MiddleburyTraditional Landscape, San Francisco

Fireplace Stone Veneer concept, fabrication and installation by Carol Braham, Artistic Creations www.ArtisticCreations.us

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Francis Calero wrote:Jan 21, 2013
  • Jenny Lew
    check out www.spidertie.com its great for setting up concrete walls
  • Scott McIntire
    Nothing holding these stone except gravity and a lot of patience by the craftsman
mkegmac wrote:Jul 5, 2014
  • Proinnsias Byrne
    I love the wall, I live in Belfast and I would like to purchase some can you help
  • Jeff Bridges

    The wall looks great! It looks like it was constructed really well. I love the layout of the landscape in this yard. The only thing I would have a problem with is it doesn't look like there is too much open yard. I like to have a little room to move around.


afishk7 wrote:Jun 20, 2014
Brent Cosner wrote:May 31, 2014
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    Sally Stoik Landscape Architect
    Brent, the turf is artificial. I don't have the spec information to offer.
  • PRO
    At EasyTurf, we've come a long way from the old synthetic grasses - you'd be hard pressed to tell the difference between our grass and the real thing. Check us out at www.easyturf.com, and let me know if you have any questions. I'd be happy to help.
rochelle15 wrote:Aug 26, 2013
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    Sally Stoik Landscape Architect
    Thank you Rochelle. The grass is Carex testacea.
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    Douglas Nance
    Wood furniture always looks so good with stone. Nice choice. It could be Douglas Nance Cayman.
Lorena wrote:Sep 20, 2015
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    Sally Stoik Landscape Architect

    The turf is artificial. The evergreen groundcover along the wall is Arctostaphylos uva-ursi 'Wood's Compact'

Cap wrote:May 29, 2013
  • Susan D.
    A everyday water saver toilet that works well is a American Standard Cadet III
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      Sue Utesch wrote:Dec 24, 2013

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Billy Goodnick Garden Design added this to How to Pick a Nice Wall for Your Garden RoomFeb 27, 2013

        Halt a hillside. Sloping properties come with the challenge of reclaiming enough usable flat space to make outdoor living practical. Since retaining walls tend to be highly visible, and often massive, take care to select materials that harmonize with the other built elements.Natural fieldstone or river rock walls are a logical complement to a patio fashioned from irregular flagstone slabs. Taller retaining walls that require building permits and an engineer’s stamp are frequently built of concrete block, not the sexiest material to border your dining terrace, but their utilitarian appearance can be glammed up with a veneer of stone, brick or tile, or by coating it with colored or textured stucco or plaster.

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