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Josh Wynne Construction
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Idea to build up on garage
an attractive exterior staircase to save space on the interior and allow for more bulky items to be carried up.
Stairs on right side going up
Trim mid-way up garage to break monotony
Gradual step up to flower boxes.
Boxed up garden planters
“Raised garden” — mikulakd
Dave Adams Photography
4 Reviews
Garden House
Ideabooks1,586
Questions3
Grow creeping fig to break up wall?
Ivy growing up the wall
Growing up the house
wisteria, to honeysuckle and clematis, there are heaps of plants that will romp up your house’s walls and bring colour and even fragrance to your front facade. Some need trellis to grow through, while others are happy to climb up the brickwork.
“Copper pipes, vines, stone” — riderhome
Blue Forest UK Ltd
Blue Forest Tree House
Ideabooks33,583
Questions3
Comparing with natural thatch, artificial thatch is long life span up to 20 years. It is highly authentic and free from maintenance and woodwarm. It is new technical decorative construction material. eileen@gracethatch.com
4. A tree house in GreeceGrowing up in East Africa, Simon Payne always felt an attachment to the great outdoors and, in particular, tree houses. After a daytrip to Athens, Greece, he soon
A tree house in GreeceGrowing up in East Africa, Simon Payne always felt an attachment to the great outdoors and, in particular, tree houses. After a daytrip to Athens, Greece, he soon
“Can I come in? PUHLEEZE?!” — fidelisadmortem
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Louise Lakier
1 Review
The Salsa House
Ideabooks3,201
Questions4
parents fell so hard for their daughter and her partner's Pacific Northwest property that they built their own guesthouse, leaving the design details up to the property owners. The result is a creative, colorful and comfortable home.
6. Small, Vivid Island Home in WashingtonAffectionately called the Salsa House for the salsa made on the property, this bold-colored home lives up to its lively nickname. Salvaged materials from around the neighborhood give the interior character, while the vivid exterior speaks for itself.
parents fell so hard for their daughter and her partner's Pacific Northwest property that they built their own guesthouse, leaving the design details up to the property owners. The result is a creative, colorful and comfortable home.
“large porch, small house” — dianegentry
Goldberg Design Group, Inc.
12 Reviews
Stephen B. Goldberg, Goldberg Design Group, Inc.
Ideabooks2,274
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Like this back yard set up
MOVE THE POOL UP MORE IN BETWEEN THE WINGS AND EXTEND THE WINGS
garden right up to the coping
Set up
“rocks” — mhash001
Becky Harris
Oak Bluffs
Ideabooks392
Questions0
With the intricate trim on this porch, the message seems to be "more is more." As I'm a flag maximalist, my preference would be to pump up the size of the flags on the pillars and line the entire balcony with fans.
Close up Victorian
“Fretwork” — Kathryn W. Brown - ProSource Spokane
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
My Houzz: 1891 Queen Anne Home with a View
Ideabooks589
Questions3
The front enclosed area is a 7' by 5' 6'' . As you go up the stairs into that " mud room " you can go straight inside the house or by a door on the right side ,to the open porch ( 16' by 13' ) . I did built that porch around a flowering tree that
Like many homes in Astoria, Bourgouin and McCormack's Queen Anne–style home perches on a sloped hill while nestling up to the base of yet another hill, affording them a theater-seating view toward the majestic Columbia River."Astoria was always a working town. Being on the river, it was a fish-processing
“striped” — Laura Wear
Shannon Malone
Exterior
Ideabooks3,244
Questions2
a parking lot surrounded by cement and gravel which is slowing dueling because there is not adequate ground exposed for the tree to be able to suck up water when it rains. If the tree cannot get adequate rainwater then you must be religious about watering it yourself. Also if any of the major roots
creativity and ingenuity, he managed to integrate the tree into the design and build around it. Although it is a spectacular sight, Marc says, "It did break up the house. It would have had more open flow without the tree."
“trees” — gypsyroses
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