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Cypress Hill Development LLC
6 Reviews
Exterior Front Elevations
Ideabooks1,331
Questions3
Cypress Hill Development LLC
“Exterior color” — jafarren
RWA Architects
Exterior
Ideabooks2,139
Questions5
style had wood siding, but grand examples were full masonry construction. It was not until the early 1920s that the technique of brick veneering developed, and it became the fashionable choice for many colonial revivals built after then, as exemplified here. The architects have labeled this house as
style had wood siding, but grand examples were full masonry construction. It was not until the early 1920s that the technique of brick veneering developed, and it became the fashionable choice for many colonial revivals built after then, as exemplified here.The architects have labeled this house as a
“white windows” — nancyjross
Stoneridge Custom Development
1 Review
1780 Ridgecrest Drive
Ideabooks689
Questions0
Stoneridge Custom Development
“Estufa” — Federico Gamba Bazzano
Lands End Development - Designers & Builders
3 Reviews
Lakeside Exterior
Ideabooks14,679
Questions12
Lands End Development - Designers & Builders
“x” — quent
Phillips Development
4 Reviews
Talon's Crest
Ideabooks12,426
Questions9
Phillips Development
“Stone columns” — kevinfoucher
Shoreline Construction and Development
The Farrand
Ideabooks97
Questions0
Shoreline Construction and Development
“Color for bedroom and wood” — pai12
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Kitchen Addition
Ideabooks4,244
Questions12
kitchen. Sealing it well is key, as is the case with any stone used in a kitchen, but even well sealed you have to be prepared for the fact that it will develop a patina of etching and stains over time.
kitchen. Sealing it well is key, as is the case with any stone used in a kitchen, but even well sealed you have to be prepared for the fact that it will develop a patina of etching and stains over time.
“Fenetres” — nicolegaudet
R. P. Marzilli & Company Landscape Contractor
3 Reviews
Natural Swimming Pool
Ideabooks5,084
Questions1
nature. Natural swimming pools use plants or a combination of plants and sand filters to keep the water clean and clear without chemicals. They were developed in Austria and Germany in the 1980s and have since grown in popularity worldwide. They can be designed in a multitude of ways: Some look like natural
Natural swimming pools use plants or a combination of plants and sand filters to keep the water clean and clear without chemicals. They were developed in Austria and Germany in the 1980s and have since grown in popularity worldwide. They can be designed in a multitude of ways: Some look like natural
“Open place” — انور الهناهي
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