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Amelia B. Lima & Associates
11 Reviews
Green Wall
beautiful landscape of elevated garden area. I have a small patio area with a wall behind 3 feet of dirt area, and LOVE your design solution. I live in Victoria BC and am wondering what plants you have used, and could you please share. Thank you sooo much! Anne Marie
That sounds wonderful. I'm located in Broomall, PA and I need privacy along an unattractive 6' high fence line. Initially, I plan to start at one end and work on an area about 18'-20' wide. The neighbor's side has a few evergreens in that section but the planting area would have
low and collects water during a soaking rain. I'm currently adding some stones as a first layer so anything I plant won't drown in standing water. I plan to build up the area by about 4"-6" with topsoil. The good news is that anything I plant will have the fence as an anchor. I love how you used a combination
“garden steps, rectangular” — Helene Linder
Pinney Designs
8 Reviews
look. I never did the facing each other with chairs though, but since I know you can I am definitely doing this next time I re-decorate, which is planned in the near future.
I like the design of this fireplace.
If you plan on using the room for reading, for instance, you’ll want to provide lamps beside each reading spot. If the room is used for TV viewing, you’ll want overall illumination that can be adjusted to different settings, with light sources that won’t reflect on the TV screen.Where to put your flat-screen
“fireplace” — Julie McMurray
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Niagara Vineyard Renovation
We are trying to adjust our plan so that we do not have to do tempered glass (above 18" will allow this possibility) so I am looking at visual examples. The height of main level windows in relation
The assymetrial look is very common in mid-century design.
simple box design, large windows with overhang
existing front steps intact. They worked with a local architect to prepare permit drawings, and with a contractor for the build, but handled the design work, planning and material selection on their own.
“Large oversize windows make this old boring rectangular building come to life.” — kenoda
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
12 Reviews
Great room.
My husband and I are having trouble finding a house plan we like. This picture is exactly like what we are looking for. Please send me info about this house please!! Thank you
Want this house plan
This is not a question - just a comment. I wish you served the Wisconsin area! Love, love, love your designs.
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
Overall design colors
“Sofa table” — jkayparker
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
17 Reviews
City: Kirkland Residence
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris
Can you share where I can get a plan of this house or similar one.
We also have a dark roof but stucco is a lighter taupe color and the windows are also white with white trim planned for around the windows and we are not
New and creative design
House design
“Exterior” — razorbackintdsgr
Four Brothers LLC
49 Reviews
Columbia Heights DC Full Row House Remodel
Rug placement, side table by window, open floor plan
loft size, design, structure
I like the design...loft design...open floor plan...loft design
“Similar size of the loft” — itssoho
Inspired Interiors
21 Reviews
Northbrook Eclectic Transitional
Annie has a great point! Applying makeup in a room full of natural light is ideal. The overall electrical plan in this bathroom creates plenty of general lighting for makeup applications.
Chicago otherwise I would ask you to remodel my bathroom :o) Here is a drawing of the measurement I am looking for. Not sure how the contractor is planning to build the canopy/sofit but I want the dimensions to make sure it will look similar to yours.
Thanks for your question! The stone is supplied through one of our favorite vendors that works with designers directly.
“Storage” — trish931
Lewis Aquatech
21 Reviews
Is there a site with the floor plan for this house?
and some they have probably taken on their own or with a more traditional style of photography. In my experience vendors sometimes rely on their designers or architects for photos of work once it's been completed, this could be an example of that. I wouldn't consider this particular image to be a clear
hundred dollars," but once you do that a few times, you'll have added a bunch of work and will definitely blow your budget. Remember that you made a plan and remain determined to stick to it.
“Pool” — marywright109
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