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Cynthia Karegeannes, Registered Architect
backyard retreat in town Atlanta
firepit? It's just the perfect size. Thanks
What kind of crushed rock is around the firepit diameter? I like the color too.
believe it is crushed Granite
blue crushed granite the color
i see it!
Spivey Architects, Inc.
Cottage in the Woods
I like this because it's different.
is it me or is this house all garage?
curved, crushed path and drive
i love it
Katz Builders, Inc.
Travis Heights Custom Home
Crushed granite & landscaping
LIKE IT ;)
Loudon County Pool and Spa Designer
New Construction of in ground gunite pools, renovation of existing pools, full retail store, and service on all types of swimming pools.
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
bluestone, crushed stone and river rocks
Mill Valley Classic Cottage
what does it include I mean what details? Regards
turf? It looks too perfect to be real!
color? It looks like an asphalt shingle.
It looks in the picture like there is a darker color paint on the peak above the front door. Is that a darker paint or just shadows from the lighting?
Bluestone. It was a bluestone called ‘Lilac’ and we ordered it in the Random Ashler Pattern. It was 1.5" thick and at the time it cost about $8.50 p.s.f. Here is the link from the website: http://www.bayareabluestone.com The porch flooring was clear cedar 2x4 T&G decking. Proper installation on that is
Yes. It's next to the dining room and powder bath.
Sorry, we don't. The back of the house is really close to a rear lot line and impossible to photograph because of it's proximity to the rear neighbor. We put all of the design emphasis into the front of the house because of this.
Goforth Gill Architects
Phinney residence master bath
how wide it is? Thank you!
Who made the windows? Is it milgard? are they vinyl or fiberglass?
Could you tell me the tile material (is it carrara or thassos marble?) and grout color? Thanks!
think it's plain old satin etch.
O.K. It looks like regular privacy glass, but I thought I read something in the comment thread about it being vinyl, and leaving no residue, so I then thought it might be some sort of product that adhered to existing clear glass.??
It's 6 1/2", 1x6 flat with a 1" backband
vinyl — it's a simple, affordable solution. Apply frosted vinyl to any window in a room that needs both privacy and light. Style tip: Vinyl comes off easily and leaves no residue. Contact paper, with its sticky back, is much harder to remove over time.
to make it complete. The owner, an avid gardener wanted someplace to bring in plants during the winter months. This small addition accomplishes many things in one small footprint. This potting room, just off the dining room, doubles as a mudroom. Design by Meriwether Felt, Photos by Susan Gilmore
bottom it better not rain! Just a couple of questions on the design thought!
Where is the ceiling fan from? I love it!
Love this space...it's very similar to a room I'm currently designing for myself
compliment. It was a wonderful experience creating this room.
Thank you for the compliment. We really enjoyed designing and working on this project. The floor is a marble mosaic from Walker Zanger. It is from their Opus Antic line. It is also laid over low voltage heating for a warm floor during the t
house! Is it possible to receive the floor plan and more pictures of a exterior
I like the front door. Where was it bought
PLEASE tell us the color of the siding and trim. It is lovely.
What is the roof made from? Slate tiles? Also what is on the exterior of the house (walls)? Is it some type of nutec wooden panels then painted over in the respective 'grey colour'? Does this board deal well with weather on outside or is painted plaster
or is it the window vinyl color?
The Front porch looks like the perfect depth, was wondering if you remembered the depth of it?...and is the same on the front and side? Thanks!!
brand). It paints easily, and it lasts a long time, longer than unmaintained stucco but not as long as brick with is pretty maintenance free. It does need to be repainted ever 5-10 years depending on your climate.