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McKay Landscape Lighting
11 Reviews
Landscape Lighting: Lake House 2
Ideabooks6,030
Questions1
Landscape Lighting: Lake House 2
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house view...Oh my god...Whole house...nice house...patio and house...Backyard house
“Firepit” — dancegina
Hart Associates Architects, Inc.
Brookdale Gardens
Ideabooks4,492
Questions8
Beautiful house. Any tips on how to curve wood shingles that you have on the bottom of the front gable?
What do the windows look like on the inside? I am thinking of replacement windows for a traditional house. I currently have dark wood trim, double hung windows.
double pane insulating glass - with "adhered" muntins on both sides - what they call SDL. Marvin does the best job of making diagonal pane windows in my opinion.
sunroom on front of house - latice on top of windows
“a lot of window designs are paned on top and clear on the bottom half might be a good look for us” — cathgutch
Thiel Architecture + Design
Westport Farmhouse for the Modern Traditionalist
Ideabooks2,630
Questions6
Hi. Love the house. Is gravel a good sub for mulch?
I am considering a similar gooseneck, black with G15 arm, but cannot decided between a 12" and 14" shade, for placement on either side of my one car (barn door) garage. Thanks!
Do you happen to recall the diameter shade you used for the gooseneck barn lights? I am planning to place two beside my single garage door, and am debating between the 12" and 14" diameter. Thanks.
I love the house and trim being the same color.
“benjamin moore white benjamin moore stain white” — dfoxart
Warmington & North
1 Review
Warmington North
Ideabooks2,786
Questions1
what is the slope of the roof on this house ?
What color is the metal roof? We are building a lake house with a cedar exterior and need to decide on bronze or black
Roof overhangs can be all sizes, and they need not be purely utilitarian. This one, on another Pacific Northwest house, provides all the benefits of passive cooling and weather protection, but it's the drama of the overhang that may matter most. This house would
Level of the sealing inside the house matches the level on the outside
purely utilitarian. This one, on another Pacific Northwest house, provides all the benefits of passive cooling and weather protection, but it's the drama of the overhang that may matter most. This house would be aesthetically naked without this roof.
“Roof overhang” — dorisbergum
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks2,752
Questions3
i really liked this pic and would like to have more details of the interirrs as well as exterior i am in india planing to build a new house and would like my house to be on similar lines if you could help me out
We have more pictures of this house on our website
I won`t mind having a mansion type like this, with lustful gardens, and a Goddess, grand swimming pool for my children, says Tehani Alensub Sasaki.
“Simple grass and pavers” — psf911
Wheat's Landscape
Summer's Garden
Ideabooks3,991
Questions5
Could you please email me the color of stucco, roof and trim. I am new and not sure where to ask my questions and if I need to supply my email. I am a little confused could someone please advise me.
the bed n storage space together with homework table. perfect for my daughter.
House colors and yard
Colors for our house
english country house
House colors and garden
The house. Looks quaint!
Front of house?...Summer house...house colors...Outside of house...Love this house
“Color for #5” — kathynau5
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Menlo Oaks Residence
Ideabooks10,458
Questions7
I love the wood "siding-(not sure if that's the correct term)" on this house. Can you tell me what type of wood this is. Would this be good for Florida? Does this wood fade at all? Thank you so much!
I have 31 feet from my porch to the curb. I'm trying to figure out how many slabs will look good! Thank you :-)
Sorry meant square feet in reference to my question
The exterior is interesting. Should I paint an accent piece of the house?
love the vibe of this house
This house in Menlo Park, near San Francisco, is another example of relating the design to the landscape, this time by embracing it. A mature tree in the front of the house was not only preserved, but was made the focus of the U-shape plan.
“just like that its more horizontal than vertical, i guess” — Ilze Spigule-Buijtenweg
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
18 Reviews
Mediterranean Splendor
Ideabooks507
Questions1
houses like this make me change my mind about one level homes, very nice
Articulate the pieces of a large house.
This large home is broken into distinct pieces, each with its own roof, to give it a less overwhelming scale or presence. The materials, colors and proportions tie the different sections together. Both the color and shape of the house also tie it into the surrounding
Oh my gosh! Awesome! ...though complete dream!
Articulate the pieces of a large house. This large home is broken into distinct pieces, each with its own roof, to give it a less overwhelming scale or presence. The materials, colors and proportions
presence. The materials, colors and proportions tie the different sections together. Both the color and shape of the house also tie it into the house.
“houses like this make me change my mind about one level homes, very nice” — byzantinon
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