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Axiom Luxury Homes
Overlook Show Home
Ideabooks1,076
Questions4
How wide are the inserts in the columns where you put the tile/rock?
Floors, stone columns, ceiling
Column w stone...Brick columns
“Phhlö” — uslu
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Brownhouse Design, Los Altos, CA
9 Reviews
Brownhouse Design
Ideabooks9,801
Questions15
Stone and wood surround. Match the columns with existing columns.
Perhaps adding columns to the fireplace and removing the bookcases. This would give the illusion that the fireplace is taller and wider and this would also balance out the
mantle and columns
“raised panel fireplace walls” — Greig Andersen, Architect
Design To Sell, by OCRE411
4 Reviews
Turtle Rock Project
Ideabooks555
Questions1
Column style
Thick columns
“Outdoor living space” — gkayne
Adelene Keeler Smith Interior Design
5 Reviews
4 - Eclectic Townhouse
Ideabooks718
Questions5
Piano add columns to provide entry area
piano and columns
“Cream Piano” — hemendrac
Begrand Fast Design Inc.
Master Closet
Ideabooks8,173
Questions0
Columns in closet =)
Seating between columns
“wow” — rosamanuelamom
Romani Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Lake Forest Residence
Ideabooks3,725
Questions1
I don't want big stone bases on the arbor columns they are way too heavy and formal for this house.
love the stone pergola bases. could use slate to repeat front of house columns for my home.
Columns and brackets
Big columns uuggggh
“Pergola” — phebeme
Fine Focus Photography
5 Reviews
Rivercrest
Ideabooks4,157
Questions1
nice combo of styles; don't like round columns
only one column
“Terraza” — rebelizano
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Earthy Modern
Ideabooks3,059
Questions8
expansive nature of the site and capture the “bigness” of the view. Large expanses of glass punctuated with a natural rhythm of exposed beams and stone columns that frame the spectacular views of the Santa Clara Valley and the Los Gatos Hills. A shady outdoor loggia and cozy outdoor fire pit create the
“posts are pretty. not too chunky” — elideg
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