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Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
Ideabooks210
Questions0
winter. When you place grasses among perennials and even shrubs, you can create excitement, as the relatively sharp, woody stems mingle with the soft,
winter. When you place grasses among perennials and even shrubs, you can create excitement, as the relatively sharp, woody stems mingle with the soft,
winter. When you place grasses among perennials and even shrubs, you can create excitement, as the relatively sharp, woody stems mingle with the soft,
“Fall reveals a garden’s structure and textural contrast. In this St. Louis landscape, a mixture of” — ladybuffington
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Healdsburg Residence
Ideabooks2,349
Questions4
Hi Nick, i love the look you have created here. Any chance you would
Hi Nick , I love the feel you have created here. Any chance you would share the floor plan, regards penny
of protection the upper wood members create, and a direction toward the entry, which the supporting members create.....
“do you like mixing windows styles?” — acinom9
Urban Oasis
7 Reviews
Natural Stone Garden
Ideabooks4,070
Questions4
The fire pit is the focal point of this outdoor seating area. It creates an intimate place to gather in the cool California evenings. The circular shape
the stone bench continues into the flower beds and encircles the fire pit creating a cozy area surrounded by the fragrance of the plants and herbs.
Absolutely live this design inspire me to create this look in by backyard
If I could carve a bench and create a fire pit.
“notice lights in the stone walls” — canimhouse
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Woodside Guest House
Ideabooks4,119
Questions2
so the bleedout came through the finish coas. So -- that is how you can create this look -- the finish is a solid color stain by Olympic called "outside
this would have prevented the dark bleed through. So -- that is how you can create this look -- don't use a tannin block and at first the wall will appear
this would have prevented the dark bleed through. So -- that is how you can create this look -- don't use a tannin block and at first the wall will appear
“exposed beams” — kmkareht
Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
8 Reviews
Z-loft
Ideabooks4,432
Questions7
Would you be able to share the artist's name who created the painting? It is exquisite.
gallery, but I have many happy clients and collectors. After many years creating large scale paintings and mosaics, I've just recently started doing co
emphasis In the absence of a feature, another dominant focal point may be created.
Tin. Tin ceilings were originally created as a more affordable way to add ornament than plaster. They became popular
“tile on ceiling” — lexaruth
Montgomery Roth Architecture & Interior Design
30 Reviews
Roth Condo
Ideabooks3,569
Questions6
Creating extra dimension to make space appear smaller
Hallway mirrors great idea to create image of bigger space
portrays the personality of the home owners. High ceilings and mirrored walls create a grand appearance.
Sconces to create dining room
“Rug / animal print” — brendamcna
Mosby Building Arts
43 Reviews
Modern Master Suite Remodel
Ideabooks2,939
Questions6
rearranged to create a larger master bathroom, a generous walk-in closet and a sitting area within the master bedroom. Rearranging the space also created a vestibule
Adrienne is our Planning & Designer who created this bathroom, so you got the information straight from The Expert!
Boxed in shower leaving room for decorating on top. Extended shelves create separation but keep openness.
“layout” — rehanish
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Harris Kitchen
Ideabooks5,688
Questions4
kitchen to a living area, typically with a railing of some sort. Why not create a casual dining area as a buffer between the two instead, utilizing some
kitchen to a living area, typically with a railing of some sort. Why not create a casual dining area as a buffer between the two instead, utilizing some
“Would this work?” — mmartind19
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