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Nina van de Goor's Home - Roof Terrace
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atmosphere. Including indoor furniture, brightly colored linens and a few other bright touches make an ordinary picnic table look like it's ready to entertain
“mur pour côtés ouverts de la terrasse Le Peyroux - sans l'arrondi - clés simples qui pourraient s” — Gisèle Lalonde
Laura Garner
My Houzz: Urban Goes Exotic in a Montreal Artist's Home
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"Cats love to just wander through my house. Often cats will then bring other cats to show them how great it is.”Dumas designed the patio tables out of
“Blue/gray and orange” — dewars
post Architecture
6 Reviews
Riverdale Renovation
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whether in fashion or personality. You’ve never thought twice about what other people think. You’d get bored easily if you weren’t having so much fun all
“Live the hit of colour on the front door!!!” — rae67
Prassas Landscape Studio LLC
7 Reviews
River North Roof Terrace
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and controlled while further away the large blocks of rubeckia, sedum and other perennials are allowed to flow more organically.
“Roof top garden” — ramachi123
Sarah Natsumi Moore
10 Reviews
Eco Artist's House
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oasis.” Would a hatmaker and a musician-artist in Austin, Texas, have it any other way?Full story: My Houzz: Funky Charm for a Live-Work Space in Austin
“H” — giovannie30
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jary ralston
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creates a relaxed and festive mood. The mismatched chairs compliment each other and look like they may represent the different personalities of party guests
“what it could look like with vines growing on the deck” — lorrie526
Amazon
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Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
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attach the fabric firmly to the supports or it may blow away to land on other parts of your garden.
“I can make this one in my back patio.” — anaterr
Urban Oasis
7 Reviews
Garage Conversion
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pool is the main house's backyard. "I wanted the two sites to speak to each other through the linking elements of stone and greenery," she says.The corrugated
“effiency” — jenmeli19
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