397 Sioux Home Design Photos

Missouri Botanical Garden
Sorghastrum nutans 'Sioux Blue'
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Indian grass / Sorghastrum nutans 'Sioux Blue' Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder
color is excellent; winter interest is superb. When to plant: Early spring to late fall; mulch well in late fall to prevent frost heave. Shown here- Sioux Blue
well-drained loam will work. Once established it can take drought fairly well, needing only an occasional supplemental watering. (This photo shows the 'Sioux Blue' cultivar, whose foliage is a grayish blue.)
“cool tall plant” — mermaidcita
Martin Bros. Contracting, Inc.
5 Reviews
Cupola and Porte-cochère
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Sechrist Architecture. You will readily note the equestrian details on the exterior of this beautiful sprawling ranch home. The home features a mixture of Sioux City Williamsburg Inca Gold Brick and Indiana Brownstone and custom horse shoe details in the gable ends. Project management by Martin Bros. Contracting
Sioux City Williamsburg Inca Gold Brick and Indiana Brownstone
Sioux City Brick - Inca Gold Monticello
Sioux City Brick - Inca Gold Monticello
Warm brick color - Sioux City Williamsburg Inca Gold Brick
“curved arch over breezeway” — chasestone
Modern Basement
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Made in Sioux falls
“Dark bar light counter tops” — Joel Osterman
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New Prairie Style Residence
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Sioux City Brick: Chestnut Velour and Dakota Pink Velour.
Sioux City Brick, 'Beige Grey' w/ Indiana Limestone details
Sioux City Brick - Beige Grey Velour with Indiana Limestone banding and caps
“Simple lit up” — morganschwarz
David Heide Design Studio
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Sioux Falls Residence
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Sioux Falls Residence
“chair” — katpic
David Heide Design Studio
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Sioux Falls Residence
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Sioux Falls Residence
“blue seating” — 100hmmm
David Heide Design Studio
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Sioux Falls Residence
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Sioux Falls Residence
“AZULEJOS” — dianasilveira
Louise Lakier
1 Review
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6. Dream catchers. The Native American dream catcher, said to have originated from the Sioux Nation, is believed to catch bad dreams in the house, leaving its inhabitants with a peaceful and calm mind. If hanging one over your bed doesn't mesh with your design style, consider dream catcher artwork or
“pretty awesome!” — sancarl
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