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Nalle Custom Homes
3 Reviews
Outdoor built in grill design
outdoor bbq...outdoor grill...limited space design...BBQ Basic Design...Outdoor grill space...Outdoor lighting...outdoor barbeque
“the way it sits up against the house - really simple” — Aspen Property Management & Construction, Inc.
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The Landmark Group
1 Review
Whole Nine Yards
We are currently designing an area at our home very similar to this layout. I would greatly appreciate
I like the outdoors space but I hate
Outdoor area...Outdoor seating...cool outdoors...Outdoor feel
Glancey Rockwell & Associates
Plateau Residence
techniques. Simple geometric forms were manipulated to create protected outdoor spaces and framed views. Concrete walls anchor the home both structurally
New home designed for a young family who desired to stay true to "modernism" without compromising meeting the needs of family. True to moderns philosophy
Two-toned patio (pavers/poured?) to visually separate outdoor entry court from outdoor living and dining areas! Shade structure/trellis (metal?)
“concrete paito” — garyschroeder
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
South End Courtyard
This is a pretty complex, custom-designed system that includes steel posts, pressure treated framing, and all stainless steel hardware, etc. The wood
strong and well able to withstand the elements, this beautiful indoor-outdoor option combines a powder-coated die-cast aluminum seat and back with tubular
Space-saving DetailsEvery square foot of outdoor space is accounted for. Cunningham avoided wasted space by selecting a sliding barn-style gate rather
view — eliminating visual clutter.He embraced the firewood storage as a design feature by leaving the stack exposed. A salvaged granite pier forms the
“More trellis ideas” — himpy1
Tate Studio Architects
3 Reviews
Sefcovic Residence
hi I like your design please if I send the map of my house u can give me some ideas thanks a lot
It is a stone material local to Arizona so we use it often on our desert designs. The stone is installed in a "dry stacked" manner to enhance the depth
thick fascia, rock pillar. It solve's some problems with existing design. Also, like mix of flat and slopping
concrete aggregate floor changes only in texture, with a washed exposed finish outdoors. The overhangs provide shade starting at around 3 p.m. in the summer, creating
creating a microclimate on the patio that allows the couple to enjoy the outdoors during the hottest months. The sheer descent at the edge of the pool keeps
“Patio” — Rodrigo Troyo González
Chantel Elshout Design Consultancy
21 Reviews
Clapham Family Home
Hi, yes the shed was a bespoke design and built by the hard landscapers. You can enquire with local joiners to build something bespoke.
Real simple shed design in the teardrop with
outdoor color combination turquoise with lime grewn and fray
Chantel designed the garden space to reflect the rest of the house, mixing greys, natural wood and splashes of strong colour. Using built-in seating, smart
every available inch. Rather than installing an off-the-peg shed, Chantel designed a stylish, made-to-measure one to house the couple’s bikes and garden equipment
The brilliant use of outdoor space
“Storage” — ahoughton
Martin Kobus Home
5 Reviews
Total indoor / outdoor resort living in the desert! george guttenberg photography
I'm in the early stages of building an outdoor room and pool. This limestone is fantastic looking.
problem have you had and what methods have you used to combat it? LOVE your design!!!!!!
thanks! Actually we designed the house, just had an architect draw up our plans...
“wow” — giumilitano
CWB Architects
Yard & Rear Facade
Park Slope, Brooklyn. This house seems of the similar size. We loved the design and the decoration.
The design was so humble and warm in my opinion, really nice :) I just wondering How sqm
Hello, would you happen to know manufacturer of outdoor sconces? Thanks!
garden was the first important design move Brendan knew he needed to make, and much of the design grew from this large first design decision. The bottom two
small compared to suburban yards, but most NYC residents don't have any outdoor space, save a stoop or bit of fire escape. And what better way to segue
you will use each room and pay attention to the flow between indoor and outdoor spaces. Similarly, don't focus so much on the house itself that you forget
“steps to different levels” — Jennifer Barthel
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