2,468 celebrating 50 years Home Design Photos

Dufner Heighes Inc
Lake Michigan House
necessarily place it in a period, which means it will probably look as good in 50 years as it does now.
“Wainscoting in powder room” — pkhaze56
Loudoun County Landscape Architecture
Complete Outdoor Environments
Our smaller size allows us to get to know each client, understand his or her needs and be involved with all phases of each project.
Habachy Designs
27 Reviews
Atlanta/Buckhead Christmas Showhouse Interior
received an award for this design that selected this bathroom design as "The top 50 baths" by Trends magazine.
Unfortunately, I designed this approximately seven years ago, so I don't have the exact measurements. The mirrors were all custom-made after template
“Cool” — marisechiniara
Shirley Bovshow
4 Reviews
Pool Makeover by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Hi Geneva50, Thank you for your question. Muhly grass will do well in zone 10 and is adaptable
Shirley, I live right down the street! Great place as it's been there for many years! I'm in Northridge. Love your work! Sperlings is probably another place
“Muhlenbergia capillaries ....pink fuzzy plant.” — breezygirl1980
Genus Loci Ecological Landscapes Inc.
8 Reviews
Outdoor Dining Terrace
fact, it means you can reduce watering by more than 50 per cent. It’s worth re-applying mulch every year to minimise gardening chores … and maximise a relaxing
“Patio” — phyllis73
Rebecca Melo
1 Review
Heather & Bob's kitchen
I believe the stools are 40 or 50 years old.
“Open shelving grey dark floor” — Cecily Zimbelman
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
32 Reviews
Private Residence - Modern Rooftop Garden
Lived in Dallas for 30 years...Is this in the downtown Mckinney Ave. area?
outdoor applications like this because it is waterproof and more durable. It is 50% brighter than standard rope light and more compact and thinner. It can be
“idea for hedge planting as patio edge wall” — linda graupe
Elad Gonen
1 Review
reflective shower glass and mirror spread the warmth around. Honey onyx costs $50 and up per square foot for slabs, and about $20 per square foot for tile.
who didn't grow up in Cincinnati with field trips to the Taft Museum every year, Google it – I'm off for a long soak!
“Lets put wall of fire in bathroom!!” — jng20
Crisp Architects
50 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Considering buying 50+ year house
“Windows!” — jkharper66
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