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Cablik Enterprises
2 Reviews
Overbrook Resdence Outdoor Room
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corner to low and high (as we can see by the orientation of the seats, there is also a view in the other direction). The low portion by the guardrail frames the trunks and the low branches, while the opening above gives glimpses of the sky and the trees' canopies. The contrast with the orange is an overt
corner to low and high (as we can see by the orientation of the seats, there is also a view in the other direction). The low portion by the guardrail frames the trunks and the low branches, while the opening above gives glimpses of the sky and the trees' canopies. The contrast with the orange is an overt
“chair shape” — cmossiii
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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Genesis Architecture, LLC.
3 Reviews
Christensen Remodeling
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Frank Loyd Wright low roof style may come in handy for preserving lake views from other parts of the U shaped court yard.
long and low home is accented perfectly by a long and low privacy fence. The lines work together instead of competing, allowing the house to fit snugly into its surroundings.
long and low facade, or elevation, of this 1956 Usonian-inspired house. A mixture of stone and wood feels informal and inviting, and the house stretches from one side to the other freely. However, the flat roof did not translate to the ranch style that developed in California.
“privacy fence” — webuser_278241
Conard Romano Architects
3 Reviews
Conard Romano Architects
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nestled low into the rocky site, and surrounded by large fir and pine trees. The home’s new main room was built adjacent to an ancient wind shaped pine, which becomes the focal point of the connection between indoors and outdoors. This main room features fir ceilings and a twenty-foot long bay window
Upgrading to low-U-value, low-E windows can save you up to 25 percent of your heating bill, according to the DOE. If new windows are not in the cards, you can still improve efficiency by covering single-pane windows with storm windows in winter and white shades in summer to reflect heat away from the home.
(perfect for Lowe's french stand alone door panels)
Upgrading to low-U-value, low-E windows can save you up to 25 percent of your heating bill, according to the DOE. If new windows are not in the cards, you can still improve efficiency by covering single-pane windows with storm windows in winter and white shades in summer to reflect heat away from the home.8
“Cape” — sdvarrelman
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
29th Windows
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open so low? Is there a venting or circulation advantage?
Low awning window could be changed to high over the pool area
and the low awning windows allow for breezes to come up and in, increasing ventilation. The window layout also allows for an unobstructed view.
The air that's lower to the ground is going to be cooler. So having some awning windows down low that can capture this air will keep the house interior
is kept low in the wall. This setup allows for expansive, unobstructed views to the outside while making sure that it's possible to get fresh air into the room.Cost. Awning windows will be much the same price point as casement windows. Depending on size, features and materials, expect to pay about $300
“Eave overhang” — Felicia Brady
KuDa Photography
1 Review
Living room
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the Zee Zee plant, or the ZZ plant, zamioculcas zamiifolia, is an exotic yet easygoing houseplant that is forgiving if you forget to water it, can survive in low light and rarely
tolerate low light as a houseplant, but don't place it in a windowless room and expect it to thrive. Tolerance of low lighting indoors doesn't mean that this is the best growing condition.
stand in a low planter.Despite its drought-tolerant nature, the Zee Zee plant will be healthiest with regular watering, interspersed by periods in which the soil is allowed to dry out. Overwatering is the one way to destroy it; erring on the side of dryness is preferable to risking tuber rot. Never allow
“accents” — taviaforbes
Powell/Kleinschmidt, Inc.
mies apartment
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Low seating doesn't interfere with the view
low daybed in front of windows
does the lower panel make the room more horizonala nd is that the look you want with low ceilings
daybed's low profile keeps spectacular views of Lake Michigan open. This apartment is in one of Mies's iconic Lake Shore Drive apartment buildings in Chicago.
“Furniture” — tmsz
Evon Kirkland Interiors
Columbia Home
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tolerant of low-light conditions. Varieties with thick grayish leaves prefer bright light, while those with thin green leaves prefer lower light. The common houseplant varieties, Nidularium, Vrieseas and Guzmania, are native to the vast canopies of tropical rain forests and are able to survive in low-light
levels are low to medium. Not all bromeliads grow well indoors, though many do. Beginners are advised to start with a mature and tolerant variety that is just beginning to bloom. After gaining experience, consider more difficult varieties and start propagating your own plants. Propagation: Once blooming
tolerant of low-light conditions. Varieties with thick grayish leaves prefer bright light, while those with thin green leaves prefer lower light. The common houseplant varieties, Nidularium, Vrieseas and Guzmania, are native to the vast canopies of tropical rain forests and are able to survive in low-light
“fountain” — sptackett
kimberly peck architect
greenwich village loft living room
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I like the idea of the long/low shelf that would extend beyond the fireplace.
chaise with low table for tv
Like the low wood tv but make it rustic
Low tv stand is dope
table and low side table
Low shelf...Low media centre...Low TV Stand...Long low table unit...low coffee table...low shelf
“C table” — jwalters74
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