110 American Drew 204921 Home Design Photos

Envision Web
Black Banks Plantation
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architect Charles B. Cluskey, marked the beginning of St. Simons's tourism industry. The keeper of the lighthouse created a small amusement park, which drew many visitors, as did the seemingly miraculous light that traveled from the top of the lighthouse tower to the bottom. The island became a summer retreat
of human habitation on the island dates to the Late Archaic Period, about 5,000 to 3,000 years ago. Remnants of shell rings left behind by Native Americans from this era survive on many of the barrier islands, including St. Simons. Centuries later, during the period known by historians as the chiefdom
1568, the Spanish attempted to create missions along the Georgia coast. Catholic missions were the primary means by which Georgia's indigenous Native American chiefdoms were assimilated into the Spanish colonial system along the northern frontier of greater Spanish Florida. In the 1600s St. Simons became
“Similar to what we want to do by opening the office and entry. Paint doors and trim in white.” — sturpin54
Envision Web
Black Banks Plantation
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architect Charles B. Cluskey, marked the beginning of St. Simons's tourism industry. The keeper of the lighthouse created a small amusement park, which drew many visitors, as did the seemingly miraculous light that traveled from the top of the lighthouse tower to the bottom. The island became a summer retreat
of human habitation on the island dates to the Late Archaic Period, about 5,000 to 3,000 years ago. Remnants of shell rings left behind by Native Americans from this era survive on many of the barrier islands, including St. Simons. Centuries later, during the period known by historians as the chiefdom
1568, the Spanish attempted to create missions along the Georgia coast. Catholic missions were the primary means by which Georgia's indigenous Native American chiefdoms were assimilated into the Spanish colonial system along the northern frontier of greater Spanish Florida. In the 1600s St. Simons became
“Fancy bed & curtains” — Christine Svec
Envision Web
Black Banks Plantation
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architect Charles B. Cluskey, marked the beginning of St. Simons's tourism industry. The keeper of the lighthouse created a small amusement park, which drew many visitors, as did the seemingly miraculous light that traveled from the top of the lighthouse tower to the bottom. The island became a summer retreat
of human habitation on the island dates to the Late Archaic Period, about 5,000 to 3,000 years ago. Remnants of shell rings left behind by Native Americans from this era survive on many of the barrier islands, including St. Simons. Centuries later, during the period known by historians as the chiefdom
1568, the Spanish attempted to create missions along the Georgia coast. Catholic missions were the primary means by which Georgia's indigenous Native American chiefdoms were assimilated into the Spanish colonial system along the northern frontier of greater Spanish Florida. In the 1600s St. Simons became
“runner rug, length” — Jennifer Conway
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
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AMS Landscape Design Studios
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Photo by: Drew Sivgals AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
recirulation basin and then through the pool equipment (filters etc.). So overall it is there for saftey and then decoration. Hope this helps! Drew Sivgals AMS Landscape Design Studios, inc.
but it's like a washable filter. It just requires periodic maintanence. By the way, did you know that french drains aren't even french? They are American...From New England to be exact.
“rocks” — victoriabalz
Capital Building
3 Reviews
SOUTH COOGEE - House
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made out of MDF with a box at the base that is big enough to support the bed yet small enough not to be seen and a MDF platform as the base on top. We drew up what we wanted and our team of carpenters made it for us. It would be very simple to replicate it!
Thanks Pippa! The fireplace and bedside cabinets are simply made of MDF and painted! I drew up my design and I had our team build it for me. The easiest thing to do is to get a carpenter to make it up for you. It is not expensive, it is the
It is American brand, Benjamin Moore. Thanks for the confirmation. Your team build a super nice house!
“Flooring on wall” — ergords
Sustainable Nine Design + Build
53rd & Drew Ave - Minneapolis Fulton Neighborhood
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53rd & Drew Ave - Minneapolis Fulton Neighborhood
Roseau, MN. So excited to see how it looks in our Master Bath. It comes in 4 colors I believe PLUS the deco strip. Type:Tile & Stone Manufacturer:American Florim Collection:Stratos Series:Stratos 12 x 24 Semi - Polished SKU No.:1095263
Roseau, MN. So excited to see how it looks in our Master Bath. It comes in 4 colors I believe PLUS the deco strip. Type:Tile & Stone Manufacturer:American Florim Collection:Stratos Series:Stratos 12 x 24 Semi - Polished SKU No.:1095263
“Floor tile placement” — wellsdesigned
celia maria
celia lima
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xl twin for drew?
“Zhaojia” — Tiffany Zhu
David Coleman / Architecture
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Meditation Pavilion
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"The Native American Medicine Wheel" offers simple techniques for creating sacred space in your home with applying ancient principles of your nature element along with
energy alignment and other elements of sacred space to lend balance & harmony with nature. Journey the Medicine Wheel: http://www.amazon.com/NATIVE-AMERICAN-MEDICINE-WHEEL-BOOK-ebook/dp/B003XVYG1W/ref=la_B006RGAIBM_1_5?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1399914833&sr=1-5 Follow Lifespace on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest
This is awesome and another design I drew often when I was younger for a meditation place. Wow, great minds.
“Studio” — bobrfidget
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