125 Run-off or drainage problems and solutio Home Design Photos

Danny Broe Architect
3 Reviews
Lilyfield House
Ideabooks6,070
Questions7
wall at two heights, integrates outdoor kitchen with indoors beautifully. drainage in outdoor deck
island seating, extending the kitchen onto a covered deck can solve the problem nicely. Simply plant some stools at the window as in this kitchen
island seating, extending the kitchen onto a covered deck can solve the problem nicely. Simply plant some stools at the window as in this kitchen.
patio. A gutter at the back of the veranda catches rainwater and filters it off the house. Extra-durable laminate on the outside portion of the kitchen means
sky. A gutter at the back of the verandah catches rainwater and filters it off the house. Extra-durable laminate on the outside portion of the kitchen means
“Great indoor outdoor kitchen” — Steve Urban
Wright-Built
20 Reviews
Reclaimed Rustic Bathroom
Ideabooks8,143
Questions18
Curbless Shower ~ How to be sure about drainage?
do it myself, as long as I'm sure I have the correct specifications for drainage. Where can I find this information, or can you please tell me? My layout
full bath shower pan be a trip getting into the room. This is more of a problem in an old house unless your going to replace the floor joist for this space
What is the frame made off
“ceiling and rustic pieces” — nerudite
FREEMAN & MAJOR ARCHITECTS
Remodel of a 1980"s ranch house
Ideabooks7,083
Questions9
roof so wondering if you had to use a cricket or how you dealt with the drainage issues. We are designing a remodel now and love your plan, just wondering
Me too...we're doing the same thing - having a problem with the drainage issues.
like the entry on the front porch off-centered from the front doors. also like double front doors
“Landscape rock steps” — familyfarm
Shirley Meisels
5 Reviews
Rox Residence
Ideabooks17,445
Questions22
Flat easy to get in shower. Bath tub in shower area. Closed off so less steam near sink area
it's actually fairly small for a master," Meisels says. She solved the tub problem by placing it in the shower stall. "Though it's a bit tight, we still wanted
Shower drainage
“combination like the tub” — juliekappenman
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Dutchess County Contemporary Barn
Ideabooks7,567
Questions4
was the recess planting a solution to a problem? Or is it decorative.Seems like a clever drainage solution.How deep?Super cool looking.
even when tanks is full the trees get a shot at th water before draining off the property.
Recess Planting and Drainage COOL
“modernity, idea,simplicity” — thamerboty
Outer space Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Potreo Hill Modern
Ideabooks91,743
Questions18
Summer Classics. Fabric is sumbrella which can be left outside with no problem Contact me and I can give you more info on furniture
reaching skyward. They do need to be pruned once a year or so -- by pulling off the dead leaves that are usually at the bottom. When they get up to 20 feet
and squares, further defined by crushed stone. The treatment ensures good drainage and suggests a patterned carpet.As you descend a few concrete steps to
“Drainage, Seeting , Fire” — thecpunv8er
Heydt Designs
5 Reviews
Mill Valley Classic Cottage
Ideabooks150K
Questions75
back is the right side of the house off the front of the main house ( not including porch) how far does the porch come off the front? How wide is the main
you received any feedback that a more slanted gutter causes rain to wick off versus funnel from the gutter to the piping? Thanks very much for any insight
edge of the roof line, and pitched correctly to the sides for the best drainage, as your builder or roofer seem to be suggesting. They can be shimmed up
a backyard. In addition to the front porch on the left, there is a patio off the kitchen on the right.
“Adorable exteriòr” — threadgold_k
Union Studio
Lovell Kitchen
Ideabooks1,425
Questions4
how is drainage handled over/around skylights?
We have lots of rain, This long run of skylight would be a challange to
to waterflow down the slant of the roof. How do y'all handle this problem from the roof side ? And what about heat loss. want to know because it looks
“Love the brick!” — Homeland Design, llc
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