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Steve Masley Consulting and Design
5 Reviews
JD Garden, Hillsborough
Ideabooks6,559
Questions2
Of course I'm concerned about ecology, I've been an organic gardener for 30 years. And as I said, I rely on client's contractors to build the beds and make them structurally sound. In my years in the business, I've learned which designs are problematic, and which designs are more durable
our the arbors and stems of the plants. Mine is built strong and not something that is stapled, taped together or clamped together. The idea is to build it right the first time and not throw it away year after year. We need sustainable solutions. For more information contact me at: rollingplanter@gmail
vegetables from the windCold winds slow down growth considerably, therefore building some kind of shelter is essential for winter crops. Trellis or lattice screening is perfect as it filters the wind, but you can also use wind cloth or build your own temporary wind screen from demolition materials. A slower
“Raised beds for tomatoes” — Annabelle Louie
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
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Mihaly Slocombe
4 Reviews
Hill House
Ideabooks3,997
Questions1
lovely mix/balance of materials: corrugated metal/lots of glass/stone-look/soem timber - we are looking at using similar combination of material for building our new home (Central Coast NSW - overlooking the bays) - will be looking into the 'stabilised rammed earth' you have used - lovely. Beautifully
the house just seems simple. not a bunch of different roof heights, just simple. not sure if i like simple because i think it will cost less to build,. :)
4. Orientate your buildingTime to make use of that compass you’ve had lying around for years. You first need to consider how your block or existing house is orientated. If you
you have a large block which fully faces north, maximise glazing on the north side. Minimise windows to the south and west. If the block allows, build a wide shallow house on an east-west axis for maximum solar gain.Step inside this house
“ANGLE” — Chris Luttrell
Pursley Dixon Architecture
1 Review
Farmhouse
Ideabooks9,382
Questions8
What is the LxWxH and is this a complex roof to build?
Hi, I am very interested in building this building as a separate garage / guest house in Ca. Can you share a floor plan? Frank FP Builders
3. Chester, South Carolina Architect Ken Pursley of Pursley-Dixon Architecture looked to historic buildings when designing a farmhouse that would fit in with the rural surroundings.
“Bunk room, multiple sinks...” — tutterson
Studio Shed
9 Reviews
Bay Area Office 10x12: Studio Shed Lifestyle
Ideabooks4,839
Questions3
Build & Price yours in our Shed Building tool:
does this require a building permit/?
Hi! Depending on your location you often may not need a building permit for a structure that is 10x12 or smaller (this is a 10x12). Many areas will require an electrical permit if you choose a finished interior
Simple, minimal design May not require a building permit if it is the size of a small shed
“For josh” — joshcromer
Modern Exterior
Ideabooks4,775
Questions5
patio from pallets. I'm an engineer for a manufacturing company with an endless supply of pallets so my wife mention it when I brought a few home to build my son a little fort so that's where this started I'm gonna post some pics soon of the space in the back and the front of my house, I need help as to
who designed and build this staircase
For our resort... Build up in a small space
Clean - simple - probably not as much $$ to build?
Nice stairs to roof. Reminds of lifeguard building.
“Front door stairs. Exterior stairs leading to front door then a few more interior stairs?” — ldurango
Cardea Building Co.
5 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks48,293
Questions31
Design & Construction: Cardea Building Co. Photo by: John D Hayes of OpenHomes Photography
Has someone from Cardea Building identified the paint color on the walls?
I also like the color on the walls and I know several people have commented on what color it is. Has anyone from Cardea Building responded to confirm which color they used? I couldn't tell
“picture” — katebarry1
Sullivan Building & Design Group
7 Reviews
River Road Cottage
Ideabooks6,679
Questions8
Sullivan Building & Design Group
Bookcase nightstand build-in
build-ins for the spare bedrooms
bed frame build in shelves
“My bedroom thoughts” — Chloe Faye
Bipède
1 Review
Jeanne-mance :: kid's house
Ideabooks1,512
Questions0
Build nooks for kids to escape to by using space user stairs
Whether you take over an existing closet or cupboard, or build something new, there is an undeniable appeal about hidden nooks for play. Yours doesn't have to be as elaborate as this one (which was built into a
Add a hidden playspace. Whether you take over an existing closet or cupboard, or build something new, there is an undeniable appeal about hidden nooks for play.
Add a hidden playspace. Whether you take over an existing closet or cupboard, or build something new, there is an undeniable appeal about hidden nooks for play. Yours doesn't have to be as elaborate as this one (which was built into a pocket of empty space beside a staircase) to be fun — any space kids
“Skylight” — mj13579
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