Categories : Green areas

You Can (and Should) Feng Shui Your Garden With CTC Help make your garden a calming and relaxing place that can aide your wellbeing and spiritual calm. Feng shui is defined as “a system of laws considered to govern spatial arrangement and orientation in relation to the flow of energy (chi), an

CTC presents Beautiful Swimming Pools We’d Love to Take a Dip In Matching Exterior The watery turquoise of the guesthouse echoes a Florida cottage’s backyard pool Landscaped Hedges Talk about an incredible view. From their bedroom balcony, the homeowners of a Spanish Colonial Revival loo

Inside a Romantic Southern Home With the Dreamiest Courtyard Just wait until you see the porch swing Bathroom Framed fragments of Gracie’s Georgian Tea Trade wallpaper have the impact of landscape paintings in the powder room. The vanity is a converted antique console. Porch Swing For the upst

New Ways to Decorate Your Porch This Summer GO BOLD If you don’t have the nerve to use a favorite pattern indoors, bring it outside instead. A Florida home’s porch features chairs in an eye-catching botanical — “a wonderful old pattern that Elsie de Wolfe used in the 1940s,”

Any garden can look stately, even if it’s small. When I say ‘stately,’ I don’t mean to conjure upimages of Versailles — not to mention the amount of labor it takes to maintain that degree of control over nature! But a garden with a plan — one that is sensitive to the site, co

MIX ‘N MATCH HERBS Eye-catching as well as edible, herbs bunched together on a table transforms a small patch of porch into hardworking acreage. Burgundy coleus in a timeworn metal tub provides a colorful counterpoint. FILL A BIRDBATH Hardy succulents, which stow water in their stems and leave

Sustainable architecture : is architecture that seeks to minimize the negative environmental impact of buildings by efficiency and moderation in the use of materials, energy, and development space. Sustainable architecture uses a conscious approach to energy and ecological conservation in the design

Frank Lloyd Wright Frank Lloyd Wright (born Frank Lincoln Wright, June 8, 1867 – April 9, 1959) was an American architect, interior designer, writer, and educator, who designed more than 1,000 structures, 532 of which were completed. Wright believed in designing structures that were in harmony with

5 Different Types of Roofing Materials for Homes What probably started as the use of banana leaves and hay stacks to provide cover from the sun and rain, roofing has become one of the most important features of a house or a building. The roofing style depends on several factors such as architecture,

Think Green  green is color of nature that helps you to relax and be able to think and create.so we will see how to put the Green touch in your life . Sea Green and Chocolate Brown In this room we find all the colors of nature the light green of tree leaves and the brown of the tree trunk with the n