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Andrea Schumacher Interiors
Denver Country Club Home
TV stand okay, maybe a smaller version
large long furniture below smaller TV with 2 pictures to the sides - concept
chinese garden stool
Chinese Garden Stool | Wisteria
Monmouth County Premier Interior Design & Furniture Firm
Space Interiors has been providing furnishing solutions and design services througout New Jersey, Brooklyn and Manhattan, NY for over 15 years.
Sarah Burke Design
San Francisco Apartment
I like this for the north side of patio or as combo with smaller stair flight to door. Can use for patio seating and allows deck to be smaller and take up less of patio
For the yard/garden
Martin Bros. Contracting, Inc.
terrace levels. would need smaller levels for my yard, but like the color with the evergreens throughout the space.
awesome on a smaller scale
Pretty decorative garden walls
Webber + Studio, Architects
Needs to be broken up to smaller size. Nice back courtyard feel
brothers house and garden
our backyard but much smaller!!:)
Platinum Series by Mark Molthan
So my style, maybe on a smaller scale...
Would also suit centerpiece of garden
Smaller pit same idea
the stone arch leading to side garden
Love this!!! Would want this on a much smaller scale if I won the
trunk of tree and smaller tree
Garden to right
Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
Flying Point Residence
existing conditions and materials. Much of the material removed was recycled or reused elsewhere. The plans were reworked to create smaller, staggered volumes, which are visually disconnected. Deep overhangs were added to strengthen the indoor/outdoor relationship and new bay to ocean views through the structure
House and garden design become a bridge between two different bodies of water: gentle Mecox Bay to the north and wild Atlantic Ocean to the south. An existing house was radically transformed as opposed to being demolished. Substantial effort was undertaken in order to reuse, rethink and modify existing
rethink and modify existing conditions and materials. Much of the material removed was recycled or reused elsewhere. The plans were reworked to create smaller, staggered volumes, which are visually disconnected. Deep overhangs were added to strengthen the indoor/outdoor relationship and new bay to ocean views