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Louise Lakier
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My Houzz: Living at the Sou'wester Inn
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immediately inspired her and Corya. The property is a five-minute walk from the ocean. "There are rolling dunes as far as the eye can see, covered in long golden
“Vacation spot?” — fortneck
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Kuhlhaus 01
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speculative house opens itself on the second and third floors toward the Pacific Ocean. Nevertheless, the design is quite urban, responding to its immediate context
“Pequeño e interesante!” — Marco Ara
Modern Family Room
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For some, peace and solitude can be found with amazing views of the ocean, coupled with a cutting edge, flat screen television. Imagine sitting here,
“curved beams are striking” — dougnori
Becky Harris
windowboxes
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switches them out all the time. Did I mention that Branford is a really funky ocean town outside of New Haven? It's a blast to explore!
“The painting hung outside” — Julie carroll
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Aptos
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round the corner, you see the bocce ball court in the foreground and the ocean beyond. There is also an outdoor kitchen that includes a pizza oven.
“lounge chair” — topkapitan
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
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Aptos
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The site engages all of the senses. "The ocean and sky are always part of the experience no matter where you are on the site," Thueme says. "The flowing
“concrete fountain” — ttalpe
Gerstner
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apt Kaz
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office feels very separate from the rest of the house, it shares the same ocean view and patio.
“side terrace” — hebaafarouk
Sarah Greenman
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Cayucos, CA: Robert and Phyllis Frank
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second bedroom that doubles as a workspace. French doors lead to a deck with ocean views. A copper octopus named Otto, created by sculptor Ken Freygang of Paso
“Ideas” — riedl1958
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