Going to get professionals in. I have a black thumb and will need the pros to put in some nice easy care plants and to deal with the sloping block. We'll look at stepping it down and work with the slope. I do want to put some fruit trees in and a spot for some raised veggie gardens. But I know I will probably kill more than I can grow, but it's fun when it works. I had a bumper crop of corn and peas one year, and pumpkins out the wazoo. But can't for the life of me grow tomatoes or onions. I mostly know nothing and hope for the best, haha.
We went down this path for a fire pit, as we didn't want anything too big in the backyard. It also serves as a table during summerWe'd like to build in a fire pit, and I want to keep a space aside for a chook pen
That's awesome - I'm going to file that away for the future when we get to it. I did have an idea in mind which was a square bucket thing, but each side was laser cut with an image that would show up with the flames inside the bucket. I really like the idea of a table that has a lid and can be functional in summer though.We went down this path for a fire pit, as we didn't want anything too big in the backyard. It also serves as a table during summer
I don't believe so, but that would be handy. Maybe we can photoshop the sample in the photo and copy/paste it all over the floor to sort of replicate the same effect...Does the supplier have an application where you can photograph the room in various lights and it puts the floor covering in?
Yep, it's a double. It is huge. The ensuite was MrD's addition to the plans. We saw this layout in a different display home so he wanted to add it to ours. You can walk in to the shower from either side of the vanity.Is that a big double shower? Looks huge. The whole place is looking wonderful - not too long now.