Richards Drive 1Traditional Granny Flat or Shed, New Orleans

This a later shot of the "little house" -- a wonderful guest quarters with a bath. This space has served as an temporary workspace/studio for an artist displaced from New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina, a virtually sound-proof music studio and a Mancave. Photo by Chad Chenier

Photo of a traditional detached granny flat in New Orleans. —  Houzz
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Carol Bucknell Garden Design added this to Wonder Wall: The Climbing Plants That Can Improve Your Garden18 May 2017

Make a patternMany climbers can be trained to grow around wires or other supports in patterns, creating a stunning focal point on a bare wall in the garden. Here, star jasmine has been trained to grow in a diamond pattern on the wall of this Melbourne house.

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Emily Skerman added this to Garden Design11 October 2020

wires holding vines off walls whilst keeping away from windows!

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Ways to disguise large broad areas

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