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Flagg Coastal Homes
5 Reviews
Irish Sea Front Porch
Ideabooks3,582
Questions2
Light fixtures
External lighting for verandah
furniture, siding, light fixture
Porch lights and cushion colors
patio sit...Patio furniture...for porch light...Porch lights...white patio...Outside patio ideas
“١” — nanadecor
Modern Group
Cline Residence
Ideabooks5,183
Questions4
Where can the light fixtures be purchased?
We are building, and LOVE these lights! Where are they from?
LOVE!! THE SIMPLICITY YET COMPLICATED OF PATIO
I like this stain concrete pattern for the patio, big square with little square,
lighting at exterior entrance
Outside - Patio area
Lighting, beams, planters, door
Cement post base & lights
light fixtures...lighting, materials...Wall light8...Patio concrete...Porch lights...outdoor lighting
“Outside - Patio area” — char0117
Dumican Mosey Architects
Outdoor Dining
Ideabooks9,802
Questions18
Help! About to pour a patio and pavers. Would love to get something about this color. Can you tell us appx what the formula was?
A light acid-wash finish or light sandblast finish provides enough slip resistance for the wet environment. You will want to do a sample of both/either
pool deck, white concrete with white sand, light acid etch
A light acid-wash finish or light sandblast finish provides enough slip resistance for the wet environment.
“cover the patio with curtains” — 75frenchstreet
Christian Gladu Design
7 Reviews
incredibly green home of chevy chase
Ideabooks6,698
Questions15
5'0" patio door, ideally gliding...just curious what size each half of the door is..thanks!
What brand are the lights in the
slider out the that has windows on the sides that open for ventilation. I have a 90.5" opening to the patio
We make Contemporary Stained Glass Lighting and Art and we make similar lighting called the Rachel. We customize size and color; visit our website at http://www.lightinart.com/ to
Nice. Can't tell if the walls are peach. Possibly light brown or beige would be better.
“sliding doors” — cbolling04
Charles Cunniffe Architects Aspen
3 Reviews
Independence Retreat
Ideabooks9,923
Questions9
Who makes the lights that shine light downward attached to stone columns?
Lights on exterior columns
back living area and lots of light into the house
Like stone pillars, lower patio, windows
Covered patio with large entertainment deck above
Ah deck, lighting and stairs
patio up stairs...Down lights...two tier patio...Patio ideas...covered patio...landscape lighting...outdoor lighting
“Modern look with rustic touches - roof lines reach to the sky. Open living on lower level - walls op” — petrastjohn
Drawing Dept
8 Reviews
Belfast Residence
Ideabooks1,393
Questions2
Up light on Japanese maple in rocks
matching rook wall and patio floor
Zen Like - Simple Tree + Light
patio maybe convert part of
Stone wall and lights
Patio interno....enclosed patio...Patio interior...Patio furniture...Tree lighting...patio chairs...outdoor lighting...tree lighting
“Courtyard” — bluesaddle
Lake Country Builders
8 Reviews
Lake Country Builders
Ideabooks7,801
Questions3
view of the water. I bet the lights make it gorgeous at night
Ceiling and lighting
alternate fans and hanging lights
OUTDOOR PATIO...fan and lights...Covered patio...covered patio
“Veranda” — dkellaway
Burns and Beyerl Architects
4 Reviews
Copper Bay House
Ideabooks7,654
Questions3
advantage of perception,” he says. “They conceal the view but let light and breezes pass through. They’re less oppressive than an actual fence.”
Trellises instead of fences. Lets light and breezes through but covers up eye sores.
Unsightly_View: “Trellises give you the advantage of perception,” he says. “They conceal the view but let light and breezes pass through. They’re less oppressive
“They conceal the view but let light and breezes pass through. They’re less oppressive than an actual fence.”
Trellises give you the advantage of perception,” he says. “They conceal the view but let light and breezes pass through. They’re
notorious network of wires running through the city’s alleys. “Trellises give you the advantage of perception,” he says. “They conceal the view but let light and breezes pass through. They’re less oppressive than an actual fence.”
“Elevated area” — quadank
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