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Buckenmeyer Architecture
9 Reviews
Porch Portal
Ideabooks4,398
Questions3
Hi, can you please tell me where you bought your fence? Thanks!
fence on far side of photo
Porch with patio - how many steps would we have? How deep do I want top step? Enough for a couple of chairs? And pots?
Check fences, driveway and paths for damage. Particularly for regions that experience freezing and thawing conditions, driveways and paths can become cracked over the winter. Take a walk around your home, looking out for signs of damage on the driveway and walkway, as well as the foundation, fences and
“concrete” — cjvander
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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My Houzz: A Dream Home Grows From an Empty Austin Lot
Ideabooks7,817
Questions3
of the fence, makes the fence, seem bigger and more private.
I like how this wall takes the focus off the fence
raised planter along fence, good width. Add lighting, varied height, bench, fire channel, water feature.
for along the back fence. a row of gravel /w planters
Intresting walk and fence
How wide is this breezeway?
Outside fence...wood fencing
“intersting use of non-organic area.” — topazi
Fivedot Design Build
4 Reviews
The Beatbox
Ideabooks4,390
Questions4
Tucked behind the owner’s traditional bungalow, this modern room provides a retreat from the house and activates the outdoor space between the two buildings. The project houses a small home office as well as an area for watching TV and sitting by the fireplace. In the summer, both doors open to take advantage
Where can you get this door? How much does it cost? Thanks!
Could you please tell me how wide this slider is and who makes it? Thanks!
I like the feel of this. I also like the fence for privacy
considerably less than a comparable French door. It has to do with operation and mechanisms. Simply put, the sliding glass door is easier to engineer and build and has fewer moving parts. So a sliding glass door can be had for as little as $500.
“Overhang for outdoor shade” — kalojohn
modern house architects
4 Reviews
Pool Terrace
Ideabooks5,816
Questions6
Love the steps in the grass ! How do you keep the water from the slope from going into the pool ? Thank you
How did you design the landscaping to divert water from the pool?
How slop steps are mirrored by pool steps
I REALLY like this-- with the grass surrounding the concrete, but still looks modern with the steps/ fence/ dark wok deck, etc.
Great update of Midmodern 1950's building.
I wonder if we can dig down (2 steps) a bit (to walk down) to the pool. ?? Then put flag stone at the bottom... then build the pool level to the patio and have the base of the pool as stone
“BRILLIANT way to keep BOTH slope in garden AND have stairs. Wish had seen this before I made my gar” — Judy Nini
Sullivan Design Studio
8 Reviews
Modern classic
Ideabooks29,831
Questions10
What are the tree box lined with? What type of trees are in the boxes and how tall will they get?Thank you.
What type of wood did you use and how did you create drainage for the bamboo?
Love the bench - can you tell me how deep the bench is made?
Build bench as seating on one side of the patio table for eating!
Good use of corners in built in seating by building in end table space.
i like how it is enclosed with a planter for privacy
Built-ins can also take it a few steps further and build them out for more cushy lounging.
“seating” — ebby24
Molly Wood Garden Design
2 Reviews
fresh and clean
Ideabooks13,572
Questions12
how much did it cost to do this?
What kind of trees are planted on the left along the fence?
How small is this pool. Length and width?
How much does this cost I love it
I LOVE this pool. Can you give me a ballpark estimate of how much it would cost? Thank you.
white horizontal fence broken by colorful towels and greenery.
“bench seating” — Mervin
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks4,057
Questions11
stated that the Building is an “L” shape, over all 27’-4” wide & 23’-4” deep. I have looked at all the photos and I don't see an L shape. Also on another photo the enclosed space is listed as 15by 28. May I please ask you to clarify. I would really appreciate it as I hope to build something similar
would be so kind as to answer my last question ( I hope) On one photo I read that the s Patio is 14’ deeps 14’-9” wide . It also stated that the Building is an “L” shape, over all 27’-4” wide & 23’-4” deep. I have looked at all the photos and I don't see an L shape. Also on another photo the enclosed
Hello, the side of the building shows the gutter going back towards the woods, that is the mechanical area for the pool equipment. That back room is only as wide as the front glass/ door area, making the plan and "L" shape. The whole front façade is 28" long. The porch dimensions
“Siding” — heaphys
Traditional Exterior
Ideabooks5,879
Questions7
Hello, I am building a home in Bartlett, IL and I love the stucco on this home. However, everyone I talk to says that it is a nightmare in the midwest. Is this Parex better
have any idea how they tied the surround in ?? Thanks!
This house is amazing. I am currently building a stucco home and want cast stone window surrounds. Everyone around my area says because of the weight of the cast stone it can not be done with stucco/dryvit . Do you have any idea how they tied the
This house is amazing. I am currently building a stucco home and want cast stone window surrounds. Everyone around my area says because of the weight of the cast stone it can not be done with stucco/dryvit . Do you have any idea how they tied the surround in ?? Thanks!
“Color of stucco” — jthuang
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