BEST Use of Fake GRASS yet: A masonry wall blanketed in faux boxwood by American Foliage Design Group offsets outdoor furniture by Richard Schultz and limestone paving on the crisply modern third-floor terrace.
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DIY HERB GARDEN :: Brilliant little terraced setup. Simple yet visually appealing. She kept the herbs in the original plastic pots, but put them in the galvanized cache pots for the lovely aesthetic. On the left appears to be an olive tree.
There’s nothing more soothing than relaxing with the sounds and smells of nature. If you live in a home with a concrete backyard, and you’ve been wishing you had a garden instead where you can unwind, here’s an innovative solution for you! This daybed pr
Cardamom Rose Cocktail oz of Hendrick’s gin ( rose & cucumber infused) oz of Rose syrup (make with rose water and simple syrup or buy locally) oz of Fresh lemon juice/ oz of Fresh grapefruit juice (ruby red) 2 dashes of Peychauds bitters , 1 Cardamom Pod