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Troxel Custom Homes
13 Reviews
Country Estate
Ideabooks5
Questions0
four season porch
“madter vanity” — ahabib42002
Goforth Gill Architects
3 Reviews
Laurelhurst Bathroon
Ideabooks37,358
Questions22
Four season porches
Four season porch ideas
“Shelf on top” — abrandt80
R Designs by Jane Reece
5 Reviews
Four Season's Residence
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At the Four Seasons Residence in Austin, R Designs transformed this otherwise bland high-rise condo into a slick and bold space using multiple wall-coverings, ceiling coverings (leather, suede, fabric and paper), custom Italian furnishings and unique custom lighting.
Four Season's Residence
“Black sink top” — bourdas
Henderson Design Group
1 Review
Four Seasons Vacation Home
Ideabooks16,948
Questions8
Henderson Design Group Four Seasons Vacation Home Love the pops of turquoise.
Four Seasons Vacation Home
“Color” — kelsie626
Colin Cadle Photography
2 Reviews
Marwell Cross Gardens
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Questions0
practical side to everything. It’s not ornate. It’s not overdecorated.” Indeed, most of the people who built farmhouses were interested only in providing four walls and a roof over their head. They didn’t have the time, interest or cash to focus on ornament or details in the wood or construction, so they just
practical side to everything. It’s not ornate. It’s not overdecorated.” Indeed, most of the people who built farmhouses were interested only in providing four walls and a roof over their head. They didn’t have the time, interest or cash to focus on ornament or details in the wood or construction, so they just
accessories. “To me a farmhouse is kind of the simplest early house built for practical reasons,” says interior designer Alison Kandler. “You built a porch because sitting outside in Oklahoma was hot. You picked hexagon tile because it was cheap and practical. You built a pitched roof so rain would fall
“wood” — lisamking
Streeter & Associates, Inc.
Organic Modern
Ideabooks2,613
Questions7
and book display areas overlooking the great room fireplace. A custom 12-foot folding door seamlessly integrates the eat-in kitchen with the three-season porch and deck for dining options galore. What could be better for year-round entertaining of family and friends? Call today to schedule an informational
cheap but it certainly looks like it's worth the money. Very cool. This needs to be the fireplace surround. Now, how high do I take it? Ceiling, four - six feet?
“Tile” — misspeck1
Giambastiani Design
Baths
Ideabooks6,137
Questions2
Coat and off season storage - hallway. But no glass doors
closets for screen porch
Seasonal storage
“Closet- spare room next to master” — jessicahgaspard
Maui Architectural Group Inc
Polynesian-Balinesian
Ideabooks1,668
Questions4
Shades for 3 season porch
Our porch
“ALL!!” — Cynthia Beckwith-Conran
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