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Christopher Developments
5 Reviews
Anya Lane
Ideabooks4,611
Questions6
Low maintenance landscaping
Low roof line
“Garage door” — deeryard
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
Rollingwood Estate
Ideabooks11,022
Questions7
Interesting low walls around edge for plants, books etc - eliminates need for end tables
low brick wall
“Green sunroom” — mirsaada
Swaback Partners, pllc
3 Reviews
Architect: Jon C Bernhard
Ideabooks9,046
Questions5
Like the minimal design, but no low furniture.
low profile
“Pretty” — Brian McCarthy
James D. LaRue Architects
13 Reviews
Blanco House
Ideabooks12,932
Questions4
Great design of pool and landscaping
Low stone blocks for beams, fire place for Erik, designated living & dinning area
modern low sloped
“lines off the roof/layered look if we choose to go with a second cover for over the living room wind” — elideg
Incorporated
Gallery Loft
Ideabooks51,202
Questions10
Capture square footage for optimal use. A hidden wedge of land gets a major upgrade into an elegant sunken room, thanks to the low stucco wall that defines its edge, and the freestanding stucco fireplace at its center. The height of the fireplace is similar to the height of an indoor
low walls
“Modern” — Dillon Tuttle
Sienna Blanca Design, Inc.
New Construction
Ideabooks9,333
Questions10
Low profile front fence with lights
low wall and gate
“like windows and flat arches” — saeedabtahi
Urban Design Associates
5 Reviews
Modern Post and Beam
Ideabooks726
Questions2
defined outdoor space. low maintenance
Outdoor low maintainer
“Stone built up along the sides” — joannehunt385
Alderson Construction
1 Review
Master shower
Ideabooks23,756
Questions17
Architect: Charlie Barnett Associates Interior Design: Tucker and Marks Design Landscape Design: Suzman & Cole Design Associates Photography: Mathew Millman Photography
fresh air and a fan. You can also take shorter showers to help reduce mold and mildew, since less moisture will need to be removed. Tip: If you have low ceilings or a steam shower, avoid placing a fan inside the shower. You do not want the steam vapor using the ductwork of the fan as a chimney.
“Master shower” — vidaryascoli
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