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Mary Douglass added this to Outdoor Living3 days ago

Skinny deck with kitchen/eating area

clauri85 added this to clauri85's ideas10 September 2020

backyard water feature? Or front yard

Charles Taylor added this to Pool Area6 September 2020

Add bar stools and table at bath house

Laurel L added this to Water run off solutions30 August 2020

Gravel covers most of the backyard, with slim areas for decking and a walkway around the swimming pool (shown in the background). This makes almost all of the backyard able to absorb rainwater and complies with the city’s permeability requirements. Planted bamboo and low-water grasses add lushness to areas that aren’t covered in gravel or part of the river rock-edged water feature. Tip: For those needing a more solid ground surface than loose gravel, stabilised decomposed granite, pavers with gravel joints and porous concrete all provide stability while also draining run-off.

saniyaleblanc added this to Yard22 August 2020

A lot going on in a small space

oswhitti added this to Sala Área Deck15 August 2020

Las piedras negras, para cubrir las areas de los papyros

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