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Christopher Simmonds Architect
2 Reviews
Gatineau Hills
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has to be a full-time job. An architect or a designer can help you understand your role in the project as well as the contributions of other team members. That means participating in the process from the start so that you stay fully up to speed with what is happening throughout the project. I’ve seen
Being part of the team also means becoming familiar with some of the ways your team members communicate. The vast majority of projects use two-dimensional drawings (as well as written specifications) to communicate a homeowner’s intent to
n is used to create your three-dimensional structures.This sounds simple enough, but there are many chances for misunderstandings each time a team member reads the documentation. On a recent project, the foundation contractor misread the drawings and built the formwork too narrow on part of the foundation
“Mirror” — rsnsberenguer
Louise de Miranda
My Houzz: Revamped Flea Market Finds add personality to a Dutch home
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The folding table is kept in this configuration for most of the year, but can accommodate more family members or guests. Vetter painted the dining chairs white and yellow with chalk paint. The small tray on the table is a flea market find. Deer print: Papiermier; Swedish folding table: HK Living via
The folding table is kept in this configuration for most of the year, but can accommodate more family members or guests. Vetter painted the dining chairs white and yellow with chalk paint. The small tray on the table is a flea market find. Deer print: Papiermier; Swedish folding table:
The folding table is kept in this configuration for most of the year, but can accommodate more family members or guests if needed. Vetter painted the dining chairs white and yellow with chalk paint. The small tray on the table is a flea market find. See useful tips
“table that extends and folds down” — wmsmk
Paintbox Garden
6 Reviews
Chokeberry
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Questions2
evergreens for contrast. USDA zones: 4 to 9 Water requirement: Average Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 6 to 10 feet tall Planting tips: A member of the rose family, Aronias produce a delicate white flower in June followed by a fruit display in October. The fruit persists after the leaves fall
planting evergreens for contrast. USDA zones: 4 to 9Water requirement: AverageLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 6 to 10 feet tallPlanting tips: A member of the rose family, Aronias produce a delicate white flower in June followed by a fruit display in October. The fruit persists after the leaves fall
“beautiful pink flowers” — suzannewei
Barbara Pintozzi
Lycoris squamigera
Ideabooks518
Questions0
leaves have withered and disappeared, this trumpet-shaped flower rises from dormancy to make a dramatic late-summer showing. Plant these long-lived members of the amaryllis family in borders or in woodland gardens where they can naturalize. USDA zones: 5 to 9 Sun requirement: Full sun to part shade
leaves have withered and disappeared, this trumpet-shaped flower rises from dormancy to make a dramatic late-summer showing. Plant these long-lived members of the amaryllis family in borders or in woodland gardens where they can naturalize. USDA zones: 5 to 9 Sun requirement: Full sun to part shade Height:
leaves have withered and disappeared, this trumpet-shaped flower rises from dormancy to make a dramatic late-summer showing. Plant these long-lived members of the amaryllis family in borders or in woodland gardens where they can naturalize. USDA zones: 5 to 9 Sun requirement: Full sun to part shadeHeight:
“Aug Sept bloomer” — minningers
Maureen Fiori, AKBD, Allied Member ASID, CAPS
Grand Entry Foyer
Ideabooks2,325
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Maureen Fiori, AKBD, Allied Member ASID, CAPS
What color is used for the walls? Like · Comment · 21 months ago The Shabby Nest Try Valspar's Pear. 21 months ago · Like Maureen Fiori, AKBD, Allied Member ASID, CAPS Benjamin Moore Aura Affinity Oat Straw.
“Staircase/layout” — Christina Roberson
Marlene Wangenheim AKBD, CAPS, Allied Member ASID
2 Reviews
Old world elegance meets today's today's contemporary space requirements
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Wangenheim AKBD, CAPS, Allied Member ASID
You DO understand that if a Houzz member has never seen this photo ... would have NO idea that you had "answered this question so many times", right?
“Corner shelving!” — Grace Reed
Maureen Fiori, AKBD, Allied Member ASID, CAPS
Al Fresco Dining
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Maureen Fiori, AKBD, Allied Member ASID, CAPS
“Breakfast nook outdoors” — derbherb13
valerie ribeiro, ASID Allied member
15 Reviews
Private Residence in Newport Beach
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valerie ribeiro, ASID Allied member
“Curtains” — lole894
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