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Their daughters, Annapurna, left, and Siddartha, play with their dog, Anouck, beneath the kangaroo paws in the entry...
Behind the resin screen is the property’s centerpiece: an entry garden that Trainor recast as an outdoor living room.
A gravel path leads to a guesthouse, where Trainor supplemented an existing garden of yuccas and palm trees with...
An ipe fence and a neon-yellow resin screen fashioned from recycled acrylic panels draw visitors toward the entrance to...
In the back, ferns and other shade-friendly plants thrive beneath the home’s deep overhangs.
Landscape designer Bernard Trainor’s creative use of poured-in-place concrete pavers—such as off the living room, where...
Usha and Mike Kreaden had a virtually blank slate when it came to the garden outside the 1958 Joseph Eichler house that...
“The lone valley oak in some ways defined the shape of the house,” says landscape architect Bernard Trainor.
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