Studio City TerraceContemporary Patio, Los Angeles

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grigzzby wrote:June 24, 2014
  • grigzzby
    your Studio City Terrace
  • Jennifer Eshelman
    what kind of palm is that in the back?
Chris Beauchamp wrote:July 20, 2016

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    mitchell_parker
    Mitchell Parker added this to 16 Ways to Get More From Your Small BackyardMay 30, 2014

    16. Get design help when you need it. It might not seem like it, but small spaces are often more difficult to design than large ones. An expert will be trained to deal with your needs and challenges. Calhoun suggests going with an architect who can best come up with the right approach for your unique space. Is there a lot of sun? Rain? Wind? “You want someone who has a whole philosophy,” he says. A landscaper who specializes in country-style gardens could come in and do the usual, and it might be lovely, he says, “but it won’t be as satisfying as something that reflects what’s going on with the building. Call an architect instead of calling the nursery.”Beyerl suggests bringing in a team of pros to get the job done. “Room making is an architect’s profession,” he says. “Then a carpenter can complete all the design finesse. And a landscape designer will understand how the plantings will work over time.”Browse great compact gardens | Find design pros near you

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    Bonnie Monte added this to This Hillside Garden Succeeds on Multiple LevelsApril 6, 2014

    At the far end of this living-dining level, a stairway leads to the garden’s upper reaches.

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    rsbs
    rsbs added this to rsbs's IdeasMay 15, 2019

    Love the idea of somehow tying in our front door (patina-ed copper) into the design of the fence or something.

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    Monica Thomas added this to terraceDecember 1, 2018

    plant in the back by the stairs

    k_rudito
    k_rudito added this to k_rudito's ideasAugust 6, 2018

    6. Get design help when you need it. It might not seem like it, but small spaces are often more difficult to design than large ones. An expert will be trained to deal with your needs and challenges.

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