Since when is Washington DC in the South?
Room for Color 2010: The Final Four!
|11/3/10 12:24 PM|
I love projects like this! I see a rounded white fence in the background - is that your neighbors or yours in the front yard? The white would go great with the color of your home, and it provides privacy. That type of fence won't fade over time either! I'm a fan of natural stones/pavers - I don't think they would be slick like concrete then. Not a fan of pea gravel or rock, regardless somehow they'll end up in the pool. Personally I'd do most of it in stone pavers and then use fun, colorful pots - then you can rearrange them all the time. Did I mention the pergola yet? Having a white one (to match your new fence) coming off the garage would look cute! You could put more indoor/outdoor furniture under it too for summer entertaining and bbqs! Found this blog who did a summer garden patio - you pay more up front for the furniture and lighting, but they last WAY longer than the cheap stuff!
Designing a Poolscape: Where To Start? | Apartment Therapy Boston
|5/7/10 9:45 AM|
I'm always a fan of these guys! Happy shopping!
Do Non-Hideous Flush Mount Lights Exist? Good Questions | Apartment Therapy Boston
|5/5/10 9:14 AM|
@lepetitdespote and bb99: You can find the large bulbs (G-40) and the sockets (named the Indy Pendant) at Barn Light Electric. www.barnlightelectric.com
Color and Texture Combo: Dark Leather and Glossy White | Apartment Therapy San Francisco
|2/26/10 5:06 PM|