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KUBE architecture
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Arlington Residence
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was accomplished by creating a "reading room" at the entry level that responds to the front garden with a series of interior contours that are both steps as well as seating zones, while the orthogonal layout of the main level and deck reflects the pragmatic daily activities of cooking, eating and relaxing
square footage that only an addition can provide, but have you really explored every option for using the space you already have? Sometimes it takes stepping back and looking from afar to see the possibilities. Look for rooms that are underused, particularly if they are close to spaces that you want to
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Katia Goffin Gardens
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North Arlington Residence
Ideabooks42,483
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I'm interested in the Pea Gravel pathway. Steps to create? Tamping, Sand and how deep?
Maintain and repair garden paths. Create neat edges, fill in gravel paths with fresh gravel and replace or reposition broken stepping stones.Check irrigation systems and hoses. Turn on the irrigation system and take a walk through your yard to make sure everything is working properly. Make adjustments
“Beautiful pathway” — rliehr001
Grant and Power Landscaping
3 Reviews
Lisle Residence
Ideabooks38,659
Questions8
say our backyard that runs down a slope over 3 levels was very neglected. We have a combination of decking on different levels, timber boardwalks and steps all running through bush land. When we first saw the house I described to my husband pretty much what you have designed and created in this picture
enjoyed both outdoors and from indoors. Lighting can also be effectively incorporated into water features to add movement (and to keep people from stepping into the pond!).More: Landscape Design: A Secret Garden
“Tranquil” — Rosemarie Kammerloch
Marie Newton, Closets Redefined
1 Review
Custom pantry
Ideabooks358K
Questions74
It's in-between a walk-in & reach-in, more like a step in.
Organize the pantry. Step up and face the demon: the pantry. Take a Saturday to go through everything, get rid of what you haven’t touched in years and restock what’s left in
“cabinet space” — lauraford1
Guillermo Campos
Roof Terrace Stairs
Ideabooks1,810
Questions2
love the tile on the steps
we have lots of steps in our garden this is a great idea
love these stairs, remind me of the steps in the Sunset in SF
tiled stairs b?ut make it interior by using white steps - wood or tile
craft, often seen covering floors and in kitchens throughout the country. I love the idea of pairing ornate painted tile with modern poured concrete steps for a look that fuses past and present.
“concrete and traditional tile” — Aleck Wilson Architects
Tyler Engle Architects PS
Mt. Baker Courtyard
Ideabooks4,207
Questions1
Large steps to access hot tub
Urban tub with wooden steps gives the appearance of being sunken.
Urban backyard. The hot tub in this Seattle yard has a concrete surround and wooden steps, creating the look of a sunken tub without actually
concrete surround and wooden steps, creating the look of a sunken tub without actually its actually being sunk below ground
surround and wooden steps, creating the look of a sunken tub without actually its actually being sunk below ground level. High privacy fencing (and even higher trees) create a secluded feeling, even with close neighbors.
cement surround for hot tub with steps
Urban backyard. The hot tub in this Seattle yard has a concrete surround and wooden steps, creating the look of a sunken tub without actually its actually being sunk below ground level. High privacy fencing (and even higher trees) create
“steps” — Kathryn Rokita
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Zen, koi, floating steps, beach plantings, bungalow
Ideabooks737
Questions0
Zen, koi, floating steps, beach plantings, bungalow
The steps that leads to the beach
garden steps
“I like stairs down to the beach” — mayamonkeymo
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Christian Residence
Ideabooks243
Questions0
Round steps, a whole bunch of them!
Staggered step stones
Stepping stones
“Coloured patio walls?” — murphyrubia
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