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Pathways and gates
The outdoor elements should be every bit as interesting as the home's interior design. This gateway is loaded with tiny yellow roses and is a welcome sight after a long winter season. The grass that lines the path is Liriope (Monkey grass). Small sprigs (6-8 leaves each) were planted 6" apart. It
silver grey mass in front of podo
Northern Virginia Premier Interior Designer Best of Houzz 2014
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Lake side cantilever
rubber membrane roof with tapered insulation to create positive drainage toward water drainage locations. The roof was engineered to account for snow loads. The upper level of the house and all interior walls are wood framed - the lower level foundation walls are Thermal-Mass Concrete (two layers of exposed
Dale Jones-Evans Pty Ltd Architecture
Perfect grass to soften the rooftop's hard lines. Check weight load first and engineering
Front yard under trees
Front garden idea...MA front
Jeffers Design Group
Martis Camp Getaway
I like the three seperate sections of the metal on the front of this one.
Cool metal in front of bar stools
Stainless steal on island front
sternmccafferty custom glass bathtub
This is a custom-designed bathtub with a clear glass front. Photo by Eric Roth.
separating the inside and outside portions of the pool. My question has to do with structure and attachment. No doubt this wall needs to manage quite a load. What is the thickness of the material and how did it attach? Thanks very much. S. Keating/Keating Homes
love this idea of the glass front
they had saved from an old magazine. "We love detail, so there are always special moments in our projects," says Stern. "And in this house, the glass-front bathtub was one of those moments."
comforting as well. The Parisian Philippe Starck Baccarat inspired bathroom has it’s many charms and elegance as well as it’s form and function. Loads of storage neatly concealed in the design space without appearing too dominant yet is the aspect of the success of this design and it’s practicality
Interiors & Architecture Photography by Ken Hayden
stone (or bricks) and grass - load bearing but absorbent
if ever redoing front driveway
Who makes these front doors?