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Contemporary Exterior
she beholds her own face in a perfect mirror." — Rabindranath TagoreIf you don't have a body of water nearby to create your home's alter ego, try building a reflecting pool. Even a small and partial reflection will change how you see your home.More: Reflecting Pools as Liquid Assets
modern house with floating effect
Floating part of the houss
Floating box....Float frame
“Floor to veiling glass in master suite” — dave13467
SBT Designs
5 Reviews
Elevated swiming
Love the floating walkway and seating area.
Deck furniture for Simon to Build
Floating steps umbrella
courtyard with floating stepping stones
Floating decks...Pool floating decks
“Wooden lounge / day bed” — scottrlowe
Amitha Verma Interior Design, LLC
Pretty Powder
Building a home right now and creating a cove ike this. Need an answer soon if you possibly can.
Like how it looks like it's floating
Cut out and floating cabinet
floating vanity...Floating sink...floating vanity
“Arch” — Melanie Wilson
Amelie de Gaulle Interiors
5 Reviews
Floating tiles in water feature Coy pond!!!!!!!
floating steps...Floating stones...floating cement
“Rectangular” — kfearday
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
Extreme Makeover in San Diego
Floating seat might work in our space
I like the floating seat
appears to be floating wide planks
love the build in bench
Floating seat...Floating bench
“like this seat wall all across the back fence line” — shellymesner
C O N T E N T Architecture
design for this bathroom. I am in the middle of redoing the bathroom but wondered if an 80" cabinet is too large to be a floating cabinet. I am using a wall mounted sink/counter and building a cabinet that fits under it. What size is this vanity?
floating vanity...Floating vanities...Floating vanity...Floating cabinets
“lees bathroom” — mbatayeh
Chris Snook
Advantage Basements London
Floating vanity Horizontal shower drain in open shower
Floating cabinet...floating vanity...floating sink...floating vanity
“colors” — lorenacarri
Evergreen Consulting / 4EGC
Laurel Road: Evergreen Consulting and E2 Homes
(or termites). But if you’ve got a sloping property, need a level surface for outdoor entertaining and want to avoid the expense and disruption of building retaining walls, decking is the way to go. Since you’re not likely to add on to the deck once it’s built, now is the time to decide how it will be
“Terrase” — vivy57
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