard is too small for a pool. Perhaps you can’t fit one Michael Phelps could work out
“But when your backyard is on the small side, a swimming pool can seem like an impossible dream.” — Laura GaskillYou may be thinking your yard is too small for a pool. Perhaps you can’t fit one Michael Phelps could work out in
Exteriors By Chad Robert
I love this! Most gardens "mulched" with rock seem to be in full sun. can the idea in this picture be used in shady area(under canopy of trees) and look good? If so, what appropriate plants come to mind for zone 8? Thanks!
automatic spray system. The rest of the garden has a automatic drip system separated into zones. Trees, shrubs, desert accents, citrus and pots are just a few of the zones.
Hi Micho, Did you end up deciding on what to do with your yard? Did you go with the rocks?
you need some lawn to make your landscape feel complete, use grassy areas as accents rather than as large expanses. Group other high-water plants near them, preferably close to the house and where they can get some shade in the hottest times of the year, to cut down on your overall watering.Design tip:
The Colony House
would like to put a fire pit in my garden, in the part that is bricked in. The other part of the garden has fake grass and we love it.
What did you use to divide the rocks from the grass where the tree is located? Bender board/Metal? LOVE your design.
entire area to create positive drainage underneath the synthetic turf. Consider your finished grade (the height of the ground) in these early steps to determine if further excavation of the area is necessary. You don't want your installed turf to sit higher than the surrounding area. Once you've spread the
And who will be enjoying it. Be sure to have something for everyone, including kids and pets, in your refreshed outdoor space. In this instance the homeowners have two large dogs, so Coffman included a synthetic lawn. The artificial grass even has an antimicrobial treatment for quick cleanup.Ceramic
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
I would love to incorporate your image into a presentation (Trends in Outdoor Living) I am doing for the Shade conference in Phoenix. Is there any way you could please
please send me this image (approx. 1200x800 pixels is fine) to: email@example.com? I would SO appreciate it. And I will definitely give your firm credits on the image. Thank you!
don't have to be large or dominate the space. Small ones can also create interest and lift a garden design.
Put them to bedFor a sculptural effect, use river pebbles as a form of mulch in your courtyard garden beds. Pebbles and grasses tend to look particularly good in contemporary styled alfresco areas