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Elliott Brundage Landscape Design
9 Reviews
New England Residential Project
Ideabooks3,242
Questions1
plantings that would work in VT
stone pathways with mulch plant beds
Blocks and plants
“walkway around yard” — Turner Design Build
KohlMark Architects and Builders
9 Reviews
Outdoor Space
Ideabooks1,047
Questions0
Colors of plants, slate, and balcony upstairs
Built in plants...Plant begonias...Plants everywhere
“rounded steps” — conyerka
Truth & Heart Landscaping, llc
Fall Courtyard
Ideabooks241
Questions0
front side yard plantings
abode and plant combos beautiful
Architectural plantings
the plants
“plants” — bodyusa
Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
Harbor Springs Residence
Ideabooks791
Questions1
like the size of plants compared with the path
Like the intergration of plants into the patio. very natural idea
free flow stones with plants
plants around border
lots of plants
“Tuscan dining” — johnmcdonald1976
Linc Thelen Design
2 Reviews
Bucktown Modern
Ideabooks1,127
Questions4
Gray room with yellow accents. Plant in corner.
Green plant in white base
Plant holder...indoor potted plant
“Perfect sectional” — cck9ed
Regan Baker Design
6 Reviews
Early 20th Century Residence
Ideabooks511
Questions4
Where did you get the plant in corner?
Coziness, warm color pallette, tall plant, furniture
Nice plant
“Planta de un lado y mesa de otro” — ilidelara
CTA Architects Engineers
Cohen Residence
Ideabooks432
Questions0
Plants on the roof. Help with run off?
love the planted roof
planted overhang...Yay plants!
“love this edged crushed stone with planters of grass inlaid.” — cambrose
Britannia Joinery
3 Reviews
Buildings
Ideabooks2,928
Questions4
gravel bordered by brick and mulch plantings
Woodpile, wall with no windows, plantings, bench, contrasting siding, gravel, siding texture
with a crisp black and white paint job, a gravel courtyard, and neatly trimmed hedges. Working with a small space or city lot? A few stately urns planted with fresh herbs, a bit of pea gravel, a simple wooden bench, and dwarf fruit trees in pots would be a great start.
“Look beyond the front door especially if you have a wrap around garden” — Jo Froude
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