5,071 down alternative throw Home Design Photos

Dungan Nequette Architects
5 Reviews
Anderson Pool
another cool idea of alternating fence
1) Absolutely love the stone used. 2) Also really like how the wood on the pergola goes down into the rock), 3) also like the shape of chimney at top
Upside down arch
“i like the handles” — Rebecca Langdon
New Urban Home Builders
11 Reviews
Pentwater Lake Cottage
Like the shape of the window and how it goes all the way down to the counter.
alternating subway tile in backsplash
Move island down...add cutting surface
“Window” — seabiscuit123
Wheat's Landscape
Summer's Garden
cheaper alternative to shake
Stairs down to pool area
Steps down from porch
“Dormer window?” — bvnylund
Paul Welschmeyer ARCHITECTS & energy consultants
2 Reviews
Second Street Green
Fridge and freezer side by side in island - might be an alternative to expensive custom paneled fridge.
whatever we do w/ stair up - we should match U to stair down
open stair down
“stairs” — Maria Wilson
Lawrence Architecture, Inc.
2008 Parade of Homes house
"epoxy pebble stone" alternate to concrete?
nice down spouts...Rain down spouts
“Surface” — totosmom
DJ place
love the glass wall for a whiteboard. need room for 2 to sit. drop down storage from ceiling wanted
Lateral files down the side.
alternative for upstairs workspace
“The color” — Maria Argenal
Sater Design Collection, Inc.
8 Reviews
Sater Group's "Sumatra" Custom Home Plan
Railing looking down. Check our foyer. Second floor setup
alternate colors and rug
library up and down
“Nice black” — mavuz
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
50 Reviews
Modern Landscape Heights
species that require very little watering. However, they do require routine pruning, which Ms. Borow said she had no problem investing in. Such lawn alternatives are frequently used in Houston landscaping projects that for one reason or the other require something other than a standard planting of carpet
surface that allowed rainwater to soak through without collecting on the surface. More importantly, the gravel was the only material that could be laid down near the roots of the magnificent trees in Ms. Borow’s yard. Any type of stone, concrete, or brick that is used in more typical Houston landscaping
possible conflict between the tree roots and the home foundation. Murphy Mears also built a very elegant fence that transitioned the geometry of the house down to the city sidewalk. The fence sharply parallels the linear movement of the house. We introduced some climbing vines to help soften the fence and to
“White Modern for tahina” — Stephanie Standifer
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