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Claudia Leccacorvi
3 Reviews
Fairmont Pacific Rim
Ideabooks8,899
Questions4
Indoor hot tub
love the hot tub
“Love the tub” — Angie Williams
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Crisp Architects
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Does the bluestone get very hot? We are putting in a pool at our new home and want bluestone around the pool,but it was not recommended because it holds heat and gets too hot.
“exterior” — vert12
D G Liu Design and Home Remodeling - Dale Kramer
5 Reviews
Rubin - Screened Porch and Sun Deck
Ideabooks8,412
Questions7
size about right but would add a hot tub away from entrance.
add hot tub ??
“deckboards/railing.” — dskk
Cording Landscape Design
14 Reviews
Privacy & Screening
Ideabooks447
Questions1
Emerald Green Arborvitae are hardy in zones 2-8. 8b and 9 might be too hot for them. You might want to try planting one and see how it does over the course of a few seasons. You can also ask at your local garden center.
Hot Tub
“Tree line” — lesliekaren
Norman Building & Design
1 Review
Broken Top Home
Ideabooks629
Questions0
beautiful water feature that draws you towards the home's main entry. On the right is a deck accessed through double sliding doors and allows access to the hot tub.
outside hot tub to rock brook thing
“Bridge” — Willow Ridge Landscape
Michelle Hinckley
Kid's Room.
Ideabooks4,766
Questions4
For a simple DIY, wrap your board in burlap or a vintage potato sack, like the example shown here, to give it some personality. Use a staple gun or a hot-glue gun to attach the material to the board. For a more finished look, add upholstery pins or decorative thumbtacks to the front along the edges.
For a simple DIY, wrap your board in hessian or a vintage potato sack, like the example shown here, to give it some personality. Use a staple gun or a hot-glue gun to attach the material to the board. For a more finished look, add upholstery pins or decorative thumbtacks to the front around the edges.
“Burlap board” — tzahnmartin
Brian Patterson Designs, Inc.
18 Reviews
Atomic Ranch Renovation
Ideabooks1,365
Questions3
Wildcard: hot pink and navy. If you like bold colors, push the envelope a bit by pairing red walls with hot pink and navy blue furniture. Like the opulent hues of an Indian sari, red, pink and navy make a vivacious combination.
“Love the blue couch” — fulu_m
Gatling Design
4 Reviews
Cozy Cottage
Ideabooks3,781
Questions5
differently, but here is what I did here - The valleys were hot mopped up 3 feet on each side; then we built a cricket that sloped from +12" at the front of the valley to 0" at the back; then covered all with a cap sheet up 2 feet on each side; hot sealed all the joints; then shingled over that. Even though
“patio example” — tmurrell1
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