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Kirkpatrick Architects
31st Street Residence
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below can be an effective way to keep water from building up and running into the house
I love how close this feels, two entirely different areas
A gravel bed with a drainage channel below can be an effective way to keep water from building up and running into the house. And while you're at it, make sure that the patio has a slight pitch, even if it's only ⅛ inch per foot, away from
transition strip between inside and out will likely do the trick. A gravel bed with a drainage channel below can be an effective way to keep water from building up and running into the house. And while you're at it, make sure that the patio has a slight pitch, even if it's only ⅛ inch per foot, away from
transition strip between inside and out will likely do the trick. A gravel bed with a drainage channel below can be an effective way to keep water from building up and running into the house. And while you're at it, make sure that the patio has a slight pitch, even if it's only ⅛ inch per foot, away from
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Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Sitting area in my garden.
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with a diamond blade. Be advised that the application of a good concrete sealer will increase its longevity outdoors. Concrete board is useful for building privacy screens and small non-load-bearing walls. A simple frame of outdoor-grade lumber can be clad with this material, creating a unique and beautiful
with a diamond blade. Be advised that the application of a good concrete sealer will increase its longevity outdoors.Concrete board is useful for building privacy screens and small non-load-bearing walls. A simple frame of outdoor-grade lumber can be clad with this material, creating a unique and beautiful
d into attractive collages. Get the kids to pick their three best works and hang them on the garden wall, fence or a nearby tree. It will show them how much you value their creativity and they can be removed at the onset of the next rainstorm.
“red chair” — Lucile Rense
Jeff King & Company
7 Reviews
Garden Shed
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but removing the vines can chip and damage the surface. traditional exterior by Design Focus Int'l Landscape Architecture & Build Design Focus Int'l Landscape Architecture & BuildSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Grow vines on a trellis or support. The best way to avoid damage to your house is by training vines
Ivy cover greening the building and extending the garden
series of trellis over club room not attached to building, see clematis or something on invasive
it becomes part of the garden because of the climber coverage. How do you maintain the walls/woodwor?
of the garden. Fixing trellis or a network of wires to the side of the building allows you to secure the vines properly so they won’t fall off in the wind. Covering walls with greenery also provides thermal insulation for a building.
“White flowers” — donzi18
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Chabre Residence
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what is on top of the kitchen cabinets? How can I do this?
I like what is on top of the kitchen cabinets. It is like a crown molding alternative. How would I go about doing this in my kitchen.
wondering how hard it would be to round off the tile over the hood like this.
They become an extension of the light and glass of the transom windows above. This is the Fucsia 8 Pendant. Karla Rodriguez of HartmanBaldwin Design/Build explains "once it was installed we played with the lengths of the pendants to better mimic a fuller chandelier effect and also to help the eye move
“subtle . . . like the angle” — jsteinberg50
Eran Turgeman - Photographer
Industrial Design
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projects) to build it, both physically and metaphorically. Design your practice to reference your mission statement and build your brand consistently through the projects and clients you work with, and over time your studio will evolve to look like that vision. It’s inevitable.More:How to Start Your
will to make it work, you’ll be surprised by just how resourceful you are in finding a place to get it done.This brings us back around to our discussions about branding. Decide what it is that makes your practice different, special and unique, and build your studio around that. We all have a vision of
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“art” — weaver7614
Timothy F. White
3 Reviews
Morris
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How did you rust you tin?
with bugs and wood you just never know. If you have time you might consider building a full size mock-up of say a 4' wide and perhaps 6-8' tall with a bit of roof on top and observe it for the next 6-12 months and see how it holds up. Look for a company within 100-200 miles of your location and get
Hi Timothy, I was wondering how I would get a hold of some reclaimed wood like that? Where is the best place to look?
not sure how it's laid out tho
Cool house with rusty roof. Looks like Mining building
“roof” — bellesmommy75
CG&S Design-Build
10 Reviews
Attic Conversion to Bedroom
Ideabooks3,692
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How is this made and what type of professional can do this?
space, insulation, laying out the plan, and cutting in the stair were all challenges to be overcome in this particular project. You can get a sense of how the eyebrow was cut in from the attached photos:
Like how they allocated the trim colors. The two orange areas are just enough and contrast nicely with the green I also like the stone exterior.
LOVE THE extreme pitch and how to integrate in into contemporary home
“dormer” — isaacpierce
Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Kellogg Road Residence
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Interior Design by Martha O'Hara Interiors; Build by REFINED, LLC; Photography by Troy Thies Photography; Styling by Shannon Gale
I am building a living room addition with 9ft ceilings and 15x19 sq ft. What would you suggest for coffered depth?
Hi , I live in Croatia ,Europe and build fireplaces Can you see my web.site : www.decarina-kamini.com Thanks
How wide is the wall that the fire place is on? It appears wider than 9'.
love how most of the room is neutral grey and white and then there is one chair & a few pillows with a pop of color; would like to emulate
Sure would like to learn how to mix up colours and furniture. Need confidence.
I just love how the hot pink moves around the room.
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