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The Middleton Group
3 Reviews
Exterior
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Ext color: BM Carolina Gull Trim: siding paint at 50-75%
and stairs and porch posts are Mohegan Sage; The siding is Carolina Gull; the trim was also painted Carolina Gull but at either 50 or 75% - I will need to go back and look to confirm.
colors are by Benjamin Moore: The doors, including the garage doors, and stairs and porch posts are Mohegan Sage; The siding is Carolina Gull; the trim was also painted Carolina Gull but at either 50 or 75% - I will need to go back and look to confirm.
“Mohegan sage” — bnqualls
deakins design group
Tranquil Eclectic Residence
Ideabooks3,210
Questions5
The paneling is painted in Ben Moore #2138-40 Carolina Gull.
The paneling is painted in Ben Moore #2138-40 Carolina Gull
Wall color - Ben Moore #2138-40 Carolina Gull.
Carolina gull Benjamin Moore 2138
Carolina Gull wall color
Carolina gulf paint color BM
Benjamin Moore Carolina Gull
carolina gull bm
“Wood detail under the hallway path opening” — thetravelinglizard
The Collins Group/JDP Design
2 Reviews
Cairn at the Cliffs
Ideabooks6,288
Questions4
These are located in the mountains of South Carolina, USA
These three egg-shaped, solid-stone cairns sit in a meditation garden that’s part of South Carolina’s Cliffs of Glassy. Given the location — a misty, mountainous forest — and the cairn’s Gaelic ancestry, it’s not a stretch to imagine that fairies
solid stone cairns in a meditation garden in s. carolina
These three egg-shaped, solid-stone cairns sit in a meditation garden that’s part of South Carolina’s Cliffs of Glassy. Given the location — a misty, mountainous forest — and the cairn’s Gaelic ancestry, it’s not a stretch to imagine that fairies
eiförmigen, aus festen Steinen aufgeschichteten Cairns befinden sich in einem Meditationsgarten, der zum Siedlungsgebiet Cliffs at Glassy in South Carolina gehört. Angesichts der Umgebung – ein von Nebeln umhüllter, hügeliger Wald – und den gälischen Ursprüngen der Cairns liegt die Vorstellung nicht fern
“The eggs can go but I love the steps” — delanie73
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Living Stone Construction, Inc.
Ideabooks5,464
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DECK SEALER Few could resist this second-story deck with rocking chairs for enjoying the breathtaking views of the North Carolina mountains. The flooring and railing are made with ipe sealed with Penofin
Few could resist this second-story deck with rocking chairs for enjoying the breathtaking views of the North Carolina mountains. The flooring and railing are made with ipe sealed with Penofin oil.
16. Rocking chairs and a ceiling fan offer plenty of comfort for someone enjoying the view that goes forever at Black Mountain, North Carolina.
Few could resist this second-story deck with rocking chairs for enjoying the breathtaking views of the North Carolina mountains.
“stain” — jenaco1
Wayne Windham Architect, P.A.
Daniel Island Residence
Ideabooks3,385
Questions4
Those are made by Old Carolina Brick and are Savannah Grey oversize handmade brick.
Old Carolina Brick, Savannah Grey Oversize Handmade
Savannah Gray brick Old Carolina Brick Company
Savannah Grey genuine handmade brick by Old Carolina Brick.
old carolina brick co in savannah grey
Savannah Gray Brick by Old Carolina Brick with sacking style
“porch roofline” — JeLain Lund
Corynne Pless
Blue Porch in Athens, Georgia
Ideabooks405
Questions0
The front porch ceiling came painted blue, which follows a historical South Carolina tradition that a blue porch ceiling wards off bad spirits. Since Lauren Anne is from South Carolina, she was pleased with this detail.
historical South Carolina tradition that a blue porch ceiling wards off bad spirits.
The front porch ceiling came painted blue, which follows a historical South Carolina tradition that
which follows a historical South Carolina tradition that a blue porch ceiling wards off bad spirits. Since Lauren Anne is from South Carolina, she was pleased with this detail.
The front decking area ceiling came painted blue, which follows a historical South Carolina tradition that a blue ceiling wards
“wide hand rail” — annarobin2012
Lee Tripi Design
4 Reviews
Urban condo
Ideabooks796
Questions3
al plastic laminates but have metal skins. Long popular in commercial applications, they’re now finding their way into the home, as in this North Carolina kitchen by Lee Tripi Design, which uses a product called Chemetal. This metal-topped laminate is easy to bend and shape, and is available in a variety
al plastic laminates but have metal skins. Long popular in commercial applications, they’re now finding their way into the home, as in this North Carolina kitchen by Lee Tripi Design, which uses a product called Chemetal. This metal-topped laminate is easy to bend and shape, and is available in a variety
“Copper Backslpash” — duncanae
Christopher A Rose AIA, ASID
7 Reviews
Glass house on the pond
Ideabooks1,358
Questions0
Chris Rose is the principal at Christopher Rose Architects located in Johns Island, South Carolina. Chris' project Glass House on a Low Country Lagoon has been featured in Houzz.
expansive walls of glass and high-tech-meets-Lowcountry feel, we're not surprised. The home is located on the edge of a lagoon on Kiawah Island in South Carolina's Lowcountry. Built four years ago and sized at 4,200 square feet, the house features a large great room overlooking the lagoon. A desire to maximize
1. Kiawah Island, South CarolinaThis home takes full advantage of its lagoon views and resembles a lantern when lit up at night.
The roof structure stretches out to provide shelter and shade to the glass wall and interior from the South Carolina sun. And there’s certainly a hint of
“LOVE THE WINDOW’S!” — robrage
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