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Daniel Contelmo Architects
an outdoor fireplace and kitchen serves as a space for year-round activities. The final product was an exquisitely detailed and tastefully decorated home that integrates colonial and shingle style architecture with whimsical touches that give the house a more animated feel.
Can you please share the color that the shakes were painted? Also is the metal on the turret black or a charcoal color as it's hard to tell from this photo?
stepping stones seperated by grass, garden
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
Private Residence - Mediterranean Tuscan
influences featuring majestic Live Oak trees, detailed travertine paving, expansive lawns and lush gardens. Designed and built by Harold Leidner Landscape Architects. House construction by Bob Thompson Homes.
love lines for side of water
Love the Iron Fence around front of home
Future home...Garden fence
If you would share it, We would very much like to paint our home using this color palette.
traditional style home but looks more contemporary
Simple garden and tree in front of window, ground core of mulch
nice looking addition on an older brick home
Garden bed placement
Smaller lawn to save water
Tatum Building Corp
Tate Ln #2
All of your homes are Beautiful! We love the brick and stone combination on this one, could you tell us what they are? Thank you!
I would like to add a fountain to my garden design
Nice colour combo of stone and brick for a state home
Rock lining garden...Walkway and garden...water feature
Front garden concept - if we bring the garage into the hill & convert
water level right to the edge
pool side under garden level
How To translate to home
Possum Creek House
This kind of structure might be nice to have open up to a pool and view of water.
end of the room. The homeowners love the room for its adaptability as well as its looks. In the long subtropical summer, the doors disappear and the garden and views become part of the room. On chilly winter evenings, the owners stay cozy around the fireplace with its wonderful stone chimney.
As you enter the home through the front door, you can see along the length of the south wall of the living room and along the tall oak bookcases and row of handmade pendant
the long subtropical summer, the doors disappear and the garden and views become part of the room. On chilly winter evenings, they stay cozy around the fireplace with its wonderful stone chimney.Fireplace stone: Eco Outdoor
Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
Have you seen his design home in Madison Ohio?
vertical windows in Frank Lloyd Wright home
The tall panes of glass and warm wood framing in this Frank Lloyd Wright home echo the vertical lines of the trees outside the windows, creating
I like the big windows and the lamp in this photo.
Madly enamored with rooms that showcase huge, open windows and feature an up-close view of surrounding forest (or garden). Windows like these feel holistic to me. In fact, the muntins in these particular windows are almost too wide to suit my personal tastes, although
everything in the home made of natural materials. Here, the vintage Eames Lounge Chair blends effortlessly with the handmade kilim rugs and textiles.
Dave Adams Photography
French inspired garden home by landscape architect David Gibson. Architectural & Interior Design Photography by ...
the light coming through the windows, the reflections of the darker wood floor, the reflected light off the grass outside and my manipulations of the photo, all combine to make it impossible to even use the exact name of the paint color to get the effect you see. Just find a swatch that looks like it and
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