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39 rain shower Eclectic Porch Design Photos
Chapman Design Group, Inc.
"Three Birds... One Stone"
Those are called rain chains and we have a decent selection of them here: http://www.serenityhealth.com/rain_chains.html Hope this helps :)
rain chain...Rain chain...Japanese rain chain...Rain gutter...Rain spout...Rain chain....rain chime...rain catch...dark rain chain
BARRETT STUDIO architects
Artists' Home & Studios
gutter with rain chain, could work on the shed. the awning itself, of course is interesting in its own context but only there.
great use of corrugated metal, rain chain and seamless design
rain chain... raw metal
Extended gutter with rain chain
Gutter and rain chain
Rain chain...rust and rain chain...Copper Rain Chain
Raymoor Road Project Front Porch
thought it was Ipe. Can you please tell me why you chose tongue and groove instead the plastic spacers? It looks like this porch will potentially get rain, and I thought you couldn't use tongue and groove if that was the case.
Tongue and groove gives more of a old porch feel and less of a deck feel. If it will get rain you have to make sure the porch has a pitch to it for the water to run off. I believe if its covered the tongue and groove is ok, if its a open porch
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Atlantic Archives, Inc.
Atlantic Archives Images
LIke the wide screen panels. And the porch is deep enough to sit on when it rains.
nice, like roof extending off porch to block rain
DECORATING DEN INT. SHELLEY RODNER C.I.D.
lights up high, out of water/rain's way
Gibson Gimpel Interior Design
rain 'cups' chain
Penza Bailey Architects
Gym / Office / Guest Suites
the pool, and serves as a transition between the gymnasium and the pool. Other features of the addition include an indoor fi tness pool, changing & shower rooms, a masculine offi ce and lounge, and two complete guest suites. The project utilizes several “green” features, including ground source heating