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Design ideas for a farmhouse backyard stone landscaping in St Louis.

Modern Cottage ResidenceFarmhouse Landscape, St Louis

Design ideas for a farmhouse backyard stone landscaping in St Louis. —  Houzz
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laurendunec
Lauren Dunec Design added this to Help Your Garden Hit the Mark With These 12 Focal PointsJan 23, 2017

7. Window frame. Use recycled objects and simple structures as focal points at the ends of pathways or patios. Here, a wooden window frame and a clipped shrub encourage your eye to linger on an area of the garden that would be easy to overlook. The screen also serves a practical purpose — marking a subtle grade change in the landscape to keep a visitor from walking over the edge of the patio.

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Frank Organ added this to Get the Mystery of a Gothic Garden for YourselfJul 2, 2013

With climbers twining through, this wooden frame serves the same purpose as stonework. Though simple in design, it has the Gothic attributes of height and space while also providing a framework for climbing plants. If you consider yourself handy, it would be quite easy to construct this frame with a hardwood that would weather to a nice warm gray.

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Samford University Student added this to sustainable livingyesterday

love how this recycled window pane now serves as a place for plants to grow

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Rachel Medina added this to Back Yard3 days ago

Reclaimed elements with greenery

chestil
Irene added this to Garden & Landscape3 days ago

Window frame. Use recycled objects and simple structures as focal points at the ends of pathways or patios. Here, a wooden window frame and a clipped shrub encourage your eye to linger on an area of the garden that would be easy to overlook. The screen also serves a practical purpose — marking a subtle grade change in the landscape to keep a visitor from walking over the edge of the patio.

deannahurt73
deannahurt73 added this to GardenMay 8, 2019

Great for photos 7. Window frame. Use recycled objects and simple structures as focal points at the ends of pathways or patios. Here, a wooden window frame and a clipped shrub encourage your eye to linger on an area of the garden that would be easy to overlook. The screen also serves a practical purpose — marking a subtle grade change in the landscape to keep a visitor from walking over the edge of the patio.

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Sabrina C added this to Patio/outdoorMay 5, 2019

Like the idea of organic elements.

lawmomster
lawmomster added this to Portland PatioApr 10, 2019

I like the idea of a trellis or some structure made of reclaimed wood for plants to climb on to disguise fence

casatropical
casatropical added this to kim's gardenMar 20, 2019

kim this would look cool on your fire pit patio

roybalp2002
roybalp2002 added this to Front yard landscapeMar 17, 2019

A window frame? A Door? A Cabinet?

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