with no shower as well. Thank you for your response, I'll tell him about purchasing the correct type of panel.
a new bench for a favorite spot in the garden and set a relaxing, bubbling fountain nearby. Turn a spare room or an office corner into a reading nook with a comfy chair, pillows and plenty of reading material.Tell us: What action oriented gifts are you giving this season?
outdoor showers, balconies, and decks were added to the exterior. The house is clad in a contextual cedar shake siding and tied together with accents of gray cement board panels. With large expanses of glass and numerous operable windows the house takes advantages of summer breezes and blurs the division
exterior shower along with an alcove for a desk and chair to act as a makeshift office.
Architects: Joseph Tanney, Robert Luntz
Project Architect: John Kim, Craig Kim
Project Team: Michael Hargens, Brian Thomas
Manufacturer: Simplex Industries
Engineer: Lynne Walshaw P.E., Greg Sloditskie,
of the shower area — or rather, the shower is where this hallway "powder room" ends. Frameless cabinets with integrated handles are flush against the wall, the sink is built into the countertop, and the toilet is marked by a door handle barely sticking out of the door frame.