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Results found for "pine tree"

  • Christmas at home 2008, Living Room corner, Living Rooms Design

    Christmas at home 200...

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  • My First House - HELP!, This is my first house. So far all I've done was pull out the dated Holly bushes that used to occupy the left side of the house. I need some help with some ideas for this blank canvas! I'm in East Texas which is a zone 8 I think? , Yards Design

    My First House - HE...

    3 photos, 953 Views, Flag

  • the yard project, I was hoping for the look of a pier and the creek up front with the blue rocks. Hope to add more someday! oh and thank you for all your lovely comments on the brandy33 space. , Home Exterior Design

    the yard project

    15 photos, 818 Views, Flag

  • Sunset...just because, The California sunsets because of the smoke and fires are very dramatic and striking.  It's a shame that tragedy has to be associated with the beauty.  Well here is a plain old Ohio sunset photo taken from my driveway., Yards Design

    Sunset...just because

    1 photo, 145 Views, Flag

  • Beaver Canyon, These are pictures of my garden in the community of El Cerrito in San Diego., Gardens Design

    Beaver Canyon

    15 photos, 2,201 Views, Flag

  • Pine tree help!, So we are painting our trim on the house and have decided we are moving things around.  we are extending our bed on the left side to go around the tree and back to the fence.  Our problem is what to grow under the pine tree since grass wont grow because of the acidious nature of pine trees.  I have read that azaleas do quite well but i dont want a HUGE plant under the tree does anyone have any ideas?  We face south so it will have mostly all day sun/shade because of the tree as well and we live in colorado so our soil is somewhat hard. ANY IDEAS are more than we have!, Gardens Design

    Pine tree help!

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  • veggie garden with flair, pumpkins, squash, watermellon, cantalope, beans, tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, lemon cucumbers, corn, sunflowers, strawberries, lime, herbs, blueberries & lots of flowers!, Gardens Design

    veggie garden with fla...

    30 photos, 1,874 Views, Flag

  • Sharing some of my morning views., I love flowers, color, light, and to wake up to nice views from each one of our windows... I have been working on our garden trying to create areas that make me relax and smile when I see them, I am still learning, and yes, it is a lot of work, but I am enjoying it, even with the ant bites :( well, like my husband says, it is part of the fun :), Gardens Design

    Sharing some of my mo...

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  • Our Cub's Great Outdoors Room, When we found out we were having a boy, my husband wanted the room theme to be the great outdoors- woodsy, moose, grizzly bears, etc. I tried to make the decor transitional so that we won't have to redecorate for many years. A lot of the decor was DIY, thanks to Hobby Lobby! I also got a lot of the decor on sale price - this is truly a budget design. Our son seems to love his room!

ETA: We rent this house and therefore did not paint this room., Nurseries Design

    Our Cub's Great Outdo...

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  • Pine Tree Express, Nothing but pine furninture, cottage like bedding and absolutely no organization strategy., Bedrooms Design

    Pine Tree Express

    5 photos, 24 Views, Flag

  • Japanese Garden Mural Spa Space, This outdoor meditation space is in a Japanese Garden setting.  The owner wanted to feel like he was inside a spa and a space he could meditate in.  We used several elements in their large yard to design the murals.  Even an orange dragonfly in the koi pond was included in the mural.  It is empty so kids can play in it and a massage table can be set up for relaxation!, Yards Design

    Japanese Garden Mura...

    8 photos, 2,011 Views, Flag

  • Mountain Retreat , A vacation home in the mountains. Backyard work in progress still. Thank you to all those who gave some helpful comments.  Really appreciate them all.  , Other Spaces Design

    Mountain Retreat

    43 photos, 480 Views, Flag

  • Stumpy Mess, This is the leftover ugly mess we have after taking to some very big and tall pine trees that were falling faster than we could clean them up. In order to save our house we had them cut down and now we are left with this hideous space., Yards Design

    Stumpy Mess

    4 photos, 126 Views, Flag

  • Beary unique Kitchen, Rustic open concept kitchen and dinning space. Unique accents and spectacular views., Kitchens Design

    Beary unique Kitchen

    9 photos, 248 Views, Flag

  • Christmas Arrangements , Holiday Pictures Areas, Holidays Design

    Christmas Arrangemen...

    17 photos, 585 Views, Flag

  • My I don't know what's going on here backyard, I live in a beautiful home right in the middle of a golf course in sunny North Carolina, and can't sit outside because I don't like my backyard., Yards Design

    My I don't know what...

    5 photos, 181 Views, Flag

  • The Sandlot, We have a large yard, and no real idea where to go with it. When we bought the house, it came with an enormous cement slab, a dead pine tree, an apple tree that produces fruit that is inedible, an oak shrub, and a great deal of sandy soil and weeds. We trim the weeds back to keep our allergies at bay, but they seem to come right back. On top of that, we installed a sliding glass door during a kitchen redo, and now we can't use it because we have no steps or deck., Yards Design

    The Sandlot

    7 photos, 76 Views, Flag

  • Ditch out the old, An elderly man owned the house and had not done yard work for years. There was a (usually) dry gully along side the house and yard which was filled with trees and invasive buckthorn which prevented everything but creeping charlie growing.  I brought in 100,000 pounds of: fill, black dirt, base, retaining blocks, patio blocks and boulders- one pickup truckload at a time.  I put in a catch basin and 80' of drain tube to raise the ground level above the stream bed which increased the useable yard area and left room to build a garden shed. This is only a small section of the yard, Yards Design

    Ditch out the old

    13 photos, 892 Views, Flag

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