Renowned for its understated elegance and splendid simplicity, this majestic all-brick John Russell Pope manor sits welcoming on over an acre of manicured grounds right in the heart of Princeton's fabled western section.
Looking for a unique and powerful accent to your garden? Try some wood stairs: These thick slices of tree trunks lead up through a stone wall, providing a functional pathway with natural beauty. See the whole Diablo Teahouse Garden at Living Green.
Make a simple garden path from recycled pavers or cobblestones set on a sand bed. Learn all the details of path building, from breaking cobblestones to easy, fast leveling using plastic landscape edging. By the DIY experts of The
stacy bass garden I absolutely love this scene. It is like a giant crystal ball surrounded by a peaceful, beautiful garden space. I need some giant crystal balls for my future garden. I'd just make sure to place them somewhere shady/mostly shady, so th
If one big wall won't do, several low walls with level terraces between may be the right solution. Consider paving a level to create a patio and a comfy seating area. An inviting midslope patio is a great place to sit and survey the rest of your garden.