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Lee H. Skolnick Architecture & Design Partnership
Ani Villas
Ani Villas
“Nice woodwork” — ingyipm
Lee H. Skolnick Architecture & Design Partnership
Ani Villas
Ani Villas
“Awesomely modern!!!” — rhuhta
Kariouk Associates
Echo House
Include anything else you’ve promised (references, fee proposal etc.) or tell the client when she can expect it. If you have any unanswered questions, request answers.I try to jot down any additional thoughts, impressions or insights from the interview when the meeting is still fresh in my mind: right after
meeting notes and include them in an Evernote “Potential Client” folder for filing. Just have some means of filing the documentation you gathered. Answer any follow-up questions promptly and professionally, and be sure you understand all of the project parameters.Ideally you’ll leave the interview with an
“Bilguudei” — Gerlee Ishgee
Tom Hurt Architecture
River Road House_Exterior
every day. Make requests. If your dogs have any issues, make them known to your neighbors and politely ask for their support. A friend of mine had a dog named Miss Marple who didn't like children. We didn't have dogs then, and my kids were mad to pet any dog they met, but she politely let us know Miss
Miss Marple preferred to keep to herself. If I had young neighbors, I would invest in a solid fence to keep fingers out and prevent any possible accidents, even though my dogs are incredibly friendly.
“Coping” — lauraneu1
Evens Architects
5 Reviews
Santa Monica Beach House
you do decide to let go of any of your home's original details, take the time to bring them to an architectural salvage yard. That way others who are renovating older homes can benefit!Tell us: Do you live in an old house? Have you changed — or would you like to change — any of your home's original details
to paint? Compared to issues of completely removing period details, you might think simply painting your existing woodwork or masonry wouldn't ruffle any feathers, but some folks will still be miffed if you cover up original woodwork. In the grand scheme, I say this is a style decision, and you shouldn't
“This view looks a lot like what we would do...pass through and french doors to office” — Laura Rotondo
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
inches tallPlanting tips: Plant in fall or spring and pop out any unwanted pups when they spring up. It's not necessary to cut this smaller grass back, but use your hands to comb out any dead growth from around the perimeter of the plant at any time.
“grasses” — vanessafry
Becky Harris
Provincetown Cottage
your cooler-weather plants. • Remove any plant that is dead, including spring and summer annuals, like petunias, impatiens and vincas.• Get rid of your old summer vegetables that are no longer producing, like tomatoes, summer squash and summer greens.• Trim any plant that is still robust but is seeing
This front yard in Provincetown, Massachusetts mixes perennials, annuals, cutting flowers, and herbs. I'll take this over a lawn any day!
“plants” — Vivian Blair
2 Ivy Lane
McLean Glamour
have the familiar feel of a book in your hands, show several images on each spread, accommodate odd sizes and are easy to pull off a shelf and enjoy any time. The drawbacks are that they hold very few pictures per square inch of space they occupy, they may damage photos, and they often look like a hodgepodge
2. Open shelving plus unified containers. You can put just about any identical storage containers on open shelving — they’ll look fantastic and hold a lot. To make the most of your space, let your shelving go all the way
2. Fill open shelving with unified containersYou can put just about any identical storage containers on open shelving; they look fantastic and hold a lot. To make the most of your space, let your shelving go all the way to
“Photos” — Sara Krinke
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