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Cedar Lake International StylePeterssen/Keller Architecture
UF5/33NW by Noguchi adds an organic twist to spaces from midcentury modern to transitional
noguchi lamp model UF5/33NW height
model UF5/33NW Isamo Noguchi
Model UF5/33NW floor lamp
UF5/33NW, which adds an organic twist to spaces from midcentury modern to transitional.
ExteriorGiulietti Schouten Architects
Match #11NW0590 actual formula: Acri-lite Velvet 7078 Exterior Finish B-9x C-36 i-1x12 Per Gallon
Match #11NW0590 actual formula: Acri-lite Velvet 7078 Exterior Finish B-9x C-36 i-1x12 Per Gallon
Miller Paint Formula Match #11NW0590 actual formula Acri-Lite Velvet 7078 Exterior
Match #11NW0590 actual formula: Acri-lite Velvet 7078 Exterior Finish B-9x C-36 i-1x12 Per Gallon
NW Craftsman Daylight Rambler
Mastercraft NW
Wood and Stone StepsRoss NW Watergardens
how Ross NW Watergardens conquers steep slopes. Wood steps with boulders and gravel. Steps and stone retaining Check out our design philosophy at http://www.rossnwwatergardens.com/portland-landscaping-blog/
Ross NW Watergardens
Knowles Residence - ExteriorCoates Design Architects Seattle
love the NW style you use in your design. I am in the process of getting my funding together for a remodel of a 30x28 bungalow in Ballard. We plan on adding either a 16x30 addition off the back or just go up a floor. I want to transform the look of our boring house into something like this picture with
consider NW Contemporary. I know my taste and dreams exceed my budget so I want to see what I can do. We are probably working with a $125K-$150K total budget for our project. I attached an image of our house if you want to throw out any suggestions. The footprint in 30' wide by 28' deep.
StoneStudio 1 Architects
facing N/W) seem to be the darkest walls. I would like to brighten up those rooms, but should the burnt orange be on the darkest N/W wall or paint the other 3 walls the bright color and go grey on the darkest N/W walls?
Lush Suburban RetreatVisionscapes NW Landscape Design
Visionscapes NW Landscape Design Thanks for the question! The tree in the foreground is a mountain hemlock, which grows very narrow. In the background, you can just see the branches of a vine maple. Both trees are native to the Pacific northwest. Hope that helps! July 29, 2013 at 7:54am Like 1
Visionscapes NW Landscape Design
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