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414 Results for "Fence"

Inviting and Lush Traditional Garden, Traditional Garden with raised flower beds created with dry-stacked stone.  Painted white wooden picket fence defines the front space that's planted with roses and evergreens.  Green maple trees and red bogenvillia frame the front door.

House is located in the San Francisco, Bay Area.  Thank you all for your kind and generous comments!!!, Yards Design
Dover Back Yard, We've been working on our St. Louis back yard for years - collecting unwanted bricks and stone from neighbors and friends and constantly adding separate "rooms".  We prefer staying home with our dogs and enjoying our back yard to going almost anywhere else, Yards Design
My complete (probably not) back yard, My husband has declared that he is finished with projects in the backyard but he can't sit around and do nothing so I'm sure there will be more to follow. , Yards Design
Stop by for a dip in the pool..., Thanks for stopping by...
We moved here two years ago from Oregon, in the middle of July, so a pool was a must for living in the desert year round...
I am still trying to get used to the concrete block fence (everybody has them). I would love to have stucco added to match the house finish.
We do spend a lot of time relaxing out here all year long. The walls and the sound from the waterfall make it very private, even though we are close to neighbors. 
The coffee table on the patio becomes a firepit in the winter and we also have a couple of gel fuel fire bowls on the tables next to the chairs as well as a patio heater (it actually does get chilly in Dec., Jan., Feb.)
The  grass is synthetic and we LOVE watering and all we do is blow it off every now and then.
We have a total of 11 jasmine vines planted along the fence and in the spring, the scent is intoxicating!, Yards Design
Relaxing retreat, We recently added this deck so we could put our fire pit up here., Yards Design
Total backyard makeover, This yard was an empty lot and with it we designed paradise. Starting with the covered patio we added a BBQ and grill area and finished it with acid wash to make over the covered conversation area. We also added addition deck space and a pool.  We created a tropical feel by landscaping behind the pool with palms and tropical plants. We finished the rest of the yard with bermuda grass and a cedar fence for privacy. Dallas/Ft.Worth, Yards Design

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