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Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
Modern Perch
crystalline waters of an untrampled Caribbean coast; the same blue is repeated in the cushy sofa and chairs. The rustic columns flanking the entrance add to the natural feel. All in all, a gem.
love full wall water colour, colours
varying shades of blue. Next: Browse more home design photos
The unusual pairing of colors in this living room is a touch of genius. Pale turquoise shades pop when placed in an earthy environment. The artistic faux finish resembles the crystalline waters of an untrampled Caribbean coast; the same blue
“Colored wall” — sandy925
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Northern Virginia Area Custom Made Closet Organization
Pantries, closets, garage storage and flooring, wall units, mud rooms, laundry rooms, entertainment units, etc.
15 Reviews
Just pools and water features!!
It is just a medium gray plaster!! The depth, light of day and water chemistry also impact the range of tones, just so you know. Almost any range of gray, without going really light or dark, will achieve this color range. I like the darker tones to create that mirror/reflecting affect. check out another
Water color clean lines, do not like red brick
“Green cushions” — karamoran
Traditional Garage And Shed
water feature
Flooring water and gazebo
Patio design...Water body...water fall
“Square gazebo” — szschroeder
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Pool and Landscape
small but effectively designed pool. could do without the slide and hot tub.
Stone border, water slide and spa.
Water slide around waterfall
water feature...water slide
“Stone border, water slide and spa.” — Sheila Winslow
Terry Iverson Photography
Terry Iverson
seamless transition from inside to outside. will need large overhang to keep water out of the house
create as smooth and seamless a transition as possible, they should be exactly the same. This isn't as easy at it seems.There's the matter of keeping water, ice, snow etc. outside so the inside stays dry. If it's a seamless transition you're after, you also won't want to step down when going from inside
a threshold will create a sense of separation that's quite pronounced while you're walking from inside to out. A really good way to make sure that water in all its forms is kept outside is to have a deep and full-length overhang. This approach works really well when the outdoor floor is elevated above
“The way the living space expands out” — drcobalt
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House entry
home include reclaimed barn wood used for the floor and ceiling of the second floor, reclaimed wood stairs and bathroom vanity, and an on-demand hot water/boiler system. The exterior of the house is clad in black corrugated aluminum with an aluminum standing seam roof. Because of the extremely cold winter
Water is heated and sent through a series on tubes embedded in the concrete. The water is heated with a gas hot water heater
“Love the view to kitchen” — mcknittey
Chase Building Group
5 Reviews
Spiritual elegance concealing function
clever design stylish elegant, roof sun great idea
Indoor water garden...water feature...water garden
“Love the indoor coy pond... great idea to put it into the arboretum/indoor garden” — alyspoon
Echelon Custom Homes
9 Reviews
Guest Bath
How is the water kept in the tub? Was this before a curtain rod was put up? Some kind of doors installed? I ask because I'm making my focal wall in the tub alcove, out of Italian tile. I'm dreading having to hide it. Curious for alternate ways to keep water off the floor. Thanks
I like the look of exposing the beautiful shower wall, but how do you keep the water from splashing all over the bathroom without a curtain?
Like the wall tiles and the cut out feature in the shower wall
“Shower tile” — ceer
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