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Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Ideabooks3,214
Questions2
Isn't a boulder just a big rock? Well, it depends. The difference between a big rock and a boulder is, well, size. A boulder is generally a rock that is at least 10 inches across. It can be smooth or rugged, rounded or somewhat flat, but it's the size that sets it apart. Every geographic area has its
9 Isn't a boulder just a big rock? Well, it depends. The difference between a big rock and a boulder is, well, size. A boulder is generally a rock that is at least 10 inches across. It can be smooth or rugged, rounded or somewhat flat, but it's the size that sets it apart. Every geographic area has its
9) Isn't a boulder just a big rock? Well, it depends. The difference between a big rock and a boulder is, well, size. A boulder is generally a rock that is at least 10 inches across. It can be smooth or rugged, rounded or somewhat flat, but it's the size that sets it apart. Every geographic area has its
“serene” — mirocha
Scott Haig, CKD
4 Reviews
Zenbath
Ideabooks8,302
Questions13
maybe a 10 or 12" step in that can be used to fill in case a bath is preferred.
bathroom has 10' ceiling, 9.5' wide countertop for with two 18" wide under mount sinks. 1) What's the brand/model/dimension of the medicine cabinet? Some of the cabinets are 5" deep and I am concerned that they may stick out too much and block the light bar. The medicine cabinet I had before show rusts
Please don't use Buddha statues to decorate lavatories!!
I wouldn't put any religious symbol in
steel--I don't have the product number, but I think they're called "clip pulls". They are "L" shaped, with the top leg of the "L" behind the door, and the bottow leg of the "L" underneath the door. In the photo above, you can barely see it at the bottom of the opened door. Hafele has an online catalogue
“sinks” — thewalkers1051
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Bathroom
Ideabooks9,442
Questions6
doesn't drain, but simply overflows. It is not attached to the sink so it can easily be moved if it becomes an annoyance. It is more for effect than function, but it is beautiful.
space aren't strictly Japanese, you can approximate the look by paring down. Strip your space to the essentials: Pack away clutter, undress walls, get rid of superfluous furnishings. Arrange what's left in a way that maintains an open, flowing sensibility.
space aren't strictly Japanese, you can approximate the look by paring down. Strip your space to the essentials: Pack away clutter, undress walls, get rid of superfluous furnishings. Arrange what's left in a way that maintains an open, flowing sensibility.
“The garden steps down allowing room for garden. Bamboo fence gives privacy” — be4uty01
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Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Kitchen
Ideabooks11,179
Questions13
they don't bump the metal corners? My new kitchen has this problem because hinges open just past 90 degrees. I'm wondering if you've prevented this from happening. I have new IKEA Adel kitchen. Thank you.
I don't know the color of the paint. It was selected by Jill Pilaroscia of ColourStudio.
but can't find anyone in the Phila area that installs it.
“Over sized bar pull” — mrs_buda
Ami Saunders, MLA
5 Reviews
Wang Residence
Ideabooks46,148
Questions6
methods don't work, as a last resort try a UV filter. Aquascape is a good source for solutions, find their homepage online and get references to local pond builders and pond maintenance and supply.
about 10 feet long going into the pond from the top to the bottom. The waterfall is at one end, and there are no "dead spots" in this pond so that the water keeps circulating all the time.
wouldn't have the foggiest notion how to design or build, but wish I could, or could afford.
What don't I like about this photo?
length, won’t reach its full potential, as it would in a 5-foot-deep pond.Fish tend to get sicker in small ponds, because they’re swimming around in water with higher concentrations of their own waste. Deeper ponds mean more water volume and cleaner water. The fish are healthier, making it easier to maintain
“Pond” — Karen Versluis
Douglas R. Schotland Architect
5 Reviews
Luxury Japanese-Inspired ADA (Accessible) Bath
Ideabooks2,671
Questions8
I don't know the price offhand but they can be purchased from Lumens.com. Good luck!
approximately 10'Wx14"L. Hope this helps! Best, Doug
you don't have vision problems the contrasts are really attractive
14 x 10 feet
“14 x 10 feet” — bbbarthol
The Upward Bound House by Elizabeth Bomberger
Ideabooks17,905
Questions16
I don't know how high to bid???help
about 10 years ago in a Chinese Arts Shop. Then, they were not expensive but now they probably cost a lot more. Mine have inlaid mother of pearl birds and cherry blossoms. I would try an Asian Art store online. San Francisco has several places that sell this kind of art. They are gorgeous!
you can't think big about color.
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Quantum Windows & Doors, Inc.
39 Reviews
Quantum Windows & Doors | Lane Williams Architecture
Ideabooks13,845
Questions3
unobstructed 10 foot opening with which the homeowners can experience the outdoors from within. Leading into the dining room are a pair of 4 panel interior sliding doors. Mirroring these same panel specifications are the exterior doors. Here at the home’s main entrance are double Hinged doors inlaid with obscured
filter isn't necessary but they do indeed take a significant amount of water to fill. see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Furo for more. This particular tub was a custom design and it's built like a swimming pool with a filter etc"
filter isn't necessary but they do indeed take a significant amount of water to fill. see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Furo for more. This particular tub was a custom design and it's built like a swimming pool with a filter etc
“Cool” — anmclaughlin
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