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Fireplace Pavillion with Wood Gate
family-friendly gardens to enjoy with their grand-children and also larger spaces for hosting charitable events. A new driveway leads into the property where various materials are married in interesting ways to create new terraces and pavilions, gates and arbors, fountains and fireplaces. Of course, the
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lush, green garden — despite the rainy weather. Simple but sturdy materials — plywood, steel and glass — made sure the space would be secure from weather and kept down costs. Full-height glass doors lock into place or retract for a garden view in rain or shine.See more: Shed-Turned-Office in a London
gift from friends in Denver, is one of Jeanne's favorite pieces. "I've played off these amazing colors for many different arrangements in this space. It was really fun displaying some of my pillows on a white step ladder in the background, and the sofa made the best backdrop ever for oodles of other pillows
yellow, green and natural tones create a stunning palette that will never get stale.
Seattle, WA: Lisa Hebner
only kid-friendly materials for the remodel. "I didn't want anything in the house that couldn't handle heavy use. And the colors had to be right too — no white rugs. This rug can be dragged outside and hosed off if need be," she says. Chair: Shell, Hans J. Wegner; floor lamp: Chartreuse Consignment; sofa:
entertain friends without a dead bug falling from the light fixture above. Ha!
Flowers. Green. Cozy. Indoor/outdoor space
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Green jay...budget friendly
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
Derby Hill Farm Lyme NH
lighter green Modulus 4x4 on the diagonal on the ceiling. Some of the tile is to the trade - contact Dpf design in White River Junction Vermont, 802-295-5064.
design friends at Dpf Design in White River Junction Vermont. The base wood is butternut.
see a green tag or display a photo, you can run your cursor over the picture and get information on all items that are tagged. Go back the original Renewal Design-Build photo and you'll see information come up about this range. (lots of $$$ for those red knobs!) There is also a direct link to the store
cooking friendly. Extra shelves were added, and special coffee and wine stations make sure that everyone can get their treat of choice while staying out of the cook's way.