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Dara Rosenfeld Design
I really like the natural elements of a tropical island. Blue tiles are the water, pebble tiles are the beach and the lava stone is the mountains.. beautiful. www.zenparadise.net
d shower space. A basalt bench for shower supplies is built into the lava rock wall. Like the lava rock, this material is very hard-wearing. More home tours: Houzz Tour: A Modern Mexican Paradise Escape to the Tropics Houzz Escape: Headed to Hawaii
Leading Loudon Art Studio
Studio Artistica creates fine paintings, decorative artistry, custom mirrors and sophisticated architectural coatings for residential, hospitality and commercial environments.
DeSantana Stone Company
Limestone Outdoor Entertaining Space
custom, lecce limestone, porch takes in the mountain views of North Carolina, in a similar style to the Biltmore. Our team of design professionals is available to answer any questions you may have at about Italian limestone, natural stone cladding, carved stone home accents and more at (828) 681-5111.
apartment was its access to both an urban environment and a village-like neighborhood of tree-lined streets, single-family homes and, in the horizon, a view of the Lesser Carpathian mountains.
The color used was Sherwin Williams Copper Mountain, SW6356
Nice vacation home
Cipriano Landscape Design & Custom Swimming Pools
Great Waterfall Designs-Saddle River NJ–Swimming Pools NJ
On the mountainous backdrop of this swimming pool, the custom waterfall design and grotto provides a peaceful retreat. The artificial rock formation accurately mimics one of nature’s unique wonders by providing a natural escape behind the privacy of a large waterfall. The concrete matches natural stone
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
Carpinteria Foothills Residence
sound stupid but my wife and I would like to duplicate the center part of this house with a total of 1,500 sq. feet. it's by far our absolute dream home. Thank You
Views of mountain side and light coming through he house with high ceilings and glass walls
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
Tropical plantation architecture was the inspiration for this hilltop Montecito home. The plan objective was to showcase the owners' furnishings and collections while slowly unveiling the coastline and mountain views. A playful combination of colors and textures capture the spirit of island life and