Amber Ranzau
Front Porch on Lake of the Isles
Ideabooks7,947
Questions10
This porch features stunning views of the lake and running trails. The furniture in the space is a mix of old and new, and designer furniture and custom made furniture. We used navy blue flooring material on the ceiling to add interest, color and texture. A new Waverton Cambria top sits on an antique Weiman lacquer table base. Mark Ehlen Photography.
“Rn2” — sopacompi
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
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MCM Design
Entry Porch
Ideabooks83
Questions0
The building materials used here were all chosen to cast shadows in the intense clear desert-mountain sun. Vertical lines are created with batts and offset by strong horizontal layering of eave boards and then softened with the texture of shingles, stone and concrete pavers.
“posts and supports” — Redhead-Studios
Mark Teskey Architectural Photography
7 Reviews
Townes Road Home
Ideabooks466
Questions3
(c) 2011 Mark W. Teskey
“Simple” — wole1978
Tracy Dwyer, Parc Monceau
Custom Tables
Ideabooks5
Questions0
Photo Credit: Neil
Anita Diaz for Far Above Rubies
Anita Diaz
Ideabooks1,118
Questions3
“Columns” — Christy Knight
Linda Robinson Design Associates
2 Reviews
Patio
Ideabooks227
Questions0
A new horse property ranch home designed, built, and furnished in the tradition of a very old Arizona homestead combining antique doors, ceiling beams and floors, colored hand plastered walls, adobe construction and a mix of antique and new furnishings to complete an exceptionally warm and elegant home.
“chairs” — Lyn Young Kelly
Dwellings
1 Review
Dwellings
Ideabooks577
Questions1
“Mantel, surround and white cabinet” — agolden323
SKD Architects
7 Reviews
Ferndale Road Home
Ideabooks197
Questions0
Beautiful home on prestigious Ferndale Rd. in Wayzata, MN. Asian-influenced, prairie-style home. Architect: SKD Architects, Steve Kleineman Builder: MS&I Building Company Photographer: Jill Greer Photography Interior Design: Engler Studio
“Rain chains” — Rob Cima
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